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Wed Oct 31 2001

Jobs: ESL Instructor in English School, Seoul Korea

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  1. Inhyuck Ha, ESL Instructor: at Dream English School, Seoul Korea (South)

Message 1: ESL Instructor: at Dream English School, Seoul Korea (South)

Date: 30 Oct 2001 23:22:09 -0000
From: Inhyuck Ha <ESLDreamJobyahoo.com>
Subject: ESL Instructor: at Dream English School, Seoul Korea (South)


Rank of Job: ESL instructor 
University or Organization: Dream English School
State or Province: Seoul
Country: Korea (South)
Final Date of Application: November 15, 2001
Contact: Inhyuck Ha ESLDreamJobyahoo.com

Address for Applications:
P.O.Box 11687
Pensacola
Florida 32524
US

Applications are invited for the position of ESL (English as a Second
Language) instructor to begin in December 3, 2001. Dream English
School is a private language institute located in Seoul, Korea.
Applicants should have a Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in any field from
four-year college or university. Applicants should be English-native
speakers. Experience in teaching is desirable. Students range between
ages 4-14. Teaching load is normally 30 teaching hours per
week. Classes are mostly in the afternoon and evening.

Candidates should send a letter of application, resume, and telephone
numbers of at least 2 references who will speak to the professional
qualifications of the applicant. A copy of a college transcript and
passport should be submitted for the completion of paperwork later on.
Electronic submission is preferred, but not required. We offer an
extremely competitive compensation package including airfare, health
insurance, paid vacation, furnished housing, and one-month of
retirement pay after one year. Review of applicants begins on
November 15, 2001 and continues until the position is filled.

CONTACT: Dr. Inhyuck Ha (ESLDreamJobyahoo.com) or Ms. Clara Lee
(ljs8556kornet.net), P.O.Box 11687, Pensacola, FL 32524.
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