Fantastic Positions Available in Daegu
|Number of Positions: 11-20|
Number of Positions: 11-20
Job Start Date: 2012-07-04
7 teachers for June and five teacher for July
Daegu, Uijeongbu, and Seoul
Type of Teaching Job:
Age of Students:
Number of Students in Class: 1 to 15
Number of Students in School: 100 - 250
Number of Local Teachers: 1 to 5
Number of Foreign Teachers: 2 to 5
Volunteer Position: No
Duration of Contract: 1 year
Teaching Hours Per Week: 31 to 35 hours/week
Office Hours Per Week: 0 to 5 hours/week
Salary (min): 2400000
Salary (max): 2800000
Currency: KRW | South Korea Won per month
With Pre-paid airfare, and free housing, this job offers a fantastic opportunity to save money
Tax Rate: 3.3% of monthly salary (as per government regulations)
Paid Vacation: 2 weeks - 10 days
Upon finishing your contract you are paid 1 month salary for each year you work for that employer - this is per Korean Labour Law
Looking for the best certified Canadian or American teachers with a preference given to those with a Bachelor of Education and Primary/Kindergarten experience.
Required Major or Discipline:
Native English Speaker Requirement: Yes, must be a native English speaker
Teaching Experience: 1 Year Experience Required
Teacher Certification: Teacher Certification Required
TEFL Certification: TEFL/TESL Certification Preferred but Not Required
Preferred Age of Teacher: under 40 years old
This chain of schools was established in 2001 and the curriculum is based on curricula taught in public elementary schools in Canada. The head office is located in Seoul. The director is fluent in English, having studied and lived in Canada for 10 years, making communication with her very easy. Teachers will be required to teach a variety of subjects (science, language arts, math, etc.) to one class for a full year. The school in Daegu has the best teaching, working and living condition compared to other franchises of this school.
Daegu, Korea's third largest city, is located in the Southeastern part of the country and is a center of industry and research. Busan is less than one hour away via high speed rail, and Seoul is only two hours via high speed rail. Daegu is less polluted and has a lower cost of living than either Seoul or Busan, while offering many of the benefits of big city life. Daegu was recently a World Cup host city!
Uiejeongbu is a satellite city just north of Seoul but still connected on the subway line. Teachers can live in this wonderful city with a small town feel and still spend their weekends attending cultural events in Seoul. Here, there is an even better cost of living ratio than in Seoul.