Teach English in Korea – SeoulESL
[SeoulESL] We’re hiring for English teachers to teach in both the EPIK and GEPIK public school programs in Korea and also at private schools in several Korean cities.
There are 19 open teaching positions in Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Jeju and Gyunggi. You can visit the SeoulESL website to see the full job list.
Here are 2 jobs available in fantastic Seoul locations:
You’ll teach at a private language school. Otherwise know as a “Hagwon”.
The school is in Songpa-gu, seoul. Home of Olympic Park and Lotte World indoor amusement park.
You’ll teach primary to middle school Korean kids.
Teaching hours are from 3 pm until 9:30 pm.
The teaching wage is between 2.2 million won to 2.4 million won per month.
You’re entitled to 10 vacation days per 12 month contract. Also, you’ll receive Korean public holidays off.
There are 3 native English teachers.
The school provides single housing with furniture.
Other benefits include a severance payment if you complete a 1 year contract and pension and health insurance contributions by your employer.
Your airfare will also be reimbursed to Korea.
This is another private academy position in Songpa-gu, Seoul.
The teaching start date is September, 2016.
The grades you’ll teacher are kindergarten to elementary grade students.
Teaching hours will run from 9:40 in the morning until 6:40 in the evenings.
There are 6 native teachers.
Base salary is 2.1 to 2.6 million won per month depending on qualifications and experience.
You can expect about 2 weeks of vacation time and national Korean holidays off.
The school provide nice, new and clean fully furnished housing for a single person.
You’ll also receive reimbursement for your one way plane ticket to Korea.
Korean national pension and medical insurance payments are also subsidized monthly.
Once you complete a 1 year contract you’re entitled to a 1 month severance payment.
In order to apply, please make sure you have these visa documents prepared:
BA degree or higher. It must be apostilled or if you’re a Canadian it must be notarized from a Korean consulate in Canada.
An apostilled country wide criminal record check. If you’re from Canada it should be notarized. It must be be a record check from the RCMP or CPIC and notarized by a Korean consulate.
You’ll need a valid passport.
Your resume which includes a current photograph of yourself in a .jpg file format Please include whether you have teaching experience in Korea.
Please note that SeoulESL’s teaching positions are updated daily as we fill them. Some may be posted today and then a teacher is hired tomorrow.
According to Korean law, all recruiting agencies must be licenses with the Ministry of Korean labor to make sure of fair and safe business practices for foreigners.
We advise not to use an unregistered teacher placement agency. This could put your employment situation at risk.
To contact SeoulESL (ESL Consulting Inc.) our details are below:
401, 4 Bangbaero gil, Seocho-ku, Seoul South Korea
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