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    Teaching Job iin Myanmar Available

    The school where I will teach this term has an extra vacancy - details below:

    An international school in Yangon is seeking a year 4 homeroom teacher, for immediate start or to commence from August 2014.

    The homeroom teacher will teach all non-specialist subjects to a small (16 students) class of 8-9 year olds, following the UK National Curriculum at Key stage 2.

    Subjects taught are English, Maths, Science, Humanities, Design Technology, PSHE, Library Studies.

    The school is seeking male or female applicants, with no upper age restriction. Applicants should have previous homeroom experience, as well as experience of teaching the UK National Curriculum.

    A degree qualification is required, but need not be a B.Ed. Other relevant qualifications could be a PGCE or PGCEi, as well as relevant CPD courses, such as Early Learning. But enthusiasm and professionalism are also major characteristics that are sought.

    This is not an ESL or TEFL vacancy.

    The expected monthly salary is $2,100 USD, plus $700 accommodation grant per month. Tax rate is 5%. Medical insurance and visa-run fees are covered.

    If this vacancy sounds of interest, please PM me and I'll send you the email address of the school recruiter.

    Yangon is a very interesting place to work, but applicants should also be aware that living in Yangon cannot really be described as a 'luxury' posting. The city lacks decent hospitals and there is a lack of infrastructure, such as reliable electricity supply, international banking, international phone calls/SMS and fast internet.

    But it is a great city for the adventurous!

    Oh, NES teachers only please.

    Simon
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    lachlan

    Dear Sir/Madam, my name is Lachlan Munro Murray and I have been teaching for many years. The subjects I have taught are: English, music and SDH engineering. I am also a regularly published columnist for a national newspaper. I enjoyed a long time teaching ESL,TOEFL, EILTS and other related subjects in colleges in Oman. The levels I teach are advanced and post foundation. My specialist subject is writing. I prefer to design the curriculum according to the learning outcomes designated by the Ministry of Education or the equivalent body. Although, I am independent in my ways I am a good team member and regularly hold workshops for the faculty. I am currently looking for a position within an establishment with focused and clear objectives, kind regards, Lachlan Munro Murray.

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    Sorry, no Irish.

    (Lucky, if you are serious then PM Simon43 (you do that by clicking on his name then choosing the personal message option; good luck).

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    Yep what Betty said, Simon knows the scoop in Myanmar and might be able to steer you in the right direction, I'm hoping things will open up in my field in that country(mining)only been the once but it definitely appeals as a place to work, things are changing pretty rapidly to I would say, good luck. Lucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Yep what Betty said, Simon knows the scoop in Myanmar and might be able to steer you in the right direction, I'm hoping things will open up in my field in that country(mining)only been the once but it definitely appeals as a place to work, things are changing pretty rapidly to I would say, good luck. Lucky
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    Know I few people teaching out there in international schools and they seem to think it is pretty good gig. Students tend to have better English than the Thais, I am told. It's certainly something I am considering

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Sorry, no Irish.

    (Lucky, if you are serious then PM Simon43 (you do that by clicking on his name then choosing the personal message option; good luck).

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    I am currently looking for a position within an establishment with focused and clear objectives,
    Well, that probably excludes most teaching establishments in Asia

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