Public Schools in Busan, South Korea
South Korea Teaching Kindergarten english job Id: SK6831
Salary: ¥2,000,000 KRW to ¥2,500,000 KRW per month
Location: Busan South Korea, South Korea
Working Hours: Monday to Friday 22 teaching hours, weekends off
Date posted: Thu, 16 May 2019 00:00:00 +0000
USD $1,800.00 to $2,250.00 monthly
EUR €1,600.00 to €2,000.00 monthly
GBP £1,400.00 to £1,750.00 monthly
CAD $2,200.00 to $2,750.00 monthly
AUD $2,400.00 to $3,000.00 monthly
ZAR R25,000.00 to R31,250.00 monthly
Apply for this job
More Jobs in South Korea
EPIK (English Program in Korea) is a program that works to improve the English speaking abilities of students and teachers in Korea, to foster cultural exchanges, and to reform English teaching methodologies in Korea. We are now accepting applications for the Autumn 2016 term with positions starting on September 1st.
Teaching location : Busan
School type: Public school
Available positions: 10
Starting date : 2016-09-01
Teaching days : Monday to Friday, weekends off
Working schedule : AM 08 :40 ~ PM 04 :40
Teaching hours : 22 teaching hours per week
Monthly salary : Month KRW 2,000,000~2,500,000
Overtime pay : KRW 20,000 (Won/Hour)
Accommodation (Housing offer) : Single apartment is provided
Visa: E2 visa is provided
Benefits : Flight (Round trip )/Medical & Pension/Severance/Paid Vacation (18 days)
qualifications for apply for this opportunity?
1. Be a Citizen of One of the 7 Native English Speaking Countries
- In accordance with the Korean Ministry of Justice law , EPIK teachers must be a citizen of one of the following countries : USA, Canada, UK, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.
* Canadian citizens from the Quebec province must have been taught at English speaking schools from junior high school forth grade to the university level to be eligible to teach English in Korea.
* Must have studied from at least the junior high level ( 7th grade ) and graduated from a university in one of the seven designated countries listed above.
* South African citizens must provide proof that their schooling in middle school and high school was conducted in English. Letter from the schools will be sufficient proof and must be submitted with the applicant’s initial application.
a. Ethnic Korean Applicants with Foreign Citizenship
Ethnic Korean applicants with foreign citizenship or legal residencies in one of the 7 native-English speaking countries must have been taught in English-language schools from junior high school forth grade and have lived abroad for minimum of 10 years. (If you are a male citizen of the Republic of Korea under the age of 35, you must have either completed mandatory military service or have received an official waiver).
b. Applicants who emigrated to one of the 7 countries
Applicants from non-English language backgrounds whose first language is not English and immigrated to one of the 7 native English speaking countries must have been taught at English-language schools from junior high school forth to the university level.
2. Hold a 3-4 Year Bachelor’s Degree in Any Field
Applicants must hold a 3-4 year BA or BS in any field in order to apply. Those that are currently enrolled in their final year at university may also apply to JIK EPIK. However in addition to the regular JIK-EPIK process you must submit a letter of expected graduation.
3. Be TEFL/TESOL/CELTA Certified
You can apply if you will receive the original certificate by August
Applicants must have completed or currently be enrolled in a 100-hour or more TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification program. Both online and offline certifications are accepted by EPIK. If you hold a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Education, you do NOT have to complete a TEFL/TESOL/CELTA course.
4. Have No Criminal Record (misdemeanors or felonies)
Applicants applying to EPIK cannot have any criminal record. Applicants will be required to obtain a National-Level Criminal Record Check (CRC). The record must be completely clear with no criminal record being stated. Those with any stated past criminal record cannot apply to EPIK. Both misdemeanors and felonies will disqualify you from applying to EPIK. Misdemeanors like public intoxication are also not accepted. Traffic violations generally do not appear on CRCs.
5. Be in Good Mental & Physical Health
Due to the nature of liability, EPIK only accepts applicants who are in good health and do not have major health problems. Applicants will be required to fill out a self-medical check survey as well as complete a physical when they arrive in Korea. Those that have a clinical medical condition will be required to submit a note from their doctor or physician stating that the condition will not affect their ability to teach in a foreign country.
6. Under the Age of 62
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Reviews from candidates with this employer
< More jobs