Kindy Teacher Needed in GANGNAM!Company Name: GIA Micro School
|Job Function||Kindergarten Homeroom Subject Teacher|
|Education Level||Bachelor's Degree|
|Career Level||Entry Level|
|Specialized Requirements||Housing not provided|
|Salary||Negotiable Upon Experience|
|Location||Seoul-si > Gangnam-gu|
1. Role and Responsibilities:
GIA Micro School is seeking a highly organized and qualified candidate to serve as a Kindergarten Homeroom teacher for either our 3-year-olds or 7-year-olds. You are expected to teach a variety of hands-on activities and daily topics in English including language arts, math, natural and social science, foreign language, and history.
2. Candidate Qualifications:
We are only hiring candidates currently in Korea.
E-2 Visa Holders:
Candidates with TEFL/TESOL and/or previous teaching experience preferred
F Series Visa Holders
- We are accepting F-2, F-5, F-6 visa holders and gyopo as well
- Candidates MUST have your apostilled diploma and nationwide criminal background check ready-to-go!
3. Visa Sponsorships
We sponsor E-2 visas.
4. Working Conditions
Working Hours: 9:00 AM - 18:00 PM
Class Length: 50 minutes
Lunch Time: 11:50 AM - 12:50 PM
Age Level: 3-7 year olds
5. Salary and Benefits
Salary: Negotiable Upon Experience
Insurance and Financial: Matched by employer
Contract Completion Bonus: Provided upon completion of one year contract
Vacation: 10 days off + Korean National Holidays
Housing Allowance: 500,000 KRW per month
Note: We prefer in-person interviews as we can get to know you better and you can come and experience life at GIA!
GIA Micro School
WELCOME TO GIA MICRO SCHOOL "We are a private K-12 school located in Seoul, Korea. Our mission is to offer an outstanding education to Korean and international students." At GIA, we provide personalized, well-rounded, education for all students from Pre-K to 12th grade based on their learning styles. Based on North American curriculum, our programs help prepare students to enter universities abroad. Philanthropy, entrepreneurship, and discipleship are the foundation of our educational programs, and we strive to implement new learning methods and ideas to help students learn more effectively. As our students come from a variety of backgrounds, we give students the opportunities and experiences they need in order to grow into a successful, confident, and conscientious young adult. Check out an interview with the CEO! MISSIONS AND OBJECTIVES Philanthorpy, entrepreneurship, discipleship Kindergarten (Age 5-7) Kindergarten students begin learning about the world through a variety of interactive activities. Classes cover the basics of math, science, history, and art through immersion. Elementary School (Age 7-11) Elementary school core subjects include English, math, natural and social science, foreign language, history. Elective classes include Korean language, 3-D design, art, Bible, physical education, music, and coding. Middle School (Age 11-13) Middle school core subjects include comprehensive reading and literature, ESL, math, natural science, social science, Chinese, and Korean history. The elective classes that are offered are 3-D design, art, Bible, physical education, music, and coding. High School (Age 13-18) High school core subjects include writing and grammar, literature, math, natural science, social science, Chinese, and Korean history. Elective classes cover economics, 3-D design, art, Bible, physical education, music, coding, and SAT and AP test prep.
Company Type: Education Institute
Business Area: International School
Establishment Year: 2007