Looking for a native English speaker to teach English at a high school in Nong Khai, north-eastern Thailand

Looking for a native English speaker to teach English at a high school in Nong Khai, north-eastern Thailand

Vientiane, Port-Vila and Nong Khai
Sept. 26, 2018

Requirements

DegreeBachelor's Degree
CertificatesTEFL, TESOL, CELTA
NativeNon-native English speakers can apply
Experience
Contract

Benefits

Insurance
Flight
VisaWorking visa
Accommodation

Description

Teaching to commence on October 22nd for the start of Semester 2. The contract is for one semester, but renewable for the following school year if so desired.

You will be working in the Gifted Program for students with a high level of English competency. The program has a very strong English (as a subject) component.

You will teach six subjects:
Listening-Speaking Grade 10
Listening-Speaking Grade 11
Listening-Speaking Grade 12
Speech Grade 4
Speech Grade 5
English Project Work

There will be two periods per subject (total of 12 periods). Class sizes are no larger than 30 students.

Requirements
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*BA degree
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TEFL, TESOL or CELTA certification would help.
**Great personality!

Salary and other info
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*30,000 Thai Baht per month.
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Work permit and visa arranged by the school
*6-month contract (October – March)
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12 teaching hours per week

About Nong Khai
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Nong Khai is a sleepy, idyllic city. It is situated on the banks of the Mekong River. You can clearly see Laos on the other side, with a short bus trip to the capital city there, Vientiane. Nong Khai was once ranked the 9th safest city in the world, which is impressive for a relatively unknown spot, and the source of frequent reminders by proud locals! The city has around three times as many Buddhist temples than other Thai cities, reflecting a more puritan lifestyle than in other parts of the country. The Mekong is backbone of this rural setting, with an esplanade stretching several kilometres along the riverbank, complemented with many local restaurants, cafes, bars, and waterfront housing. This stretch also features the undercover Ta Sadet market, running several hundred metres alongside the river. Fifty kilometres away is the larger city, Udon Thani, easily accessed by frequent shuttle buses between the neighbouring cities. Udon has an amazing array of restaurants and a massive shopping centre. There are branches of Tops and Vila markets here, and a selection of English soundtrack movies at two different cinemas.

Fun fact: Thailand’s best root canal dental surgeon operates from a local hospital in a small town around 50 kms away! Hopefully, you won’t ever need to see him…

Please send applications or any queries to me – Darren – at [URL protected] or call/text me on +61 (0)468 381 790