Private Tutor Wanted, 8 Weeks Paid Vacation, High Salary

Company Name: MICA International Scholars
Date Posted : Jun 20, 2019

Job Details

IndustryEducation
Job TypeFull-time
Job FunctionPrivate Tutor;One on One;English;Social Studies;American Curriculum;Parent Consulting;
Education LevelBachelor's Degree
Career LevelEntry Level
Specialized RequirementsLearning Support, One-on-One Support
SalaryNegotiable
Starting DateAug 12, 2019
DeadlineJun 30, 2019
EnglishNative Level
LocationGyeonggi-do > Yongin-si
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Job Description

Welcome to MICA, which stands for Mastery, Integrity, Creativity and Academy. We are an International School offering our classes in English, targeting students at a young age to grow as bilingual, globally talented individuals in the future. We follow an American curriculum and follow a balanced arts curriculum, not just focusing on teaching English, but also Science, Sociology, and Mathematics. 

 

We have up to 20 teachers (Both Native & Gyopo) in our school, and have less than 100 students enrolled. Rather than many, we focus on each individual student's excellence and growth.

 

* We are hiring an instructor / personal tutor who will be in charge of private tutoring and learning support for a middle-years student.

 

  • You will provide her assistance with understanding class materials and lectures, and communicate with her parents about progress, homework, and overall day status

 

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* Candidate Requirements * (Please Read Carefully)

 

  • Minimum of Bachelor's degree from an accredited University
  • * F6 / F2 Visa Native English Foreigner OR F4 Visa Gyopo (Overseas Korean)
    • Prefer someone with a teaching certificate
    • Prefer someone with teaching experience in the US, or in an international school in Korea
  • * Must have an all-rounded understanding of the American Curriculum in subjects of English, Social Studies, Arts, Music and Physical Education, and must be able to teach above subjects as well
    • Teaching Level: Middle-Years / High-School Curriculum
  • Someone who is patient, loving and caring as you will be in charge of a student and will need to communicate with her parents daily
  • Must be able to start work on August 12th (Monday)

 

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Working Conditions

 

  • Working Hours (You will attend classes with the student)
    • Monday ~ Friday - 07:40 am ~ 4:40 pm
  • Starting Date: August 12th (Monday)
  • Holidays/Vacation:
    • Spring Break - 1 Week, Summer + Winter Break - 3 Weeks, Including National Holidays
    • Roughly 8 weeks total
  • Lunch provided in-school
  • Commuting bus provided departing from Migeum Station (Bundang Line)
  • Housing provided: Within Migeum Station (Bundang)
    • OR Housing Allowance (Up to 500,000 KRW)
  • Round-trip flight ticket provided (if you currently live overseas)
  • Other conditions negotiable

Location

Suji-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea Suji-gu

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Our school and neighborhood is surrounded by the Gogi-ri reservoir, Cheong-gye Mountain, Bara Mountain and Baekwoon Mountain. Nearby houses are suburbs, and thus, is a quiet and peaceful neighborhood with a scenery of nature.

In addition, your provided housing will be situated near Migeum Station, as MICA provides a commuting shuttle bus service for instructors, departing from Migeum Station (Bundang Line) to the school.

Although our address is distantly remote, it is in fact only a 20 minute distance from Seoul. It is easily accessible by the Seoul Subway and the City Bus, allowing for easy commuting or travelling in and out of the city

