Speech CompetitionsSpeechLanguage ArtsWritingESLEnglishArtCooking
1. Roles and Responsibilities
As a kindergarten and elementary teacher at CLS, you will be responsible for teaching English to young learners through a variety of special classes including Language Arts, Speech Contest/Show and Tell, Play Facto, Exploratory Class, Craft and Drawing, Action and Play, Cooking Class, and Group Project. Teachers are usually responsible for specific grades.
You will be responsible for the following:
•Teach basic to advanced reading, writing, listening, speaking, and grammar to students
•Teach phonics, speech, vocab, language arts, science and social studies, debate, TOEFL/SAT prep, newspaper review, and book discussion
•Follow the American curriculum and create supportive lesson plans based on our curriculum
•Grade homework, reports, and essays
•Update parents regarding student progress
2. Candidate Qualifications
•Must be citizens of the following countries: U.S.A or Canada
•Must have all required documents (apostilled nationwide criminal background check and an apostilled diploma from a 4-year accredited university.
•A clean self-medical health check
3. Working Conditions
Working hours are described as the time you need to be present at the school. Teaching hours are the active amount of time you will be conducting classes or activities.
•Working Hours: 9:00-6:00
•Teaching Hours: 6 Hours a day
Specialized Requirements for Candidates
There is a mandatory 3-day training period at the end of February. For those outside of Korea, you must be able to come to Korea by February 10 to undergo quarantine.
1 Year Korean experience preferred
2.7 Million KRW
• Insured with the 4 National Insurances.
•Severance: upon completion of a one-year contract, severance pay which is equal to one month’s salary is paid to the teacher.
•Vacation: 15 days plus National Korean Holidays
Housing Provided, Housing Allowance Provided