I have 2 years teaching experience in Korea (at the same school). After my last contract, I decided to take a couple months off.
I am now ready to go back to Busan. All my documents are ready and apostilled and all the other things immigration wants. That's something I make sure to tell schools I applied for.I've gotten a couple of good bites, but they seem to back off.
One in particular:
I applied and they said I was their most qualified applicant and wanted to set up a time to interview me. I e-mailed them back to arrange a time and told them the hours that would be good for them to call (per their request). A week goes by, no call. So I followed up. They tell me they found somebody and the postition So I say "oh well" and start looking at the job posts on Koreabridge and I notice the same job is posted. So I e-mailed the person to "thank" her and told her to keep me in mind in case any other positions open at her school only to find she blocked my e-mail.
180's like this have been happening to me lately. What are the chances that my previous school (public), who didn't really want me to leave, is giving me a bad reference? it happened to a friend of mine.and it took him a long time to find a new job.