by Tony Chai | Chief Editor | email@example.com
Houston Korean Education Center(HKEC) is looking for qualified individuals to teach Korean as second language at Dallas ISD’s middle school and high school.
According to the press release by HKEC, part time teachers are needed at Skyline High School and Ignite Middle School to teach Korean as second language, as well as Korean culture and history.
Those who get hired will be paid through the Korean government’s funding. Work hours will be about half of DISD’s full time teacher’s work hours.
Qualifications include the following.
- Texas public school teacher’s license
- Certification to teach Korean as second language or being in the process of acquiring one
- Recommendation from either any Korean school principal, college level Korean instructor, or any public school principal in the United States.
Documentation to submit are:
- teacher certification
- resume(in Korean or English)
- degree certification with grade report
- summary of teaching plan
Application period is from Monday, April 2, 2018 to Friday, April 20, 2018. Applications can be submitted via email to HKEC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hiring process will be divided into two phases. Result of the first phase, which is the application review, will be notified individually by Wednesday, April 25.
Second phase of the process will be conducted as in-person interview, along with 20-minute teaching demonstration.
To download the application and teaching planning templates, you can logon to HKEC at www.houkec.org.
For more information, call 713-961-4104 or email email@example.com.