Teach English to Korean students via Skype

This post is for those who’d like to teach English to Korean students. I saw this comment in one of the posts here.

Remember that it’s for Filipinos who are in the Philippines.

We are looking for a Philipines teachers who could teach English in Philippines.
you will teach through skype.
applicants shoul have a bright personality and be punctual and responsible.
Bonuses are also available in accordance with our rules.
Most of the student wants to speak English instead of the grammar.
so you need to speak english spontaneously.
if you major is in education , it is much better for us.
The hours are monday through friday usually it is five through twelve . we are looking for individuals who will keep to their set schedules . You may choose which hours you would like to work, but once you’ve chosen them, you shoul keep that schedule for an extended period . You need to be on time with the students. You can not be absent monday to friday so you will work whole week days.
salary is 100 Peso /hr
If you teach more than 5 students, it will be increased to 120peso/hr.
One class of each student is 40minutes.

1.the reason why you want this job
2.Have you experienced with korean students

Give me the resume through my email.
if you be elected I will ask your skype id and interview you through it.
send me your application at my email.
it is eunmij42@gmail.com

The company is called PeelEnglish and you can visit their website at http://www.peelenglish.com

I AM NOT CONNECTED IN ANY WAY TO THE COMPANY MENTIONED ABOVE.

13 thoughts on “Teach English to Korean students via Skype

  • April 12, 2013 at 6:50 pm
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    ang sa amin lng po mam betchay na sana ang tnt dito mahuli na..at para mahuli lahat ng bahay puntahan kasi i mean door to door ang gawin ng mga taga immegration..kasi ang iba mga babae iniwan ang mga anak at asawa nilang koreano at don ngsama sa tnt…gdbls…

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    • April 13, 2013 at 10:46 pm
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      May nautangan kang TNT at sinisingil ka ano? Joke!
      Pero tama ka, sana yung mga may asawa na eh hindi naghahanap ng iba pa… respeto na lang sa asawa at anak. Kung gusto ng iba, divorce muna.

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  • April 14, 2013 at 4:44 pm
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    Pwede po kaya kahit hindi pa graduate? Or may age requirement po kaya? Thank you po for the info!

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  • April 17, 2013 at 12:14 am
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    PLEASE HELP US MS. BETCHAY RE:

    JOB OPENING FOR A KOREA COMPANY
    1 FILIPINO SPEAKING SECRETARY W/DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    Taking notes- record dictation and transcribe or write it down…letters, minutes of the meetings, memos, itineraries, etc.
    Scheduling meetings – keep a record of appointments and ensure on time and smoothly conducted, follow up for attendance, venue booking, producing all materials to use including drinks etc.
    Communication – conduct research for the reporting authority and carry out oral and written communication with staff, clients on behalf of boss or department.
    Troubleshooting – can handle difficult situations without any assistance and could sort out without the interference of the senior management.
    Arranging travel and accommodation – to arrange for the travel and boarding requirements of the boss or staff to be done flawlessly and meticulously especially when foreign travel and hotel bookings are involved. She has to prepare details itinerary for the convenience of the travelers.
    Maintaining archives in any form ( papers or video/audio) – to maintain the archives of documents and paperwork regarding office documents, customer visits, inaugurations, new product launches, activities, events, etc.
    Managing materials – ensure timely and accurate delivery, and pick up of important office material. Items to be couriered should be sent on time, tracked and followed up for efficient delivery.
    Answering calls – answers calls for company & boss. Secretary also screens the list of callers and relays the messages to the boss or leaves messages at his desk and leave remarks.
    Guest relations responsibility – Greet and welcomes the office visitors and makes them comfortable.
    Stock management – Keeps a tab on the available stock of office supplies, stationery, office equipment, etc. and makes arrangement for placing a new order.
    Maintaining a Diary – maintain a diary to follow the time –bound schedule of her boss and enlist appointments accordingly. And inform the boss about the next day’s schedule.
    Reporting – act as a liaison between the department and her boss. She will have to give an accurate report of the departmental activities to the boss.
    Correspondence – to sort all the correspondence, prioritize and label it for the boss.
    Coordinate and make errands to meet boss instructions.
    M
    Qualities and skill sets
    Trustworthy, sound work ethics, maintains good correspondence, advance knowledge of computer specially Microsoft office and excel. Business communication, self-motivated, pleasant disposition, presentable personality, multitasking abilities, organizing and planning skills, initiative, interpersonal skills, tenacity and fluent in Filipino and in English. A skill to speak intermediate Korean or Japanese is a great advantage.
    Age 24-30 visa status : E2, E1, E5, F3, F4, F1, E7, H1
    Graduate of a degree course related to: Education or Management or Marketing or Medicine.
    Salary – negotiable
    SEND RESUME with Philippine embassy in Korea endorsement letter to: cjk8821@hotmail.com and maestraviajes2004@yahoo.com

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  • April 18, 2013 at 10:13 pm
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    Hi!! I am manager of PeelEnglish. Thank you for put my ad in this page
    I just want to inform you about few changes for this job. following is new one
    Thank you very much

    Peelenglish.com

    intorduction:
    peelenglish.com

    We are looking for Philipines teachers who could teach English in the Philippines.
    you will teach through skype.
    applicants shoul have a bright personality and be punctual and responsible.
    Most of the student wants to speak English instead of the grammar.
    so you need to speak english spontaneously.
    if you major is in education , it is much better for us.

    salary :

    Briefly,
    1. if you have 1-2 students everyday, you will receive 70 peso every day per one forty minutes class.
    your salary will be 70peso per class everyday
    2.if you have 3-4 students everyday, you will receive 80 peso every day per one forty minutes class.
    your salary will be 80peso per class everyday
    3.if you have 5-6 students everyday, you will receive 90 peso every day per one forty minutes class.
    your salary will be 90peso per class everyday
    4.if you have 7-8 students everyday, you will receive 110 peso every day per one forty minutes class.
    your salary will be 110peso per class everyday
    Hours:
    The hours are monday through friday usually it is five through twelve .
    we are looking for individuals who will keep to their set schedules .
    You may choose which hours you would like to work, but once you’ve chosen them,
    you shoul keep that schedule for an extended period .
    You need to be on time with the students. You can not be absent monday to friday so you will work whole week days.

