Jul 312018

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A new teaching opportunity in Incheon, South Korea is available for native English speakers with Bachlor diploma to start immediately. The position information includes the following. Job Descrption: * Teaching English * You are required to teach elementary school students * The students are aged from 7-12 years old * The class size is maximum 14 students Benefits: * The base salary is 2000000-2300000 KRW per month (according to your teaching experience and interview performance) * Single apartment is provided * E-2 visa is provided * Round trip affair allowance is provided after complete one year contract * Severance pay and 50% health insurance are provided *10 days vacation (5 days in summer 5 days in winter) Working Schedule: Monday to Thursday 11am-8pm, Friday 10am -6: 10pm, weekends off Qualification: * Native English Speakers * Bachelor degree or higher education background * Copy of apostles original criminal background check R…

Salary: 2000000 KRW to 2300000 KRW Monthly
Housing: Single apartment is provided
Contract type: Full time
Work visa provided: Yes
Teaching Students age: Primary school
Work Location: Incheon, South Korea
Working hours: Monday to Thursday 11am-8pm, Friday 10am -6: 10pm, weekends off

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

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