School Librarian Position, August start, international school, Seoul, Gangdong-gu 8AM start timeLast Modified :
School Librarian (Elementary School - High School)
At SIE, students will have a full and balanced education to think globally. SIE uses the Common Core State Standards curriculum and immersive English learning. Students are encouraged to be multilingual, and incorporate Korean culture into their activities. We aim to help our students grow by providing opportunities and challenges to promote a well-rounded learning experience.
Roles and Responsibilities
• Effectively plan school library programs to meet instructional needs
• Create a library environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity level and interests of students
• Consult teachers on the appropriate use of materials and help schedule materials for classroom instruction
• Manage acquisitions, processing, organizing, distribution, maintenance, and inventory of library resources
• Comply with SIE policies, standards, rules, regulations and procedures of the institution
• Model honesty, good social skills, civic responsibility, fairness and ethical conduct
• Work collaboratively with SIE administrators and fellow teachers
• Participation in SIE events and club activities
• Working Hours: 8:00 A.M. - 4:40 P.M., Monday - Friday
• Teaching Hours: 25 classes per week (approximately)
• Some Lunch and Recess Supervision Duties
• Lunch Hour: 40 minute break
• Class Hour: 50 minute per class
• Class Size: 10 - 16 students per class
• Teacher Training: Initial Teacher Training (2 Professional Development Days per year)
• Teaching Staff: 30+ Teachers
Negotiable (based primarily on education and years of experience)
Severance, paid upon completion of a one year contract
Vacation: 8 weeks
Housing Provided, Housing Allowance Provided
Housing provided, or housing allowance of 500,000 KRW
Preliminary questions for the school to gain more information about the applicant.
- Where were you born and raised?
- Do you have any tattoos or piercings? If so, are they able to be covered or removed at work?
- Do you have any health issues your future employer needs to accommodate?