TEFL Job in Korean University

Date posted:2014-10-28 | Writer: Yonsei University, Wonju Campus | Email: [email protected]

Applications for EFL Instructor positions teaching a full academic year at Yonsei University, Wonju Campus (Gangwon Province) beginning March 1st, 2015 are now being accepted. Instructors are required to teach university credit classes of 18 contact hours per week, plus up to 3 hours per week of overtime. (Additional hours beyond the contractual 18 contact hours per week are compensated at the overtime rate of 30,000 won.) The Instructor will teach four semesters, with fall and spring being 16 weeks long followed by short winter and summer semesters of 5 weeks duration.

Benefits include a monthly salary of between 2,500 and 2,800 won depending on qualifications and experience, together with university –owned, rent-free, furnished, one- bed room apartment off campus and a total of 10 weeks paid vacation, not including national holidays.

Additional benefits:

(a) A reimbursement for 50% of a round-trip ticket or 100% of a one-way ticket from a country outside of Asia (in KRW) at the conclusion of their one-year contract

(b) A reimbursement of up to 500,000 KRW (within S.E. Asia) for one (1) round-trip airfare (i.e. a visa run) at the conclusion of their one-year contract

(c) A reimbursement for transfer fee for teachers able to transfer their visa

(d) National Pension Service with monthly premiums made by the Instructor and the university

Please be aware that a two-day mandatory teacher training/orientation session will be held during the final week of February.

To apply:

Applications should be addressed and sent to Dr. Park at the email address given on the job heading. Please contact us initially with your resume/CV via email for instructions about how to access the internet-based application process. The deadline for applying is Thursday, November 6. After submitting an application, candidates selected for an interview,  (including Webcam for overseas applicants), will be contacted by email or telephone.

Regards,

Dr. Park

Office phone: 033-760-5081

 

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 can easily see how difficult just figuring out the various forms of present tense can be tricky to learners of English. The errors that foreigners to the language will make are easy to see, and the examples provided also help in identifying common mistakes. Tying in suggestions for the activate stage is helpful for reviewing by the teacher as well as, I imagine, for the prospective students.This unit clarifies the grammatical rules for two very problematic areas of English grammar, conditional sentences and reported speech. I learned that many English learners (and even native English speakers) do not always use the correct tenses for these types of sentences when speaking or writing. This unit gives me the tools to explain the rules to students and some ideas for teaching them.


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