Posted by: evedlewis | March 10, 2010

**JOB OPENINGS AT MY SCHOOL**

Hello to all who read and visit my blog!  I just wanted to let you know there will be two job openings at my school for a full-time ESL Teacher this year.  The first position will start on May 3, 2010, and the second position will start on September 1, 2010.  The hours are 1pm-9pm or 2pm-10pm.  Please contact the e-mail address below if you or anyone you know may be interested. 

Most people can live on less than $1,000 per month here without a problem and save or spend the other $1,000 as they wish.  The school will pay for your living arrangements and the living expenses are extremely low, so it’s a great way to earn an income while saving or paying off debt.  The school will also pay for your flight to Korea (if you don’t already live here).  You won’t have to pay for a car note or car insurance, high health insurance or a mortgage – so, you can easily pocket/spend your earnings without feeling stressed.

Read below for more details:

English Teacher (Vacancy Announcement)

 Blue Ocean English Institute, an English Leaning Institute in Jeon-ju, South Korea, is seeking an English teacher to commence work in May 2010.

 This is a full-time teaching job for Elementary- and Middle-school Korean students who are learning English as a second language. This is a one-year commitment to living and teaching in South Korea.

 The successful candidate will be expected to teach English classes to students in English immersion classes. As such, all classes will be taught in English. The English teacher will teach up to 32 classes per week, where each class lasts for 45 minutes. The daily schedule will be set by the school. Proficiency in Korean is not required.

 LocationJeon-ju, South Korea

 Work Begins:  The English teacher will begin teaching classes on Monday, May 3, 2010. The English teacher should arrive one week earlier (approximately April 26, 2010) for the orientation and training. In order to commence work at the proper time, the proper paperwork must be gathered and submitted in order to obtain an E-2 Visa to teach in South Korea.

 Compensation: 2,200,000 KRW (As the exchange rate fluctuates, this amount is a little below $2,000 each month.)

 Benefits: The Employer will enroll the instructor in the Korean National Health Insurance Plan. Blue Ocean will pay for the transportation (airfare) from the point of hire to the school’s location in South Korea. Blue Ocean will provide the English teacher with housing and furniture in either a single studio apartment or a private bedroom in an apartment shared with another instructor.

 RequirementsBachelor’s degree.  Excellent communication skills in English, and an interest in teaching English to second-language learners. Adaptability to living in South Korea.  Strong academic record.  Teacher certification not required.

 To apply: Email eekim223@gmail.com with your résumé and a cover letter. Qualified candidates will be contacted with additional information and may be forwarded for a phone interview.

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Responses

  1. i love your blog and i am really trying to get a teaching position over there!!!!

    • Danna – thanks for reading my blog!! And – YAYYYY!!!! Hope u can get a position here!!!! 😉 It’s a great opportunity!!!! 😉

  2. hi there,

    im actually reading ur blog and its quiet interesting
    i was thinking of applying for the said position, my city is close to jeonju which is namwon, i wonder if u can help me on how to apply, is it too late enough for me to submit my application???

    looking forward for ur response….

    • Hey Czelle — The position at my school has actually been filled, but there are many openings all across Jeonju. You should check the Jeonju Hub and Daves ESL Cafe for current positions. You can also contact the recruiting company I used at http://www.eslpark.com. Good Luck!! 😉


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