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Seeking a full-time Mathematics Teacher

💼 Thewphaingarm Canadian Bilingual School
📍Bangkok, Thailand
💰 Up To 60,000 THB per month
Full-Time
Private School
Medical Insurance
Job Description:

We're seeking a full-time Mathematics Teacher, preferably a native English speaker
from the USA, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, or South Africa.
The salary, starting at 60,000 Baht per month and dependent on qualifications and
experience, also included in the package is group health insurance, school lunches,
and bonuses.
The candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics or related Education
fields, with proven teaching experience, preferably supplemented with mathematics
training. Strong classroom management skills, adeptness with teaching aids, and a
focus on individual student needs are crucial.
Responsibilities include lesson planning, fostering student interest in math,
administering assessments, and collaborating with colleagues. Candidates should
possess exemplary communication, problem-solving, and organizational skills. I
Teachers meeting these criteria can apply by submitting their resumes to
careers@thewphaingarm.com. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for
interviews!



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