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American-owned Poly Needs Teachers for March
Details: 10:00 a.m. 8:15 p.m. Mon/Wed/Fri (includes paid preparation) 10:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. Tues/Thurs (includes paid preparation) 2.8~3.0 Million Won (depending on degree/experience) ***************************** Benefits offered: - Single, non-shared, furnished housing - Pre-paid airfare to and from Korea - Severance bonus upon the completion of the 1-year contract - National Medical Insurance: 50% - No weekend classes - No split shifts - No internet/telephone lessons - Fixed, scheduled teaching blocks (You will not be teaching past your scheduled hours.) Explore the area with Google Earth: 373530.10N 127 043.93E View our Kindergarten speeches on YouTube (Search: Seongbuk Poly) ***************************** The ideal applicant: The ideal applicant holds a degree in Education, English, Communications, or Linguistics. Teaching experience and/or experience in the field of childcare is almost a must. If you are interested in the position, please e-mail timgorin@seongbukpoly.com. For faster processing, please put "Applicant" in the subject heading.

Author Topic: Looking for work in Seoul  (Read 796 times)

Offline bofrank

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Looking for work in Seoul
« on: March 31, 2011, 07:07:43 AM »
I came across waygook.com while trying to find job posting sites for non-teaching work in Seoul.  I love the insights here on living in Korea.  I'm hoping to get a place Mapo within the next 3 years so that my wife can be closer to her family and I can experience Seoul.  I did have the opportunity to visit last winter and loved ever bit of it.  I'll be back early this summer for at least a week, hopefully before it gets blazingly hot.
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Offline cragesmure

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Re: Looking for work in Seoul
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2011, 07:12:30 AM »
Welcome aboard.  I don't know about "blazingly hot" though.  It's more "oppressively hot".  Not so hot, just humid like no one's business :)  Good luck and enjoy Korea.


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