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Pay Range:See job descript |02 Seoul Specific Location:Apguejong or Samseong Station | Date:7-13
[FT&PT] Instructor for SAT/Subjects (Math & Science) and junior literature program

FT/PT:Part-time Afternoon & Evenings Only (PTPM) Job Category:Exam Prep
Job Area: 02 Seoul Specific Location:Apguejong or Samseong Station Salary Range:See job description

The Princeton Review Korea

Do you have a strong work ethic and a passion for teaching? Have you ever dreamed of traveling the world, gaining enriching life experience while working in one of the most vibrant cities in Asia? Then you are in luck! The Princeton Review Korea is looking for talented individuals to join our team of smart, confident, and proactive instructors!

With over 700 locations world-wide, The Princeton Review has an unsurpassed global reputation as the world’s leading education solutions provider, offering the stability and resources you need to propel your educational career.

We are looking for reliable, responsible, and self-motivated individuals to come join our team. Please submit your most recent and updated resume along with a photo of yourself on our recruiting website at http://recruit.tpr.co.kr

Please include which job position you are applying for and start date availability under the “Brief summary of personal goals” portion of the online application. Thank you, we look forward to hearing from you soon!

[Minimum Requirements for any of our positions]
• All potential candidates must hold a minimum of a Bachelor degree from an accredited four-year university located in a country in which the native language is English (US, Canada, Australia, UK, New Zealand, Ireland, and South Africa).
• Must have Original Diploma *Notarized with an apostille
• Must have Nationwide Criminal Background Check *Notarized with an apostille

[Full-time Employee Benefits]
• E2 Visa Sponsorship
• Health Insurance
• Korean Pension plan (dependent on nationality/visa type based on Korean law)
• Severance
• Paid vacation days and national holidays
• TPRK’s professional teacher training
• Housing allowance support for E2 and F visa holders
• Airfare support for E2 and F visa holders

11. [FT&PT] Instructor for SAT/Subjects (Math & Science) and junior literature program
The Princeton Review Korea is in need of a teacher with the qualifications to teach SAT subject and junior literature program. This opportunity may open the door to many new and exciting experiences for you in Seoul, South Korea. At this institution, highly motivated students are eager to learn what you teach them.

[SAT - Job Description]
Starting in 2016, students will be taking the newly revised SAT, and we at TPRK will be preparing them for it. Working in our summer intensive program as an instructor will present an interesting challenge and will provide you with valuable experience. The Princeton Review is well-known for its strategic approach to “cracking” the test—and the new SAT is no exception. We have both the materials and the experience to equip you to be an effective and confident test-prep instructor. If you come willing to learn the in-and-outs of the SAT, to master the test, to become a leader in the classroom, then we will be there to help you along the way in our mission to raise students’ scores.

[Junior Literature - Job Description]
The 100 Classics program offers a motivating studying method through reading, writing, and discussion. This is an English educational program for elementary, middle school, and high school students, (grades 3~9) to develop cultural refinement, critical thinking, and creative thinking skills.

• Must have a college degree from an accredited university.
• Graduate degree holders in related fields and candidates with teaching experience are preferred
• Other degree holders with related experience are also welcome to apply
• Above all requirements, instructors must enjoy the company of a younger demographic of students
• Candidates already in Korea Preferred

[Required Documents]
• Original Diploma *Notarized with an apostille
• Nationwide Criminal Background Check *Notarized with an apostille

• Seoul, Apgujeong (Subway Line. no. 3) and/or Samseong (Subway Line. no. 2)
• Preferred location is not guaranteed

[Class Schedule]
A. Full-time
• Must be bilingual in English and Korean
• Must be available from Monday to Saturday
• Further details of class schedule, size, etc., will be discussed during the interview
• Start Date: ASAP / July 2016
• Training Start: ASAP
• Based on 80 teaching hours: 2.39 million
• Extra housing stipend of 400,000KRW will be provided for E2 and F visa only
• (subject to change depends on lecture hours/office work hours)

aa. Part-Time
• Must be able to teach subject classes such as Math and Science
• Working schedule to be discussed
• Tentative schedule: Monday to Friday 2PM ~ 5PM and/or 5PM ~ 8PM
• Additional classes can be offered during the week if available
• 25,000KRW per hour
• Start Date: 2016.08.05 ~ 2016.08.24
• Training Start: July 25, 2016

Contact Person:M.Jennifer Park Organization:The Princeton Review Korea Phone:82-02-20172422 Phone 2:82- E-mail:bizrecruit@tpr.co.kr E-mail 2: Home page:

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