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May 232018
 

A new teaching opportunity in Cheong-la/Incheon, South Korea, start immediately for a native English speakers with Bachelor Degree. This role would suit an English teacher who is searching for an opportunity to join a dynamic team that is committed to raising student achievements. Job Description: * Teaching English; * You are required to teach Kindergarten, Elementary and Middle school students; * The students are aged from 3-16 years old; Benefits: * The base salary is 2100000 KRW-2400000 KRW per month depending on your teaching performance; * Apartment provided; * E-2 visa provided; * Severance Pay and 50% Health Insurance provided; * Paid 10 days vacation (5 days in summer, 5 days in winter); Qualifications: * Native English speakers; * Bachelor Degree or higher education background; * Copy of apostles original criminal background check (issued within 6 months); Teaching Schedule: * Monday to Friday from 1pm to 8: 30pm, weekends off; Review of applications w…

Salary: 2100000 KRW to 2400000 KRW Monthly
Housing: Accommodation is provided
Contract type: Full time
Work visa provided: Yes
Teaching Students age: Training center (Children)
Work Location: Cheong-la/Incheon, South Korea
Working hours: Monday to Friday from 1pm to 8: 30pm, weekends off

Requirements:
– Teaching experience
– Accepted age range: 18 to 55
– Degree in any field
– British, American, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, Irish or South African Passport holders

To apply visit this link:
http://southkorea.findworkabroad.com/apply?jobid=8582&t=11&c=29fe99

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