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Job Placement In Nakhon Sawan

Two schools in Nakhon Sawan province located in the lower north of Thailand are looking for Filipino teachers. I saw these ads on ajarn.com just now as it popped out from my twitter feeds. So, I thought of sharing them. 

Thepsalaprachasan School

Thepsalaprachasan School is accepting 1 teaching position. 

We are a government secondary school located in Nakhon Sawan's Latyao District. We need a female Filipino or a female NES teacher to teach English to our pupils. 

Qualifications
- Holder of a Bachelor's degree in English or any field. 
- Filipino must have a TOEIC score if the major is not English.
- A starting salary is 30,000 for NES and 20,000 for Filipino.
Interested job seeker must send CV and other required documents to maenglish_54@hotmail.com

Anuban Ladyao School

Looking for Filipino to teach in elementary school. 

This is urgent! 1 position is available.

We are looking for an English teacher who has passion for teaching and long-term commitment. 

Qualification

- Filipinos only please

- Female
- Must have 4 years degree in any field 
- Must have teaching experience in Thailand
- Good spoken English and has ability to teach in English 
- Dynamic teaching and classroom delivery
- Friendly, loves children
- Dedicated and has passion for teaching
- Have long-term commitment to the job and would like to grow with the organization

The first ad has an email for you to directly send your CV. Anuban Ladyao School doesn't have one though. You may want to google the school and hit contact us to get the number or the email address. Good luck.

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Martha Victor
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September 11, 2014 at 12:45 PM delete

Thanks for providing information it is very useful for students

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I'm a full time travel and tourism lecturer at a university in the north who also loves blogging during my spare time. I blog about news particularly in Thailand, personal travel stories, and anything under the sun.