OneWorld Now! is an after-school language and global leadership program for high school students in the greater Seattle area. Our vision is that all young people have access to life-changing international education. We seek an independent, organized, and dedicated individual to join our teaching team, taking over an existing Korean 1 class for the second semester from February – June. Commitment: Teach Korean I 5:35 – 7:05pm Mondays and Wednesdays, plus attend teachers’ meetings 3:30 – 5:00pm on alternating Fridays. Compensation: $30/hour, including one hour of paid lesson planning time per class. Potential to teach additional classes during the 2018-19 school year and chaperone trips to Korea in 2019.
Whether you are a native, heritage, or second language speaker of Korean, this is a chance to share the language and culture you love with high school students and work with a dedicated team of teachers of other critical languages.
– Native, heritage, or second-language proficiency in Korean (advanced-low or higher)
– Professional working proficiency in English
– Interest in engaging with modern best practices in language pedagogy
– Interest in working with under-served youth
– Adaptability, flexibility, and openness to feedback, learning, and growth
– Excellent communication skills
The ideal candidate will possess some or all of the following characteristics:
– Experience teaching in the United States (Korean or another subject)
– Experience working with non-heritage learners of Korean in any context, such as tutoring
– Experience working with high school students in the United States in any context, such as teaching, coaching, tutoring, etc
– Familiarity with national best practices in language pedagogy
– Independence and readiness to be a pioneer in the field of Korean language teaching in the Seattle area
– Take over the second semester of an existing Korean I class for the second semester from February – June. The class runs 5:35 – 7:05pm Mondays and Wednesdays.
– Participate in a teachers’ staff meeting on alternating Fridays from 3:30pm – 5pm
– Track and record grades and student performance
– Communicate regularly with office staff about student issues
LEVEL OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED
HOW TO APPLY
To apply: please send a resume and cover letter describing your teaching experience and education philosophy to Sarah Standish, Academic Program Manager (email@example.com) with “Korean Teacher” in the subject line and fill out the application at https://goo.gl/forms/aK1YS2yQovNDwhBo2.