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    Urgently required: teachers to teach English in Nakhon Sawan School

    Qualifications:

    - English-native speaker
    - Bachelor's degree in any field
    - experience in teaching English
    - love teaching career
    (preferable)
    - TEFL cert.

    Salary: THB 35,000- 40,000

    Please contact or send resume to ericajar36@yahoo.com
    Phone: 087-3157330, +66873157330

    (During the past 2 months, we hired teachers from an agency. That was not satisfactory for all concerned. So we decide to have direct contact to teachers.)

    Nakhon Sawan School is the largest secondary school in the province of Nakhon Sawan. Nakhon Sawan Province is 239 Kilometres north of Bangkok.
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    Are the salary, benefits and job conditions that bad you wont post them?

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    I taught there briefly before a dispute between the agency and the school.
    The conditions at the school were great and the students were quite receptive to learning.
    I have no idea of what they are offering salary wise, but if you are a newbie, I'd say go for it.

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    Nice post noelbino.

    It does seem a bit suspect though if they can't write any relevant info.
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    ^Have you thought about contacting him by email, just an idea like as the email is listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    ^Have you thought about contacting him by email, just an idea like as the email is listed.
    I never thought of that, well done!

    Let me guess.

    20+ periods a week and other duties.

    Paid about ten months of the year.

    Accident insurance that isn't up to much.

    Help with WP application but they don't actually pay for it.

    anywhere from 28-33 a month.

    I could be wrong of course.

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    Looks like somebody has left pretty soon after they started, care to comment on why or was it just poor selection?


    Quote Originally Posted by adun
    Urgently required: teachers to teach English in Nakhon Sawan School

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    Salary: THB 35,000- 40,000
    During the past 2 months, we hired teachers from an agency. That was not satisfactory for all concerned. So we decide to have direct contact to teachers
    Thanks you guys for all your useful comments

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    A friend of mine was a Quantity Surveyor, and an agency actually tried to send him for an interview for a job as an UNDERWATER Quantity Surveyor, despite him telling them he'd never done more than snorkel in his life.

    "Don't worry about it", they said.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    A friend of mine was a Quantity Surveyor, and an agency actually tried to send him for an interview for a job as an UNDERWATER Quantity Surveyor, despite him telling them he'd never done more than snorkel in his life.

    "Don't worry about it", they said.....
    Thanks, mate
    In fact, papers showing qualification are not that important to us. What counts is a decent teacher. we used to have bad experience with some bad guys from an agecy.
    We are about to sign a contract with a gent who dares to apply. He has no degree, no TEFL. He has fine experiene and can create nice atmostphere. We will pay him Baht 40K per month. Our students are waiting for more.
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    I think some of you are a bit harsh on the OP.
    As I stated before I worked there for a short period with the agency he is referring to. With no fault of the school the agency was not able to provide teachers to the school. As stated before in my short time there the students were receptive to learning and presented NO discipline problems, unlike some of the rabble here in Bangkok.
    Put yourself in the position of the OP. It's now nearly 3 months into the first term and through no fault of his own his students DON'T have a teacher.
    35,000 to 40.000 Baht a month is above the rate paid here in Bangkok by most agencies. Maybe his desperation to provide teachers to his students comes out in his statements.
    Give him a break and if you know of anyone willing to teach there, let them know.
    Some of you need to get off your high horses and react with equanimity.
    [did Ii spell that right?]

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    Quote Originally Posted by noelbino View Post
    I think some of you are a bit harsh on the OP.
    As I stated before I worked there for a short period with the agency he is referring to. With no fault of the school the agency was not able to provide teachers to the school. As stated before in my short time there the students were receptive to learning and presented NO discipline problems, unlike some of the rabble here in Bangkok.
    Put yourself in the position of the OP. It's now nearly 3 months into the first term and through no fault of his own his students DON'T have a teacher.
    35,000 to 40.000 Baht a month is above the rate paid here in Bangkok by most agencies. Maybe his desperation to provide teachers to his students comes out in his statements.
    Give him a break and if you know of anyone willing to teach there, let them know.
    Some of you need to get off your high horses and react with equanimity.
    [did Ii spell that right?]
    I worked at Uthai Thani before and I know that most schools in the vicinity ( including NS ) like to change their teachers at the end of every semester. The truth is I used to know a guy who worked at the school the OP is trying to recruit for for several years.

