Thewphaingarm School is now looking for the teacher for a new semester (15 May 2018)
Full Time Secondary Mathematics Teacher URGENT Needed!!
The school is seeking a dynamic, innovative teacher who is willing to work as part of a team and be able to inspire students to want to learn.
The successful candidate is expected to:
Teach a maximum of 23 hours per week
Prepare lesson plans, classroom aids, and multi-media material
Write exams and student reports
Attend occasional Saturday and evening school events
Work Monday to Friday (7:30–16:30)
Benefits of the position:
NNES (PHL) 40,000 baht/month
NES 50,000 baht/month
The 12-month contract
LMG medical insurance
NON-B Visa and Work permit
Manageable class sizes
Native English speaker (UK, USA, Aus, Ire, SA, Can or NZ is essential)
Non-Native speaker (PHL with a clear English accent)
Thewphaingarm School is a private school located in Bangkok in the Bang Phlat area on the banks of the Chao Phrya River (close to the Rama VIII bridge).
Please submit your resume and a recent photograph to
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