ACEP will begin its fourth year in mid-March 2015 and due to continued expansion we are seeking Early Childhood, Primary AND Secondary teachers. We are seeking applicants who are QUALIFIED to teach in schools in the western countries stated ONLY.
Assumption College English Program school (ACEP) is currently seeking Early Childhood, General Primary, Primary Computers and Secondary (Science, Mathematics, English and ‘Occupational Works’) teachers for positions commencing in March, 2015.
POSITION AND APPLICATION PROCESS DETAILS:
1) This is our first round of recruitment for the 2015 school year.
2) All appointments are for a period of one year beginning in mid-March, 2015.
3) We are seeking applicants who are qualified to teach in regular primary/secondary schools in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa ONLY. Applicants who have RECENT teaching experience in these countries are encouraged to apply.
4) ALL applicants MUST be qualified with a Bachelor Degree major in Education OR a post graduate teaching certificate (Dip. Ed or PGCE equivalent).
5) Year 1-3 teachers teach English, Mathematics and Science to their own ‘Homeroom’ class only. They are responsible for the welfare of the students in their class as teachers are in Western Countries.
6) Year 4-6 teachers specialise in teaching either English, Mathematics or Science, Computers or PE Health and teach more than one class. These teachers are also responsible for the welfare of their ‘Homeroom’ class as teachers are in Western Countries. SECONDARY TRAINED TEACHERS are welcome to apply for these positions.
7) Year 7 – 12 teachers teach their subject of specialisation as secondary teachers are required to do in Western Countries. Most of these teachers also have their own Homeroom class.
8) We will require Computer teachers for our primary classes.
9) We will require an ‘Occupational Works’ teacher to teach art, craft, cooking and textiles to our secondary students.
10) We may require a PE/Health teacher for our primary classes.
11) All teachers teach for approximately 18 hours per week.
12) Class sizes are a maximum of 25 students for all Year Levels.
13) Successful applicants will receive a remuneration package that includes salary, living allowance, health insurance and approximately nine weeks paid holiday.
14) APPLICATION AND INTERVIEW PROCESS:
- Applications should be sent directly to – email@example.com
- NOTE: If applications do not have the following information they will not be considered:
i) The email’s subject should state the preferred teaching position (for example, ‘Secondary Mathematics Position’ or ‘Primary Position’).
ii) A short introductory email
iii) Your CV
iv) A recent photograph.
- During early November, we will send an extensive Information Package to short listed applicants only.
- Skype Interviews will be conducted in November.
15) For further information about our school please look at our website – (www.acep.ac.th) or Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ACEPschool).
MORE DETAILS ABOUT OUR SCHOOL:
ACEP is a Thai-bilingual, co-educational school for primary and secondary school students. The subjects that ACEP students learn with foreign teachers include English, Mathematics, Science, Physical Education/Health and Computers.
After operating an English Program within Assumption College’s primary and secondary school campuses since 2002, the brand new, purpose built ACEP campus was opened in March 2012.
In its founding year ACEP educated just 255 students in Years 1, 4, 7 and 10 only. During its second year, the student population grew to nearly 600 students in Year 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10 and 11 classes.
Since March 2014, the school has educated students in Years 1-12 and educated almost 900 students.
We expect enrolments to be more than 1,100 students from March, 2015.
The new school is built on 36 hectares of land, approximately 30 kilometres south-west of the city centre, on Rama II Road. Teachers are provided with transport to and from the campus each day. The enormous land area, modern architecture and school’s focus on technology combine to create an ideal environment for students to learn and for teachers to work.