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Seeking 2 Native English Teacher start work on Sep 1st 2024

πŸ’Ό Spot English Academy
πŸ“Chungju, South Korea
πŸ’° Up To 2,600,000 KRW per month
Full-Time
Private School
Housing Allowance
Severance Pay
Job Description:

Job Ad:
Seeking 2 Native English teacher (experienced teachers are welcomed) to start work on September 1st at Spot English Academy (hagwon) in Chungju, Korea.

*1 Part time, 1 Full time teacher needed

Visa Requirements: F visas or E2 visa holders preferred.

Class Hours: Average of 24-27 hours per week (3 to 5 classes a day).

Working Hours: 1:20 PM onwards, dependent on your schedule (ending times vary everyday between 6PM, 7 PM, 9 PM, 10 PM).

Prep Time: One hour before the first class and during break times.

Vacation Time: 11 paid vacation days

Red Days: No work on public holidays.

Salary: Starting from 2.4 million KRW per month, negotiable based on experience.
(For a part time Teacher, one teaching hour, 30,000won, maximum 15 classes)

Grade Level: Elementary to Middle school (ages 8-16).

Class Length: 50 minutes per class.

Insurance Coverage/Severance: Included (U.S. citizens are covered with pension). Full time teacher only.

Housing: Provided, fully furnished (no room sharing). Full time teacher only.

Current Team: 6 instructors (4 foreign, 2 Korean).

Additional Benefits: No progress reports or regular parent meetings, prompt payment, teaching materials and office computer provided.

Contact Info: Please email your resume to

daisyenglishtr@gmail.com

**Teachers from America, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia New Zealand, and South Africa only can get E2 visa in Korea for teaching English.

Further details can be discussed during the online interview.



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πŸ‘‰ Apply Here: daisyenglishtr@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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