Thursday, 28 May 2020

English Teachers in Thailand

English Teachers in Thailand

The Thai-Japanese Association School (Sriracha Campus) is especially interested in candidates who have a goal and/or passion for EAL as a career.

Job Benefits:

• 2 year contract.
• Starting monthly compensation range (salary + allowances) between 80,000 and 90,000 Thai baht per month. (Starting monthly compensation above 80,000 Thai baht is based on Japanese language proficiency)
• Annual bonus of 200% of 1 month’s salary at the completion of year 1 and 2. The annual bonus increases to 250% of 1 month’s salary at the completion of year 3 and to 300% of 1 month’s salary at the completion of year 4.
• 40 days paid vacation plus most Thai national holidays.
• Airfare paid from country of residence.
• Health insurance.
• Visa and work permits are processed and paid for by the school.

General Job Description:

• Teach English independently and in collaboration with Japanese English teachers.
• Preparation of engaging classroom materials in support of student-centered activities.
• Standard planning and record keeping.
• Participation in extracurricular school functions.

Required Qualifications and Documents:

• Must be a native English speaker and hold a passport from the USA, the UK, Canada,
Australia, New Zealand, or Ireland.
• Must have a degree in education from an accredited university. (B.Ed., PGCE, GDipEd, M.Ed. etc.).
• Must be able to provide all original degrees, academic transcripts, teaching licenses, and a university letter confirming dates of enrollment and degrees earned. The university letter must be written on university letterhead and sealed in a university envelop.
• Must be able to provide a criminal background check.

If you are an experienced EAL teacher and meet the requirements for employment, please forward a detailed CV/resume to Jeff at

Only candidates who fully meet the qualifications and requirements listed above will be contacted.

Due to the volume of CVs/resumes that we receive, please refrain from contacting the school directly. Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.

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