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  • Stine3
  • Newgookin

    • 2

    • February 20, 2018, 11:03:56 am
    • South Korea
Hello! We are looking for a couple's position starting around August 2018. Ideally we would like to work at University, public school, or international school. However, we would not be opposed to a good hagwon.

If there are any couples out there who are leaving around this time and need replacements, please let us know.

We are currently teaching in Korea. One of us has a M.A. in Education/1 year teaching in Korea; the other a B.A./120 hour TEFL/3 years teaching in Korea.

Thanks for any information!


  • Duffman
  • Adventurer

    • 52

    • June 23, 2011, 02:31:20 pm
    • Korea
Hello,

I have several openings for teachers at my campus. We already have a few couples working here for us.

Let me know if you're interested.

Contract Dates:

Flexible Start Dates Throughout March & April
Contract length - 1 year.

About Us:

Gyeonggi Changeup Campus (English Village) is a publicly owned institution that has been in operation for over ten years. Our mission at each of our schools is to provide students with an opportunity to practice their English and leadership skills in an environment that encourages and motivates them to do their best.
Our students are exposed to various cultures of the English speaking world.
While involving them in activities that help them to appreciate the world in which they live and the impact that learning English can have. We understand the vital role that teachers play in accomplishing our mission and therefore do our best to make your time working at our English Village a truly memorable and enjoyable experience.

About the Teaching Environment:

The teaching situation at our school is independent teaching. You will have a Korean co-teacher but will not teach the same class at the same time.
Half the day would be teaching academic English lessons to classes of around 15-20 students. The other half would be spent teaching theme classes such as: cooking, science, art, etc.
o Non-camp Working Hours: 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM (Mon - Thu), 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM (Fri)
o Camp Working Hours: (January~February & July~August): 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM (Mon - Fri)
Employees will work eight hours per day (excluding lunch period from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.) per week. Any time worked over is considered overtime and is paid as time and a half. We offer a compensatory day system as well, for those who prefer accumulating additional vacation days in lieu of pay.
Program and activity hours may be scheduled to fulfill the 40-hour working week.
Overtime opportunities are frequent during the camp programs when schedules run nearly back to back.
All overtime (40+ hr/week or national holidays) is paid at 1.5x salary rate.


Base Payment:

2.2~2.5 Million Won / month
Round-trip / one-way airfare reimbursement depending on length of contract applied for.
One year contracts -- contract completion bonus of extra one month's pay.

Housing:

Fully-furnished studio/two bedroom apartments (pay utilities) or dormitory-style (free of charge) rooms are available to our employees.

Studio, Two Bedroom Apartments: Each room is equipped with: flat panel TV, microwave, electric range, vacuum cleaner, internet phone, wall clock, twin bed (double bed for two room), stand-up shower, personal refrigerator, dining table, washing machine, two ceiling heating/AC systems, storage closets, clothes dry-rack, and carpeted floors. Utilities will be automatically taken out of your monthly salary.

Dormitory-Style Accommodation: Each dormitory room is for a single occupant.
Each dormitory is equipped with: twin bed, desk, storage closets and an en suite bathroom. Communal kitchens and laundry facilities are also located within the dormitory complex.

Additional Benefits:

Free internet.
Visa and contract assistance as needed.
Lunch is provided (M-F) in the cafeteria.
Comp days (time off) or overtime payment opportunities will be available at 1.5x compensation.
National Pension Contributions
Korean National Healthcare Enrollment

Location:

About an hour and a half getting to the center of Seoul by subway. 40 minutes by train.

sbracey83@yea.or.kr



  • rschel01
  • Newgookin

    • 2

    • March 03, 2018, 01:40:44 am
    • Canada
Hey,

Teaching abroad with your partner is one of the best things you can do. I think it's seriously one of the best decsions we've made. I'm happy to help with any tips you may need.

This is the website where I found my recruiter and loads of valuable information. https://thearrivalstore.com/south-korea-recommended-recruiters/. I ended up going with Adventure Teaching and Robyn was AMAZING.

I hope this helps.