TESOL One - TESL One
EP Teachers Needed
Date 2013-02-24 05:02:34 Location : Southeast Asia:Thailand
5 EP Program teachers; 3 for K.1-2 and 2 for Grade 1-2
Teaching hours: 20 teaching hours per week
Working hours: 7:30am to 4:30pm M-F + occasional weekend cultural activities
Subjects: English, math, science, Health Studies and Computer
30-36 students in air-con classroom
Starting: 1st May
Pay and Benefits:
Salary: 30,000 THB per month + 3,000 THB per month for housing.
Benefits: Work permit and VISA extensions are arranged and PAID for by the school, free lunch (optional)
Required: Native English speaker (English is your first language), Bachelor degree,
Preferred: 1 year contract, CELTA or TEFL/TESOL, previous experience teaching English as a second language, experience with young learners
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