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English Teacher Needed

💼 Maple Bear
📍Seongnam-si, South Korea
💰 Up To 2,500,000 KRW per month
Language School
Housing Allowance
Medical Insurance
Job Description:

Maple Bear Bundang-Pangyo Campus in Korea is now welcoming applications for end of October/ Early November 2023 AM-Kindy position.
We are currently seeking qualified, self-motivated native English teachers. This campus is in a gorgeous area near the Tancheon, and many neighborhoods of Seoul are very easy to travel to! Other areas, such as markets and cafe streets, are plentiful in the Seongnam area. Come join our awesome team!
Job Title: English Teacher
Teaching Level: Age 4-6
Salary: 2.5 + (depending on education and experience)
Minimum Qualifications:
A. Bachelor’s degree
B. TEFL Certification
C. Passport w/ 6 months
D. Fully Vaccinated
*Teaching experience preferred*
A. At least 16 paid vacation days in the 2023-2024 school year (and a few more in January 2023!) plus Korean National Holidays (More than average!)
B. 1 way ticket to Korea or 300,000 won assistance with moving expenses
C. Loft Housing (Around 15-16 pyeong -- big apartments! All apartments are within a 4-5 minute walk of Yatap Station)
D. Health Insurance and National Pension 50/50
School Location: Bundang-Pangyo / 30 minutes from Gangnam, Jamsil
Work Schedule: 8:30 to 5:30, up to 30 in-class hours a week
Interested please email enjjny@gmail.com

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