Thursday, July 31, 2008

Teach English in Hai Phong, Vietnam

Tyndale Education Group <tyndale.recruitment.vn@gmail.com>

Date: Thursday, 31 July 2008, at 5:50 a.m.

Positions include
• General English teaching to adults and children of all ages.

Start date : AUGUST,SEPTEMBER 2008

Job requirements for teaching positions
. Native English speaker
. Recognised Degree
. CELTA, TEFL or equivalent
. Minimum of six months experience

We offer
. Commitment to professional development and high teaching standards
. Working visa
. Accommodation and the school subsidises most of the bills
. Vietnamese lessons
. Dinner
. US$ 1,000 per month and bonus for completion the contract
( Living costs in Hai Phong are 300-400USD per month. Class contact hours are a maximum of 20 hours per week. Teachers work five days a week. Sunday and one other day off per week and are free from their duties during normal Vietnamese holiday periods or additional government approved non-teaching days. )

Location
Hai Phong, Viet Nam

Teaching term
Six, nine or twelve months

Hai Phong is located in the delta of the Red River, on the coast of the South China Sea, it is the third largest city of Vietnam and is one of the largest ports in Vietnam. It is approximately 100 kilometres from Hanoi, located on the north-east coast, it is within easy reach of a number of renowned destinations such as Ha Long bay (a UNESCO World Heritage site), Cat Ba Island, Ninh Binh and even China, making it an ideal base for travel. There is also a local airport, Cat Bi, which has regular flights to HCMC and Macau. There is also a regular bus service to Hanoi which takes around 2 hours on average . Within Hai Phong there are a number of local attractions such as Do Son beach, Elephant mountain, Lach Tray Stadium and Hai Phong museum. With regard to nightlife there are a number of bars, cafes and discos to choose from, most noticeably around the Minh Khai district. Hai Phong also has a selection of international hotels and resturants serving Chinese, Thai, Korean, Japanese and Western cusine. There is also the Parkson Plaza complex which has an extensive range of clothing, footwear, jewelery, cosmetics, etc imported from all over the world. The Plaza also has a bowling alley (10 lanes) and a Western style,English film, cinema with 7 screens (the largest outside HCMC). However, Haiphong is unique in that, despite its size, it has a very small expat community which makes it a uniquely Vietnamese city, with very little foreign influence on day to day life. There are ample opportunities to immerse yourself into Vietnamese culture and truly experience a Vietnamese way of life.

How to Apply
Please forward the following to our recruitment department, e-mail : tyndale.recruitment.vn@gmail.com
. Full CV, dated and with referees
. Copy of passport page with details and photograph

For more information about the Tyndale Education Group see www.tyndale.edu.sg

1 comment:

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