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1 English for Communication Teacher - Khon Kaen on Sat Jun 30, 2018 6:36 pm

Harry Bean

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Holy Redeemer Northeastern Region School, Khon Kaen

English for Communication Teacher

Holy Redeemer School (Also known as Mahathai), situated in the centre of Khon Kaen, is looking for an experienced native English speaker or Filipino with a high TOEIC score to start as soon as possible. Teachers of other nationalities who are fluent in English will also be considered.
A verifiable bachelor’s degree is required in order for the school to process the paperwork.
- Direct contract with the school
- Visa and work permit fully processed and paid for by the school
- Rolling 12-month contract with fully paid holidays.
- Teaching Grades 1, 2 (Elementary) & 9. 10 (Secondary)
- 21 50-minute periods per week
- Comprehensive Health Insurance
- Working Hours 7:30 to 16:00 Monday to Friday
- Small classes with an average of 20 students
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- Salary:
o ฿30,000+ for native speakers (Salary will be negotiated at time of hire)
o Up to ฿20,000 for Filipinos
Please contact krujamie@hotmail.com with your CV/Resumé and a brief cover letter to reply.

gungchang

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Thanks for this, Mr. Bean.

Sirchai

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Harry Bean wrote:Holy Redeemer Northeastern Region School, Khon Kaen

English for Communication Teacher

Holy Redeemer School (Also known as Mahathai), situated in the centre of Khon Kaen, is looking for an experienced native English speaker or Filipino with a high TOEIC score to start as soon as possible.  Teachers of other nationalities who are fluent in English will also be considered.
A verifiable bachelor’s degree is required in order for the school to process the paperwork.
- Direct contract with the school
- Visa and work permit fully processed and paid for by the school
- Rolling 12-month contract with fully paid holidays.
- Teaching Grades 1, 2 (Elementary) & 9. 10 (Secondary)
- 21 50-minute periods per week
- Comprehensive Health Insurance
- Working Hours 7:30 to 16:00 Monday to Friday
- Small classes with an average of 20 students
-
- Salary:
o ฿30,000+ for native speakers  (Salary will be negotiated at time of hire)
o Up to ฿20,000 for Filipinos
Please contact krujamie@hotmail.com with your CV/Resumé and a brief cover letter to reply.

Does that mean 20 K for NNES from Europe?

bahn_farang

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Sirchai wrote:
Harry Bean wrote:Holy Redeemer Northeastern Region School, Khon Kaen

English for Communication Teacher

Holy Redeemer School (Also known as Mahathai), situated in the centre of Khon Kaen, is looking for an experienced native English speaker or Filipino with a high TOEIC score to start as soon as possible.  Teachers of other nationalities who are fluent in English will also be considered.
A verifiable bachelor’s degree is required in order for the school to process the paperwork.
- Direct contract with the school
- Visa and work permit fully processed and paid for by the school
- Rolling 12-month contract with fully paid holidays.
- Teaching Grades 1, 2 (Elementary) & 9. 10 (Secondary)
- 21 50-minute periods per week
- Comprehensive Health Insurance
- Working Hours 7:30 to 16:00 Monday to Friday
- Small classes with an average of 20 students
-
- Salary:
o ฿30,000+ for native speakers  (Salary will be negotiated at time of hire)
o Up to ฿20,000 for Filipinos
Please contact krujamie@hotmail.com with your CV/Resumé and a brief cover letter to reply.

Does that mean 20 K for NNES from Europe?

What a terribly racist reply. Does the continent of your birth privilege you in some way?

Harry Bean

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NNES from Europe, who are of European appearance, will come under the "salary will be negotiated at time of hire" category.

I'd like to state the school's "hiring policy" more explicitly in order to not waste people's time; but then any reputable website would not accept the post.

6 Position Filled on Thu Jul 05, 2018 10:52 am

Harry Bean

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The position has now been filled.

Sirchai

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bahn_farang wrote:
Sirchai wrote:
Harry Bean wrote:Holy Redeemer Northeastern Region School, Khon Kaen

English for Communication Teacher

Holy Redeemer School (Also known as Mahathai), situated in the centre of Khon Kaen, is looking for an experienced native English speaker or Filipino with a high TOEIC score to start as soon as possible.  Teachers of other nationalities who are fluent in English will also be considered.
A verifiable bachelor’s degree is required in order for the school to process the paperwork.
- Direct contract with the school
- Visa and work permit fully processed and paid for by the school
- Rolling 12-month contract with fully paid holidays.
- Teaching Grades 1, 2 (Elementary) & 9. 10 (Secondary)
- 21 50-minute periods per week
- Comprehensive Health Insurance
- Working Hours 7:30 to 16:00 Monday to Friday
- Small classes with an average of 20 students
-
- Salary:
o ฿30,000+ for native speakers  (Salary will be negotiated at time of hire)
o Up to ฿20,000 for Filipinos
Please contact krujamie@hotmail.com with your CV/Resumé and a brief cover letter to reply.

Does that mean 20 K for NNES from Europe?

What a terribly racist reply. Does the continent of your birth privilege you in some way?

If you want to see a racist post, of course, you will. My question was in no way racist and I was only asking for a friend who's currently looking for a job. I really see it as a personal attack, but no worries.


I guess you know that you can't survive on 20 K when having a family to feed, without your own house. Thank you very much for your nice post!

bahn_farang

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Sirchai,

No personal attack just a comment on your clumsily worded post. When posting your question you did not, I am fairly certain, have racist intent but would simply ask you to reflect on how it could have been read by others. Since you have completed further studies in education, I believe it safe to assume that you have the ability to critique yourself and reflect on your post as I reflect on my response to it.

Not every criticism is about your core.

Sirchai

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bahn_farang wrote:Sirchai,

No personal attack just a comment on your clumsily worded post. When posting your question you did not, I am fairly certain, have racist intent but would simply ask you to reflect on how it could have been read by others. Since you have completed further studies in education, I believe it safe to assume that you have the ability to critique yourself and reflect on your post as I reflect on my response to it.

Not every criticism is about your core.


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What a terribly racist reply. Does the continent of your birth privilege you in some way?

   As already mentioned earlier, the question was for a friend who's currently seeking a teaching position. But he's found a good job

   He's got a BA in an educational field, plus a master's in English. But he's considered an NNES, that's why I was asking if the 20 K were also for NNES from Europe.

  And I apologize when I strongly believe that anybody from Europe with a real bachelor degree, plus a very good command in spoken and written English, plus many years of teaching experience, should be in a different category.

It's not in my interest to split hairs here, thank you very much for your honesty.

bahn_farang

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Sirchai wrote:
bahn_farang wrote:Sirchai,

No personal attack just a comment on your clumsily worded post. When posting your question you did not, I am fairly certain, have racist intent but would simply ask you to reflect on how it could have been read by others. Since you have completed further studies in education, I believe it safe to assume that you have the ability to critique yourself and reflect on your post as I reflect on my response to it.

Not every criticism is about your core.


 Your words:

What a terribly racist reply. Does the continent of your birth privilege you in some way?

   As already mentioned earlier, the question was for a friend who's currently seeking a teaching position. But he's found a good job

   He's got a BA in an educational field, plus a master's in English. But he's considered an NNES, that's why I was asking if the 20 K were also for NNES from Europe.

  And I apologize when I strongly believe that anybody from Europe with a real bachelor degree, plus a very good command in spoken and written English, plus many years of teaching experience, should be in a different category.

none of which would be relevant to an African, Asian? What is 'European' in you mind? Put the spade down Sirchai, the hole only gets bigger.

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