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Join Sungmin English Kindergarten In Yongin Direct Hire Max 25 Teaching Hours

ūüíľ Sungmin Premier
ūüďćSouth Korea
ūüíį Competitive Salary
Housing Allowance
Medical Insurance
Severance Pay
Job Description:

We are Sungmin branch located in the Yongin area near Sujiguchung Station which takes 20min to Kangnam. Sungmin has 5 Kindergarten branches, 5 Elementary Academies and 2 English Kindergarten branches in Yongin and Suwon. 

We are currently recruiting more native English teachers to meet the demand (E2 Visa holders) to join us at Sungmin Premier School.

Location: Suji, Yongin (Sujiguchung Station)
Starting date: ASAP or May (Prefer someone already in Korea)


Current Number of Foreign Teachers: 6

Looking for: 1 new teachers 

Working hours: 9 to 6
Teaching hours: Max 25 hours per week
Students: Kindergarten Homeroom Teacher

Pay: 2.5mil ~ month starting salary 
(depending on qualifications) + Housing

Vacations: One week in summer, one week in winter, and 5 extra days off and plus all national holidays.

Benefits: All standard benefits like severance, health insurance etc.)

**Bachelor's Degree REQUIRED

If you are interested,
Please email your resume to 

veravera.sungmin@gmail.com

Sungmin Premier (Sungmin Kindergarten )

[School Website]
www.sungmin-i.com

To apply, email veravera.sungmin@gmail.com

To apply, email veravera.sungmin@gmail.com

Website: http://sungmin-i.com



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