Teach EFL in a Fantastic Location in Korea

Date posted:2012-04-05 | Writer: Morgan Recruiting Services | Email: [email protected]

A top K-6 school program in Gangnam is looking for an EFL teacher to join their program starting in June 2012. This school is well-established with a solid curriculum and has a large student population of over 1,300 students. This school is in a terrific location. The school is located in Gangnam, near Olympic Park, which is south of the Han River in the South-East part of Seoul. It is a well-off district and is quite famous for its shopping and entertainment. COEX, the largest mall in Korea (with 17 movie theaters, aquariums, bookstores, restaurants, etc.) is located in Gangnam. This is one of the best districts of Seoul to live in. They are offering an excellent salary of 2.5 million won.

Preference will be given to teachers who are graduates of an education program, or who have teaching experience. We can provide further details including website links, housing photos and contact emails to interested applicants.

School details:
Number of positions: 1
Students: Kindergarten, Elementary
Days: Monday-Friday (no weekends)
Students per class: 8-12
Salary: 2.5 million
Overtime: 20,000/hour
Housing: Single housing provided
Airfare: Prepaid by the school
Pension: Pension payments matched by the school
Health insurance: Provided
Severance bonus: One month salary bonus at the end of the contract
Vacation: 2 weeks
Number of teachers at the school: 30

This school would be looking to interview applicants soon. If you would be interested in possibly interviewing for this position, please submit your resume and photo. We can provide school website links for interested applicants.

To apply for this position, please submit your resume and photo to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

Morgan Recruiting is a fully licensed recruitment agency and we pride ourselves in offering the best services available to our applicants. Our extensive services include:

visa application assistance
travel arrangements
post-support to Korea follow-up checks to determine your overall satisfaction
referral bonuses

We provide all of our services to teachers free of charge. We are paid by our client schools to find teachers on their behalf and never charge any fees to teachers. The only fees the applicants have are the processing of their documents in their own country (criminal background check, E-2 visa stamp) and sending their documents to Korea.

Applicants must meet the following qualifications:
You must have a Bachelor’s degree (any discipline) from an accredited university.
You must not have a criminal record.
Preference is given to applicants with an Education background (B.Ed, CELTA, TEFL, TESOL certificate)

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.


This section covers the many different tenses that we can use to discuss the future, including two \"present tenses.\" It breaks down very well the places in which these tenses may overlap, and where small nuances separate their use. I found this section very useful in clarifying the three separate tenses that all use the present participle: future continuous, going to future, and present continuous.I've learnt how to teach and understand the present tenses in a simpler way. Even though teachers know how to use the present tenses, it's important that they can also explain this subject so as to help the students to understand it clearly. depending on the students' mother tongue, all this variation of time can be confusing and hard to learn. It's the teacher role to make it easier to the students.