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JOB DESCRIPTION for S.M.O.E(SEOUL)

SMOE is the place where you have to apply if you want to have public school job in SEOUL. Most of teacher would like to work in Seoul but a little competitive so you have to apply early .

Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education is to hire hundreds of Foreign English Teacher starting teaching from March, 2014
Eligibility, Benefits, Duties and other working conditions of this position are the same as what is put on SMOE's website.


Seoul   http://english.seoul.go.kr/
       

Seoul public School for  RECRUITING     

HOW TO APPLY     

Before you start
  If this is your first time to apply teaching position in SMOE, feel free to contact us anytime. We are glad to answer your questions and explain about this job hiring process.
 
  Contact Information
  Office Phone: 82 2 6000 0505
  E-mail: eslseoul@hotmail.com         

Application Deadline
  Application forms and all other documents must be in the office to which you are applying by the deadline date. Interviews will follow immediately after the receipt of applications. The documents you submit will not be returned, so please provide copies for yourself.      

Requested Documents
  All applicants will be required to submit the following documents:

First Round:

  • A completed application form with a passport size photo attached, (download below)
  • A personal essay, (included in application form)
  • Medical form - self evaluation, (included in application form)
  • Resume with Cover letter,
  • Two reference letters, (Any format. Must contain contact/title and organization of the referer.)
  • Lesson plan , (Any format. But if you want sample click here for download)
    - If you want more for lesson plan click our website and at useful link click lesson plan

Second Round:

 Police check report (Criminal Record),
  • Original university diploma or a copy notarized by Korean overseas consulate office.
  • An official school transcript sealed by appropriate school authority.
  • A copy of the passport (photo page),
  • (If applicable) Copies of certification (teacher certificate, TESOL, etc),
  • (If applicable) Proof of teaching/work experience,
              If you want to get higher salary scale level You must summit as much as your work experience proof

Address to send your application and document  
 

 PUBLICSCHOOL.CO.KR HQ Office   A42 Coex Trade Tower 159 Samseong-Dong,
 Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea (135-731)
 TEL:+82 2 6000 0505
 FAX:+82 2 6000 3535
 http://www.publicschool.co.kr
 SKYPE ID   oxfordkorea

Download Application Form

   Click Here  For Application Form


DUTIES AND PLACEMENT

A: Duties
  The duties of the Native Speaker English Teacher are carried out under the guidance of the supervisor designated by Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education (“SMOE”).
  The responsibilities and duties include but are not limited to:

     
  • Conducting English classes in cooperation with Korean homeroom or English language teachers.
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  • Preparing teaching materials and activities for English language education.
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  • Assisting with the development of teaching materials related to English language education.
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  • Assisting with activities related to English language education and other extracurricular activities. (Judging English speech contest, voice recording for English listening comprehension tests, conducting English conversational classes in the English camp, etc.)

B: Place of Work
  The SMOE will decide placements accordingly. Participants will work at elementary and middle schools within Seoul, but some may be designated to work at other educational facilities within the SMOE system.
  Rejection of placement may result in disqualification from the program.


REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must

     
  • Hold a minimum of Bachelor's degree from an accredited university.
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  • Be a citizen from a country where the only official language is English. Canadian citizens from the Quebec Province where English is a co-official language must have been taught in English-language schools from junior high school forth to the university level.
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  • Be fluent and proficient in the English language grammar and structure and be able to communicate fluently with clear and distinct pronunciation and manner.
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  • Be mentally and physically capable of performing the specified responsibilities and duties. Must also have the ability and willingness to adapt to Korean culture and living.
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  • Meet the criteria of eligibility for E2 (work) visa set forth by the Korean Immigration Authority.

REMUNERATION

Level H: 1.8 million won per month
  - A Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in one of major English-speaking countries with the instructions taught in English.

Level G: 2.0 million won per month
  Must have one of the following qualifications:
  - A valid teacher certification for either elementary or secondary level schools.
  - A Bachelor's degree in Education.
  - A Bachelor's degree in English, English Education, English Literature, or Linguistics.
  - A TESOL/TEFL or an English Teaching Certificate comprised of a minimum of 100 course hours.
  - A Master's degree.
  - A Bachelor's degree with at least ONE (1) full year of English teaching experience at accredited institutions.

Level F: 2.2 million won per month
  Must have one of the following qualifications:
  - In addition to one of the requirements for Level G, ONE (1) full year of English teaching experience at accredited institutions including at the SMOE.
  - A teacher certification with specialization in English Education.
  - A Master's degree in Education.

Level E: 2.3 million won per month
  Must have one of the following qualifications:
  - Meet the Level G qualification with at least TWO (2) full years of English teaching experience at accredited institutions.
  - Employed as Level F at the SMOE for ONE (1) full year.
  - A Master's degree in TESOL/TEFL or in English Education.

Level D: 2.4 million won per month
  Employed as Level E at the SMOE for ONE (1) full year.
  - At least ONE (1) full year of English teaching experience at accredited institutions with Master's degree in TESOL/TEFL or in English education.
  - A Bachelor's degree in English education with at least THREE (3) full years of English teaching experience at accredited institutions.
  - A teacher certification with specialization in English education with at least TWO (2) full years of English teaching experience at accredited institutions.

Level C: 2.5 million won per month
  - At least TWO (2) full years of English teaching experience at accredited institutions with Master's degree in TESOL/TEFL or in English education.
  - A teacher certification with specialization in English education with at least THREE (3) full years of English teaching experience at accredited institutions.
  - Employed as Level D at the SMOE for TWO (2) full years.

Level B: 2.6 million won per month
  - At least THREE (3) full years of English teaching experience at accredited institutions with Master's degree in TESOL/TEFL or in English education.
  - At least THREE (3) full years of English teaching experience as a present public or private school teacher with a recommendation by the superintendent or the school principal.
  - Employed as Level D at the SMOE for THREE (3) full years.

Level A: 2.7 million won per month
  - At least FOUR (4) full years of English teaching experience at accredited institutions with Master's degree in TESOL/TEFL or in English education.
  - At least FOUR (4) full years of English teaching experience as a present public or private school teacher with a recommendation by the superintendent or the school principal.