EXPLORE A CAREER WITH US
Are you looking for a teaching job in Vietnam?
We are currently advertising numerous positions for those interested in an international teaching job at one of the largest bilingual school in Vietnam.
VAS has nearly 7,500 students and 2,000 employees spread across 7 campuses in Ho Chi Minh City. We offer a unique blended Cambridge international and local Vietnamese curriculum through Kindergarten to Grade 12.
If you aspire to teach abroad in Vietnam, then we encourage you to spend a few minutes of your time to explore what we can offer you as a new member of our school.
Available teaching jobs
Primary and Kindergarten Teaching Positions in DISTRICT 7 (Non-certified, starting end of summer 2023)
Primary School · Riverside Campus
Design Technology Coordinator (Expat)
Central Academic Division · BTH Campus and HQ, Sunrise Campus
Primary Group Curriculum Coordinator
Central Academic Division · BTH Campus and HQ
Secondary Physics Teacher - starting end of summer 2023
Secondary School · Garden Hills Campus
Secondary School Music Teacher - starting end of summer 2023
Workplace & Culture
Your friends and coworkers at VAS will come from various English speaking countries from all over the world. When you work here you will enjoy the mix of international and Vietnamese educational programs and teaching styles - an amazing opportunity to grow and to learn from two different worlds.
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We normally try to start our recruitment around December or January for the new school year.
We would like to receive your:
- Latest updated CV
- Tailored cover letter
You may also want to attach below documents as we would require them if you are selected to move forward in the process:
- All degrees/certificates
- PGCE/QTS/Teaching license, TEFL, TESOL, CELTA or similar
- 3 References
- First Page of your passport
First, our HR team will screen all applicants and select those that are evaluated to be qualified for a role at VAS. Candidates who fail the screening round will receive a general email regarding the result.
Second, one of our HR representatives will reach out to you to see if you would like to join us for an interview in-person or over Skype.
Third, successful candidates will be invited for a second in-person or Skype interview with our senior management team from one of our campuses.
Fourth, if you have been successful then our HR team will get in touch with you and prepare an offer you cannot resist.
Our teachers normally start by the end of July each year. The first semester kicks off in the middle of August.
VAS receives thousands of applicants each year. Hundreds of them are successfully shortlisted but only a small number are contacted for an interview.
If you have not received any feedback it means that you are still in our list of potential candidates.
We understand that feedback is important and try our best to communicate with all of those who have any questions.
Please feel free to write a message to any of us at any time and we will try to reply as soon as possible.
About Vietnam Australia International School
Vietnam Australia International School (VAS) pursues the vision of “Being a growing school group of excellence”. VAS provides students with a solid foundation by delivering a harmonious combination of the Vietnamese National and the Cambridge International education programmes, preparing them to be successful in life and higher education whilst preserving Vietnamese values.
To realize this vision, VAS has built a strong community of national and international teachers, staff and managers, who passionately and effectively deliver VAS’s educational programmes. In addition, VAS aims to excel in communicating and engaging parents to create a partnership where families support our educational staff and objectives to ensure that all students achieve their full potential.