Working at Varee Chiangmai International
Applicants must hold a teaching licence in their home country, at least 2 years teaching experience and a familiarity with the English National Curriculum. Class sizes are small with approximately 15-25 students in a class, student behavior is exceptional and overall achievement is slightly above global averages. Most of our students are ESL learners and teachers are expected to deliver classes that reflect this. A strong team within each department helps to mentor teachers new to Varee Chiangmai International School. As with most small international schools, teachers who apply need to be flexible and work well within a team.
Varee Chiangmai International School is a fully accredited member of EDT (Education Development Trust) and deliver CIE across the key stages. It is part of a larger Thai school and actively promotes Thai language and culture. The school is located close to the centre of Chiang Mai, the bustling capital of Thailand’s Northern Lanna region: an area of misty mountains, Buddhist temples and diverse Hill Tribe cultures, as well as a thriving social scene. Chiang Mai has been rated among the top 10 most livable cities in Asia. It has a laid-back atmosphere, enjoys a tropical climate tempered by altitude most of the year, and, above all, is affordable. The lifestyle achievable means that most of our teachers renew their initial contract.
Support Worker for a 7 year old child on the autistic spectrum.
Varee Chiang Mai International School is seeking a support worker for a 7 year old child on the autistic spectrum. The successful candidate will work with the child in his classroom to enable him to access the British Year 2 curriculum by helping him to focus on and complete tasks set by the class teacher. The person appointed will also supervise the child at break times and lunch times.
The successful candidate will be employed by the parents, but will work under the direction of the School Principal and Head of Primary.
The person we are looking for must be educated to degree level, ideally in an educational or child care field and be able to speak English to a good standard (a TOEIC certificate demonstrating this, is required). There is no requirement to speak Thai and this position may suit an ASEAN national.
Experience of working with children with developmental differences is highly desirable, though not essential.
The successful candidate must be available to start work as soon as possible, but by January 6th 2020 at the latest.
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15th November 2019. Early applications are encouraged and the school reserves the right to make an early appointment when a suitable candidate is found.
Start Date: As soon as possible or 6 January 2020 latest
Applicants should forward a cover letter and CV to email@example.com