EFL Teacher Needed in Korea

Date posted:2014-05-29 | 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 and at hand before application.


Because many of the students are younger, a female teacher is preferred. Also, some experience working with children or other ESL students (either through volunteer work or formal employment) is preferred.

The benefits of the job include:

-2.0~2.1 million won monthly salary (based on qualifications)

-1 month severance pay upon completion of one-year contract

-housing within 15 minutes walking distance of the school

-national health care coverage (50% paid by the school, 50% by the employee)

-round-trip airfare provided from point of hire

-10 days paid vacation

How to apply:

To apply for the above position please email a resume (CV) and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the position and why you are a good candidate, along with a current photo to Vicky Oh at the email address given on the job heading. 


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