Jobs Teaching English in Korea

Date posted:2009-02-05 | Writer: Horizon | Email: [email protected]

As 2009 comes in Horizon needs more than 100 TEFL teachers for Korea over the next few months. Bundang is the southernmost district (gu) of Seongnam, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. In addition to being the most populous part of the city, it also has the status of being one of the wealthiest regions in Gyeonggi Province. Unlike many other parts of the greater Seoul area, which developed naturally over many years, from the beginning Bundang was designed and built according to a detailed plan. It is a well organized city with well laid-out streets, new apartment buildings, numerous parks and good local infrastructure.

Position: Private School

- Salary is 2.2 Million Won per month

- 30 hours per week

- Apartment: Fully Furnished Single

- Airfare: Return Flight Provided

- Bonuses: One Months salary

- Holidays: 7-10 days, plus 13 -15 National Holidays

- Start ASAP

Position Requirements:

- Native English Speaker from the US, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand

- University Degree or Higher or TEFL / TESOL

- Energetic Individuals

- Experience preferred but not required

Required Documentation:

- Current Resume, Stating your Nationality of origin

- Current Photo

- Copy of the ID page of your valid passport

- Copy of your highest degree and other qualifications

- Criminal Background Check

- References with contact information

If you are interested in the above mentioned position, looking for a new position or thinking about starting one in the future, email us at the address given on the job heading page.

We know that our teachers take comfort in dealing with foreigners when obtaining a position in Korea , as we understand what is important to you and what simply won't do.

Hear from you soon.


Horizon Recruitment

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


I learned some key methods for classroom management. For example, how to use eye contact to encourage attention, gesture to communicate meaning, and how to relax at certain time when the teacher is not in a \"dominating\" role. I also learned some other important ways to ensure attention in class, like saying the name at the end of a question, and how to build rapport with the students, like using eye contact.This unit shows us how to integrate several different themes and techniques into our lessons so that we can improve the learning of our students. Said themes include chants, music, classic games adapted for use in language learning, role plays, crafts, etc. The unit also points us towards the Theory on Multiple Intelligences which is helpful for knowing how different students may learn and process information.