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Date 2013-07-20 20:07:43 Location : Asia:Korea



We have tons of experience supplying teachers to EPIK (English Program In Korea), which is run by the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology; the many Provincial Offices of Education; as well as a large number of other English language institutions (hagwons). This varied experience enables I Love ESL to provide you with many more English teaching job options than the average recruiter. We are well versed in the Korean culture and language as well; consequently we are ideally positioned to help your transition to Korea

Established in 1998 by a Korean-Canadian, I Love ESL will share our extensive knowledge of Korean lifestyles, language skills and advices to help find the right job for you. Our strong relationships with the Provincial and Metropolitan Offices of Education enable us to help you with issues that may arise while you are teaching in Korea. It is extremely important to have a well-experienced and trustworthy recruiter help you get a reliable job and take care of the various issues while you are working in Korea. We are a people-oriented organization and are committed to give our best in ensuring your satisfaction with your teaching placement. Our roles and responsibilities do not end when you enter Korea. We will provide on-going supports throughout your stay in Korea!

Once we receive your information, we will contact you as soon as we can.


JOB #1


We have many private language institution jobs from ASAP to September 2013. If you are interested in private language institutions (Hagwons), please visit and email us the necessary information.

Once we receive your information, we will contact you as soon as we can

JOB #2

2013 English Summer Camp of JinJu National University of Education

1. POSITION: 2013 Summer English camp instructor

2. LOCATION: Jin-Ju city Kyungsangnam-do, South Korea

* July 28, 2013 to August 03, 2013 (one week camp) : two positions available. Salary will be 800,000 Won.
* July 28, 2013 to August 09, 2013 (one week camp) : two positions available. Salary will be 160,000 Won.

*Summer Camp tends to available between July and August of each year (Winter camp available early January of each year)

- Due to the length of the contract, Chinju National University of Education prefers to hire teachers who are already in Korea. Current E2 visa holders can also apply with an official letter from his/her current employer (your current employer needs to give you a letter of permission to teach at the camp).
-Native Speaker
-Bachelor’s or above
-Relevant teaching experience

Salary Offer: From 1,600,000~nego for two weeks camp including the orientation (Depending on Teacher’s Level and period). 800,000 for 1week camp.

Working Hours: 9:00AM~6:00PM(Mon~Fri) ,(must show up by 8:50am) )
-Teaching elementary students (10 years old ~ 13 years old) and middle school students
-Participated in 1-2 time field trip on Sunday (one field trip for one week camp)

-Offered Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
-Provided accommodation in dorm
-Excellent working conditions

-Resume and cover letter
-Recent photo
-Copy of passport information page
-letter of permission from your current employer if you are under E-2 visa
-Letters of reference if you already have

Only eligible candidates will be contacted for an interview.

CUE is located in Chinju, which is a peaceful and beautiful city situated in southern Korea, not far from Busan. Unlike many national Universities in Korea, CUE is large enough to offer many excellent benefits and facilities to our instructors. It is also small enough that it possesses a friendly atmosphere and a unique campus culture.
Jinju (Chinju) city, Gyungsangnam-do, South Korea


JOB #3


A Korean branch of a reputable international school located in the metropolitan city of Busan (near Haeundae beach), South Korea is looking for qualified teachers. The school (main campus) was established in 2008 as part of the Nacel International School System, and is accredited through North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA-CASI). The school is located near the beach and you can watch the views while you are teaching at the school.

The school provides its students with the knowledge and skills they need to be ethnically responsible leaders who think critically, act wisely, and work effectively to advance the common good in their higher education and in the global community.

Course Offerings
In our mission to prepare students to become knowledgeable and responsible leaders, We offers a wide variety of courses in science, mathematics, language arts, foreign language, social science, arts, and physical education.

# of openings 10+ (6 home room teachers and 5-6 teachers who can teach a specific subject)

Required qualification for all teachers : Must be USA a citizen since curriculum of the school is based on USA school credit systems. If you do not meet the specific qualifications discussed below but if you think you have equivalent qualifications please send your resume in.

