TEFL Job in Chiang Mai, Thailand (2)

Date posted:2017-03-02 | Writer: Dara Academy Chiang Mai | Email: [email protected]

Dara Academy is seeking one Prathom EFL teacher for the upcoming school year. Starting salary is 34,000 Bt. Dara Academy is Chiang Mai and northern Thailand's oldest and one of Thailand's largest and most well known private schools. We are within a five minute walk of the Chiang Mai, Arcade bus station and only a few minutes from the middle of beautiful, historic Chiang Mai City.

Applicants must be native English speaking teachers from the U.K., U.S.A., Canada, Australia and New Zealand and be available to start in May, 2017 for the 2017/2018 school year. Only qualified applicants with a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university will be considered for available positions. Applicants who have a teaching certification, a degree in education, a TESOL/TEFL certificate or prior teaching experience will be considered before those who do not. Starting salary is 34,000 Bt. with a total teaching load consisting of approximately18 - 20 hours per week. Most visa and work permit costs and documents will be arranged and paid for by the school.

A minimum one year commitment is required, but we seek those who wish to remain longer and are committed to teaching.  At Dara Academy, we base our hiring upon teaching qualifications and experience, compatibility with existing teachers and staff, as well as the ability to present themselves professionally and respectfully.


Those who possess the required qualifications and would like to apply, please send us a recent picture in an e-mail to the address given on the job heading, along with a photo/scan of the information page on your passport and an up to date CV/resume.

Dara Academy

196, Kaewnawarat Road

T. Wat Kate

A. Muang

Chiang Mai


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.


This lesson is a bit more difficult as the lesson was read and re-read to determine whether students had several stages in the study stage per se. It was not as clear. I know that every picture has a story and students use their imagination to determine what the picture is telling them..every student has their own take. Was not as sure about when the students utilized their vocabulary.Unit 4 explains in depth the nuances of the different types of present tense in the English language. This unit goes over, simple present, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Most of this is a review but I wasn't aware of present perfect continuous which uses 'have been' to describe activities that are currently happening and likely to continue occurring.