south korea TEFL Jobs in South Korea

510 Million Euros were spent on English language materials in Asia in 2002. That’s a lot of money, getting close to a Billion $ US. A large part of this was spent in South Korea. After the Japanese, Koreans spend more on English language learning than any other country in Asia, with the Chinese closing ground yearly. TEFL jobs in Korea can be found almost everywhere and anywhere. Such is the demand TEFL graduates have no problem in finding a TEFL job in Korea. Pay is good, cost of living reasonable and you can expect to save a good part of your salary each month. Culturally, Korea in mind-boggling. Expect to teach in a country unlike any other. Pay a visit to Teaching English in Korea for further information on teaching here. View sample TEFL job offers in Korea below. If you’d like to teach in Korea, look over TEFL job web sites for many job postings in Korea. Have a CV or Resume ready to send schools.

  •  Regular TEFL Openings in Korea


    Writer: Education Association | Email: [email protected]

    Use your TEFL qualification teaching English to students at private English language institutes in Daegu (Taegu), the 3rd largest city in South Korea. The working hours are usually 2:30pm-9:50pm or 9:30am-6:30pm depending on the age group of students you teach. Positions are available all year round. Benefits: + working Monday through Friday only + rent free single studio apartment within walking distance of work + round-trip flights + medical insurance + around 10 days paid vacation per year + 2.1million won of monthly salary + maximum 12 students at each class Requirements: Native level English speakers only, preferably TEFL certified, or equivalent. Bachelor's degree at any field Clean national (FBI) criminal background check issued within 6 months How to apply: ...   Read more

  •  Vacancies for English Teachers in Korea


    Writer: World Foreign Language Institute | Email: [email protected]

    World Foreign Language Institute is looking for passionate EFL Teachers for Kids in Busan. If you are willing to commit to a one year contract and have a TESOL/TEFL/CELTA qualification, then please contact us at the email address given on the job heading. Job details:   *Students: elementary and middle school students *Salary: 2.1 - 2.3 Million Korean Won / Month *Working hours: 2PM-10PM, 5 days/week (Mon-Fri), maximum 100 hours of teaching a month. *Severance Pay: The full payment of one month salary at the end of the contract. *Airfare: A round-trip ticket for the employee coming from overseas *Vacation: 10 days vacation will be given to the employee and Days of vacation will vary depending on the academic schedule. *Housing: Convenient fully furnished one room studio...   Read more

  •  EFL Teacher Needed in Korea


    Writer: 3B Junior English School | Email: [email protected]

    3B English school is a private institute in Jeju City, South Korea and is looking to hire a foreign EFL teacher for a full time 1 year contract position. We are looking for a teacher who is positive, cooperative, helpful, energetic, creative and hardworking. The successful candidate will be teaching elementary school conversation classes and middle school students in reading and speaking. Position Details: -start date August 4th (arrival date July 21st for training) -teaching hours 2:30-8:30 Monday-Friday Qualifications required: The successful candidate must hold a valid passport and undergraduate degree from a native English speaking country's four year college or university. A TEFL qualification is a distinct advantage. You must have all background check paperwork completed...   Read more

  •  Regular TEFL Positions in Korea


    Writer: EnglishWork | Email: [email protected]

    EnglishWork, founded in February 2000, has regular opportunities throughout South Korea for TEFL graduates. We have slowly built up an excellent reputation for being able to offer a completely professional service in the English as a Second Language (E.S.L.) market. Our service is absolutely free for all applicants. Due to our team's efforts and qualified services, we set the industry standards and have become Korea's Recruiting service leader. EnglishWork, directed by experienced recruiters and placement counselors have placed hundreds teachers through the years. Schools across South Korea contact us to supply them with qualified English teachers. Through careful pre-screening, we place qualified teachers in Kindergarten, Elementary, high schools and some universities and...   Read more

  •  Teach EFL to Adults in Korea


    Writer: Wall Street English Korea | Email: [email protected]

