Have you desired to be a missionary in a foreign country but at the same time working in a secular field to to teach the Gospel? Well, then this is the perfect job for you. South Korea, you have been told is a Christian nation. However, having lived here for over 4 years, it is far from it. When you ask people if they Christians or if they attend church, it is a rare few. The people here need you to share the Truth with them. Contact 21tomato. We place Christian teachers where they are needed.
I. ABOUT TEACHING
As of 2010, there are close to 30,000 English teachers from Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United States teaching English in Korea. If you have at least a bachelor's degree or will be getting one soon, you are qualified to teach English in South Korea. 21tomato is currently hiring inexperienced or experienced teachers to come to South Korea to teach English. Teaching English in Korea will be one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences of your life.
II. BENEFITS OF TEACHING IN SOUTH KOREA
-Make more money than a starting salaried teacher in your home country
-Make from $1800-$2300 per month; depends on education and experience
-You are only taxed at only 3.3%
-Paid housing (you only pay utilities) - some schools provide higher pay and no housing
-Health Insurance (you pay half and school pays half); some schools provide higher salary and no insurance, but insurance is very cheap in Korea
-Teach only 24-30 hours per week
-Start work late - usually from 2pm; some schools 4pm
-Round-trip Airfare reimbursed
-Experience a new culture
-Can’t adjust well to new cultures? A very big English speaking community
-Travel and visit mountains, beaches, temples, islands, and much more
III. HOW TO APPLY
Send your resumes to jobs21tomato.com Once we review your resume, we will send some information about the steps you need to take for all the paperwork.
and fill out our online application. This will be faster. We will contact you in less than 48hours if you meet all qualifications!
Must be a citizen from the following countries:
Hold a 3 or 4 year bachelor degree from an accredited university or college (Associates degree not accepted)
A valid passport
Able to obtain academic transcripts
Clean criminal record (a national Criminal Background Check) and able to obtain proof
V. DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
Acquiring the appropriate visa is of the utmost importance to work legally in Korea.
Schools will apply for the E-2 work visa on behalf of successful applicants. The documents required for the E-2 visa include the following items listed. F-4 and F-2-1 applicants must also follow the same procedures for registration purposes with their respective Ministry of Education.
- Valid passport (for at least 12 months)
- Signed teaching contract
- Updated resume/CV
- Sealed official transcripts from university/college with stamped seal on the back (2)
- Official university diploma. Diploma must also be copied and accompanied with an Apostille or notarization and certification from a Korean Consulate (depending on country).
- Clean national criminal background check with APOSTILLE (no record) or notarization and certification from a Korean Consulate (depending on country).
- Four passport-sized photos
Once the above documents are physically received, the E-2 visa application will be submitted to the immigration office on your behalf. After the application is processed (one to two weeks), we will receive a confirmation code and email it to you. You will then take the code to the nearest Korean Embassy or Consulate in your home country to receive the E-2 visa stamp in your passport.
For information on Korean Embassies and Consulates in your area, please visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade website.