Date posted:2007-04-12 | Writer: British International School, Phuket | Email: [email protected]
British International School, Phuket, for the OrBorJor Programme
Under an agreement with the Phuket Provincial Administration Organization (OrBorJor), BIS, Phuket is now seeking qualified, native-speakers of English to work in local Thai Schools, as part of an English or ESL Programme.
The following vacancies exist:
Â· Secondary School English Programme Coordinator
Â· Programme Secretary
PRIMARY SCHOOL ENGLISH PROGRAMME
Â· Primary class teachers from Kindergarten to Year 4
SECONDARY SCHOOL ENGLISH PROGRAMME
Â· Teachers of English
Â· Teachers of Mathematics
Â· Teachers of Science
Â· The ability to offer, in addition, IT, PE or Art would be considered an advantage.
Â· Teachers of Primary or Secondary ESL.
Applicants must have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree plus a teaching certificate (if the degree is not in education), or an internationally recognized ESL qualification.
The opportunity to work in a programme with back up and support provided by an International School
Generous remuneration package depending on experience (Range between 30, 000 and 35, 000+ Thai Baht/month for teachers and 60, 000 Thai Baht/month for coordinators)
40, 000 THB completion of contract bonus
Two consecutive days off per week
Work permit and visa processed and provided
Basic medical and accident insurance
Thai holidays in addition to annual vacation
Renewable one-year contract
PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE POSITIONS ARE NOT FOR TEACHING AT THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ITSELF BUT IN LOCAL THAI SCHOOLS.
Please email a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae, recent photograph and contact details of 3 referees to: [email protected].
The closing date for applications is Friday, 20 April 2007.
WE REGRET THAT WE CAN ONLY RESPOND TO APPLICANTS WHO MEET ALL THE REQUIREMENTS AND WHO HAVE BEEN SHORTLISTED FOR THE POSITION
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