Employment teaching English in Seoul, Korea

Date posted:2002-04-05 | Writer: Studioplane Co. Ltd | Email: [email protected]


Starting dates: May, June and July 2002
Contract length: 1-year
Student levels: Children or Adults
Locations: various locations including central Seoul, Daejon and Busan

Overview:

You can be a conversational English instructor at a school or language institute in South Korea. As a conversational English instructor you will be teaching adults, university students and business people. You do not need to know how to read, write or speak Korean, however learning the language while you are over in South Korea will certainly be beneficial. No teaching experience is required and a curriculum and textbook will be provided for you. You must have a 3 or 4 year Bachelor's degr
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e in order to be eligible for an E-2 working visa.

We also have jobs at schools and language institutes in South Korea to guide and teach children at the kindergarten, elementary and middle school levels. As an educational childcare instructor you will be caring for children and teaching them basic English-language skills. The childcare positions are suited for people who have education in childcare and youth development, or for people who have experience and interest in taking care of children. No teaching experience is required and a curr
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culum and textbook will be provided for you. You must have a 3 or 4 year Bachelor's degree in order to be eligible for an E-2 working visa.

Job locations:

The schools and institutions that we work with are located throughout South Korea. Some of the schools and institutions are located in cities that are popular with foreigners, such as Seoul and Busan, and some are located in smaller major cities like Daejon, Daegu and Kwangju. We also have schools and institutions that are in rural villages, or in towns with a population of less than 500, 000. Contact us to find out more detailed information about the exact neighborhoods in which the schools

and institutions are located.

Salary and benefits:

-1,800,000 KRW (Korean won) to 2,200,000 KRW per month
-Bonus (severance pay) at the end of the contract equal to 1-month salary
-Free single or shared furnished housing for the duration of the contract
-The employer pays for 50% of your medical insurance premiums
-7 to 14 days of paid vacation time per year
-Round-trip airfare to and from South Korea

Additional information:

-25 to 30 hours per week
-Monday to Friday, no weekend work
-Overtime is optional
-Housing is a 5 to 20-minute walk from the place of employment
-Airfare is prepaid by the employer before you depart for South Korea
-Positions are open to qualified candidates throughout the year on an ongoing basis

Minimum qualification:

-3 or 4-year Bachelor's degree
-No teaching experience required

Required documents for job application:

-Your resume and contact information
-Scanned copy of your photo

Required documents for E-2 working visa application:

-Notarized copy of your original Bachelor's degree
-Copy of your passport
-Your passport photo (4 copies)

Instructions:

Email your job application documents to [email protected] or fax them to +01-604-331-4474. We will contact you to take the next step once we receive your job application documents. Your visa application documents can be sent to us in South Korea by courier after you have signed an employment contract.

About Studioplane Co. Ltd.:

We provide people with the opportunities to work at reliable schools and language institutions. We help you find a secure job with an equitable contract, and working and living conditions that are acceptable to you. Each school or institute that we work with has been screened and registered by our own staff in South Korea. Ask us about our institute screening process so you can learn more about how we select our schools and language institutions. We can also give you contact information fo
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teachers currently working at the organizations and for teachers that we have previously sent abroad so you can ask them any questions that you may have.

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Studioplane Co. Ltd. is committed to your privacy. Any information and documents sent to us are kept confidential in our secure database. Only those institutions that are registered with us and match your specifications are able to view your information and documents for the sole purpose of offering you employment. We do not post your information and documents on the Internet nor do we allow access to them by random institutions.

Contact Studioplane Co. Ltd.:

Suite 504 - 938 Howe Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6Z 1N9, Canada

Tel.: +01.604.331.4474
Email: [email protected]
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