Great Opportunities to Teach in South Korean Public Schools with the Government Sponsored EPIK Program

SOUTH KOREA / SeoulESL

Discover Korea and teach English in Korean public schools through the English Program In Korea (EPIK)

– School Type: Korean public schools (elementary ~ high school)
– Location: Nationwide
– Starting Date: Spring/Fall
– Teaching age group: Elementary ~ high school students
– Salary: 2.0~2.7 million Korean Won per month
– Contract Length: One year (renewable)
– Vacation: about 18 days & national holiday
– Working Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00AM ~ 5:00PM
– Teaching Hours: Approximately 22 hours per week

Duties
EPIK teachers are required to assist Korean English teachers with their classes and practice duties specified by Metropolitan Office of Education (MOE)/Provincial Office of Education (POE). Preparing classes and developing teaching materials are essential parts of the job.

Benefits
– Furnished single housing
– Severance payment (approx. one month’s salary)
– National pension
– National health insurance
– 300,000 KRW Settlement allowance
– 2,000,000 KRW Renewal allowance upon contract renewal
– 1,300,000 KRW Entrance allowance
– 1,300,000 KRW Exit allowance
– EPIK orientation (7~10 days)
– Income Tax Exemption (US,AU,NZ,UK, SA citizens only)
* Benefits are subject to changes depending on the program.

Qualifications
– Be a citizen of a country where English is the primary language (must be from USA, Canada, UK, New Zealand, Ireland, Australia or South Africa)
– Hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
– Possess no criminal history

Please submit your resume to apply@seoulesl.com

Nationalities Accepted: Native English Speakers only

Expires: June 9, 2018

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