Teaching as an ESL teacher in Korean Private High School
Date 2012-11-01 03:11:27 Location : Asia:Korea
Candidates who won''t feel uncomfortable in Christian school
female American preferred, education degree preferred
School Type: Christian Private High School
School Location : Ansan , Gyeonggi
Starting date: Feb 2013
Working hours: 08:30-16:30
Teaching hours: 22 hours per week
Salary: 2.0~2.3 mil won
Overtime: 20,000 won
Housing: single studio
Vacation: 20 working days
Benefits: medical insurance, national pension, round trip tickets, severance pay, settlement allowance(300,000won)
Please send your resume with photo ( occupation as well as life if possible), indicating your date of birth, visa type (if in Korea), whether holding one of these: TESOL certification (at least 100 hours) / education degree / teaching license, etc.
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