Teach In Korea – JobInKorea

Teach In Korea – JobInKorea

EPIK English in Korea

[JobInKorea] Korean public schools are looking for ESL teachers who wish to teach in the EPIK and GEPIK English programs. There are 700 public school teaching jobs available.

We also have 100 jobs if you would like to teach English at a private hagwon (language institute) in South Korea.

Job : #8 – Public School

  • We are looking for teachers for the March, 2017 EPIK and GEPIK program in Korea. There are positions in many Korean locations.
  • The teaching salary is 2.0 M KRW to 2.7 M KRW per month.
  • You will teach elementary, middle and high school students from 8:40 in the morning until 4:40 in the late afternoon.
  • Benefits are:
  • A return airplane ticket, medical insurance, a 1 month severance bonus and 18 days of vacation.
  • JobinKorea is a recognized partner recruiter for EPIK. We hire teachers for public schools throughout the ROK.
  • Cities include: Jeju Island, Gwangju, Busan, Incheon, Daegu, Gwangju, Seoul, Ulsan, and many more.

Public schools application link

http://www.publicschoolsinkorea.com/apply/

Here’s a 3rd party video about an EPIK apartment tour with an EPIK teacher in Korea

Job : #13018 – Private School

  • This ESL teaching job is located in Seoul. Specifically the affluent Gangnam area. It starts September 1, 2016
  • To qualify, you must be a native English speaker.
  • The teaching hours are from 9 am until 6 pm daily.
  • Salary is 2.1 M KRW to 2.3 M KRW each month.
  • You’ll teach kindergarten students.
  • Benefits: One way airfare, health insurance, pension contributions, severance pay and 15 days of paid vacation.

Private school application link

http://jobinkorea.co.kr/esl/application/apply/apply.php

When you apply, please send us the below information so we can expedite your teaching application:

Please indicate the following:

Where you’d like to teach in South Korea
What age level and English level of students you’d feel comfortable with. For example, kindergarten, elementary middle school, high school, etc.
When you are available to start teaching in Korea
Your date of birth.
Where you currently reside
Your Skype ID so we can set up a phone interview
Your religious affiliation

Here are the documents you should send us so we can process an E-2 visa if you’re hired:

  • A passport with at least 6 months duration remaining.
  • A criminal background check.
  • It must be apostilled if you’re from the United States.
  • If you are Canadian it must be notarized from the Korean consulate in Canada.
  • A copy of your university degree. This must be apostilled if you’re American and notarized if you’re Canadian.
  • Also, if you’re Canadian, we’ll need a copy of your sealed university transcripts.

Here is a complete listing of the most recent teaching jobs  (public and private schools) with JobInKorea

JOBINKOREA is an Official Registered Recruiting Service in Korea.
Recruiter Registration Number is. Seodaemoon-Yu-2010-4
Korean law enforces recruiting agencies to be licensed with the Korean Ministry of Labor. This guarantees fair and safe business practices. Using a recruiter in Korea that is NOT registered can put you your employment situation at risk.

Understanding The E2 Visa Process In Korea

The entire teacher placement process lasts between 4-6 weeks.

The first step is to fill out the application form on our website. You should include your resume and photograph. You should also submit your documents via email. If you’re applying by email, you’ll need to let us know where you want to teach in Korea.

Once you have chosen a school and the school has made you an offer with a contract to review, we will need to send your qualification documents by express mail so we can submit to immigration. It’s best to use FedEx or DHL since they are quick and reliable.

Once we get all of your documents, including the signed teaching contract with the school, we’ll begin the E2 work visa process. Once that’s done, a Visa Issuance letter will be sent to you from the school. This process takes 7-10 days.

Next, you should visit the Korean Consulate in your country to get your visa stamp in your passport. If you don’t live near a Korean Consulate, you can mail your documents. Please use a reputable and reliable courier service.

After you receive your passport stamps you should book your flight to Korea. Once you arrive in Korea and are employed at the school, you will be reimbursed for your plane ticket.

We will pick you up at the airport and take you to your school.

More About JobInKorea

A link to the JobInKorea Facebook page.

Below are the first names and profiles of the English instructors on the JobInKorea website

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One teacher’s comment about being recruited through JobInKorea

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A list of “good” recruiters in Korea (JobinKorea is mentioned)

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A map to the JobInKorea office

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