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We have been placing teachers in Korea since 2005 with zero complaints, and this is because we at TEIK (www.teachenglishinkorea.org) are a husband-and-wife team (Brad and Yumi) who have both taught, lived, and worked in Korea for TEIK since 2005.
South Korea > Seoul
SalaryKRW 2,200,000-2,900,000 per month
DescriptionTeach in S. Korea!
$2,000-$2,600 USD mo. (Free housing, bonus, one-way airfare, pension, and National Health Insurance)
We have been placing teachers in Korea since 2005 with zero complaints, and this is because we at TEIK (www.teachenglishinkorea.org) are a husband-and-wife team (Brad and Yumi) who have both taught, lived, and worked in Korea for TEIK since 2005. We pride ourselves on being a boutique recruitment agency that always focuses on our teachers getting the best job opportunity that fits the teacher's qualifications, experience, and preferences. We are a very laid-back, low-pressure ex-pat owned and run agency.
TEIK is the best run recruitment agency placing high-quality teachers at high-quality schools. We only work with schools with an excellent track record for paying their teachers on time, drama-free, and honoring teachers' contracts. We are a boutique recruitment agency owned and run by ex-pats. Based in Incheon, Korea, we focus on the 'QUALITY' of teachers rather than the placement 'QUANTITY' of teachers. So, if you are a diligent college graduate who loves children, is seeking an adventure abroad, wants to save a lot of money, and is flexible, then be sure to contact us. Please email us your resume, current smiling passport-style photo, and fill out the 2-minute job application on our website below.
Our goal is to send quality teachers to quality schools, period. If you want to work with an American-owned and run recruitment agency that has lived, taught, and placed teachers in Korea since 2005, we would love the opportunity to work with you. Unlike other recruiters, we at TEIK pride ourselves on helping build our teacher's social network by introducing new teachers to our current teachers living in Korea to help develop a sense of community and help our teachers smoothly transition into a new country's culture and adventure. Most recruiters are Korean, Korean schools, or Korean-owned agencies, and they care most about the school and less about you. TEIK, on the other hand, is teacher-centric, where your needs come first. Other recruitment agencies believe that their job finishes when you arrive in Korea, but we at TEIK believe that our job is only half-finished after you come. We keep in contact with you throughout your entire placement, and we are here to give you advice and support when you need it. Check out our testimonials page and feel confident that you will be working with a company that you can understand and, more importantly, who can understand you. Please email us your resume and current photo, and fill out the 1-minute online job application on the link below.
If you are not 100% certain that you feel that you would be a great candidate to teach English in Korea, then don't waste both of our time because I only want to work with caring and honest individuals who have an adventurous spirit, love to travel, meet new people and who love teaching children. I hope you choose to go to Korea through us and have a fantastic experience like I did; you won't regret it if you decide to go. I paid off $25,000 in student loans in my first 15 months in Korea, and the average teacher saves $10,000-$15,000 per year. In addition, most teachers can comfortably live in Korea on less than $1,000 per month, so you should save more than 50% of your monthly salary. During my time in Korea, I was also able to meet new lifelong Korean and international friends, learn about a fantastic culture, travel to several exotic neighboring countries, try excellent food, and have fun doing it!
Bradley Brennan, Ph.D., MBA, B.Ed.
[email protected] or
Yumi (Ko) Brennan
The E2 English Teaching Visa for S. Korea is available only to the seven English-speaking countries (AU, CAN, IRE, NZ, SA, USA, UK). English teachers must be native English speakers and they must have a BA degree and have graduated from a university located in one of the seven English-speaking countries. E2 visas also require teachers to have a clean national Criminal Record Check (CRC) and must be able to pass a medical check (drug test) upon arriving in Korea.
- Salary: KRW 2,200,000-2,900,000 per month
- Training: 2-5 days paid training
- Visa: Visa sponsorship
- Bonus: Work 12 months and get paid for 13
- Fluent in English: Native speaker
- Level 5 TEFL Certificate
- Bachelor’s Degree: Any subject
- Police Check: National CRC-no record
Date Posted25th May 2022