Full-time ESL Teaching Positions Available in Hanoi, Vietnam

VIETNAM / Washington English Center

Washington English Center is seeking hardworking and enthusiastic English teachers for the academic year beginning this August/September. Washington has a successful partnership programme with many public schools in Hanoi, Vietnam’s vibrant and bustling capital, and runs evening and weekend classes at their language centre. Numerous positions are available for the partnership programme across primary, middle and high schools as well as in-house lessons.

Great benefits include:

  • Up to US$25 per hour (based on experience and qualifications)
  • Contract Completion Bonus (up to US$900)
  • Invitation letter for Visa on Arrival
  • Work permit organised and paid for
  • Help obtaining work visa (applicant pays – about US$135)
  • Health insurance
  • Help setting up bank account
  • Help finding accommodation
  • Teach in two or three schools
  • Students aged from Grade 1 – Grade 12
  • Vietnamese Teaching Assistant in all public school classes

Working hours:

  • 9 or 12 month contract
  • 15-25 teaching hours per week
  • Minimum 60 hours per month
  • Flexible schedule
  • Up to 20 days holiday (unpaid)
  • Monthly meetings to share experience

Ideally, you should:

  • be a native speaker (the public schools with which we work will only accept teachers from the UK, USA, Australia, Canada, South Africa or New Zealand)
  • have a degree in education or a Bachelor’s Degree with a TEFL/CELTA/TESL/TESOL Qualification
  • have a passion for English
  • have a desire to work with children
  • have a clean police check from your home country

Previous experience is welcomed but not necessary as training can be provided

If you’re interested in joining WEC’s dynamic teaching team then please get in touch with Andrew via email (please include your CV and the name of this website) : wyatt_andrewj@hotmail.com

Expires: Aug 1, 2018

Washington English Center


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