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NES Teacher needed for Bilingual School in Ratchaburi

Discussion in 'Teaching Jobs You Know Of' started by portnoy58, 13 May 2016.

  1. portnoy58

    portnoy58 Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    Provincial bilingual school in Ratchaburi 100 km west of Bangkok is urgently seeking a NES Teacher to teach Grade 4 and Grade 5 English, using English Time (OUP) series. 24 @ 45 minute classes per week, average class size about 25 students.

    Salary starts at 30,000 THB plus 5,500 food and accommodation allowance.

    Must be a native speaker and have a university degree or higher.

    Ratchaburi is a pleasant provincial city with good links to Bangkok, the coast (Hua Hin and Cha am about 90 minutes away) and the mountains, Suan Pueng. Quiet, gentle place.

    Please send me a PM message and I will provide contact details
     
  2. Stamp

    Stamp Administrator Staff Member

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    Quite a bit of contact hours.

    Not too bad.

    What does the school consider as higher than an university degree?

    Ratchaburi is a nice place.
     
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    portnoy58 Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    I am the messenger here, Stamp! If anyone enquires I will be happy to talk but can only pass on contact details for the Thai administration. I have nothing to do whatsoever with the appointment - simply helping out.

    Yes, it's a long hard slog at times from the teaching perspective. I got a couple of significant increments in years gone by so no point in giving up the additional income because the work load has increased. I think increments are now capped at a maximum of 2,500 THB per year, with a maximum annual salary of 60,000.

    I think so long as you have a basic university degree, a BA/BSc or equivalent, which the TCT accepts, then there won't be problem: the school will apply for work permit and waiver for the teacher and pay for them too. The 'higher' presumes you'll have a first degree! Doubt whether you would get more money for it but I guess an applicant could ask for it to be considered.

    Ratchaburi is one of the best features of this job, agreed.
     
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    Thanks for the clarification.
     
  5. portnoy58

    portnoy58 Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    Update: the vacancy has been filled.
     
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