There are several employment websites in Korea, and most of them keep current information posted. If you are looking for English teaching opportunities, most programs will require that you are a Native English speaker and possess a bachelor’s degree. Teaching experience is not always required but it may place you at an advantage when applying if you have it. Currently the Korean economy is struggling through a depression; therefore finding employment is difficult for everyone, but not impossible. People seeking positions in fields other than teaching English will find that it is significantly even more difficult to successfully find work.
Applicants interested in finding work in Korea can send us an application, a letter of reference and their resume. When the center learns of an available employment position, we can forward your resume to the organization or company that is hiring. If an employer contacts IECEF about available job opportunities, we will post the position on our job board.