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Hiring an English native-speaking lecturer

💞 Silpakorn University
📍Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
💰 Up To 36,780 THB per month
Private School
Housing Allowance
Job Description:

The English Department at the Faculty of Arts, Silpakorn University, Sanam Chandra Palace Campus in Nakhon Pathom.
English native-speaking lecturer with valid ID and authenticated credentials, holding at least a BA, MA, or PhD in English, ELT,
TEFL, TESOL, or related fields.
The position offers a monthly salary of 34,780 – 36,780 Baht, including housing and subsistence top-up, and assistance with
paperwork for a NON-B visa and work permit (excluding fees).
Teaching responsibilities include 14-16 hours per week, along with tasks related to the curriculum, such as proofreading and
extra-curricular activities. The initial one-year contract is typically renewable. The campus is located about 50 km west of
Applicants must submit scanned copies of their credentials, transcripts, CV with a recent photo, passport pages, and a letter of
intent by 31 May 2024. The screening process runs from 15-31 May 2024, with written exams and interviews on 5 June, and
results announced on 10 June.
Interested applicants should contact Dr. Nachanok Hutanan at hutanan_n@su.ac.th.
For more information, the English Department can be reached at +66 34 253910-7 ext. 205112

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👉 Apply Here: hutanan_n@su.ac.th

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