Best ESL Jobs is one of the leading and reputable recruiting agencies that provide reliable placement services since 2005. If you wish to find a great teaching opportunity in Korea, we are here to serve you better.
CDI is looking for teachers interested in working with a great language institute in beautiful Korea. The high pay on offer is of particular interest to those teachers who want to pay off their debt, like student loans or even auto loans. It’s a chance to save money, make your own debt relief and get ahead.
CDI is Korea’s foremost leader of English education. With over 90 locations throughout Korea, 20,000 students, nearly 1,000 trained and certified instructors, and a comprehensive pre-developed curriculum, CDI has proven itself to be more than “just a teaching job”. Our high salaries are a reflection of the premium value with place on our instructors. CDI is one of the few places in Korea where you can develop professionally and move into our other business areas after teaching: HR, R&D, New Media, Instructor Training, and much more.
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Here is your chance to make a positive difference in the life of your students. Samkwang International Christian School is a Christian school located in Bucheon, South Korea. You can make a difference and earn extra money to pay off loans, reduce your debt, and get ahead.
Samkwang International Christian School (SICS) is currently seeking native English-speaking teachers to teach in our K-6 school in Bucheon. If you would like to educate young people in a Christian environment, then we want to hear from you. You will not only be paid but also render Christian service to the students in our school. Our school considers all of its teachers and staff to be missionaries, ministering to the students and to their colleagues.
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TEACH ENGLISH IN KOREA!! FREE HOUSING AND FREE AIRFARE!! SAVE MONEY TO PAY OFF STUDENT LOANS!
YBM Education ECC is Korea’s largest and most reputable English language institute. YBM has numerous divisions catering to the sole purpose of English language education in Korea. Our publishing division is in charge of publishing the Korean edition and English edition of Newsweek, National Geographic, and Reader’s Digest as well as the Random House Korean-English Dictionary. YBM is the official test administrator of the TOEIC exam in Korea and the Microsoft Office User Specialist exam. YBM generates over $420 million US dollars in revenue per year. The Joongang Daily one of Korea’s most popular newspapers has referred to YBM as the “undisputed giant in Korea’s English education market”.
Check out our website www.ybmecc.co.kr for extensive information and pictures of our schools throughout the beautiful country of Korea. Click on the tab “ECC Locations” or “Pictures of ECC”. We have many locations available: urban, suburban, waterfront etc. throughout the year.
Qualifications: You must be a native speaker of English with just a minimum of a B.A. in any field and hold a valid passport. Experience is not necessary.
Benefits you receive while working at a company-owned ECC:
-Salary of 2.0 million won and up / month – about $2,100-2500 US $2,200-2,600 CAN (depending on education and experience)
-Guaranteed contracts; you will always be paid on time and in full by our head office in Seoul
-Only 26 teaching hours a week (far less than our competitors who usually require 30 teaching hours a month)
-Overtime is 16,000 won and up ($17-21 US $17-22 CAN) per 40-minute class
-Return airfare from nearest major city of prospective teachers
-Rent-free pre-furnished housing located near the school
-Korean medical coverage
-Pension tax refund for Canadian and American teachers (you get 9% of your income back when you go back to your country)
-Year-end completion bonus (extra month salary)
To apply for a great position at YBM ECC:
Forward the following items by email to YBM Education Head Office at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
1.Your updated resume (MS word document or text file)
2.A recent digital photo of yourself
3.State the date you will be available to come to Korea
To qualify for the E2 teaching visa you must:
1.Be a native English speaker
2.Have a minimum Bachelor’s degree in any major from an accredited university
3.Hold a valid passport from one of the following countries: USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand
We offer one-year contracts with a very competitive salary (incl. bonuses), along with free housing, and round-trip airfare. You also pay very little taxes and receive Korean medical coverage. Come and experience Korea, one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan countries of Asia.
Do not worry if you are a first time teacher or new to the ECC program. We offer 5 full days of paid training and orientation at our Head Office from a professional teacher trainer. During this session, there will be a “Living in Korea” segment as well, to help you get adjusted to your life in a new country.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Make the right choice with RBI!
– No experience necessary.
– All you need is a University Degree (any major).
– NO fees to pay for any of our services.
If you’re looking for a GOOD teaching position in Busan and Seoul then look no further! We ONLY deal with PROVEN GOOD schools in Busan and Seoul so you won’t have to deal with any additional difficulties during your stay in Korea. You can come to Korea and earn good money.
I am a Canadian teacher that has been teaching in Korea for the last 6 years. My wife has been recruiting for the last 5 years so we are very familiar with the job market in this area. We visit the schools and check out the living accommodations to ensure that you will have a good working and living environment. We know all the schools in Busan and Seoul and will ONLY offer you jobs from PROVEN GOOD schools! We will ALWAYS connect you with a teacher currently working at the school!
With ALL our schools, we have placed a teacher there in the past and received a positive recommendation. Best of all, we’re located in Busan so we can provide you with fast and helpful support if the need arises.
All jobs will provide:
– A month salary of 2.1-2.3 million Won for 30 hours per week.
– Severance payment at the end of your 1-year contract.
– Medical insurance 50/50.
– Prepaid Round-trip airfare.
– 10 days paid vacation.
– Fully furnished apartment (rent-free).
It’s very easy to get a teaching position through us as we have many job openings every month. We do all the legwork to make your job search as easy and convenient as possible.
To apply, simply e-mail us your resume in MS WORD FORMAT and a scanned picture (a smiling picture will get you the best job offers) to: email@example.com
It’s time for another addition of TEFLers Around the World. This time, I found three interesting blogs that deserve to be on your reading list or at least occupy your time until you find something better and more interesting to do. I highlight these blogs because they are ones that you should be reading if you are new to the TEFL profession.
First, we have Sadebugo’s Travel Blog. The writer seems to be spamming(actually ‘posting about’ may be better) his blog all over the place, but what the heck, he’s got some interesting articles and travel experiences so maybe he just wants to promote it. He’s running a Slovakia slideshow and the pictures look great. There are some nice gems on his blog, but the Montel Williams Pharmacy referral ad seems interesting, if not out of place, on a TEFL blog. Do check it out for yourself.
EFLGeek is teacher who has a lot to say. He is using a TypePad blog, but I won’t hold it against him. I am sure his heart is in the right place. He’s got a lot of opinions and a lot of great information on teaching in Korea. His posts are peppered with the wisdom that can only be found in a seasoned TEFL veteran in a country like Korea. Don’t teach in Korea without checking out his blog.
This Guy is Teaching Abroad is a TEFL Trainer and teacher in Mexico and gives a insider’s look at teaching in Mexico. I enjoy checking it out from time to time to get a feeling for what’s going on in Mexico. Want to teach in Mexico? You better be reading it. Guy always has time to help out newbies so I am sure you can get a lot of your Mexico questions answered there.
If you want me to take a look at your TEFL/EFL/ELT blog, just drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will take a look at it and see about reviewing your blog.