    Wall Street English Korea prides itself on hiring the most dynamic, professional, and qualified EFL instructors to provide premium service for our adult students. We need professional English teachers who are seeking international experience while working with people from all backgrounds in Seoul and Bundang. Benefits: •             Work with an innovative, globally established curriculum in the most dynamic work environment in Korea •             Professional development and opportunities for advancement; we have native English speaking Service Managers at each of our locations •             Small class sizes and fantastic adult students •             Competitive Salaries, a 500,000KRW signing bonus, severance, one-way airfare, insurance, pension, and paid vacation    Read more

  •  Job Teaching English in Korea (4)


    Writer: Hands Korea | Email: [email protected]

    Hands Korea is a recruiting and consulting firm based in Seoul, Korea. Our services are 100% free of charge for TEFL teachers. We place candidates from all over the world into great schools throughout Korea, with a specific focus on Gyeongido Province. We are dedicated to providing you not only with a wonderful job, but also aim to guide you through your time here with various social events and classroom support, for those entirely new to EFL teaching. No prior teaching experience or background in education is necessary. Any university degree will do, and a TEFL qualification is a distinct advantage.Salary and benefits:-Airfare reimbursement upon arrival in Korea.- Free housing (teachers will pay for utilities)- Health insurance- Pension Payment (Korean “Social Security)- Contract...   Read more

  •  Teach EFL in Korea (2)


    Writer: OSS English Club | Email: [email protected]

    Oh Sung Sik English Club in Seogwipo City is seeking full time native level EFL teachers to begin in November, 2013. OSS English Club is a medium-sized hagwon(academy) with a good reputation in Seogwipo, located on the gorgeous island of Jeju-do.  Seogwipo is a beautiful city situated on the southern coast of Jeju Island, Korea's premier tourist destination. The city has a population of about 80,000 people; a quiet escape from the hustle and bustle of urban Korea. It is not far from many unique sites including two waterfalls, several beaches and many fantastic hikes. South Korea's highest mountain, Hallasan, dominates the views north from Seogwipo, with its snow capped peak and rocky slopes.   If you have the desire to be an English teacher, have a good repertoire with children and...   Read more

  •  Fantastic TEFL Job in Korea


    Writer: English Paradise Institute | Email: [email protected]

    Greetings Job Seekers! My name is Chris and I am the co-owner of the English Paradise Institute in Sa-chang, South Korea. We are currently looking for an EFL teacher to start working in October or November. We teach only 4 days a week (Monday-Thursday) from 3pm-9pm. At the English Paradise Institute our primary concern is our students and their focus on learning English. We have a student to teacher ratio of 5 students to 1 teacher in every class. Our students are mostly elementary school students but we do have a few middle school and kindergarten students. Sa-chang is a small town in the southern part of South Korea. There are hourly buses to Gwang-ju (population: 1.47 million) which is only 40 minutes away. Gwang-ju has everything you could ask for in a big city: nightlife, western...   Read more

  •  Enthusiastic English Teachers Wanted in South Korea


    Writer: Geoje English Village | Email: [email protected]

    Geoje English Village (GEV) is looking for professional and enthusiastic EFL teachers. It is a semi-public school subsidized by Geoje City Government and operated by the Herald Corporation, which publishes the Korea Herald, Korea's No.1 English Newspaper. It is one of the six English Villages run by Herald Corporation in Korea. It is established as the first institution in the region which aims to help Koreans become better global citizens by encouraging them to develop their English language skills in an open and entertaining environment. We provide elementary and junior high students with 3-day or 2-day immersion program which consists of 14 simulated and interactive classes, such as science, airplane, hotel, bank, cooking classes, etc. Geoje English Village also runs after-school...   Read more

  •  Teach Adults English in Korea


    Writer: World Foreign Language Institute | Email: [email protected]

    World Foreign Language Institute has an opportunity in Busan for a TEFL qualified teacher who is willing to commit to a 1 year contract starting in July. Most students are adults, although there are some elementary and middle school classes at 4 and 5 o'clock. Benefits include a basic monthly salary of 2.1-2.2 million KRW for working 5 days per week (Monday-Friday), 120hrs per month, split shift, 20days per month.  We also provide roundtrip air ticket, convenient fully furnished one room studio apartment, contribution to health insurance, 7 days vacation and contract completion bonus. Applicants should be degree qualified native level English speakers. How to apply: Contact us by e-mail at the address given on the job heading.
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