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Issue #16 Publication Date: 9/1/2015 (Next Issue 9/16/2015)

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                            Sensei, The Newsletter of English Teaching
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Native English Teacher.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 20-25 teaching/class hours/week, 8 hours/day, 5 days/week. 230,000-250,000yen/month. Take care of babies (over 2 years old), teach English conversation classes for children and adults, make lesson schedule and teaching materials, or perform administration jobs. Teaching location Matsuyama-city, 15 minutes by bike from JR Matsuyama station. Proper visa, native English speaker, BA, over 2 years teaching experience (especially for children), Japanese speaking ability, and "like singing songs and outdoors" required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification and teaching license preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "Step school has prepared some accommodations. The cost is \30,000-\40,000/month with furniture. No key money." Paid holidays, transportation allowance, and paid vacation. One-year contract, renewable over three times. Position begins November 1, 2015. Apply by mail, fax, telephone, or e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, letters of recommendation, availability, passport page, and health certificate. Contact Kaji Masako. Step School. 1-18-18, Furukawa-Kita, Matsuyama-city, Ehime-ken, Japan 790-0942. 090-9550-5072. Fax 089-958-0605.

Native English Instructor.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, under 25 teaching/class hours/week, Tue-F 2-10pm, Sun and either Sat or M off. 250,000yen/month. Teach students from young children to adults, in group or individual classes. Teach Eiken, TOEFL, TOEIC, and speech training courses. Teaching location Yamaguchi-shi, Miyano Station or Yamaguchi Station and Hagi-shi, Higashi-Hagi Station. Proper visa, BA/BS (Education-related field preferred), International/Japanese driver's license, and basic knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software required. TESL/ESL or teaching certification, and beginner-intermediate Japanese speaking ability preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will renew visa. Accommodation: "teacher will be asked to pay half of the rent, which will probably be around 20,000yen (about US$200), but not exceeding 25,000yen (about US$250)." "Training will be provided in our school's teaching methods." Three weeks vacation (spring, August, and New Year's). One-year renewable contract. "Applicants looking to stay in Japan for more than 1 year are preferred." Apply by fax, telephone, e-mail or in-person with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, letters of recommendation and availability. "Teachers only willing to live in a major metropolitan area need not apply." Contact Noriko Yoshitake. Hatano English House. 1361-1 Miyanoshimo Yamaguchi-shi, Yamaguchi, Japan 753-0011. 083-923-7001. Fax 083-923-7500.

ESL Teacher/Supervisor.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 8 hours/day, 5 days/week, 2 consecutive days off. 250,000-280,000yen/month. Supervisor/Headteacher at theme park. Teaching location Suita City, Osaka. Proper visa, native English speaker, BA, 10-20 years experience teaching at elementary and junior high schools in Japan, and basic Japanese speaking ability required. Experience as a head teacher in Japan preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. 25 paid holidays, completion bonus, transportation allowance, paid vacation, health insurance, 5 sick days/year, training, and performance bonus (to one month salary). Overtime rate: weekday (monthly salary/month working hours * 1.25); weekend and holidays (monthly salary/month working hours * 1.35). Application deadline September 14, 2015. Position begins ASAP. Apply by mail, fax, telephone, or e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, teaching certification(s), and letters of recommendation. Contact Atsushi Kawabe. ING Co., Ltd. 556-0011 Japan, Osaka, Naniwaku Namba-naka 1-10-4 Nankai-Nomura Bld. 3F. 06-6632-5527. Fax 06-6641-0461.

English Teacher.
Part-time, 2-20 hours/week, 9-11:50am/10:00am-12:50pm/1:30-4:20pm/7-8:50pm. 3000yen/hour. "Assigned classes depend on a teacher's availability and experience. Examples of our classes: EFL course, Business English course, General English Course, Business writing, Discussion, Conversation, and Private lesson." Teaching location Ochanomizu, Tokyo on JR Chuo-line. Proper visa, native English speaker, BA/BS, and over two years experience teaching English to adults in Japan required. MA, TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, and experience teaching mid-size classes (10-15 students) preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Three-month renewable contract. Position begins September, 2015 or January, 2016. Fall term: Thursday, September 24-Wednesday, December 16, 2015; winter term Thursday, January 7-Thursday, March 31, 2016. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and availability. "Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted." Contact Junichi Okuyama. Athenee Francais. 2-11 Kanda-Surugadai Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 101-0062.

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