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3 Apr 2013

Full-Time Teach in Chiang Mai

NAVA school of English – Posted by itrimble Samoeng, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Nava School of English

Job Description

Earn money teaching English abroad - i-to-i paid teaching jobs

Teach in Chiang Mai

NAVA school of English is a private language school in Chiang Mai . We are established since 1999 that provide the ESL teachers , the curriculum and teaching materials for English subject at many schools in Chiang Mai , Lumpoon and Nakornratchasima Province .


The positions start the contract in May 2013

1. ESL teachers for young learners : 5 positions work in Chiang Mai and 4 positions work in Nakornratchasima

2. A TEFL instructor and a TEFL marketer in Chiang Mai

Requirements :

1. Must be a native English native speaker

2. ESL teachers must have a bachelor degree plus teaching qualifications ( TEFL , TESOL ,CELTA )

3. TEFL instructor must have master degree in education plus at least 3 years teaching experience in Thailand

4. TEFL marketer must have a bachelor degree in marketing plus experience in the education field.

5. Have a good attitude and good understanding in teaching young learner.

6. Must be friendly , reliable , hard working.


Salary and Benefits : ( Depend on qualifications and experience )

1. Salary for ESL teachers start 28,000 -32,000.- in Chiang Mai start 32,000 – 35,000.- plus free accommodation in Nakornratchasima.

2. Start 38,000 -45,000.- for TEFL instructor

Start 30,000-35,000.- for TEFL marketing

3. Bonus at the end of contract

4. Work permit

5. BUPA health and accident insurance

6. A week holiday and national holiday paid

7. Teaching support

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Job Categories: Language Institute and Private Thai School. Job Types: Full-Time. Salaries: 20,000 - 40,000 and 40,000 - 60,000.

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One Response to “Teach in Chiang Mai”

  1. Comment made by Frank Kuhnisch on Jul 28th 2015 at 5:15 am: Reply


    I came across your name on E101.

    I was wondering if you still English Language teachers.

    If so please let me know and I will then forward my CV.

    Kind regards


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