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Offline vlardie

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Looking for a Teachers in Korat
« on: June 04, 2015, 09:58:57 PM »
Hello Teachers,
We have 5 positions available for Immediate starts in Nakhon Rathchasima/Khorat .
The school requires teachers for the following grades
5 Teachers
1. M5 English
2. M4 English
3. M2-3 English
4. P1-3 Math
5. K1-K3 English
You will be required to teach between 18 and 20 periods a week.
School start finish times are Start 7:40 am – Finish 16:15pm
The school will provide and pay or work permits for the teachers. It will also provide all the paperwork needed.
Teachers will be covered for sick Pay and all holidays. This is a 12 month contract. So no months without pay.
The school provides a full curriculum, and all classrooms have Air-con
The school requires all teachers to have a degree and natives would be preferred.
The school will pay the teacher direct and the salary will be 33,000thb per month.
We will help the successful teacher to find accommodation and get settled.
What we at Teachers for Thailand are offering:
- salary of 33,000
- provided Curriculum
- provided documents for Non Immigrant B visa
- paid for Work Permit
- English speaking consultants available 24/7 for our teachers
- Paid holidays
-Help finding accommodation in the area, and help moving in.
- Requirements:
- Age up to 50
- Bachelor degree in relevant field (must have both degree and transcripts. So we can process the WP)
Contact for more detail

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Offline Johnnie F.

Re: Looking for a Teachers in Korat
« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2015, 07:10:03 PM »
Even in Korat and the Isaan people all of a sudden increase their efforts in acquiring English as a second language. It's high time, just six months to the start of the ASEAN Economic Community, which many put a lot of personal hope into, even making efforts to learn English, so they can collect a share of the gold they think will fall from the sky. I was even approached by local officials to tutor them, though I stopped teaching a long time ago. I'll contribute a share for improvement. :)
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