Female English teachers needed in Korea ASAP

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Public school positions in Gyeonggi, Korea,in May and June.
We are looking for female teachers who are interested in coming to Korea to teach English.

About the Program:
Gyeonggi English Program in Korea “GEPIK”
Surrounding South Korea’s capital city, Seoul, lies’ Gyeonggi-do province. An area which has the unique attraction of mixing the best of big city life while maintaining plenty of space to get out and roam without all the hustle and bustle of the big city. Annually, Gyeonggi-do is rated as the best of lifestyle by foreign teachers in South Korea offering the conveniences of the big city as well as the opportunity to engage and explore with South Koreas’ more traditional ways of life. Gyeonggi-do is an amazing place where one minute you could find yourself amongst South Korea’s trendiest and hippest shopping centres and restaurants and the next minute submerged in the tranquility of Buddhist temples with fresh water streams peacefully passing you by as you stretch your legs for a long mountain hike. Interconnected with Seouls' vast and convenient subway and bus lines you're always within reach of something new and exciting.
Gyeonggi-do is South Korea’s fastest growing province boasting more satellite cities and townships than anywhere else on the peninsula. A popular area for growing families and a rich cultural heritage it is also South Korea’s largest and busiest school board, Gyeonggi-do English Program in Korea- GEPIK. The GEPIK program is a progressive school district with aims at staffing all public schools from elementary through high school with Native English Speaking teachers for the foreign language programs. Well funded and staffed the GEPIK program offers some of the best benefits, and salaries in all of South Korea. GEPIK teachers are also afforded the most generous vacation days as well, giving teachers ample time to explore the dynamic culture and the region of Gyeonggi-do province has to offer.
The Gepik program is currently accepting applications for open teaching positions throughout Gyeonggi-do for the native English speaking teaching positions at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Successful applicants can expect a generous benefits package of monthly salary, settlement allowance, rent-free modern single housing, round trip airfare, health insurance, pension savings plan, and contract completion bonus. With a working schedule that includes only 22 teaching hours per week and over 30 paid vacations day per year you’re bound to find that Gyeonggi-do and the GEPIK program truly offer the best of both worlds.
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.
The term of the contract is for 52 weeks.
The NETs 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 NETs may follow the normal work schedule of Korean teachers.
GEPIK 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 of Korea.
Interested and qualified applicants, contact Soo Kim at testimonykim31@gmail.com