    I could go for the job, but I'd like to be near my daughter. Also, there's no guarantee that I'd be working there for as long as I've worked at me present school ( 7 yrs ). I need a change, but I'd do that at a private school.

    To the OP: What happened to "Madam S" who monopolised recruiting of teachers in the whole area.
    Last edited by mickey; 11-07-2012 at 09:04 PM. Reason: Punctuation!

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    We still require 2 teachers.
    Qualifications:

    - English-native speaker
    - Bachelor's degree in any field
    - Experience in teaching English

    Salary: THB 40,000

    Please contact or send resume to ericajar36@yahoo.com
    Phone: 087-3157330, +66873157330 Ajarn Adun

    Nakhon Sawan School is the largest government secondary school in the city. Apart from the salary, the school provides:
    - Accident insurance
    - Fee for applying for work permit
    - Necessary papers required for applying for working visa and work permit
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    RE: Teaching as a TEFL Teacher

    Dear Sir!
    I was led to understand that the salary was USD 1500 tops!
    Plus, the requirement for a University Degree is also a must beside
    a TEFL Course!
    I do have some teaching experience living in Shanghai as a teaching Volunteer for a year and a an Aircraft Engineer by Profession!
    Could you please advise me what would my chances be of becoming
    a TEFL teacher in Thailand!

    appreciate it!

    Merv DSouza

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    ^ Hail from the Philippines? No?

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    Full Time NES teachers with degrees

    Required: teachers to teach English in Nakhon Sawan School
    Qualifications:
    - English-native speaker
    - Bachelor's degree in any field
    - Experience in teaching English
    Salary: THB 40,000
    Please contact or send resume to ericajar36@yahoo.com
    Phone: 087-3157330 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting FREE 087-3157330 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, +66873157330 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting FREE +66873157330 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
    Ajarn Adun
    Apart from the salary, the school provides
    - Accident insurance
    - Fee for applying for work permit
    - Necessary papers required for applying for working visa and work permit
    - Flexible and friendly contract
    - Contract extension
    Nakhon Sawan School is the largest government secondary school in the province, Nakhon Sawan Province is 239 Km north of Bangkok.

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    At the moment, we have no vacancy.
    We may have some in the future.
    Thank you www.teakdoor.com for your help.

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    Thanks for updating us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adun
    He has no degree, no TEFL. He has fine experiene and can create nice atmostphere. We will pay him Baht 40K per month. Our students are waiting for more.
    Quite decent for Thailand. A farang (no degree or experience) I know has recently started at a private school in Ubon province- 15k per month. They 'say' it will go up after an ubnspecified probation period. Hmm.

    Quote Originally Posted by adun
    Required: teachers to teach English in Nakhon Sawan School
    Six minutes later-
    Quote Originally Posted by adun
    At the moment, we have no vacancy.
    Quick work.

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    Hello,

    I was going to take a onsite tefl course around $1400 usd.
    One is in Portland Oregon & the other in Thailand with ITTT.
    What are your thoughts to this...ITTT also has a 140 hour "on-line" class for $495 includes free $195 course for teaching young learners which is 50 hrs. w/ certificate. So I would have two certif.
    Now this on-line is supplied w/ 12 hrs. of DVDS of actual viewing
    class time. Now I thought instead of cramming all of the 4 weeks on-site class into my head, I could do the on-line at my pace and also later review by watching the DVDS. Now guys, is this any good or what do you think.
    I really want to teach and live in Thailand. They said there is no diff between the on-line or on-site certifs.
    No the online does not say online on the certif....
    Help!
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