Friday, 28 May 2010
ESL TEACHING JOB VACANCY IN SAKHON NAKHON THAILAND.
Young energetic native English speaker needed!
18 - 20 hour per week!
30, 000 baht
Posted by http://thailanddelights.blogspot.com at 04:42
Many a newcomer have found themselves in Thailand wanting to teach English as a foreign language, but not quite knowing where to start!
Does this sound a tadge familiar to you? Well for most newcomers to the Thailand teaching scene the first few weeks in the country can be a bit daunting if you don't know the ropes, so to speak.
It simply boils down to this...
Private language schools in Thailand
There are many private language companies that operate in Thailand. These private language companies have contracts with government high schools to supply them with native English speaking teachers, that's you!
When in Thailand, all you need do is to seek out a school that you want to work for, and bobs your aunt's knickers they'll hire you and give you a choice of various schools that you can work at. Most agencies will have at least a few schools on their books where they can fit you in.
Private schools in Thailand
In Thailand there is also a private sector, these schools will tend to employ you direct, though sometimes they work through agencies as well. Finding these jobs generally means looking through job ads on http://esljobs4teachers.com or in the classified section of a local rag.
Working and teaching English for the ECC Thailand
So what is the ECC then? The ECC stands for English computer & Chinese. Basically they teach the previous aforementioned, however not in that order or maybe sometimes :-)
The ECC is one of the biggest private language schools in Thailand. They are able to help new teachers land employment very quickly and easily. Taking a lot of hastle out of job hunting!
Can I take a TEFL course with them?
Yes, the ECC run a tefl course so you can get qualified with them and then just walk into a job after you've completed your course!
I want a teaching job in Thailand, what next?
100's of ESL teaching jobs in Thailand. 100% FREE!
Teacher Service Centre
ECC (Thailand) Big C Rajdamri
5th Floor, 97/11 Rajdamri Road,
Tel. +66 2 253 3312
Fax. (Thailand) + 66-2-254-2243, (UK) 0870-161-1256, (US) 425-930-5421
Email : email@example.com
Posted by http://thailanddelights.blogspot.com at 04:05
Sunday, 9 May 2010
Fancy a bit of a change from teaching in Thailand? Fed up of jumping through hoops to stay in the country? Then teaching English in China could just be the new direction you are looking for.
As anyone these days knows, China has one of the worlds fastest growing / expanding economies. People in China are now more reliant than ever before on foreign trade. And that means trade with western(English speaking countries) This is where you fit in.
China is such a vast country, that many teaching opportunities abound! Would you like to teach in the bigger cities... Beijing, Shanghai etc or out in the sticks? The choice is yours!
Here's a few teaching vacancies that have come up over the past few days...
ESL/ EFL English teacher required in Xuzhou city, Jiangsu province, China
Teaching position: English teacher
Level of institution: Training school
Location: Xuzhou city, Jiangsu province
Students: Primary to adults
Contract Duration: 1 year
Full Time English teaching Job http://esljobs4teachers.com/ in Jiangxi Province, China.
To teach 5-16 years old kids in training center.
Working visa and accomation will be covered.
Working time:8 hours per day From Wednesday to Sunday.
Qualification: Must from USA AND CANADA. American accent.
Experienced in teaching kids.
And lots more ESL teaching jobs available in China.
Posted by http://thailanddelights.blogspot.com at 02:45