Job Overview for Canadian Connection:
Salary Per Month:
Late Afternoon (3pm-6pm)
Preschool (age 3-5)
Elementary & Junior (age 5-15)
High School & College Prep (age 15-18)
Job Requirements for Canadian Connection
Bachelor or above
Native North American
Native Australian/New Zealand
Native South Africa
Min Hours Per Week:
Take that first step towards a great adventure and apply with Canadian Connection. We help ESL teachers find excellent teaching opportunities in private and public schools throughout South Korea. Free housing and airfare provided. We assist you every step of the way from your interview to your arrival in Korea. We also offer continued support during your year abroad from our offices in Toronto and Seoul.
Canadian Connection will do the following: Match applicants with an appropriate school, Negotiate your contract, Collect documents and process working visa, Make all travel arrangements, Supply teachers with travel kit which includes maps, travel guide, cultural insights book, and an introduction to the Korean language brochure, Put teachers in contact with current/former teachers, Act as ongoing liaison between the school and the teacher.
EPIK is a department within the Korean Ministry of Education that is in charge of hiring Native English teachers for the majority of school boards throughout Korea. Due the fact that they have so many positions to fill, EPIK designates certain recruitment agencies to assist with hiring and Canadian Connection is one of the designated agencies.
In addition to EPIK, School Boards also hire additional teachers on their own to meet their specific needs and in these cases they may also employ agencies to assist with recruitment. Here are the school board programs we are also currently hiring for directly: GOE (Gyeongnam office of education), JLP (Jeollanamdo office of education)
Private institute (hagwon) positions are available as well. The majority of hagwons that we recruit for are located in the metropolitan cities and some suburban areas.
Schedule: Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Teaching hours: 22 per week (public), ~30 per week (private)
School levels: Elementary, middle, and high school (public); Kindergarten, elementary (private)
Vacation: 18 working days (public), 10 working days (private) + Korean national holidays
Salary: 2,100,000-2,700,000 KRW per month
Settlement allowance: 300,000 KRW
Housing: Non-shared housing provided – schools pay rent, teachers cover utilities
Airfare: 1,300,000 KRW allowances for both entry and exit
Start dates: Monthly
Contract length: 1 year
Locations: All across Korea (metropolitan, suburban, rural)
– Native speaker of English
– Bachelor’s degree
– TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification
– Passport from one of the following countries: Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa
How to Apply?
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