EFL Teaching Positions in Vietnam

Date posted:2014-10-15 | Writer: Sunrise Vietnam | Email: [email protected]

Sunrise Vietnam has opportunities for foreign teachers coming from English speaking countries, holding bachelor degree plus EFL teaching certificate to teach at primary and high schools in Haiphong, Vietnam. Accommodation arranged, motor-bike supplied. Workload is 20 teaching hours per week following the time table/teaching schedule arranged by Sunrise Vietnam for six days per week. Salary and other benefits will be negotiated at interview.

General Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree or higher.

• Education and training back ground or specialized study of these subjects are preferred.

• CELTA, TEFL, or TESOL certification (TEFL Online accepted).

• Native level speakers of English.

• Teaching experience is preferred

• Love to work with Kids from 6 – 13 years old or up to 18 years old.

• Very enthusiastic, energetic and diligent. Goal-driven. Highly self-motivated & motivate others.

• Expert in presentation and strong capability to influent & inspiring people;

• High teamwork spirit;

• Effective oral & written communications with colleagues & partners;

• Ability to work under pressure & changing environment.

• Teaching Demo video is required for all levels.

To apply:

Contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading with:

• Recent Curriculum Vitae (Resume) in details and a cover-letter.

• Copy of qualifications.

• Copy of passport.

• Recent photo (3x4 or 4x6). 

Tel: +84 31 3653269 / 3732895

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.


The past tense appears to be very problematic to students or English learners. This is because they turn to confuse between the present tense and the past tense. This accounts for the numerous tense and grammatical mistakes they make when speaking English .After digesting this unit one is made to see how these mistakes could be corrected and how is it important to pay attention to your tenses.This unit seems to be the most useful in terms of establishing a career as a language teacher. Identifying the different types of classes, allows teachers to decide what kind of class would suit them best as well as prepare for the common challenges associated with that class dynamic. This unit made me reflect on my current teaching style and how it would fit with each type of class described.