Longer Term Positions with VWB

Grade 4 ESL Teachers (Part Time) - (Read more/read less.)

The Volunteers Without Borders Foundation is looking for experienced ESL Primary School teachers (active or retired), who would be willing to teach Grade 4 students drawn from a number of different schools. The programme will soon be extended to cover Grade 5 and 6 students and will, follow our own curriculium and will be conducted at the Sanpatong Experiential Education Centre.

The programme will last for the duration of the Thai Government terms and will be run on Saturdays in a semi-rural area, just outside Chiang Mai. Teachers could work for the length of the programme or become part of a pool of teachers on rotation. 

Use our General Enquiry Form to request more information on work schedule, compensation, work permits, visas.

 

Primary ESL Materials Developer (Part time) - (Read more/read less.)

The Volunteers Without Borders Foundation is looking for an experienced ESL Primary School teacher (active or retired), with the skills to develop detailed lesson plans and communicative materials for Grade 4 learners in a semi-rural setting.

The programme will soon be extended to cover Grade 5 and 6 students and will, follow our own curriculium and will be conducted at the Sanpatong Experiential Education Centre.

Students will be drawn from a number of schools in the surrounding area. The lessons, focusing predominantly on oral skills, are intended to supplement and complement the school curriculum. Lessons can be developed off-site but the developer should be computer literate and based in the Chiang Mai area.

Use our General Enquiry Form to request more information on work schedule, compensation, work permits, visas.

 

VWB Volunteers - On the Responsible Tourism Alliance Project - (Read more/read less.)

VWB is providing volunteer support for the development of the Responsible Tourism Alliance Project. This involves working on your own, or as part of a small task force to assist new RTA Business Partners with the following:

  • Developing or refining their business models.
     
  • Establishing their business profiles on the RTA Database and search system including taking and uploading photos.
  • Creating and uploading PDFs or Ebrochures.
     
  • Developing and adding to their RTA Best Practices Database.
     
  • Establishing and uploading their barter trade contributions.
     
  • Developing their blog pages.
     
  • Identifying and developing their second revenue streams (where needed.)

The work is generally undertaken along designated tourist routes that radiate out from and between tourism destinations and is conducted on behalf of locally owned micro and small tourism businesses (accommodation, activities, attractions, workshops.)

The assignments are normally arranged by RTA Local Agents (where appointed) or can be requested through the volunteer assignments forum on the RTA website.

VWB Volunteers on this programmes are compensated by the RTA Business partners they assist in RTA Travel Vouchers, the face value of which can be traded for products and services provided by other RTA Business Partners elsewhere.

If you have the skills required and want to subsidise your travels this in an excellent opportunity to do so. 

Use our General Enquiry Form to request more information on work schedule, compensation, work permits, visas.

 

University Study Groups, Interns, Graduates on Work Placement - (Read more/read less.)

Track of the Tiger T.R.D. an experiential education services provider and primary sponsor of the Volunteers Without Borders Foundation is internships or those seeking work placement an interesting opportunity across 3 areas:

  1. Experiential Education - Develop your skills in the field of experiential education as a trainee at the Sanpatong Experiential Education Centre, The Maekok River Village Resort & Student Centre, or on Track of the Tiger's Corporate Team Building Programmes.
     
  2. Volunteering - Hands on involvement in the delivery of VWB's projects that would see you working in small 2-3 person task forces, and employing a wide range of skills. 
     
  3. Thai/English Translator - VWB has an immediate requirement for a Thai/English language translator to work with our foreign volunteer task forces on the RTA project. 

Use our General Enquiry Form to request more information on work schedule, compensation, work permits, visas.


   
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