May 252018

A new teaching opportunity in Gimhae, Gyeong nam, South Korea is available for native English speakers with Bachelor diploma to start  immediately. The position information includes the following.   Job Description: *Teaching English; *You are required to teach kindergarten – elementary school students; *The students are aged from 3-12 years old; *The class size is 4-10 students per class;   Benefits: *The base salary is 2000000KRW-2400000KRW per month depending on your teaching experience and qualifications; *Accommodation is provided; *E-2 visa provided; *50% Health Insurance provided; *10 days vacation; *Yearly bonus provided after completing one year contract;   Qualifications: *Native English speakers; *Bachelor Diploma or higher education background; *Copy of apostilled original criminal background check; *Accept candidates just graduated;   Teaching Schedule: *Monday to Friday with 30 teaching hours per week, 50 mins per class, weekends off;   Re…

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