About EPIK - English Program in Korea (Government Public School Teaching Jobs outside of SEOUL & SUBURB OF SEOUL
Gangwon province (EPIK - English Program in Korea)EPIK(English Program in Korea) Promotion Video
Provincial map of South Korea. EPIK (English Program in Korea) includes all provinces except Seoul/Gyeonggi-do province.
EPIK (English Program in Korea)invites responsible, enthusiastic native speakers of English who will invest their time to enrich their lives and build a professional teaching career while sharing knowledge and culture with students and teachers in South Korea.
1. EPIK (English Program in Korea) DESCRIPTION
Successful applicants will be required to conduct English conversation classes for Korean primary and secondary school students as part of the Korean government's aim to promote and strengthen English language education. A candidate should have a strong sense of creativity and motivation as well as enjoy working with young children as part of an academic team. Successful applicants are expected to focus on the development of oral communication skills using interactive teaching methods in EPIK (English Program in Korea).
2. EPIK (English Program in Korea) CONTRACT TERM AND OTHER CONDITIONS
The term of the contract is for 52 weeks (August 20, 2009 ~ August 19, 2010).English Teacher shall work 8 hours per day, 5 calendar days per week excluding Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays (approx. 14 days) of the Republic of Korea. The work hours of English Teacher may follow the normal work schedule of Korean teachers. Actual class instruction hours of English Teacher shall not exceed 22 hours per week. (If it exceeds 22 hours, English Teacher will be entitled a supplementary class instruction pay). The person in charge of the work place may require English Teacher's to work overtime in addition to normal workdays and work hours. In this case, overtime pay will be provided in EPIK (English Program in Korea). EPIK (English program in Korea) is the best English program to choose. EPIK (English program in Korea) invites enthusiastic native speakers of English who want to build their English teaching career in South Korea.
EPIK 2011 (English Program in Korea) orientation video