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Korean Christian International Schools

Gunsan, Jeolla Buk Do, Korea, Republic of

Date Posted:
04/16/2009
Categories:
Education
Job Type:
Full-Time
Korean Christian International Schools
Job Description:
We have a combination English language institute, small international school, and Korean kindergarten. Teachers work in the language institute in the afternoon and may work in either the kindergarten or international school or both. The day starts at 8:35 with staff devotions. Classes begin at 9:00 and end at 5:30. Teachers have off 45 minutes for lunch, about 20 minutes around 2:00 and one class period for personal time. An accredited degree is required, but no specific degree is needed. Teachers teach in the international school based on ability to teach any particular subject or grade. The school operates year round with a break at Christmas that varies by the length of your tenure.

The institute has three periods per session (2:10-4:00 & 4:00-5:30). They include phonics using our own material which is similar to A Beka Book but designed for non-English speakers, ESL class using Oxford University Press material, and listening which is Bible oriented and taught with a Korean translator. Most teachers specialize in one of the three areas.

Pay is near the industry standard, and benefits include airfare to Korea and an annual trip home with stipend given to cover usual expenses. Most questions can be answered by visiting our website: www.kcis.info.
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Korean Christian International Schools

Your visit to Korea is more than a job. This is your opportunity to be used by the Lord in the lives of many. Everyone, especially Koreans, puts missionaries on a pedestal. You must realize that even though that may be a difficult place to live, it is your home. Everywhere you go you will be known as a missionary, and you will be expected to live to a higher standard. That may not be fair, but with every privilege there comes responsibility. If you feel called by God to serve in Korea as a teacher please contact us. We would love to More...