ESL Consulting (Seoul ESL) receives EPIK status for 2019
Company one of 7 official recruiters for native English teachers in Korea
By: ESL Consulting
The designation follows ESL Consulting (Seoul ESL)'s stellar recruitment record since official EPIK recruitment status was first granted three (3) years ago. The company started recruiting native English teachers in 2005 before gaining official EPIK status making it one of only seven (7) recruiters that were selected for the program in 2019.
This renewed designation is a boost for ESL Consulting (Seoul ESL)'s reputation worldwide as a partner with EPIK, a globally recognised teaching program. The recruitment agency can continue to accept applications from English teachers for positions at public and private schools, as well as at international schools and short-term camps. The company will continue to give good service to both applicants and schools worldwide.
Dukin Yoon, director says EPIK recruitment status should see the company growing its services.
"ESL Consulting (Seoul ESL) has always provided trustworthy recruiting service for our applicants and schools. Applicants who are interested in teaching English abroad can apply to ESL Consulting (Seoul ESL) and secure a great English teaching job in Korea," he says.
ESL Consulting (Seoul ESL)'s 2019 EPIK status follows three years of successful partnership with EPIK and more than ten years of experience in the recruitment of suitably qualified teachers from native English-speaking countries. The company assists applicants who meet the requirements to find jobs as English teachers in Korea working at various schools across the country. ESL Consulting (Seoul ESL) has built a strong reputation providing trustworthy services to a growing number of applicants and schools. The staff of experienced and professional recruiters provide dedicated support so that applicants can secure a teaching job in Korea.
EPIK is sponsored by the Korean government and accepts new applications on an annual basis. Its support to ESL Consulting (Seoul ESL) will see the company continue in its mission to offer to its clients various English teaching jobs including permanent and temporary positions.
About the company
Based in South Korea, Seoul ESL first opened its doors in 2005. The company's main objective is to continuously offer full recruitment services to native English teachers who are qualified and are seeking to teach in Korea under the EPIK program.
To find out more, contact:
Chloe Park/ Manager