Afternoon Job near Jamsil (Sujin subway station, subway line 8)
Date 2012-12-08 04:12:45 Location : Asia:Korea
#Qualification: a. E-2 holder who is passionate and energetic
b. Who has experience teaching elementary & middle school students
-Location: Seongnam(Sujin subway stn, subway line 8, Close to Jamsil stn)
* It takes about 20 minutes from Jamsil stn to Sujin stn
-Starting date: ASAP
-Teaching day: Monday~Friday
-Teaching hours: 120 hours/month
-Teaching hour: 2:40 PM ~ 10 PM
-Working hour: 2 PM~10 PM
-Student Type: Elementary & middle school student
-Pay: 2.3~2.4 mil won/month
-One-way air ticket
-Medical Insurance: 50%
-Accommodation: Single furnished accommodation or Housing allowance(400,000won)
-Paid vacation: 10 working days/year
-Severance pay: one month Salary after the completion of the contract
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