Education & Training
RMIT Vietnam is the Asian hub of Melbourne-based University RMIT - Australia's largest tertiary institution. RMIT Vietnam is the largest offshore campus in the world with three campuses based in Saigon, Hanoi and Da Nang. The RMIT Vietnam School of English & University Pathways is endorsed by NEAS, Australias English Language Training quality assurance scheme and offers a range of programs designed to support students English language development, at any level, from higher education or IELTS preparation to supporting and developing their teaching careers.
Competitive hourly rates ranging from $28.50 $37.00 USD (gross) per teaching hour (based on qualifications and experience).
Ongoing professional development and mentoring.
World class teaching facilities and resources.
Regular opportunities to progress from hourly rate to full time member of staff.
Free access to on-site international medical centre and private health insurance.
Saigon: On-site gym and recreational facilities, including tennis courts and sports fields.
Hanoi: On-site gym.
On-site world class Library and free access to RMIT Melbourne online library.
Ideal location with an abundance of accommodation, shops, restaurants, cafes and supermarkets in close proximity to campus.
Support and guidance with Visa, Work Permit, and Residence Card processes (and reimbursement for reasonable costs).
The majority of the School's courses run for 10-12 weeks, Monday to Friday, between 8am and 6pm. Evening and weekend work is also available and schedules could be a mix of weekday and weekend work depending on needs and teachers availability.
Offers of teaching hours will be based on new enrolments and within each term or teaching schedule can range from no teaching schedule to a full teaching schedule where the Actual Teaching Hours, ordinarily, would not exceed 20 Teaching Hours. There are also periods of the year, based on enrolments, where it is possible that no teaching hours will be available.
To be considered for this position, candidates must meet the following criteria:
A Bachelor's degree.
At least 3 years of cumulative teaching experience in a similar role (formally supported by a statement of service.)
A recognised international qualification in teaching English as a foreign/second/further language (such as CELTA or equivalent.)
For more information please refer to the JD below
For your information:
Work Permit requirements are subject to change. RMIT Vietnam will support preferred candidates with the Work Permit application process but reserves the right to rescind a job offer if required documentation is not provided by the candidate within a reasonable timeframe.
For more details about Work Permit requirements please click HERE.
Below you will find more information about life at RMIT, as well as living and working in Vietnam
HOW TO APPLY
Click on the Apply Now link. We accept applications throughout the year.
For general queries prior to applying, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: 31 Dec 2020 SE Asia Standard Time
Trans and Gender Diverse applicants
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We recognise the challenges faced by the trans and gender diverse community when applying for a new role.
At RMIT, we aim to support you from the start. Our Talent Acquisition team are active members of the RMIT Ally network.
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