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Now interviewing for spring public schools

Date 2013-01-06 21:01:51 Location : Asia:Korea

Now interviewing for spring public schools in Busan, Incheon, Ulsan, Jeollanamdo, Jeollabukdo and Gyeonggido - hired directly by schoolboard

Greetings Teachers,

Canadian Connection is an educational consulting agency based out of Toronto which recruits teachers for ESL positions in public schools, private institutes, and companies. We are currently interviewing for all of our public school positions for next year with start dates in February, March, April, August and October.

We have contracts directly with school boards so you will know where you are going prior to departure

Various Public Schools

Schedule: Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 5:00

Classroom Hours: 20 to 22 teaching hours per week.

Vacation: 3-4 weeks + national holidays and all weekends

Salary: 1,800,000 to 2,500,000 Korean won per month Current Exchange Rates

Settlement Allowance: 300,000 Won

Severance Bonus: 1 month salary

School Type: Elementary, Junior High, and High School

Housing: non-shared housing supplied, schools pay rent, teachers cover util.

Airfare: Entrance allowance of 1,300,000 Korean Won when you arrive in Korea to cover your airfare and an Exit Allowance of 1,300,000 Korean Won to cover your airfare before you leave Korea at the end of your contract.

Start dates: February, March, April , August, September and November with a one week orientation

Contract Length: 1 calendar year with an option to renew for additional years

Locations: various cities and towns throughout the country, both metro and rural, including Busan, Incheon, and Ulsan metropolitan cities along with spots in Gyeonggi, Jeollabuk and Jeollanam province.

Preferences: Applicants that hold a bachelors degree not majoring in English or Education will need to complete a TESL or TEFL certificate of 100 hours or more and schools prefer courses that include at least 20 hours of in class instruction

Thanks for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you!