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Full-time Full Time Home Economics/English Teacher

This job is located at Sarakhampittaykhom School in Mahasarakham

Expected salary: At least 30,000 Baht/month
Published on: 07-06-2010
Established English Program at Northeast government school requires native speaker to teach home economics and English conversation.

Sarakhampittaykhom School in Thailand’s Northeast is looking for a native English speaker to teach Home Economics and some English conversation to Mathayom 1-6 students in our award-winning English Program.
The successful candidates should be able to introduce fun activities into the classroom to help achieve learning objectives.
A university degree is required for the positions and preference will be given to those with experience teaching in Thailand and who are familiar with Thai culture and the government system of education.
Contracts are for one year. Work permits will be provided as well as health coverage. The base monthly salary is 30,000 baht, plus 3,000 baht housing allowance.
Teaching hours will not exceed more than 20 hours per week.
Maha Sarakham is a medium sized city approximately five hours north of Bangkok -- about an hour’s drive southeast of Kohn Kaen. The city is a centre of education for the region with two universities and several technical and vocational schools. The cost of living here is much lower than in Bangkok and has a growing foreigner community. There is also a very good public transportation system.
For more information please contact Ajarn David at Please include a resume listing your experience and references.
We recognize all major full-time TESOL/TEFL courses including:
Chiang Mai University TEFL
Chichester College TESOL (TEFL/TESL)
Khon Kaen University TEFL
Prince Songkla University TEFL

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