School in Thailand Needs EFL Teachers

Date posted:2016-08-07 | Writer: Padoongrasdra School | Email: [email protected]

Use your TEFL skills to teach in Phitsanulok, Thailand. Padoongrasdra School, a K-12 school, is seeking skilled and dedicated teachers for immediate hire. The school is located in the center of Phitsanulok, which is the capital city of the lower northern Thai province.

Here are core duties of the teacher:

•plan and carry out effective lessons

•implement effective methods and approaches to teaching English as a foreign language (and be willing to develop as a teacher)

•create exams and other material they use for evaluating students

•be energetic and creative

Salary and Benefits include:

•30,000 baht/month (Native English Speakers) or 23,000 baht/month (Non-Native Speakers)

•Bonus for performance (up to 11,000 baht/year)

•Bonus for educational qualifications (up to 1,100 baht/month)

•Paid holidays

•8 paid sick/personal business days

•Visa assistance

•3,000 baht paid work permit

•Accident insurance and optional subsidized comprehensive healthcare

•Assistance in finding housing near the campus

Here are some features of the school campus:

•approximately 3,000 students and 165 teachers

•a swimming pool

•courts/areas for basketball, volleyball, badminton, and table tennis

•auditoriums (one with a Smart Board)

•science and computer labs

•Free Wi-Fi around the campus

•televisions in many classrooms

•air conditioned classrooms and offices

•resources for teachers include projectors and amplifiers with microphones

•a supply/stationary store and a coffee shop on campus

•close proximity to apartments, a fitness center, night markets, shopping areas, restaurants, 7 eleven, and tourist attractions


To apply, respond to this advertisement by including an introductory message (cover letter) in your email with relevant documents attached (this includes a c.v./résumé, scans of degrees, and TOEIC/IELTS/TOEFL for non-native speakers).

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


Receptive skills are necessary for learning a new language. I liked the different ways this lesson suggested I should/could teach receptive skills through reading and listening. The ESA lesson helped me understand how to build on an activity that focused on receptive skills. The combination of all the receptive skills allow the students the become fully engaged in the language and lesson.Unit 1 was a good explanation and overview of teaching methods, student levels, and motivations behind English study. I appreciated the emphasis given on the importance of varying teaching styles and adjusting to the students' needs as they arise. I learned to better categorize the levels of my English students, which I feel will help me cater to their personal needs better in the future.