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Full-time ESL teacher position in Seoul

💼 Francis Parker Collegiate Sungdong campus
📍Seoul, South Korea
💰 Up To 2,800,000 KRW per month
Housing Allowance
Flight Reimbursement
Severance Pay
Job Description:

Francis Parker Collegiate Sungdong campus

Native English speaker from USA, CAN, UK, IRE, AUS, NZ or SA
Bachelor’s degree from one of the countries listed above

To apply, please send your resume and a recent professional photo or introduction video to: motiverecruitingsa@gmail.com

**Contract Summary
1. Location: 410, Wangsimni-ro, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
서울 성동구 왕십리로 410 (하왕십리동) 센트라스 153타워 4층, 5층
2. No. of Current Native teachers: 13
3. No. of Teachers needed: 3
4. Start Date: 1st March, 2024
5. Arrival Date: 28th February, 2024
6. Employment Type: Full-time
7. Salary: 2,30,000 KRW ~ 2,90,000 KRW
8. Working Days: Monday ~ Friday
9. Working Hours: 9:00a.m.~6:00p.m.
*Break: 12:10p.m.~1:00p.m. / 5:30p.m.~6:00p.m.
10. Target Level: Kindy/ Elementary

** Benefits
1. Severance Package (after 1year completion of contract)
2. National Pension Program: 50% Company / 50% Instructor (Except South African)
3. Rent-Free Housing / Housing allowance
4. Paid Annual Leave: 11days
5. Flight Reimbursement: One-way ticket

** Lunch meal is provided (No lunch duty)
The system and curriculums are all set up for teachers.

Website: https://www.francisparker.kr/head/main

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👉 Apply Here: motiverecruitingsa@gmail.com

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You need to be from one of the following counties to teach English in South Korea: USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa. If you are not from one of those countries, you can still teach English in most other countries. This requirement is specific to South Korea and school's can only issue visa's to teachers from those listed countries.

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