Are you a recent college graduate or college senior who is interested in not only teaching, but living abroad to experience a different country and culture?
Aclipse currently seeks to fill hundreds of teaching jobs for our internationally-respected client in South Korea. Our client provides generous compensation and benefits to ensure their teachers live comfortably, travel, save money, learn a new language, and make a difference in the lives of their students.
If you are adventurous, outgoing, and genuinely interested in teaching, education, and living abroad, this could be the perfect opportunity for you. Teaching experience is not required to qualify for these instructor positions and since you will teach classes in English, fluency in Korean is also not necessary.
Our client, ChungDahm Learning, is a leader in Korea's English education, with over 120 locations throughout Korea. Every year ChungDahm employs more than 1,000 North American teachers in their schools. ChungDahm Learning's research-based English language curriculum prepares their Korean students to successfully use English in both academic and business environments. ChungDahm’s instructors deliver engaging lessons to improve listening, reading comprehension, and communication skills. Airfare to and from Korea is reimbursed and, depending on your contract, housing assistance is provided as well.
You must meet the following requirements to qualify for a work visa to Teach English in Korea:
Be a citizen from the US, the UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, South Africa, or New Zealand.
Complete at least 10 years of education in one of the countries listed above(must include high school and university)
Be able to commit to a one-year contract.
Hold a minimum of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university
Provide a national background check with no charges from your country of citizenship
Our goal at Aclipse is to help motivated and adventurous university graduates experience living and working abroad. We offer free job placement for our teaching candidates. Haven’t graduated from college yet? You can still apply! We accept applications 8 months in advance of your expected graduation date.
Our recruiters have taught English abroad, and have the knowledge to help guide your decision making process. Check out our teacher blogs to read first-hand about what it is like to teach in Korea. We can also put you directly in touch with a current teacher. Check us out athttp://www.aclipse.netand read more about teaching in Korea. You can also find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn.
Start your application now by going tohttp://www.aclipse.net/apply!