ESL EFL TEFL Teaching Job in Chiang Rai Thailand.
ESL/EFL/TEFL Teaching Position in Thailand for Teaching English Abroad.

Job Title:
Currently seeking one full-time and one part-time teacher
Job Location:
Chiang Rai > Thailand   
Institution Type:
Grade Level
All levels
Teaching Per Week:
Monthly Salary
25,000 - 30,000 baht/month   
Job Description
AUA Chiang Rai is currently seeking one full-time and one part-time teacher to join our creative and energetic team committed to a communicative, student-centered approach to language teaching. Work involves teaching mainly older students and young adults on weekdays (Monday to Thursday), Saturdays and/or Sundays.

Pay Rate: 25,000 to 30,000 baht/month

Our serene garden campus is located in a very central location in the center of the city. We are within a short walk of all downtown shops, restaurants, and parks. Chiang Rai has modern conveniences like a newly opened Central Plaza Mall with
modern restaurants, a Robinson department store, and a theater. We also have numerous hot springs and waterfalls within a few minutes drive. If you enjoy modern conveniences in a beautiful, natural environment then Chiang Rai is worthy of your consideration.

AUA Chiang Rai is committed to ongoing teacher development, and successful applicants will be provided a mentor during the first six week term and are eligible to 
Receive a professional development end of year bonus after completing one year. We also provide complete support for teacher’s license and work permit. Teachers are also provided with free health insurance after the completion of their probation.

Applicants should have a native like command of English, have completed a university degree and a 120+hour face-to-face TEFL certificate course, and possess a love for teaching.

Contact Name
AUA Language Center
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
ESL - English as a Second Language | TESL - Teaching English as a Second Language | EFL - English as a Foreign Language | TEFL - Teaching English as a Foreign Language | ESOL - English for Speakers of Other Languages | TESOL - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages | ELT - English Language Teaching | ELL - English Language Learning | CALL - Computer Assisted Language Learning | TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language | TOEIC - Test of English for International Communication

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When considering where in the world you want to teach English, the big 3 for ESL/EFL/TEFL jobs are:

Asia: Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia are the popular spots because they have so many ESL/EFL/TEFL jobs available. In addition, there are always positions coming up infrequently in places like Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia though you must be a qualified teacher to obtain these. You may even find positions for Cambodia and Laos but you should look at the reputation of ESL/EFL/TEFL schools carefully due to lack of a solid legal system for recourse.

Europe: Everyone dreams of teaching English in Greece, Italy, France or Spain but unless you are an European Union (EU) citizen it is difficult to obtain these teaching positions. The more frequent ESL/EFL/TEFL jobs are available in Eastern Europe in places like Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine and Russia. These positions don\'t pay very well by western standards but they provide a lot of opportunity for travel while not teaching.

The Middle East: Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates (UAE) are the most common with Bahrain, Yemen and Qatar occasionally having ESL/EFL/TEFL job openings. Now there are also more teaching positions available in Iraq. The Middle East is popular for the money paid for teaching positions but don\'t expect much of a social life due to cultural restraints.

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