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- A Bachelor’s degree in any field –Preference given to degrees in English, Education, or Psychology majors
- At least 2 years teaching experience with elementary aged children preferred but not necessary
- Experience teaching American Textbook curriculum preferred
- F-visa holder (F-2, 4, 5, 6) or Korean citizen with native/near-native fluency
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Must be able to provide documents to be cleared for teaching by the Department of Education in South Korea
Working Conditions & Benefits
- 5-day work week (Monday – Friday, no Saturdays!)
- Working hours 1:30-10 (Break included)
- Negotiable depending on experience
- There is a paid training period
- 2 weeks paid vacation (about 1 month off total including national holidays)
We are currently looking for a highly capable and dedicated FULL TIME teacher. Love of children and teaching are a must. Since you will be working with younger children, being outgoing and energetic will be very beneficial.
Our academy teaches grades 1-6 using the American textbook curriculum as well as a variety of other sources. We work with eager, hard-working, intermediate to advanced level students.
We welcome fluent F-visa applicants and Koreans with experience, great organization skills, and good rapport with children. If you have a thirst for knowledge and want to kindle your career, or if you have a bank of experience to draw upon, this is the place to be!
Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact candidates individually for interviews.
-Please attach the following to the email:
- Your resume
- A recent photo of yourself
- Self-introduction/cover letter
4. Desired salary
If you need to reach us by phone, the number is 02-599-1529.
Check out http://www.summitenglish.co.kr to see what our place looks like!
Pay is competitive: negotiable depending on experience
How to applyor
Primary Phone Number: 02 - 599 - 1529
Contact Person: Sunya
Summit English Academy
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