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    • May 05, 2012, 02:06:40 am
    • Toronto ON
Public school boards and our private academies in Korea have now started hiring for their early 2020 positions. Want to spend the holidays at home, but head to South Korea in the new year? Now is the time to apply! Apply online through http://canconx.com/ and reach out to us with any questions at teach@canconx.com

1) English Program in Korea EPIK (Public Schools all around Korea)
www.epik.go.kr

EPIK is a department within the Korean Ministry of Education that oversees hiring Native English teachers for all of the school boards throughout Korea. Due the fact that they have so many positions to fill, EPIK designates certain recruitment agencies to assist with hiring and Canadian Connection is one of the designated agencies.

Schedule: Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 5:00
Classroom Hours: 22 teaching hours per week, overtime a possibility
School Levels: Elementary Schools (up to grade 6 but typically only working with grade 3-6), Middle Schools (grade 7-9) and High School (grades 10-12). Most positions are in Elementary and Middle Schools
Vacation: 26 working days + national holidays
Salary: 2,000,000 – 2,500,000 Korean won per month
Settlement Allowance: 300,000 Won
Severance Bonus: 1 month salary
Housing: non-shared housing supplied, schools pay rent, teachers cover util.
Airfare: Entrance allowance of 1,300,000 Korean Won reimbursed to cover your airfare and an Exit Allowance of 1,300,000 Korean Won to cover your airfare before you leave Korea at the end of your contract.
Start dates: February 17th followed by a one-week orientation in Korea. There are additional start dates in March/April, but these will mostly be in the provincial areas.
Contract Length: 1 year with option to renew
Locations: Various placements throughout the country including the locations listed below. Specific placements are decided by EPIK supervisors just before or during orientation so we specific location requests aren’t guaranteed but you will be able to indicate one preference in the application process. EPIK supervisors will inform teachers of their final placement information during orientation in Korea

City Placements: Seoul, Busan, Incheon, Daejeon, Daegu, Ulsan, Gwangju, Sejong
Provincial Placements: Gyeonggi, Gangwon, North Chungcheong, South Chungcheong, North Gyeongsang, South Gyeongsang, North Jeolla, South Jeolla, Jeju
2nd interview with EPIK coordinators via skype is required


2) Jeollanamdo Provincial Office of Education (Public Schools)
https://www.namdokorea.com/tour_eng/index.do  https://www.jeonnam.go.kr/?menuId=english0000000000

Jeollanamdo province is in the southwest area of the country and includes smaller rural towns and cities up to 300,000 in population

Schedule: Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 5:00
Classroom Hours: 22 teaching hours per week, overtime a possibility
School Levels: Elementary Schools (up to grade 6 but typically only working with grade 3-6), Middle Schools (grade 7-9) and High School (grades 10-12). Most positions are in Elementary and Middle School
Vacation: 26 working days + national holidays
Salary: 2,300,000 – 2,500,000 Korean won per month + bonuses for rural placements and travel schools
Settlement Allowance: 300,000 Won 
Housing: non-shared housing supplied, schools pay rent, teachers cover util.
Airfare: Entrance allowance of 1,300,000 Korean Won when you arrive in Korea to cover your airfare and an Exit Allowance of 1,300,000 Korean Won to cover your airfare before you leave Korea at the end of your contract.
Start date: April 14th followed by a one week orientation in Yeosu
Contract Length: 10 months with the option to renew for one year periods (end date: February 25th, 2021)
Locations: Various cities and towns throughout the province. Specific placements are decided by Jeollanamdo supervisors so specific location requests aren’t guaranteed but you will be able to indicate 5 preferences in the application process.

City Placements: Mokpo, Yeosu, Suncheon, Gwangyang, and Naju
Town Placements: Jindo, Wando, Haenam, Gangjin, Yeongwang, Yeongam, Muan, Jangheung, Boseong, Gurye, Gokseong, Hwasun, Hampyeong, Goheung


3) Gyeongnam Provincial Office of Education (Public Schools)
http://www.gyeongnam.go.kr/english/index.gyeong

Gyeongnam is a scenic province located in the southeastern area of the country. Due the fact that they have so many positions to fill, Gyeongnam designates certain recruitment agencies to assist with hiring and Canadian Connection is one of the designated agencies

Schedule: Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Classroom Hours: 22 teaching hours per week, overtime a possibility
School Levels: Elementary Schools (up to grade 6 but typically only working with grade 3-6), Middle Schools (grade 7-9) and High School (grades 10-12). Most positions are in Elementary and Middle School
Vacation: 26 working days + national holidays
Salary: 2,100,000 – 2,700,000 Korean won per month
Settlement Allowance: 300,000 Won
Severance Bonus: 1 month salary
Housing: non-shared housing supplied, schools pay rent, teachers cover utilities
Airfare: Entrance allowance of 1,300,000 Korean Won when you arrive in Korea to cover your airfare and an Exit Allowance of 1,300,000 Korean Won to cover your airfare before you leave Korea at the end of your contract.
Start dates: Gyeongnam has monthly start dates as follows - March 1st, April 1st, May 1st, June 1st, July 1st, September 1st, October 1st, November 1st, December 1st. There is a 1- or 2-day orientation at the beginning of each session.
Contract Length: 1 year with option to renew
Locations: Various placements throughout the province including the locations listed below. Specific placements are decided by Gyeongnam supervisors so specific location requests aren’t guaranteed but you will be able to indicate 2 city and 2 county preferences in the application process.

City Placements: Changwon, Jinju, Yangsan, Geoje, Tongyeong, Sacheon, Miryang
County Placements: Haman, Geochang, Changnyeong, Goseong, Namhae, Hapcheon, Hadong, Hamyang, Sancheong, Uiryeong
2nd interview with Gyeongnam coordinators via skype is required


4) Private Institutes in various metro/suburban cities

Schedule: Monday to Friday
Classroom Hours: 30 teaching hours per week
Vacation: 10 days + national holidays
Salary: 2,000,000 – 2,300,000 Korean won per month
Severance Bonus: 1 month salary
School Type: various levels of students - kindergarten, elementary, and middle school aged
Housing: non-shared housing supplied, schools pay rent, teachers cover util.
Airfare: One way ticket airfare is provided according to contract conditions
Start dates: Monthly start dates (February-June)
Contract Length: 1 year with option to renew 
Locations: various metropolitan/ suburban locations - Seoul, Incheon, Gimpo, Daegu. Gwangu
2nd interview with schools via skype is required