Where to find work in South Korea
Employers in South KoreaAdventure Teaching is a recruitment agency, for positions teaching pre-school to high school. Canadian Connection offers 1-year contracts, paying 1.8 to 2.8 million won per month. You need a degree in an English field, a TEFL certificate, teaching experience, and listed nationality. Chung Dahm has 180 campuses and employs around 1,000 teachers. Graduates from English speaking countries can apply, experience with children is ideal. The EPIK (English Programme in Korea) is run by the Ministry of Education and places around 3,000 graduates in state schools across the country. Find out more information here. Flying Cows is a UK based recruitment company, offering 12-month contracts for teaching positions in Korea. Gyeonggi English Program in Korea (GEPIK) employs around 1,000 teachers for public schools in the Gyeonggi-do province. You’ll be the only native teacher in your school, teaching 22 classes of 45-minutes per week, with optional overtime classes. You can apply as a couple/friendship group as well as on your own. Gone2Korea is a recruitment agency looking for both newbie and seasoned TEFL teachers. You need to be a native speaker of the listed nationality, have a degree, and criminal record check. The Teach and Learn in Korea (TaLK) Program looks for graduates to teach English to elementary kids living in rural areas, 15 hours per week. You need a degree and to be from one of the approved countries. Visit The TEFL Org Jobs Centre to see our latest listings of jobs in South Korea. TEFL Job Korea recruits teachers mostly in Daegu Metropolitan City. Native speakers (with a degree and criminal records check) from participating countries can apply.
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Naju, Jeollanam-do, South Korea
4 weeks ago
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