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Native English teachers needed in Ayutthaya, Thailand


Date 2013-04-27 05:04:01 Location : Southeast Asia:Thailand


Summary

Teaching opportunities for Native EFL teachers in Ayutthaya Thailand with a minimum of a degree in any field, TEFL,TESOL,CELTA or equivalent.
Job details

Zenith International Language Cente is looking for creative and interesting Native English speaking teachers to fill positions at local Government high school in the old capital, Ayutthaya, just and hour and a half north of Bangkok.
The teacher must have a university degree and either some teaching experience or be TEFL, TESOL, CELTA certified.
Starts 15th May 2013
Details as follows:
-A competitive salary allowing a comfortable lifestyle for living in Ayutthaya Thailand.
The monthly salary is 32,000 THB per month for the duration of the contract.
All visa situations will be discussed fully with each person who applies for the job once they've applied.
-23 teaching periods per week each period being 55 minutes in length
-Accommodation assistance.
-Renewable contract after the first term at the school
-The chance to work within a professional team teaching English to Thai High school children and helping them develop with their skills in English through communication and games
A little about the city of Ayutthaya;
It is a small city 90 minutes north of Bangkok. The central part of the city is actually an island surrounded by two rivers and a canal. It is far enough from Bangkok not to be a suburb, but close enough for escapism.
The city used to be the capital hundreds of years ago so it's rife with ruins and historical sights. It is even a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ayutthaya is centrally located within the country so it's easy to jump north to the mountains or south to the beaches for holidays. There is a small community of expats living here as well as a small, unobtrusive tourism scene so western food and second-hand books are close at hand. Additionally, Ayutthaya is home to a few clubs and bars catering to the local population.