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English and/or Math Teacher

Date 2017-03-31 20:03:03 Location : Southeast Asia:Thailand

Teachers wanted to teach a variety of subjects in Rangsit area, Patumthani Province.

Several teachers needed to teach a variety of academic subjects, mostly English, in several government schools in the Rangsit area of Patumthani Province, for the 2017-2018 academic year.

One dedicated Math teacher, for Primary grades 2 – 5 also needed.

Teachers will be needed at both the Pratom (primary) and Mattayom (secondary) levels. Average teaching load is between 16 – 20 periods per week. Mostly English subject teaching but Math, Science, Health, Physical Education and Social Studies teachers needed as well.

Nationality and/or physical appearance is irrelevant but applicants with degrees in Education will receive preference. Furthermore, applicants with experience teaching in Thai government schools will receive preference over those without.

N.E.S. (Native English Speaker) applicants will receive preference over N.N.E.S/ (Non Native English Speaker) applicants. Any and all NNES applicants will need to have a TOEIC score of at least 800, in order to apply.

NES teachers will start from between 40,000 to 60,000 a month, depending on qualifications and experience.
NNES teachers will start from between 16,000 to 35,000 a month, depending on qualifications and experience.

All Non-Immigrant B Visa, Work Permit and Teacher License documentation will be handled by our staff, for you, to ensure that you work in a completely legal manner. The contract is for one full year, starting in May 2017 and ending in April 2018, paying all 12 months.