LINGUIST List 13.1723

Tue Jun 18 2002

Jobs: ESL: Instructor, Mahidol Univ Salaya, Thailand

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  1. Dr.William Bloch, ESL: Instructor, Mahidol Univ Salaya, The Language Center, Thailand

Message 1: ESL: Instructor, Mahidol Univ Salaya, The Language Center, Thailand

Date: 18 Jun 2002 20:51:51 -0000
From: Dr.William Bloch <>
Subject: ESL: Instructor, Mahidol Univ Salaya, The Language Center, Thailand

Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: English Language Instructor
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Mahidol University Salaya, The Language
Department: Faculty of Graduate Studies
State or Province: Bangkok
Country: Thailand
Final Date of Application: open
Contact: Dr. William Bloch

Address for Applications:
BuddhaMonthon Sai 4
Nakhon Pathom 73170

Teaching Position - Mahidol University Salaya, Thailand

The Language Center of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol
University Salaya, is looking for an experienced English Language
Instructor. The campus is located approximately 15 miles west of
central Bangkok. Job responsibilities include keeping full-time daily
office hours, editing thesis abstracts for graduate students, teaching
academic English to graduate level students (approximately 6-9 hours
per week) and writing course materials and exams. Compensation is
36,580 / month (including housing) with a one year contract. A one
month bonus (B28,580) will be paid upon satisfactory completion of the
contract. Some extra classes with extra pay are available.

The ideal candidate must:
* be a native-speaker of English (experience teaching at university
level in Thailand preferred) with have good editing, writing skills
* be able to work as part of a team and must be flexible
* have at least a Master's degree, in TEFL/TESL, science/technology,
social science, etc., TESL certificate preferred
* be available for in-country interview

If you have an interest, please send your resume to:

Dr. William Lee Bloch, Coordinator, The Language Center, 
Mahidol University Salaya
fax: 662-441-9317 [no phone calls please]
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