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Nathan Brehaut
No 40162
Name Nathan Brehaut
Nationality Australia
Starting Date 2017-07-31
Desired Location Not specified
Desired Housing Shared Housing with private room
Birth Date 1993-06-13
Marital Status Single
Desired Teaching Level Kindergarten, Elementary
Saturday Work Possible
Desired Pay Per Month 2.0milion won
Degree BA/BS
Education & Work Experience
 Do you have passport, original degree, sealed academic transcripts and criminal background record right now? If not, can you prepare these documents soon?

Yes, I have all of those documents available now.

* Education & Work Experience *

Dear Sir or Madam:

My name is Nathan Brehaut and I am writing to express my interest in living and working in Korea. I currently live and work in Yinchuan, Ningxia, China, teaching English to children aged between two-years-old and 17-years-old. I possess a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce (majoring in Accounting) from Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.

I graduated from University in February this year but having completed my studies in October 2016, I took up the opportunity to teach in China and have been living in China ever since. I have thoroughly enjoyed working and living in China, and believe I have immersed myself fully in the Chinese culture. With this being said, I strongly believe I am now in a position to move onto a new challenge and I believe this challenge is teaching in Korea.

The teaching experience I have gained in China has seen me develop a passion for working with children. For this reason, I am extremely eager to continue to work within the ESL field. Korea initially presented as the ideal location to start out teaching English but due to logistical issues I faced in October last year, China was where I landed my first ESL job.

I want to live in Korea but I also believe I can offer Korea a teacher with the confidence, energy and personality to deliver high-quality English lessons.

Please find attached my resume and I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,

Nathan Brehaut