Teach English in Korea
SALARY: 2.2 -2.6 Mil Korean won per month
CCLC, are looking for enthusiastic and passionate English native teachers for our Kindergarten and elementary school program.
** Positions: _ _ Native English Teachers
** Starting Date: ASAP
** Salary and Benefits
1. Salary: From 2.2 -2.6 Mil Korean won per month (Salary is negotiable depending on experience)
2. Free return airfare
3. Rent: Free furnished single studio in Gangnam or 10 million KRW key money deposit lean
4. 100% Severance pay after the completion of your contract equal to one month salary
5. E2 visa sponsorship
6. 50/50 health insurance / pension (under monthly package)
7. Lunch will be provided
8. Paid vacation + National holidays (238 working days per year)
** CCLC information
1. Location: Samsung-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul (near Seonjeongneung Station (Bundang line) or Gangnamgu Office Station (Line # 7)
2. Teaching level: Kindergarten and elementary
3. Number of teachers: 14 foreign teachers and 25 Korean teachers
4. Working hours: Full time: 9:10~6:30 p.m. Mon to Fri (30hours of per week for instruction) / Part time: 9:10~ 2:40 p.m. Mon to Fri (20hours of per week for instruction)
1. Native teachers from E2 visa eligible countries
2. Bachelor¡¯s degree
3. Teachers with talents of singing or painting etc. for kids are greatly preferred
(Swim coach, Kindermusik licensed teacher, P.E. instructor etc.)
4. Teachers with the teaching certificate (for kindergarteners or elementary students) or education majored teachers can get high salary)
E-mail: [email protected]
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