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Primary EFL Teachers (ACT)

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Primary EFL Teachers (ACT)

Bell is recruiting for a Primary EFL teacher to join our partnership English programme at Assumption College, Thonburi in Bangkok. This post involves up to 21 hours of classroom teaching weekly to Thai students in secondary English programmes at our Bell language centre located within Assumption College. 

Please include a covering letter with your application, stating why you would be suitable for this role.

Duties will include: 
• Preparation of lessons 
• Marking of homework and class work
• Preparation, administration and marking of placement, progress and achievement 
• Assessment and reporting of student performance 
• Development of supplementary materials for core syllabuses or for special courses 
• Contributing to the in-service training of Bell colleagues through presentations and workshops 
• Attending staff meetings and/or workshops arranged by senior staff 
• Assisting with the running of public ELT examinations 

We can offer you: 
- one-year (12 month) renewable contract 
- 1 single economy airfare for staff recruited outside of Thailand 
- end of contract bonus 
- 8 weeks paid holiday per year, plus public holidays 
- End of contract bonus equal to 50% of one month's salary
- full health and medical insurance cover 
- visa and work permit 
- annual salary increment 
- accommodation on arrival 
- assistance in finding suitable accommodation 
- a strong commitment to providing you with in-service support, training and professional development 

Person Specification 

Candidates must have the following qualifications and experience: 
- Degree level qualified 
- CELTA qualification (or equivalent) 
- Ideally experience of teaching young learners

For our partners Bell provides Employment Agency Services as defined in the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.



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