    1. reason why you want this job
    2. do you have experience with Korean students?

    Give me your resume through my email.
    if you be elected I will ask your skype id and interview you through it.
    send me your application at my email.
    it is eunmij42@gmail.com

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    • April 24, 2013 at 2:15 am
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      Hello! With all due respect, I think that the rate for this tutoring service may be too low for people to even try or apply for this job.

      I’m sure many of us, Filipinos, are very thrilled to become part of your program but 2000 won per session might not be as inviting as you want it to be. I am also interested but the pay is a little low considering that Filipinos are known to be good English speakers (and I assume, teachers,too).

      I hope this does not offend you. Your site is wonderful! Have a nice day.

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      • April 24, 2013 at 10:40 pm
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        Hi Macy! I also think it’s too low, but in the Philippines there would always be people willing to work for peanuts.

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        • March 22, 2014 at 9:36 pm
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          It is very good to help our Filipino brothers and sisters who need help finding jobs. This is noble work of no mean value. However, we need to project as a people a certain degree of pride in who we are, what we know and what value this has to offer the world. It is the responsibility of every self-respecting Filipino to show the world that we put a premium on our professional expertise. We have to respect ourselves first, so the world would give us the kind of respect we deserve.

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      • April 24, 2013 at 11:59 pm
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        Jenny says:
        Hi I am manager Jenny of PeelEnglish.
        nice to meet you! following is new ad! I actually raised the salary
        Please give me a feedback again Thank you ^^

        Peelenglish.com

        intorduction:
        peelenglish.com

        We are looking for Philipines teachers who could teach English in the Philippines.
        you will teach through skype.
        applicants shoul have a bright personality and be punctual and responsible.
        Most of the student wants to speak English instead of the grammar.
        so you need to speak english spontaneously.
        if you major is in education , it is much better for us.

        salary :

        Briefly,
        1. if you have 1-2 students everyday, you will receive 70 peso every day per one forty minutes class.
        your salary will be 70peso per class everyday
        2.if you have 3-4 students everyday, you will receive 80 peso every day per one forty minutes class.
        your salary will be 80peso per class everyday
        3.if you have 5-6 students everyday, you will receive 90 peso every day per one forty minutes class.
        your salary will be 90peso per class everyday
        4.if you have 7-8 students everyday, you will receive 110 peso every day per one forty minutes class.
        your salary will be 110peso per class everyday
        Hours:
        The hours are monday through friday usually it is five through twelve .
        we are looking for individuals who will keep to their set schedules .
        You may choose which hours you would like to work, but once you’ve chosen them,
        you shoul keep that schedule for an extended period .
        You need to be on time with the students. You can not be absent monday to friday so you will work whole week days.

        1. reason why you want this job
        2. do you have experience with Korean students?

        Give me your resume through my email.
        if you be elected I will ask your skype id and interview you through it.
        send me your application at my email.
        it is eunmij42@gmail.com

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        • April 23, 2014 at 6:43 pm
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          Is this ad still available po?

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  • April 23, 2013 at 7:25 pm
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    Thank you for this post Miss Betchay. Im an avid reader of your blog since I’m getting a lot of infos about SK where my heart belongs..^_^. I sent my mail with resume to the email above and hopefully will get a positive response. Thank and more power!

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  • May 6, 2013 at 10:09 am
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    PH: World’s best country in business English
    By Shielo Mendoza | Yahoo! Southeast Asia Newsroom – Wed, Apr 25, 2012

    Well, people will now have to think twice before mocking Pinoys’ use of the English language.

    The Philippines was named the world’s best country in business English proficiency, even beating the United States, according to a recent study by GlobalEnglish Corporation.

    GlobalEnglish has released early this month the results of its annual Business English Index (BEI), the only index that measures business English proficiency in the workplace.

    For 2012, results showed that from 76 represented countries worldwide, only the Philippines attained a score above 7.0, “a BEI level within range of a high proficiency that indicates an ability to take an active role in business discussions and perform relatively complex tasks.”

    “This is particularly interesting because the Philippines, a country with one-tenth of the population of India, recently overtook India as a hub for call centers. Over 400,000 Filipinos are now employed in call centers, roughly 50,000 more than in India,” the study said.

    The Philippines, which scored 7.11 and the lone country in the intermediate level, were joined by Norway (6.54), Estonia (6.45), Serbia (6.38) and Slovenia (6.19) in the top five.

    GlobalEnglish noted that a country’s business English capability is an indicator of its economic growth and business success.

    “It is not surprising that both the Philippines and Norway—the only two countries in the top five in both 2011 and 2012—are improving their economies, based on the latest GDP data from the World Bank,” it added.

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  • June 7, 2013 at 10:57 pm
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    This rate is quite low.
    I’m an ESL teacher in a korean company here in the Philippines and
    I also do home based tutorials for Filipino students. (one on one)
    I have this student who’s studying in a private school here in the Phils, and
    her parents are paying me for 250/hour (English subject only but she) and 150 for the succeeding hours. There were also times that I help her do her homework on other subjects(but very rare).
    For this kind of job.. you also need to pay for the electric bill and internet bill
    so I think this is quite cheap.

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