ESL Teacher needed in Vietnam to start November 2015

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COUNTRY: Vietnam
CITY: LONG THANH
START DATE: 21 NOVEMBER 2015
SALARY: 20 USD PER HOUR
WORKING CONDITIONS:
TEFL Teacher needed in Vietnam to start November 2015

VIET SANG is an English school which is established in 2007 in Dong Nai province, South Vietnam. VIET SANG has 4 campuses throughout Dong Nai province.
Dong Nai is 60 km away from Hochiminh city and 80 km away from Vung Tau beach.
At the moment, VIET SANG has approximately 1,000 students.

Due to development, VIET SANG is looking for 01 native teacher with the following details.
* Nationality: British – American – Australian – Canadian
* Start Date: 21 November 2015.
* Teaching hours: from 15 to 20 hours per week.
* Salary: 20 USD per hour (before tax 10%).
* Programs: Cambridge English for children from 6 to 15 years old and General English for adults.
You will teach at all 4 campuses of VIET SANG. Each campus is approximately 5 km away from the others. Each class is 30 minutes long and will consist of 10 to 20 students. Syllabus and books with lesson plans are provided, but teachers are expected to add additional activities and games to motivate and summarize what students learn within the lesson of the day. During the lesson a Vietnamese teacher will be in the class to assist you whenever needed. The officers of academic department can help you with necessary pre-class preparation activities.
* Transport: A school driver will bring you from your home to school every day.
* Working time:
Mon, Tue, Wed and Thu: 18:00 to 20:15.
Friday is a day off.
Sat and Sun: 07:30 to 11:45, 15:15 to 17:15, 18:00 to 21:00
*Airport pickup: the school arranges pickup at the airport when your flight details are provided.
* Contract duration: Normally VIET SANG offers a 1-year contract. We are also flexible with shorter or longer contract duration as well as extending the contract if both the teacher and the school are happy to continue after the first contract.
REQUIREMENTS:
*Documents: In order to know more about your profile, please kindly email the following documents to the email address below: (1) CV, (2) Cover letter, (3) University Degree, (4) Teaching Certificate, (5) Passport, (6) Clean Police Records, and (7) some recent photos.
*Interview: We would like to set up a Skype interview to evaluate your voice and accent.
Our Skype name is vietsangschool. Please advise your Skype name and your available time for the interview?
CONTACT INFORMATION:
*Contacts:
Contact person: Kevin Le
Academic Manager,
VIET SANG English School,
16B5, New Market, Long Thanh, Dong Nai, Vietnam, 71000.
Cell Phone: +84-98-997-5153.
Skype: vietsangschool
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Website: http://vietsang.org.vn

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