Personal Information:
First Name:
Family Name:
Current Location:
Date available to begin working in Korea
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Contact Information:
Street Address:
Address (cont.):
Zip/Postal Code:
Home Phone:
Emergency Contact Information:
Emergency First Name:
Family Name:
Address (cont.):
Zip/Postal Code:
Home Phone:
Background Information:
Education Level:
Length of Teaching Experience:
Teaching Experience (in detail): (be sure to list any type of teaching experience, regardless of length of time or if it was paid or volunteer)
Please describe your character traits (reliable, diligent, easy going & etc.)
Have you been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor?
Do you take drugs of any kind (prescription or illicit)?
If Yes, Please describe in detail.
Job Preferences:
What kind of living arrangement would you prefer?
What age of students would you prefer to teach?
Interested in getting TEFL certified?
What area would you prefer to be located?
What level of salary are you willing to accept?
Required documents for an E2 visa
I have a passport (USA, CAN, UK, AUS, IRE, NZ or S. Africa)
I have my original University Diploma
I have a notarized photo copy of my diploma with apostille notarization [Must have writen on the photocopy "This is a copy of an original document" signed by you, notarized by a public notary and notarized by an apostille or Korean consulate]
I have my national criminal background check [If no, when applied?]
My criminal background check has been notarized by an apostille or Korean Consulate
If you answered no to any of the above questions please describe in detail below:
Feedback: How did you hear about us?
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Attachments: Please read carefully!!!
A resume (word .doc or .docx format-no PDFs) and a recent photograph (head-shot smiling) are required and TEIK cannot begin any job search nor present applicants to any prospective employers without them. Resumes should highlight teaching experience, no matter how small, and reference contact information should be current. Please email resumes to if in MS word files only.
Applicants must be aware that their photos are very important to employers in Korea as this is the first impression they will get of you. Photos should represent how one would look if one were actually going in for a job interview. Photos should be a smiling head-shot that shows the face clearly and one should be looking forward. Please upload your resume and current picture below.
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