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Teach English in Asia with Aclipse – No Teaching Experience Required.

Last post 09-16-2009, 1:00 PM by Aclipse. 0 replies.
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  •  09-16-2009, 1:00 PM 271682

    Teach English in Asia with Aclipse – No Teaching Experience Required.

    About Aclipse and the opportunity

    Aclipse is a trusted partner to qualified candidates looking to find the best English teaching jobs in Asia.  Often, the best candidates are students with Liberal Arts, International Studies, English or Education degrees, and opportunities are open to anyone.

     

    A teaching degree is NOT required for many positions as most employers offer comprehensive training.

    If you’re looking for an opportunity to:

    1) Jump-start your career

    2) Develop leadership abilities

    3) Explore another culture

    4) Make a difference in the lives of others

    5) Avoid moving back home with mom and dad

    …then Aclipse can all but guarantee a job for a qualified and motivated candidate!  You’ll earn a respectable salary and have the experience of a lifetime, while meeting interesting people, finding friends and gaining a global perspective. 

     

    The Aclipse team is made up of experienced people who taught English abroad and are passionate about helping others benefit from this amazing experience. With offices in Boston, Chicago, Osaka, San Francisco, Seoul, and Sydney, you can feel confident someone close by is there to assist you in beginning this exciting career.

    Offering a variety of teaching opportunities, Aclipse helps guide you toward and then land the perfect position.  We know the ins and outs of each country and school, and have the answers you need to feel 100% confident in your decision. Perhaps, best of all, our services are free to you!

    For more information, visit our website www.aclipse.net

    About the Positions:


    South Korea Private Language School Instructor for Chung Dahm Learning

     Start Dates: January to December 2010
    Teach communication and conversation classes to elementary, middle, and high school age students.  Instructors often teach test preparation classes, business English classes, and/or writing classes as well.  Experience the enthusiasm of the students, the lifestyle afforded by the salary and work hours (on average instructors work from approximately 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM at night), and the chance to work among a diverse group of instructors from all over the English-speaking world. Our primary client is one of the largest, most professional, and prestigious private language institutes in South Korea.

      

    South Korea Public School Positions Start Dates: February/March 2010 

    Work in public schools alongside regular Korean teachers of English. Help plan and execute language lessons to students in primary and secondary schools.  Conduct English conversation classes, assist Korean teachers, and prepare teaching materials and activities. There are plenty of opportunities to network with other English Teaching Assistants in your area.

     

    China Public Kindergarten English teachers; - Start Date: February 2010

    Work in public schools alongside regular Chinese teachers of English in 15-30 minute classes.  The children vary in age from 3-6 year’s old.

    Free: Apartment, Chinese lessons, meals at school and native assistant to help with daily life!

    Location: Beijing

    MUST BE at least 24 years old due to Visa restrictions

     

    China General Private School English teachers; - Start Date: ASAP

    Work with children 3-16 years olds, 40 hours per week (20 teaching).

    Free: Airfare, Chinese lessons, 10 paid vacation days + Chinese holidays.

    Location: Various throughout China

    MUST HAVE 1 Year teaching experience and TEFL certification

     


    Minimum Qualifications: 

    -Hold Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college

    -Be eligible for a work visa

    -Be a native English speaker (first language is English)

    -Hold a valid passport from USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa

    -Be able to commit to a one-year contract

    -No criminal record

     For China only:

    Medical Test: Visa dependant for China –must not have hepatitis or infectious disease

     

    Exciting Benefits:

    Lucrative salaries 

    Housing assistance!

    Reimbursed airfare (for Korea)!

     Medical insurance assistance

    Contract completion bonus (for some employers)

    Contribution into national pension (North Americans can collect this after departure)

    Curriculum and teaching resources provided
    Comprehensive training

     To be considered for any of these positions, apply online @ http://www.aclipse.net/apply_now.html

    *Co-applicants are encouraged to apply.

     

     A glimpse at Korea:

    Korea is a unique mix of sophisticated commercial centers and impressive, traditional attractions. A history and culture that goes back nearly 5,000 years coexists side by side with Louis Vuitton and Starbucks. An eclectic mix of mountains and rivers, majestic palaces, and ultramodern skyscrapers highlight the country's unique horizon.

     

    Also known as the "most wired" country in the world, Korea is famous for its Internet connectivity and the leadership role it plays in the IT industry. As the 10th largest economy in the world, anyone can find just about anything in Korea. For example, English books and movies are readily available along with a variety of Western foods from take-outs to family restaurants.

     

    For the adventurer, Korea's proximity to other Asian countries makes it an excellent hub for travel. Trips to Thailand, China, and Japan are the most common. Traveling within Korea is made easy by the clean, modern, and inexpensive public transportation system.

     

    Why China?

    The chance to experience 5,000 years of history while developing your career and skills in “The Middle Kingdom”, as the Chinese call their country, is an opportunity of a lifetime. You can explore one of the world’s most ancient civilizations and engage in the local culture as a welcomed insider (and get paid to do it). China has a thousand faces; from the Great Wall and serene deserts to urban centres bustling with bullet trains.

     

     The most recent host of the summer Olympics, Beijing has sprouted new athletic facilities, hotels and restaurants that rival any in the world.  An adventure awaits you down every city street and across the dynamic terrain that has something for every outdoor enthusiast. The Chinese are an amazing friendly people, who will no doubt welcome you with open arms.

     

     

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