Employment Type
Contract Length
1 Year+
Student Level
Early Childhood Pre-School Elementary Middle School High School University Students Adults

Job Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree
  • TESL/TEFL Certificate over 100 hours
  • 1 year of teaching experience

Job Benefits

  • Competitive salary with a performance-based contract completion bonus
  • Possible Incentive Bonus
  • Relocation bonus, company health insurance scheme, visa, and work permit costs covered by Apollo
  • Fully paid leave: 13 days of annual leave and up to 11 days of public holidays (applying to one-year contracts)

Company Description

Apollo English has been teaching English to students across Vietnam since 1995. We aim to be a place where the best become better, and that applies to our teaching staff as well as our students. We offer excellent teaching resources, professional development opportunities, support from an experienced and qualified academic management team, and comprehensive HR relocation support. We are seeking teachers committed to learning and developing as professionals to join our teams across Vietnam.

At Apollo you can expect:

- A commitment to ongoing professional development and high-quality teaching standards
- A wide range of resources and modern facilities
- A variety of courses and learners
- Academic and personal support from a dedicated team
- Opportunities for career development

Job Description


- Planning communicative, student-centered, and participative lessons while following a designated syllabus
- Participating in professional development activities. These include training sessions, peer observations, and developmental observations led by senior academic team members
- Teaching across our range of levels, ages, and courses
- Administering and marking course tests
- Writing student reports
- Conducting placement testing
- Teaching off-site classes, as required
- Average teaching hours: normally scheduled at 12-16 hours per week. Classes run from 7:30 am to 10:00 pm Monday through Friday; 7:45 am to 8:15 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Split shifts are sometimes inevitable, though they are avoided where possible. Whenever possible, teachers are scheduled for two consecutive days off.