The Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education has its own contract that specifies things like salary levels, benefits, working hours, and accommodation. The contract is backed by the Seoul City Government, which means not only are your salary and benefits secure, but that you’re employment is also locked in for the full contract term.
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Being an English teacher in South Korea is not an easy task! The lessons, curriculum, and day to day routines that you as a teacher create at school can have a lasting effect on your students. Be prepared!
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Prepare teaching materials
Assist your co-teacher in teaching English
Assist with extracurricular activities
Create testing materials and new curriculum
Applying to SMOE through Korvia is easy! After a brief Skype interview, one of our Korvia Recruiting Specialists will guide you through the entire application process helping you fill out the necessary forms and even double checking them for you before you submit them!
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[/fusion_builder_row_inner]Applicants interested in applying to SMOE are required to submit both initial application documents as well as final placement documents. As SMOE along with EPIK operates on a first-come first-serve basis, those that prepare earlier have a higher chance of obtaining a position! So it’s best to get started now!
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