The British Council, Korea is looking for enthusiastic and qualified English Language teachers

The British Council, Korea is looking for enthusiastic and qualified English Language teachers

Date of Job Posted: Saturday, April 7, 2018

* Those who are not sponsored by Korean labor visa (F visa holders are preferred)
* You must have an English speaking country passport. United Kingdom, Ireland, United States United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa
* College degrees must come from countries where English is your native language.

[Technology, knowledge and experience]

ESSENTIAL - Cambridge CELTA / TRINITY CertTESOL or equivalent (this should include classroom instruction)
- High level of English, d. H. English full map of four skills suitable for user (CEFR C2) Academic module Each volume of 4 sections IELTS 8/9
- Bachelor / University

2 years of full-time experience at various levels including classes for adults.
Educational experience of relevant age group
- Adult General English 18+ (over 960 hours)

Teaching Skills
- Class Leadership
- Course and lesson plan
- experience
- To understand your student
- Learning Skills

[main function]

1. Take into account the needs of different customer groups in the planning, English classes, high-quality creation and provision of accounts have a separate learning style in the account
2. Monitor progress and progress Provide regular feedback to monitor student performance and actively promote learner autonomy
3. We actively act as a member of the faculty and contribute to the development, evaluation and improvement of English-related subjects, materials and services to meet the needs of students.
4. Carry out management of education according to established standards
5. Participate in professional development and performance management to ensure the quality and high quality of education and learning, and to maintain the British Council's position at the forefront of ELT's best practices.
6. Continuously develop relationships and contribute to the mutual benefit of improving the understanding of contemporary British students.
7. Support local marketing and advertising strategy and team training center to provide excellent customer service
8. Ensure that safeguards and policies are implemented and maintained in accordance with rules and guidelines in the following areas:
- Child protection
- Equality, diversity, inclusion
- Health and safety

Context and Environment

The British Council is an international organization for British cultural relations and education. Teaching English We can directly break the trust of global barriers and buildings and create opportunities to change our lives and affect people's lives.

The goal of the English Department is to provide a broader, better English language education. The opportunity to do this in Korea is based on the demand of an English hardworking and ambitious audience.

The British Council Korea has grown rapidly over the past five years and now has seven locations throughout Seoul. Our headquarters are located near the city's historical, cultural and political center. Our three adult education centers are a few minutes' walk from City Hall. A lively commercial area on the Namhan River in Gangnam. There is Jamsil, which is popular in the east of Seoul. Our Adult Education Center offers only MyClass courses and currently has more than 2,800 students studying in the US We are planning new growth for the future. For more information about myClass, please visit our homepage.

Other characteristics or important requirements of the work
Our training center will be held between 7 am and 10 pm during the 7th class. Each class lasts for 90 minutes The number of classes you teach depends on availability.
Night classes are usually held in the morning and afternoon. The weekend is an adult and the British Council needs an hourly teacher in general to work on weekdays to work according to the operational needs.
There is a strong teacher training program, which includes training courses for both general (DELTA) and youth (TYLEC). The British Council Korea provides financial and non-financial support to teachers who qualify for qualifications that meet appropriate conditions.
British nationals must apply for British DBS checks. Citizens of other countries should provide a greater opening of the country. In addition, the new teacher must manage all current national police.
Deadline: Operated
Duration: 12 hours a week (negotiable)

Salary information: 40,000 ~ 48,500 won per hour after teacher qualification / experience

If you are interested, please send your CV to recruitment @

When sending your request, please make sure that the following information is included in your cover letter:

• Visa type (validity period)
• Teacher qualifications (CELTA / Cert TESOL)
• Current employer

Remember that only short candidates are invited to the interview.

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