Ctrl C / Ctrl V : It's official, we need at least 2 English Teachers at the Mahasarkham University Demonstration School :D 30k salary 12 months contract (renew automatically at the end of September, except if you are an a**...). As the position start in May, you will get first a 5 month contract. 18h per week, probably less (presence from 7h45 to 16h30 with one gate duty each week). You scan in, show your face at the morning assembly then you are free to do what you want as long as you show up on time for your classrooms. Social Security stuff (you will need to be patient). University have an hospital and healthcare in Sarkaham is ok. Summer break during Songkhran and all the usual + possibilities to take some day off as long as you don't abuse and communicate about it. you must provide a valid visa and pay the WP and visa extension but the IR Office do the paperwork for you (except the 90 days reports). you must own at least a Bachelor Degree (given the actual state of affair in the country, any degree will probably be ok ) No teaching license requirement as we are not falling (yet?) under Kurusapha umbrella. Lunch for free and if you want you can get a spartan room at the school dormitory (located on the campus, 400m from the school). Depending on who you are and what you want, two possibilities: you will be teaching conversation and listening skills to M1 to M3 regular and gifted students. My experience is: Thai teacher provide a method book, you planned your lesson from it but you are free to add supplementary materials. OR you will be teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP) to M4 to M6. These subjects, as well as the audience (typical Thai teenagers), can be challenging. I may be able to provide some help but do not expect curriculum or specific books. you must provide your own teaching materials. A friendly and respectful working environment but you need to be both: independent enough to be able to plan your work (this is not a gov. school where you are ask to teach-by-the-book, you will have plenty of freedom). able to work with a co-teacher and willing to learn how to use the specific grading school system. If you want to be a long-termer you will need to communicate with Thai staff and report on your work on a regular basis. tolerate a French guy inside you office. Most of the people find me tolerable but some in the past had problem with ... my accent ? You are actually working for the Uni. so again, no TCT requirement. The Campus is large and we have a small foreign community (teachers from different faculties+some exchange students). MSU is managed as a family-community business and life here is pretty quiet. We do have plenty of Pubs, Restaurants, Karaokes, a Big C and even a new Mall with a theater (English sub. only for Thai movie). Feel free to pm me if you are interested. I'm not in charge of the recruitment: my boss is. I'm posting here because the average fellow on this board seems to be a decent teacher and I will favorably welcome one of you as my new colleague. Be also aware that the school staff is very young on average and there is certainly a biais toward recruiting young face. This is discrimination and I'm not ok with this but it is a fact that you should now if you are above 50 and plan to apply.