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BANGKOK 20 November 2018 19:31
Ann Pailin

Urgently need Native Speaker for school near Donmueng 34k a month

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Urgently need Native Speaker for a school near Donmueng

 

Job Description

-Teaching English for Thai students
-Prepare the activities to develop study skills
-Joining and working in groups with our activities.

Qualification
1. English, Australian, American, Canadian or etc. European  with standard English are also welcomed.
2. Age between 22-45 years old
3. University Graduate (Bachelor or Master Degree or others)
4. High responsible
5. Good presentation and communication
6. Love teaching and be able to manage the class
8. Good human relation ,polite and proper clothes
9. Be able to start working right away

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Are you an agent ?  If yes, what is the name of your company ?  If not, what is the name of the school ?

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Does the job come with a 12 months contract and Thai SS? 

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Posted (edited)
3 minutes ago, Ann Pailin said:

Hi! I am an agent. It comes with 10 month contract.

Personal accident insurance provided. 

Thanks for your honesty. So, you pay through October when the school is closed? 

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Native English speakers would not work for 34k 

 

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6 hours ago, jenny2017 said:

Thanks for your honesty. So, you pay through October when the school is closed? 

It doesn't look like. 

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Posted (edited)
6 hours ago, Ks45672 said:

Native English speakers would not work for 34k 

 

It's not even the 34 K that doesn't fit. I know NES teachers who work for less!

Asian/ African/European Teachers who have a 12 months contract with 28 K as a salary also have 340 K per year.   

 

I guess the school pays more and that for 12 months, just check schools in Don Muang area. 

Another example why people should stay away from agencies, me thinks. 

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22-45 yrs old, with a degree, accepting that... for 34k p/m, no wonder it's 'urgently required'.

 

An American mate of mine does teaching online with Chinese students while here, does 5 hours a day 5 days a week from his living room and he said at around 700-750thb p/h makes around 80k p/m, with no BS to deal with.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Ks45672 said:

Native English speakers would not work for 34k 

 

 

qualified and experienced native speaker teachers dont need to work for 34K, unqualified and inexperienced native speakers may accept a teaching job (though it's debatable how effective they would be in the role) for 34K as they would stand zero chance of being employed by any professionally run school

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On 5/27/2018 at 12:17 AM, samsensam said:

 

qualified and experienced native speaker teachers dont need to work for 34K, unqualified and inexperienced native speakers may accept a teaching job (though it's debatable how effective they would be in the role) for 34K as they would stand zero chance of being employed by any professionally run school

A good one, thanks. 

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On 5/27/2018 at 12:03 AM, Happy Grumpy said:

22-45 yrs old, with a degree, accepting that... for 34k p/m, no wonder it's 'urgently required'.

 

An American mate of mine does teaching online with Chinese students while here, does 5 hours a day 5 days a week from his living room and he said at around 700-750thb p/h makes around 80k p/m, with no BS to deal with.

 

 

But he's always asking you to buy him a beer? 

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Age between 22-45 years old



Is there a major problem if the teacher is 46 years old?
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28 minutes ago, simon43 said:

 

 


Is there a major problem if the teacher is 46 years old?

 

Yes, too old

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Yes, too old

 

Ah right, I understand.  I wonder what exactly happens between the age of 45 and 46 to make an applicant unsuitable for this vacancy?

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