Staff Member Spotlight: Jina Rhee



Headhunting Team Manager

What is your favorite travel memory?

I have been to several countries, and I had great experiences every time. All the memories of adventure is so precious to me but if I would pick just one, I would say Glacier National Park. I’ve never seen such a wonderful and superb natural view before! I wish I could see the beautiful landscape again.

How have you changed/grown since working for your current company?

I have developed skills in recruitment especially on how to deal with Human Resource professionals. I believe the biggest asset I can develop is communication skills. I was in constant communication with candidates, employers, and each district office of education, all of which allowed me to strengthen my interpersonal skills.

What is the best story you've heard from a return student?

I was told so many great stories from return teachers. I feel really good when they tell me how compassionate and warmhearted the colleagues and students they have met are. I am happy to see that they have adapted to the culture and the way of living in Korea. If they are being good in their work place, it would always be rewarding to me.

If you could go on any program that your company offers, which one would you choose and why?

If I could go on any program that my company offers, I would choose the Private Academy program. I would prefer to teach small groups of students and would like to have many colleagues who have had experiences in the position so that I can get their help!

Private Academy uses great qualities of teaching materials and aids, so it seems good for me to prepare and develop my lessons too!

What makes your company unique? When were you especially proud of your team?

We have a great balance. We work together all the time; this team-up makes us achieve the goal more efficiently. We cooperate with each other and come up with an effective plan for dealing with the problem. We always try to improve a circumstance by analyzing the causes of failure as a team.

What do you believe to be the biggest factor in being a successful company?

As I have previously mentioned, great balance makes a great outcome. You need to try to keep a balance between work and relaxation, and the company needs to support people who can do this well.

To be a great recruiter demands listening, reading, thinking, and communicating skills. Most of all, I believe communication skills are very essential in producing better results.