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English Teachers Needed in Incheon, Korea

Posted By: Incheon Maple Foreign Language College <moonboo@hotmail.com>
Date: Monday, 2 December 2013, at 11:03 a.m.

Incheon's Maple Foreign Language College is part of a franchise of small colleges spread throughout South Korea, mainly in Busan.
Our academy is located close to the Airport Railway, connected to the Seoul Metro, making it extremely easy to get to and from Seoul.The average time it takes to get from the English teacher's house to downtown Seoul (Hongdae, Seoul Station) is roughly an hour, and costs less than 2 USD.

Living arrangements are paid for by Maple College, and are within walking distance of both the College, and Geomam Station on the Airport Railway.

An average day runs from 2PM to 9PM.On some days classes run to 10PM. English teachers have plentiful freetime on mornings and weekends to explore Seoul and relax.

Class sizes range from 1-8 students, and classes are conducted only in English.

General Information: Location (College and Housing): Incheon, Seo-Gu, Geomam- -Dong, South Korea

Salary: \2,100,000 Won per month

MonthContract Term: 1 Year

Start Date: January 27th, 2014 (Applicant will arrive in Korea 1-2 weeks prior to start date for on-the-job training)

Working Hours Per Week: 30 Hours (~6 classes a day, 2-10PM)

Housing: Paid and Furnished, Walking Distance from School

Grades Taught: 1-12

Job Requirements: Education: BA (4 year degree) in any discipline awarded in an English-speaking country (The United States, Canada, Great Britan, NewZealand, Austrailia)

Criminal Record: No Offenses

Visa Process: Maple College will offer assistance in obtaining an E2 visa for work inSouth Korea. Obtaining this visa is MANDATORY for work in South Korea for any teaching job, and the application process requires that the teacher send to a Korean consulate:

1. An apostilled FBI Criminal Record Check.
2. A copy of a 4 year degree notarized and apostilled.
3. Sending your passport to a Korean Consulate to recieve the Visa once it is issued.

More detailed instructions will be provided to the applicant upon inquiry.In addition, the E2 visa application is heavily documented on the internet, and is almost always in flux. Changes to the application processhappen often.

Maple College will help the applicant with this negotiatingthis sometimes difficult process to the best of their ability.

Contact Information: E-mail: moonboo@hotmail.com (Aden Moon, Head Owner) Website: http://www.mapleincheon.co.kr

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