English Teachers needed in Korea

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Teach English in Korea

CITY: Seoul
START DATE: mid-late August
SALARY: 2.0-2.2 million KRW

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Greetings!!! English Teachers Network, one of the leading professional recruiting agencies in Korea, is now seeking for ESL teachers.

* Location: Gangseo-Gu , Seoul city, http://english.gangseo.seoul.kr (district website)
* Starting Date: mid-late August, 2014
* Salary: 2.0-2.2 million won/ month
* Teaching hours: 125 hours/month
* Severance: one month salary after the completion of the contract
* Airfare: one-way upfront possible
* Housing Type: Furnished single accommodation
* Health Insurance: 50% provided
* About 2 weeks vacation (in addition to national holidays)
*Students : kindergarten – elementary
*Working days: Monday through Friday
*Number of western teachers:3

REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor’s degree in any major
Citizen of one of the following countries:
Australia…………… Canada…………… Ireland…………… New Zealand
South Africa………. United Kingdom .. . United States of America

Required documents:
1. 4 passport-sized photos
2. Valid passport
3. A copy of the bachelors degree with an Apostille Certificate.
4. Criminal Background Record(nationwide) with an Apostille Certificate
5. Applicant’s Health Statement(will be provided)

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Please email us your Resume (CV) which includes a recent photo, nationality, age, gender, contact information, availability, educational background, and experiences (if any) to scottpak@yahoo.com .
Thank you for your precious time.

Sincerely,

Scott
English Teachers Network
E-mail: scottpak@yahoo.com
Website: www.etnkorea.com
7FL Sam-Hwa B/D Chongno5-Ga, Chongno-Gu, Seoul, Korea 110 – 836

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