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Music Teacher Needed

💼 King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology
📍Bangkok, Thailand
💰 Up To 30,000 THB per month
Private School
Job Description:

Music Teacher:
King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang International Demonstration School in Bangkok.
Responsible for teaching both fundamental and elective music courses, completing lesson plans and curriculum mapping
through RenWeb and Rubicon Atlas, and integrating ESLOs into your instruction.
You should use diverse materials to cater to all students' educational needs, monitor their progress, and communicate any
concerns promptly. Additionally, you will encourage students' academic and personal growth, support their participation in
ensembles, bands, competitions, auditions, and talent shows, and maintain a professional, peaceful atmosphere. Salary is
30,000 Baht.
Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in music education, a Thai Teaching License, at least two years of teaching
experience, fluency in English, strong vocal or instrumental skills, and excellent knowledge of music theory. Passion for
student development and excellent communication skills are essential. Interested candidates should send their resume and
cover letter to:
tharin.ph@kmids.ac.th,sarawut.sa@kmids.ac.th, Head of Arts department at sutasinee.th@kmids.ac.th

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