We are looking for well qualified English language and English literature teachers to teach in established educational institutions in Singapore.
- Applicants must be English native speakers from UK, America, Australian, New Zealand, or Canada, who holds a degree in English language, English literature, or majoring in any Humanities.
- 3 or more years of English teaching experience would be an advantage.
- PR status is NOT required.
- Both part-time and full-time positions available.
Preferably with 3 years and above of teaching experience.
Salary range with 3 years of experience and above ranges from S$2600 to $4500 a month.
30 to 36 (max) classes a week
Duration of each class is from 30 to 40 min
No experience is needed for part-time teachers.
Salary will commensurate with level of students taught, and frequency of classes.
Interested applicants to send a copy of your detailed resume to [Edited by Site Admin. This forum does not accept adverts.]
Information on Singapore:
Singapore is a sunny island situated in South East Asia, just north of the equator, between the countries Malaysia and Indonesia.
Singapore is a meritocratic society, without gender, race or religious discrimination. We have an affordable world-class healthcare system. High quality of living, we are clean, green and safe (low crime rates). Ease of communication as English is the language of administration and one of the official languages.
Inflation is comparatively low at 1.7% (2004), low taxation of between 0-22%, so you know you get to keep most of what you earn. Public transport is cheap and easily accessible. Public amenities like swimming pools, stadiums, etc. are conveniently located.
Teaching in Singapore:
Primary Schools : Ages 7-12
Secondary Schools: Ages 13-17
Junior Colleges: Ages 17-18
Great emphasis is placed on raising the standards of education in Singapore. Teachers are well-regarded and well-paid. Students in Singapore are typically well-disciplined, orderly and hardworking. The education environment here is one that encourages creativity, and fosters active participation and discussion.