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Looking for a committed, enthusiastic and caring teacher

💼 The American University Alumni (AUA) Language Center
📍Udon Thani, Thailand
💰 Up To 500 THB per hour
Language School
Job Description:

The American University Alumni (AUA) Language Center, founded in 1952 at Saranrom Palace by American University Alumni Association under the royal patronage with the support of the American Embassy, has been building a solid foundation for English teaching and learning in Thailand over the past several decades and has contributed to the English language learning journeys of more than 2 million Thais across the nation.

AUA Udon Thani is looking for a teacher who is committed, enthusiastic and caring to join its teaching team. Applicants must be native speakers of English and have a Bachelor's degree and TEFL certificate.

Applicants should visit AUA Website and fill in the Teacher Recruitment webform. Please visit https://www.auathailand.org/en/working-with-us-teachers/
Candidates will be expected to provide a background/police clearance.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Please note that AUA has a retirement age of 60 for full-time and contracted employees.

For more information, please send an email to christopher.anino@auathailand.org

👉 Apply Here: https://www.auathailand.org/en/working-with-us-teachers/

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Please review the requirements to teach English in Thailand before you start applying for teaching positions.

Due to the high number of applications the schools receive they may not be able to respond to every application. If you don't hear back from them within a week or so, it's best to move on to the next job.

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