Publication Date: 8/16/2014 (Next Issue 9/16/2014)
rates for August 16, 2014
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
|Teacher of English.
Part-time, Sat 09:30-15:30 or 17:00. 4400yen/hour
(with CELTA), 4900yen/hour (with DELTA). Teach
young learners. Teaching locations Tokyo (Mejiro)
and Yokohama (Motomachi). Proper visa, expert
native English speaker, BA, CELTA or Trinity Cert
TESOL, and two years post-Certificate teaching
experience (including recent experience teaching
young learners of elementary school and
kindergarten age) required. CELTA YL Extension or
TYLEC preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE
IN JAPAN. Transportation allowance. Contract to
end of academic year. Application deadline Monday,
September 22, 2014. Positions begin September 2014
(Tokyo), October 2014 (Yokohama). Apply online.
"Suitable applicants will be asked to interview
upon receipt of application, with employment
offers made subject to interview." British
Council, Tokyo. 1-2 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku,
Tokyo, Japan 162-0825.
Scholars (Lecturer Or Assistant Professor).
Teach seven classes of 100 minutes each/week,
focusing on English language and cross-cultural
communication with the aim of increasing student
TOEFL/TOEIC scores. Maintain office hours, provide
additional support to students, conduct and
publish research, and participate in all official
university functions. Active participation in
curriculum reform, course adaptation and faculty
development. "Salary will be paid in 14
installments/year (monthly salary plus a bonus of
one month salary paid in July and in December)."
MA (in applied linguistics/TESOL or cross-cultural
communication), English language teaching
experience at the higher education level, and high
level of English language proficiency required.
Ph.D. (in applied linguistics/TESOL or
cross-cultural communication), experience living
and working in a culturally different environment,
knowledge of and interest in language teaching and
learning in Japanese higher education, practical
English language teaching qualifications (e.g.
certificates and/or diplomas with a practicum
assessment), and evidence of workplace
collaboration and collegiality preferred.
Holidays, private health insurance, one-way
airfare provided to Japan from home county and
assistance in obtaining a Japanese work visa.
Two-year renewable contract. Application deadline
November 15, 2014. Positions begin April 1, 2015.
Apply by e-mail
with CV (including passport-type photo), list of
academic and other publications, letters of
recommendation from current/previous academic
supervisors/employers, proof of degree
qualifications, certificates, etc., and statement
of teaching and research philosophy and goals.
"Applicants who meet the stated criteria will be
contacted and invited for an interview either in
person if they are Japan-based, or by Skype if
based overseas." Contact Professor Tak Uemura
(Dean, Faculty of Communication). Nagoya
University of Commerce and Business. Japan.
Full- and part-time. 40 working hours/week, 25
teaching/class hours/week, 5 days/week.
250,000yen/month (part-time 2000-3000yen/40 minute
lesson). Teach English to adults and children.
Teaching location Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Fukuyama
station. Native English speaker, and BA required.
Proper visa, experience teaching adults and
children, TESL/TEFL/TESOL certification, and
Japanese speaking ability preferred. SCHOOL
PREFERS THAT APPLICANT CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN.
Paid holidays, completion bonus, transportation
allowance, moving/relocation allowance, paid
vacation, and health insurance. One-year renewable
contract. Application deadline October 31, 2014.
Positions begin November, 2014. Apply by e-mail
with CV/resume. Contact Fujita. Berlitz. Japan.
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