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We are in search of qualified, talented and motivated professionals to join our team. Our multicultural will enjoy a supportive atmosphere with opportunities for professional development both in-house and by Nacel International School System (NISS). At Saint Paul American School, we place the highest value on our staff community and commit ourselves to developing educators who share our common goals of student success. You will have the opportunity to work with students that are eager to learn and achieve ambitious goals. All the while you'll be living in the exciting and vibrant city of Yangon, Myanmar, and have access to centuries of history, world-class cultural events, and a growing global community.
We have planned for and prepared the best facilities for our growing community of educators and students. These facilities will foster a positive and healthy environment while providing the best tools and technology for a quality and enduring education.
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At Saint Paul we encourage inquisitive minds. If you don’t ask the question you won’t find the answers! Check out some of our most frequently asked questions below. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Get in touch.
Please make sure to read and follow directions precisely to avoid any visa delays
At the time of this publication, the processing time for a work visa is 100 days. This includes:
- Sending original documents to and from your home country and Myanmar.
- Successfully completing and submitting a background check.
- Performing required health checks.
Remember to be punctual with tasks you must complete on your end as there are several steps to the process.
*If you don’t live near an embassy, agencies are available to help in the visa process!
- Typically, landlords will ask for a 1 month deposit plus the first 3 months’ rent upon signing the contract.
- Keep in mind, there is an agency fee as well. (see Housing)
Monthly rent varies upon area – doing some research ahead of time is recommended.
Basic necessities (bedroom and bathroom items)
- There are a large variety of basic western necessities available in Yangon at a low cost. If you’re planning on bringing some essentials, please note that there are airline restrictions on many items for either checked or carry-on bags.
This usually includes weight restrictions, liquids, some electronics – refer to your airline
Deodorant and lotions can be difficult to find and is not available in all stores
Many lotions contain whitening agents.
- Obtaining a new SIM card and/or phone is a relatively simple process after arriving
If you bring your existing phone, be sure it is “unlocked” or free from contract restrictions.
WOMEN: Feminine hygiene products such as tampons, are not readily available in most shops. You can, however, purchase them online or seek out one of the many shops around Yangon that specialize in foreign goods.
When packing clothes, think essentials. There are hundreds of shopping malls in Yangon with popular brands.
Ticket price is directly linked to comfort for many airlines. Also, Invest in a neck-pillow for the long flight from your hometown to Yangon. Not only will this keep you comfortable, but also save you neck from unnecessary strain. During the flight, try to stand up several times in the aisle to stretch your legs and back. This will make your flight as pleasant as possible.
Try to wear comfortable, durable clothing. Plan for security checkpoints and for long-periods of sitting and waiting. Belts, loose change, hats and portable electronics can be a hassle at security checkpoints. Store nearly everything you will need for the flight in your carry-on bag and have your laptop, if you have one, easily accessible to remove for security checks. The more prepared you are for the on-boarding process in the airport, the smoother the transition will be. Plan for function, not fashion.