Maths, Science and English teacher in Vietnam

1,887–2,231 USD
Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


Abroad (full-time)
School type
Teaching hours per week
Class length
45 min
Max students per class
Student age


Bachelor's Degree
TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, Teaching licence, PGCE/QTS
Only for native English speakers


Medical insurance
Not covered
Business visa
Not provided


Being a teacher in Vietnam is very rewarding, with the opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich local culture and scenery that Vietnam has to offer.

EMG Education is looking for highly skilled and dedicated teachers who are enthusiastic about creating engaging and interactive lessons.
As part of a project with the Department Of Education and Training in HCMC, EMG Education delivers a CLIL program in English, Maths, and Science in Primary, Secondary schools, and High schools


  1. Competitive monthly salary. The employee will receive the possibility of overtime paid at an hourly rate

  2. EMG will provide a sponsor letter for a business visa; however, the employee is responsible for the cost of the visa.

  3. The work permit application fee will be paid for by EMG.  The employee must provide the required documents

  4. Transport to and from teaching locations

  5. Free lunch is provided for all employees

  6. Up to 22 paid holidays per year – 10 public holidays and 12 days annual leave

  7. Health insurance from the Vietnamese Government after obtaining a work permit.  The employee pays 447.000 VND/month and the employer pays 894.000 VND/month

  8. Social insurance from the Vietnamese Government after obtaining a work permit.  The employer pays fully.

Job Overview

Teach English, Maths, and Science;

  • Age of students: Primary (7-11); Low Secondary (12-15)

  • Working hours: 8 hours/day (from 8:00 AM to 17:30 PM); weekends off


  • Create engaging and effective lesson plans based on the curriculum plans

  • Actively participate in the production and sharing of learning resources with teaching colleagues working at EMG.

  • Monitor students’ progress and provide regular reports regarding their participation and progress.

  • Create multi-faceted lessons that engage students and develop their team working, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills.


  • Be a native speaker of English;

  • Have completed a four-year program university (B.A., B.S., et cetera);

  • Have an accredited TESOL, CELTA, or TEFL certificate;

  • Hold a valid passport from an English-speaking country;

  • Possess qualities of diligence, flexibility, open-mindedness, cultural sensitivity, and patience;

  • Be physically fit as to work eight hours per day and remain active with children;

  • Have a clear background check;

  • Have experience working in an academic environment;