Part-time job opportunities at Pyeongtaek University’s Graduate School of Translation and Interpreting Program
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The Graduate School of Translation and Interpreting (GSTI) at Pyeongtaek University is a postgraduate program specializing in training professional interpreters and translators. The School is currently inviting native English speakers to teach GSTI students English writing and speaking in the second semester of 2018.
Part-time instructors to teach two courses
1) Courses to teach: English writing (Wednesday 7:00-8:30pm), Topic discussion/debate (Wednesday 8:30-10:00pm) (two class hours per course)
2) Starting date: last week of August 2018, unless otherwise informed
3) Salary: Approximately 53,000 Korean won per class hour
1) Applicants must hold at least master’s degree in English, Education, Humanities or Social Sciences
- Native English speakers who currently reside in Korea
- Native English speakers who have completed secondary and university education in US, UK, Canada, Australia or New Zealand.
2) Two or more years of teaching experience at university level (preferably at graduate level)
1) Your latest curriculum vitae, and a cover letter that highlights your teaching experience and evidence of teaching excellence in English writing and speaking courses
2) Photocopies of official diploma and transcripts (BA, MA, and PhD if applied)
3) A photocopy of passport (the page with the photo of the applicant)
4) A photocopy of alien registration card
How to apply:
1) by mail: please send the documents to “Graduate School Administration Team, Pyeongteak University, 3825 Seodong-daero, Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi-do, postcode: 17869” OR
2) by email: [URL protected] ([email protected])
3) Documents must arrive no later than 5pm, 3 August 2018
The applicants successful in the document screening process may be requested to give a short demonstration of teaching (approximately 10-15 minutes)
Things to check before submitting your application:
1) Incomplete documents will not be considered or accepted; once submitted, the application documents will not be returned
2) Applicants are responsible for any false, deficient or incomplete documents. Pyeongtaek University has the right to revoke appointments resulting from false or deficient documents.
For all inquiries, please contact [URL protected]