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  • earlyj1
  • Newgookin

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    • June 22, 2017, 08:51:19 am
    • Virginia, USA
I am a teacher from the U.S.  I have a master's degree specifically in Teaching, and I've been a full-time teacher in the U.S. for the last three years.  I am searching for job specifically in Seoul so as to be with my significant other. I need to start in August, or no later than September 1. I am looking for a school that is willing to provide a fair (and legal!) contract and has a good reputation for how it treats its employees. I have already had to decline two contracts for these reasons.

All of my visa documents are ready to go, and my resume/photo will be provided on request.


Industry : Education
Job Type : Full-time   Career Level : Others
Starting Date : 2017/08/24   Deadline : 2017/08/18
Education : Bachelor's Degree   English : Native Level
Korean : None
Location : Seoul-si > Gangdong-gu
Seeking a Native English Teacher for August 2017,
Seoul, Korea, adjacent to Olympic Park
About our School:  Located just across the street from Olympic Park and a short walk from the Han River, Kangnam Pride Institute is an elite private academy that caters to advance English language learners.  We take pride in offering our students a world-class educational experience and an opportunity to learn English in a fun, dynamic and creative environment.  KPI caters to a student population ranging from preschool through 6th grade.  Our staff includes over 20 foreign members, many of whom are certified teachers in their home countries and/or have taught extensively in EFL and non-EFL classrooms around the world.  (www.kangnampride.co m)
Position: Full-time native English teacher responsible for teaching both kindergarten and elementary students. Up to 30 teaching hours per week plus scheduled prep time each day.
Start date:
Position #1: August 24, 2017     
The ideal candidate:
North American citizenship holders (USA and Canada); Must be currently in Korea or have all visa documents ready to mail to Korea ASAP.
Education: Bachelors or Masters Degree (Education majors preferred, but not necessary.  All applicants will be considered.)
Experience: Some teaching experience required, working with young students preferred. The ideal candidate will have a passion for education and a love of working with children.  He/She will have a good understanding of how to manage a classroom and the flexibility to manipulate lessons to meet the individual needs and levels of students.  Patience, compassion, and the desire to build strong relationships with your students is important.  Enthusiasm and energy to incorporate into your lessons and the creativity to make learning fun.
Benefits include:
Salary: 2.5-2.6 million won, depending on experience
Housing: Furnished studio apartment within a 15 min. walk to the school/ or housing allowance
One-way flight
National pension with automatic contributions matched by KPI
Severance equal to one month’s pay upon completion of contract
Full medical insurance (split 50-50 between KPI and employee)
Free lunch
Paid vacation: 10 days +national holidays
What makes KPI a great place to teach?
Amazing students in small class sizes (12 or fewer)
Scheduled prep time throughout the week
A large foreign teacher community that fosters collaboration
Incredible location in a great neighborhood
Lots of pre-made resources ready to be implemented but also the creative freedom to create materials from scratch
Special events
A talented and supportive Korean staff
Possibility of promotion into various leadership positions
Have classes small enough, students smart enough, parents who care enough, and employers who listen enough for you to accomplish the things you actually wanted to when you decided to teach
 
If interested, please send the following information to Ms. Chae at hiring.kpi@gmail.com
1. Document/VISA Status
2. Available Start Date
3. Your current resume
4. Current photo
5. Reference Letters, if possible