Qualification for home room teacher : Have a teacher certificate in USA or Education degree (teaching experience is preferred but not a must).

Qualification for the teachers who needs to teach a specific subject:
Looking for teachers who can teach the following subjects (You mainly will be teaching one of the subjects).
1. Music
2. Art
3. PE (physical education)
4. Computer
5. ESL (teach English as second language)

Need to have one of the qualification below
1 Have a USA teaching certificate and who can teach one of the subjects based on the certificate (If you have education degree and can teach one of the subject you will be considered).


2. Major in a the subject discussed above (in this case teaching experience is preferred).

Starting date: At the beginning of September 2013 (teachers need to arrive mid-August and needs to have approximately 2 weeks tanning before they commence work).

Age group: Kindergarten to grade 6

working hours: 8 am to 5pm (actual teachers hours will be shorter)

Contract period: from September 2013 to June 30th of 2014 (if you renew the

contract you will be getting two months unpaid vacation). Prefer teachers who can work more than a year (long term contract is welcome)

Completion bonus : $3,000 USD

Vacation: 10 days

Salary: 2.2 to 2.5 M depending on your qualification

Single housing

Government pension plan, Korean government medical insurance etc. will be provided

Air fare is provided


JOB #4 GEPIK (GyeongGi English Program In Korea)-March-June starting positions.

Teachers in Korea, who can have a face to face interview are welcome to apply

GEPIK is the Gyeonggi-do Province school division’s English program. The cities located in this province are what we refer to as Seoul "Satellite" cities. The GEPIK program is a government initiative that employs native English teachers to teach in Public schools. Being government schools, the contract is 100% secure.

Successful applicants will be required to conduct English conversation classes for Korean primary and secondary school students as part of the Korean government''s aim to promote and strengthen English language education. A candidate should have a strong sense of creativity and motivation as well as enjoy working with young children as part of an academic team. Successful applicants are expected to focus on the development of oral communication skills using interactive teaching methods.

BA degree in any major plus one of the followings
- ESL Certification of at least 100 hours (TESOL, TEFL, CELTA, etc.) from an accredited institution
- A degree in a related field (Education, English Language or Linguistics)
- At least one full years experience as a full time instructor at an accredited institution or school

The term of the contract is for 52 weeks.
The NETs shall work 8 hours per day, 5 calendar days per week excluding Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays (approx. 14 days) of the Republic of Korea. The work hours of NETs may follow the normal work schedule of Korean teachers.

Start Date: MAY 2013- October 2013

# of positions: FEW openings

Locations: throughout Gyeongi provice (Seongnam City, Ansung, Hanam city, Ilsan, Bundang, Goyang, Namyangju, Paju, Suwon etc.)

Salary offered: 2.1M~2.5M Korean won (depending on teacher''s qualification and experience)
Fully furnished single housing or housing allowance (400,000 won per month)
Working Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm or 9:00am~5:00pm (Mon ~ Fri)
Teaching Hours: 22 hours per week
Settlement Fee: 300,000 Korean won upon your arrival
Paid Vacation: 4 weeks paid vacation
100% Severance pay once you complete 1 year contract
50% Medical Insurance
50% National Pension Plan
Round Trip Airfare (reimbursement)
Team teaching with Korean co-teacher


JOB #5: EPIK (English Program In Korea) 2014 March INTAKE-- You need to APPLY NOW to secure a position !!!

EPIK 2014 February INTAKE (starting February 18, 2014 - Public School jobs offered by the Korean Ministry of Education).

EPIK (English Program In Korea), affiliated to the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology invites responsible and enthusiastic native English speakers to conduct English conversation classes for Korean primary, middle or secondary public school students to promote and strengthen English language education in Korea.

EPIK teachers have regular working hours and as Korean government employees, the jobs are secure. EPIK teachers will never be released from their contracts for budget, institutional problems nor for preferential reasons. Also being an only National English Teaching Program sponsored by the Korean government, EPIK can carry more weight on your resume. Your teaching experience in EPIK also has more prestige and can bring widespread recognition in a local community or even in a city or province. EPIK can provide you a great launching point for an English (ESL/EFL) teaching career.

