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Primary Homeroom Teacher for Year 5

💼 Satit Bilingual School of Rangsit University
📍Chiang Mai, Thailand
💰 50,000 THB per month
Job Description:

Start date: April 2024.

Qualification and selection criteria
●Hold at least a bachelor degree in a relevant field of education with notarised degree from Embassy.
●Knowledge of the Cambridge curriculum will be an advantage.
●Expat teacher and fluent in English. (Native Speaker)
●At least two years teaching experience in the specified field.
●Enjoys working with others as part of an educational team.
●Must have a reference letter from current and previous employers.
●Must be in Thailand to be considered.

• Up to 50, 000 Thai Baht depending on qualifications and teaching experience.
• Health and accident Insurance.
• Provident fund.
• Approximately 12 weeks of paid holiday.
• Assistance with all legal fees and processing (visa, work permit etc.) Scholarships available for up to two children.

The school will consider applicants with completed documents that include a cover letter expressing the candidate’s background, experience, interests and philosophy of education. A resume with a recent photo, two references and salary expectation. Candidates with notarized degrees will be given preference. Candidates to send their curriculum vitae to the Primary principal, Ms. Tess Shanahan via email at: tess.s@sibs.ac.th, or Human Resources at: hr@sibs.ac.th

About Satit International Bilingual School of Rangsit University
Satit Bilingual School of Rangsit University (SBS) is a progressive school with a campus in Pathum Thani and Chiang Mai, offering quality education from Toddler through to Year 13. We are an authorised Cambridge International School. SIBS invites qualified applicants to apply for immediate consideration. https://www.sbs.ac.th/chiangmai.html

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