TEFL Korea

TOEFL Teaching in Korea

TOEIC Test Writer – Seoul

YBM is seeking a full-time TOEIC test writer in Seoul YBM is Korea’s premier provider of English language content and services–the largest publisher of English study materials and also the largest language institute in South Korea. YBM’s Editorial Department is seeking a full-time test writer for TOEIC (Test of English for International Communication). Candidates must be native speakers of English and should have a strong knowledge of English grammar, and experience in writing materials for standardized English tests. A full-time TOEIC test writer • Writing and revising passages and items of TOEIC Listening and Reading Test • Copy editing and
Work For WordVice

English Editor – Bundang

Wordvice have proofread and edited more than 16,000 documents for scholars, businesses, and professionals on a 24/7 basis. (wordvice.com) Our goal is to assist scholars, researchers, students, writers, and businesses around the world by editing their academic and professional writing for publication or submission. In addition to proofreading business, we are currently developing online/mobile English writing courses for ESL students and businesses in Asia. (bizcoach.co.kr) Wordvice is a fast growing startup that focuses on building a profitable and sustainable business with various stakeholders. Our team consists of previous hedge fund manager, ex-IBM developer, translators and project managers from the UK,
Seocho Seoul

English Editor/Writer (2.8 M KRW Per Month)

English Book Writer and Editor (Seocho, Seoul)  PMG Eduspa is accepting applications for a full-time English Writer, proofreader and editor. The applicant will be required to look over English material and check for commonality in standard English, check for accuracy and any “Konglish”-type errors. Applicant may also be asked to perform for internet lectures or be a voice actor for English-learning recordings. -Native English Speaker (US, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa) -Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in communication, journalism, English education, English Literature, or relative majors. Candidates with additional qualifications in ELT are preferred. -At least 1
Teach With Fast One English Korea

Teach Adults 1:1 In Seoul

FastONE Yeoksam Center (an adult-only 1:1 Engli) is Hiring in Seoul! We’re an adult-only 1:1 English language institution located 30 seconds from Yeoksam station

Should I teach in Korea or Taiwan?

Should I teach in Korea or Taiwan? I spent a few years in Taiwan…. and a couple of years in Korea…. To qualify to teach in both countries you’ll need to be a native speaker with a 4 year degree.. You’ll work longer hours in Korea, but you’ll earn more than Taiwan…
Dajeon South Korea

Teach English In Daejeon Korea (24 New Jobs)

Teach English In Daejeon Korea (24 New Jobs) Job # 24 Salary : 2.1-2.3 million won per month. Ages: elementary/middle Schedule: Mon – Friday Working hours : 30 teaching hours Hours – 1:10~9:10 (teaching only Elm); 2~10:05 (teaching upper Elm + Mid)
Bundang Korea

Teach English In Bundang, Korea (18 New Jobs)

Teach English In Bundang, Korea 18 ESL Teaching Jobs In Bundang Job#18 Student type: Kindergarten to elementary Location : Dongtan ? near Bundang Salary : 2.1~2.3 million won Working Hours : 9AM to 6PM Work Days : M~F Housing : Single # of Foreign Teachers : 3
Teaching In Ilsan Korea

Teach English In Ilsan Korea | 25 Jobs

Teach English In Ilsan Korea | 25 Jobs Job #25 1.9am-7.30pm 2. M to F 3. 2.9million 4. Vacation: 10 days + National holidays 5. Severance: 6. Medical insurance and Pension: 50% paid by the school 7. Housing- Furnished Studio or allowance 8. Air fare- One way
Teach Business English in Songdo Korea

Teach English In Incheon Korea (29 New Jobs)

Teach English In Incheon Korea – Jobs for ESL Teachers 29 English Teaching Jobs in Incheon Area Job # 29 Public schools Job  – Employer : Public elementary/middle schools in SEOUL – Location : BUSAN, INCHEON, DAEGU, and the other parts of Korea
Teach in Korea ESL Starter

Teach In Seoul Public Schools (Choose Elementary, Middle or High School)

Fantastic Teaching Jobs in Korea – Start February or August Teaching English in Korea offers you a unique opportunity to part of a local community, share your knowledge and experience exciting new cultural horizons! From laid-back beach-side town to traditional rural community to buzzing metropolis, we can help you secure the location that you really want. In-Brief Start date: February or August (full orientation to be followed by placement at assigned school) Working days: Monday – Friday Working hours: 8.30AM – 4.30PM or 9AM – 5PM (depending on school) Teaching hours: 22 classes per week (so 3 or 4 classes
Incheon Cafe

Incheon Public School (Up to 2.7 M KRW Per Month)

Incheon Public School (Up to 2.7 M KRW Per Month) Employer : Public elementary/middle schools in SEOUL – Location :INCHEON – Job start date: August, Sept, Oct.2017. – Salary: 2.0-2.7 million KRW – Working hours: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM – One-month severance bonus at the end of one year contract – Student age group: elementary – middle school students – 18 days paid vacation minimum – Teaching hours: 22 hours per week – Must have a Bachelor degree in Education or English or TESOL (100hours) – 1.3 M KRW of Entrance allowance is provided Apply Now
Teaching ESL In Daegu

Teach English In Daegu Korea

Teach English In Daegu Korea 33 New Jobs 33 Updated: March 27, 2017 1 Native or Gyopo teachers are needed in Soosung-gu Daegu Salary: 2.4+   Overtime: 20,000   Class Level: Pre-s,Elementary Location: DAEGU  Starting Date: 2017-07-01 32 Updated: March 27, 2017 1 Native or Gyopo teachers are needed in Soosung-gu Daegu Salary: 2.4+   Overtime: 20,000   Class Level: Pre-s,Elementary Location: DAEGU  Starting Date: 2017-09-10 31 Updated: March 27, 2017 Full Time / Daegu, Gyangsan / Adult TESOL Start Date: May  Salary Range: 2.5 mil  Working Hours: Weds 9:00-6:00pm / Sat: 12:00-10:00pm / Sun: 10:00-6:00pm / Mon&Tues OFF  APT Housing / Severance / Pension / Health / No Airfare / Etc 30 Updated: March 27, 2017
Tattoo popularity in Korea

What do Koreans think of teachers with tattoos?

Answer: Are you teaching English through a hagwon or EPIK? EPIK will be more stringent about it and when you do your health check the nurse may see them when you take your shirt off for a chest xray. Possibly he/she could tell the EPIK coordinator, and they may not be pleased if you didn’t reveal that on the EPIK disclosure paper. EPIK will still hire you with tattoos, but don’t show them during class. The only issue I could see is if you’re going out in the summer with your students through EPIK or a hagwon and students or
Teaching Private lessons Korea

The 1/3 Private Teaching Rule in Korea?

Question: My hagwon contract states 30 hours per week. My recruiter said I can only teach a maximum of 10 extra hours (1/3) at a second part time job. Anybody heard of this rule? I’ve never heard of the 1/3 rule. I suppose it could be true.