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Employer claiming to be Sri Utama school in Malaysia

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  • Eslbase
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    9 January, 2017 at 9:53
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    An advert was posted recently by someone claiming to be the Sekolah Sri Utama in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:

    We are seeking native English speakers teachers for Class room teaching position. Location of this job is Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    Contract term: 12-24 Months
    Minimum 25 teaching hours per week
    Starting: January/February 2017 and recruitment

    Take home salary: 14,700 MYR without bonus (bonus to be discussed)
    Paid holiday
    School lunch
    Accommodation and Medical Insurance

    Bachelor or above degree
    Native English speakers; nationalities from UK, USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand are preferred
    For teaching young children and adults, good communication skills and patience would be required.
    Be responsible and professional; be punctual and consistent in attendance.
    Certifications in TEFL, EL, TESL, TESOL, CELTA or equivalent are a plus.
    The act of teaching must have an outgoing personality, good interpersonal relations, patience, and have a genuine love for all students.
    How to apply
    Please send us your CV, certificate, cover letter and other related documents to:
    sriutamacareer@gmail.com

    All your documents will be strictly on employment purpose.

    Warning signs:
    1. A gmail address rather than an email address from the real school domain
    2. An unrealistically high salary (about 3000 euros a month)
    3. Several instances of questionable English

    The genuine website for the school can be found here: https://www.sriutama.edu.my/

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