TEFL Jobs in Korea (2)

Date posted:2010-04-21 | Writer: ETEC | Email: [email protected]

ETEC has an immediate opening for a qualified EFL teacher  in a beautiful coastal city. This is an ideal opportunity to mix with many minority peoples and explore a truly multi-cultural part of Korea. The position is to train younger kids (5~13 years old) oral English. There are less than 30 teaching hours a week (Mon~Friday) and class sizes are from 5~12 students. Benefits include fully furnished SINGLE accommodation near the school area and return flight provided by the school.

If you’re interested in this position, please e-mail me your resume and recent photo to the address given on the job heading, and for more info, please give us a call at + 82 51 806 0830~1

+ About Pohang city

Pohang city is located on the eastern coastline of South Korea and provides access to the East Sea and Sea of Japan.  Futuristic, maritime and tourism city where spectacular sceneries unfold along the beach, cultural artifacts are scattered everywhere, and nature & science and tradition & state-of-the-art coexist!

- Teaching hours : Mon~ Friday, 2~7 pm (a teacher is required to come to school one hour earlier than actual class.

- Salary : 2.3~2.5 million won per month

- Housing : fully furnished SINGLE apartment

- Distance : 10 min on foot

- Prepaid air ticket, one year ending bonus

- Medical insurance : 50% covered by employer

- 10 days paid vacation

+ Qualification

-Valid passport from USA, CA, UK, NZ, AUS, SA, IRE.

- Bachelor degree from 3~4 years university

- Teaching certificate such as TEFL / TESOL preferred

- have a flexibility & team works


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.


In this unit, I have learned the various classroom equipment and teaching aids. The most common equipment are the boards (whiteboards, blackboards, interactive boards), the overhead projectors, visual aids, worksheets, work cards, CD players, VCDs and DVDs, cassette recorder, etc. I have learned the advantages and disadvantages of using each of these equipment. I have also learned how and when to use them.The information in this unit included things that I use in my daily language; yet I don't think twice about why or how I use this grammar. Modals, and different voices (active & passive) are things that I use without paying much mind. I was shown the uses, the point in time, and the auxilary. its very interesting to me to take notice that this information is vital to teaching grammar and language properly.