• STARTING October 01, 2013, the EPIK office will start accepting the application to schedule interviews for the 2013 FEBRUARY intake.
• The job officially starts on February 20, 2014.
• There is no designated application deadline since the employment is given on a first-come, first-served basis.
• Spots; however, are filling up quickly!
• We recommend you to contact us ASAP to begin your application process!
• IF YOU ARE AN USA CITIZEN, OBTAINING THE FBI CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK AND HAVING IT APOSTILLED CAN TAKE UP TO 4 MONTHS (the earlier you have this documents ready, the better your chance to secure the job in your preferred location).

Please remember that the positions are in very high demands and to be placed in your preferred location (especially the metropolitan cities which attract more applicants); it is strongly recommended that you apply asap to give enough time for you to gather your Visa documents.

If you are interested in applying for this exciting EPIK job (public school teaching job through the Ministry of Education of Korea), there is one thing that we cannot stress enough. APPLY EARLY!

EPIK participants require no teaching experience but must meet the following basic eligibility requirements:
• Be a citizen of a country where English is the primary language: Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, UK or USA.
• Must have studied from the junior high level (7th grade) and resided for at least 10 years or more in one of the above countries.
• Ethnic Koreans with legal residency in a country where English is the primary language can apply, but must provide proof of English education beginning from the junior high school level (grade 7).
• Must have one of the following qualifications:
- A Bachelor''s degree with a valid teacher certification for either elementary or secondary level schools.
- A Bachelor''s degree in Education.
- A Bachelor''s degree in English, English Education, English Literature, or Linguistics.
- A Bachelor''s degree with a TESOL/TEFL or an English Teaching Certificate comprised of a minimum of 100 course hours (you need to complete the TEFL certificate by January. 20th, 2013).
- A Master''s degree.
- A Bachelor''s degree with at least ONE (1) full year of English teaching experience at accredited institutions.
- Have the ability and willingness to adapt to Korean culture and living.

Public schools and Korean government Educational Institutions throughout South Korea

• February 25th, 2013 – February 24th, 2014 (length of the contract is one year)
• The contract is subject to renewal thereafter

POSITION DESCRIPTIONS (Working hours and duties):
• Working hours: 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday.
• Teaching hours: 22 hours (classes) per week during the school hours.
• Conduct English conversation classes for Korean Public School students and teachers.
• Prepare teaching materials for English language education.
• Assist in developing teaching materials for English language education.
• Assist with activities related to English language education and other extracurricular activities.
• Assist Korean teachers with their English classes and/or jointly conduct English classes.

• Salary: Monthly salary from 2.0-2.85 Million Korean Won depending on your qualifications and the location you teach ($25,000-31,000 USD annum before overtime pay).
• Free Roundtrip Airfare: Provided in the form of Entrance and Exit Allowances).
• Free Furnished Housing: Single studio-type housing provided.
• Paid Vacations: Minimum 21+ calendar days per year in addition to the national holidays (12-14 days) or 5-8 weeks paid vacation in some provinces.
• Government Medical Plan: Pursuant to the National Medical Insurance Act, 50% of your medical insurance premiums will be paid by your host POE. This medical insurance will allow you to receive medical attention and prescription medicines at a fraction of their original cost.
• National Pension Scheme: Pursuant to the Korean National Pension Corporation Act, 50% of your compulsory pension contributions will be paid by your host POE. At present, only EPIK English teachers holding American, Australian and Canadian citizenship are eligible for a lump-sum pension refund upon successfully completing their contract and departing Korea.
• Severance Pay: Equals to approximately one month''s salary.
• Settlement Allowance: 300,000 Won ($270 USD).
• Renewal Allowance: 2,000,000 KRW ($1,800 USD) will be provided upon successful completion and renewal of your contract with the same POE.
• Tax Exemption: 2 years of income tax exemption (except for Canadians and Irish).
• No recruitment charges to you.