Teacher Tech’s placement service is free to candidates and includes the services listed below. These services provide candidates with the tools they need to find the best possible position for their journey to South Korea.
During the consultation phase a representative of Teacher Tech will assess your qualifications, preferences, background, and career goals. Based on your personalized profile we create a plan for your job search.
Based on her e-book, Native Speakers Wanted: Resources for Teaching English Abroad, Madeline Moon (founder of Teacher Tech) will assist each candidate in writing a professional resume tailored to the Korean context. All applicants will get a free copy of the e-book as well as Madeline’s help in finalizing and polishing the resume.
Successful interviewing is a learnable skill, and applicants will receive assistance in navigating the unique cultural and professional complexities of interviewing with schools in Korea. Interview preparation includes an explanation of the priorities of employers as well as coaching, rehearsing, and evaluating answers to sample questions.
Once a job offer is made, Teacher Tech will make sure all questions are answered, so that each applicant understands the contract. Also, in order to be more comfortable with the employer, all teachers will be able to contact a current native speaker teacher at the school.
Teacher Tech will also walk you through all phases of the visa process, including an explanation of and assistance in completing required visa documents.
Teacher Tech arranges and pays for teachers’ airfare to Korea.
Teachers receive training before teaching (normally one week).