KNDA German Instructor Job Announcement
KNDA German Instructor Job Announcement The Korea National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA) is the primary training and education facility for diplomats of the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As part of our diplomatic German training program we provide courses in German-related communication skills such as debate, speech writing, correspondence, socializing, etc. We are currently planning to hire one German instructor that meets the following qualifications: Required Qualifications: Master’s Degree in German Education/Communication/Political Science/ Diplomacy/or related fields Professional work experience of at least five years in an established institution or business(adult teaching/training experience) *Preference given to those who have experience in university, government or corporate settings Preferred Qualifications: Familiarity and work experience in the public sector especially government, universities, and/or international organizations Flexible and familiar with Korean administrative, social and educational culture Professional international experience/work experience in intercultural contexts Knowledgeable about International Relations, International Politics, International Business, International Conferences, Diplomatic German (Debate, Diplomatic Writing, Correspondence Speech Writing, and other diplomatic communications) F-class visa holders Primary Responsibilities: Teach diplomatic communication skills classes in German Develop relevant course curriculum Prepare German training and teaching materials Assess and evaluate trainees Provide feedback for improving German programs Participate in planning and evaluation of various German language programs Occasional Editing Employment Period: From 6 January 2020 to 31 October 2020 (10 months) Starting date From 6 January 2020(can be changed in accordance with mutual agreement) Salary: Commensurate with educational background and relevant work experience (approximately 3,800,000 KRW per month) Working Hours: Eight hours per day with a one hour lunch break from Monday through Friday (includes class teaching time, curriculum development, class preparation, office hours, and meetings as needed) Office: Large shared office area with individual desks, computers, phones, printers, and personal storage cabinets Required Application Documents: Deadline for application is Sunday, 1 December 2019. **Only completed applications will be considered. CV / Resume with a recent passport-sized photo Copy of diploma(s) and relevant certifications(including language proficiency) Copy of all transcripts One sample lesson plan with all teaching and learner materials about political, economic, social and diplomatic issues in Germany. The lesson should be prepared with government officials and diplomat trainees in mind with a high intermediate to advanced level of German ability. Please email all application documents in one email to: firstname.lastname@example.org **Documents sent will not be returned **Only successful applicants will be personally notified of interview arrangements after an application screening process has been completed early in December.