Contact Information

Phone 1: +82-2-568-7289

Email: kwpartners1@gmail.com

MICA International Scholars

Introduction Mission Interview Curriculum Long View MICA International School   MICA stands for Mastery, Integrity, Creativity, and Academy. As an international school, we offer a variety of classes in English to elementary to high school students. We base our curriculum on the standards of the U.S. educational system from a biblical worldview. We focus on teaching students from a young age to grow into bilingual, globally talented individuals. At MICA, we not only teach English but also science, sociology, mathematics, art, music and physical education. We encourage our students to learn through a well-rounded, balanced education as well as develop independence and creativity.   Message from the CEO   “We take pride in building our students’ Christian character through education. At MICA, we have experienced and qualified teachers who invest in our students to help them develop to their full potential.”   Sooyoun Kim  MICA International School CEO    Mission   MICA seeks to provide students with a quality Western-based, Christian-centered education. Focusing on building a sense of personal responsibility, respect for self and others, virtue and knowledge, and a disciplined Christian character, MICA develops lifelong learners. Centered on preparing global leaders for the 21st century who will joyfully life out their lives with humble mind and to serve those around them, MICA’s mission is to also provide students with a high quality education within a Christian environment through positive educational experiences.         Q: What is a typical day like for a teacher at your school? A: A typical day for a teacher starts at 8 AM with a mug of coffee and class preparation. Classes start at 8:30 AM, and then we break for lunch at 12 PM. Most teachers enjoy eating at MICA’s cafeteria, which provides healthy and delicious meals. After lunch, classes resume at 1 PM and students are dismissed at 3:30 PM. During 3:30 to 5 PM, teachers continue to work on lesson plans and class preparation.   Q: What do students like the most about your school? A: Our students enjoy our art classes the most and our current art teacher is really hands-on and the students love his art challenges and the opportunity to get dirty. All of our students love our teachers and our teachers have become mentors and advisors to them.   Q: How does your school help teachers develop professional skills? A: MICA provides teachers with skill-building workshops, which are often held once a month. We have team-building workshops, software workshops, and brainstorming workshops to help our teachers develop marketable, professional skills. We also invest in our teachers and provide free, unlimited access to online college-level courses to encourage continuing education.   CCSS (Common Core States Standards)   Research and evidence based Clear, understandable, and consistent Aligned with college and career expectations Based on rigorous content and the application of knowledge through higher-order thinking skills Built upon the strengths and lessons of current state standards Informed by other top-performing countries to prepare all students for success in our global economy and society Lucy Calkin's Reading and Writing Workshop   Minilesson Independent study Teacher confers with students and leads small groups Teacher leads a mid-workshop teaching point Sharing     MICA International School   MICA stands for Mastery, Integrity, Creativity, and Academy. As an international school, we offer a variety of classes in English to elementary to high school students. We base our curriculum on the standards of the U.S. educational system from a biblical worldview. We focus on teaching students from a young age to grow into bilingual, globally talented individuals. At MICA, we not only teach English but also science, sociology, mathematics, art, music and physical education. We encourage our students to learn through a well-rounded, balanced education as well as develop independence and creativity.   Message from the CEO   “We take pride in building our students’ Christian character through education. At MICA, we have experienced and qualified teachers who invest in our students to help them develop to their full potential.”   Sooyoun Kim  MICA International School CEO    Mission   MICA seeks to provide students with a quality Western-based, Christian-centered education. Focusing on building a sense of personal responsibility, respect for self and others, virtue and knowledge, and a disciplined Christian character, MICA develops lifelong learners. Centered on preparing global leaders for the 21st century who will joyfully life out their lives with humble mind and to serve those around them, MICA’s mission is to also provide students with a high quality education within a Christian environment through positive educational experiences.         Q: What is a typical day like for a teacher at your school? A: A typical day for a teacher starts at 8 AM with a mug of coffee and class preparation. Classes start at 8:30 AM, and then we break for lunch at 12 PM. Most teachers enjoy eating at MICA’s cafeteria, which provides healthy and delicious meals. After lunch, classes resume at 1 PM and students are dismissed at 3:30 PM. During 3:30 to 5 PM, teachers continue to work on lesson plans and class preparation.   Q: What do students like the most about your school? A: Our students enjoy our art classes the most and our current art teacher is really hands-on and the students love his art challenges and the opportunity to get dirty. All of our students love our teachers and our teachers have become mentors and advisors to them.   Q: How does your school help teachers develop professional skills? A: MICA provides teachers with skill-building workshops, which are often held once a month. We have team-building workshops, software workshops, and brainstorming workshops to help our teachers develop marketable, professional skills. We also invest in our teachers and provide free, unlimited access to online college-level courses to encourage continuing education.     Our Curriculum   CCSS (Common Core States Standards)   Research and evidence based Clear, understandable, and consistent Aligned with college and career expectations Based on rigorous content and the application of knowledge through higher-order thinking skills Built upon the strengths and lessons of current state standards Informed by other top-performing countries to prepare all students for success in our global economy and society Lucy Calkin's Reading and Writing Workshop   Minilesson Independent study Teacher confers with students and leads small groups Teacher leads a mid-workshop teaching point Sharing      

Company Type: Education Institute

Business Area: International School

Establishment Year: 2013

Employees: 11 - 50

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