Primary and Secondary Tutors in English, Science and Maths


We are looking for graduate teachers with excellent subject knowledge to join our thriving tutoring agency. Key subject areas are Maths, English Language and Literature and Science. You will have the ability to teach up to minimum 16 and ideally 18 years old. Experience working with young people in any capacity is necessary, together with teacher training. We will provide full in-service support and curriculum guidance. Candidates will be able to build excellent interpersonal relationships with students working in a personal 1-1 or small group environment. Candidates must also display initiative and the ability to work closely as part of a small team as well as independently.

Bachelors Degree in relevant subject area.
2 years professional experience – not necessarily teaching experience.
A teaching qualification – PGCE / Masters in Education / TEFL
Subject knowledge excellence
Experience working with young people
Ability to make excellent, empathetic relationships with young people in a personal, 1-1 environment

Very competitive salary
Friendly company run by British teachers
Full and part-time positions
Fully modernised accommodation with pool, nearby all modern amenities, in quiet suburban area of Saigon – 5 minutes from Academy and 15 minutes from centre of town for full-time teachers
Contracts between 9 months and 18 months, renewable
Visa and work permit organized and paid for by ITG
Health insurance for full-time teachers
A new staff welcoming program provided
Admin support to assist with all areas of the transition to Vietnam

Please email your CV along with a cover letter to

Expires: July 20, 2018


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