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Butterfly - Lynn Cullivan
O-HAYO SENSEI
The Newsletter Of (Teaching) Jobs In Japan

Published Twice-Monthly
www.ohayosensei.com
ISSN 1077-0313

Publication Date 10/16/14

Next Issue 11/1/14

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EXCHANGE RATES

October 16, 2014

US Dollar (USD)  =  106.13 yen
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Canadian Dollar (CAD)  =  94.21 yen
New Zealand Dollar (NZD)  =  84.65 yen
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SHORT-TERM TEACHING POSITIONS


HALLOWEEN PARTY HELPERS.
Short-term position: October 26, 2014. Part-time. Work at Halloween party and take care of children. Party location Kobe, near Seishin-Minami station, Kobe subway. Native English speakers, and native Japanese speakers required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN KOBE. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. Contact Mr. Koizumi. World Rainbow Cross-Cultural Institute. Japan.
mailto:world-netpal@s6.dion.ne.jp
http://www.world-netpal.com

NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKING SANTA.
Short-term position: 11/23, 11/29, 11/30, 12/6, 12/7, 12/13, 12/14, and 12/23, 2014. Part-time, weekends, 10:00-17:30. 20,000yen/day. Play Santa Claus at toy stores, greet and take photos with children/families. Working location across Japan. Native English speaker required. Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. ACE English School. Japan.
mailto:yamasato@ace-school.com


PART-TIME TEACHING POSITIONS


NATIVE ENGLISH BUSINESS INSTRUCTORS.
Part-time. 3500yen/hour. Teaching location along the Hachiko Line. Proper visa, and native English speaker required. Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. Linguage Corporation. Japan.
mailto:fujii@linguage.jp

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER.
Part-time, mainly evening classes. Teach children and adults. Teaching location Tokorozawa. Native English speaker required. Working holiday visa OK. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and recent photo. "Interviews will only be held in person." English Plaza. Japan.
mailto:shin-tokorozawa@englishplaza.co.jp
http://www.englishplaza.co.jp

KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS.
Part-time, weekday mornings. 3500yen/hour. Teaching locations across Kansai. Proper visa, native English speaker "from a country where English is the mother tongue," and 3 months experience teaching EFL required. Training, and bonuses for long travel and short work time. Training begins November, 2014. Positions begin April, 2015. Apply by e-mail. Qualified applicants will be invited to an interview in Minami-Morimachi. ECC Junior Children's Education Section. Japan.
mailto:native02@ecc.co.jp

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Part-time. 2500yen/50-minute class. Teach adults and children. Teaching location Nagoya station, Aichi and Okazaki station, Aichi. Proper visa, and native English speaker required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and availability. Contact Ben Nielson. DONDON. Japan.
mailto:ben@dondonenglish.com
http://www.dondonenglish.com

IELTS INSTRUCTOR.
Part-time, F and Sat, 8-16 hours/week. 2000-2400yen/hour. Teach private and group IELTS, EAP and other academic classes. Also teach classes at universities, and organize, promote and host twice-yearly education fairs. Teaching location Umeda, Osaka-shi, nearest stations Umeda Hankyu, Umeda JR, and Umeda Hanshin. Proper visa, native English speaker, and BA required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, and two years experience teaching adults preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN, preferably in Osaka. Transportation allowance. Apply by telephone or e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, teaching certification(s), and availability. Contact Koji Yamamoto. SI-UK Education Council. 203 Nissei Building East, 2-2-13 Shibata, Kitaku, Osaka, Japan 530-0012. 06-6147-5681.
mailto:Osaka@ukeducation.jp
http://www.ukeducation.jp

TESOL LECTURERS.
Part-time. 25,000yen. Deliver lessons, create design syllabus, check tests and provide feedback. Teaching location Fukuoka. MA (TESOL/Linguistics) required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN THE FUKUOKA/KYUSHU AREA. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. Contact Lynn Suico. CoFFET. 611 Toa Mansion 26-11 Nissin Cho Kawasaki Ku Kawasaki Shi Kanagawa Japan.
mailto:cofetj.japan@gmail.com

ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR.
Part-time, 2-3 classes/day, Tue-F 13:00-18:00. 2500-3000yen/class. Prepare teaching materials, teach an average of 5 classes (50 minutes)/day, record/report on lessons, talk with students before/after class, and answer questions outside class. Teaching location Yokohama, near JR Kannai station. Proper visa, BA, three years experience teaching both adults and children, and one year experience in Japan required. Japanese speaking ability, and computer skills (e-mail and MS Word) preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Transportation allowance. Six-month renewable contract. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, photo, and diploma. Contact Andrew Bradley. Dr. M Language House. Iseichi Bldg. 2F, 1-2-3 Suehirocho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Japan.
mailto:doctorm@npoylsc.org
http://doctorm.jp/kcenter

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER AND JAPANESE/ENGLISH BILINGUAL TEACHERS.
Part-time. 1500-2500yen/hour. Teach English to children from 3 to 14 years old, including providing toilet assistance to toddlers. Teach basic English conversation, Phonics, and Grammar through a variety of activities such as drama, cooking, art and crafts and games. Teaching location Meguro and Setagaya area. Proper visa, and fluent English speaker (native/non-native) required. Experience handling/teaching children preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE NEAR THE SCHOOL. Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, availability, passport page, visa, diploma(s), photo, teaching certification(s), recommendation letter(s), age, and nationality. Japan.
mailto:kidsarttokyo@gmail.com

CHILDREN'S INSTRUCTOR.
Part-time, 14:30-18:30, multiple days available. 2500yen/hour. Co-teach classes. Teaching location schools throughout central Tokyo. Native English speaker, BA/BS, proper visa, and one year experience teaching children in Japan required. "Japanese Nationals with native-level English will also be considered." Apply by e-mail with CV/resume and cover letter. GnoKids. Japan.
mailto:GnobleGroupRecruiting@gnoble.jp

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHERS.
Part-time, weekdays or weekends. 3000-5000yen/hour. Teach conversational English to children and adults one-on-one at student's home, teacher's home, or a cafe. Teaching location Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, or Saitama. "Teaching days and times are negotiable, accepted from once a week." Native English speaker required. "Students welcome." Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. ACE English School. Japan.
mailto:kurita@ace-school.com

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHERS.
Part-time, weekdays or weekends. 3000-4000yen/hour. Teach conversational English to children and adults one-on-one at student's home, teacher's home, or a cafe. Teaching location Osaka, Kobe, Nagoya, Kyoto, Nishinomiya, Amagasaki, Ashiya, or Ikoma. "Teaching days and times are negotiable, accepted from once a week." Native English speaker required. "Students welcome." Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. ACE English in Kansai. Japan.
mailto:kansai@ace-school.com

BUSINESS AND CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS.
Part-time, flexible schedule. 3500-5000yen/hour. Teach corporate classes. Course materials provided. Teaching location Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, and Saitama. Native English speaker, proper visa, and BA/BS required. Business degree, knowledge, and work experience preferred. Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. BIZ English School. Japan.
mailto:kurita.biz@ace-school.com

BUSINESS AND CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS.
Part-time, flexible schedule. 3500-5000yen/hour. Teach corporate classes. Course materials provided. Teaching location Osaka, Kobe, Nagoya, Kyoto, and Fukuoka. Native English speaker, proper visa, and BA/BS required. Business degree, knowledge, and work experience preferred. Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. BIZ English School. Japan.
mailto:biz@ace-school.com

NATIVE ENGLISH BABY SITTERS.
Part-time, weekdays or weekends. 4000-4500yen/90 minutes. Take care of infants and young children at students homes. Teaching location Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, or Saitama. Native English speaker required. "Students welcome." Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. English Baby Sitting School. Japan.
mailto:eigo-sitter@ace-school.com

NATIVE ENGLISH BABY SITTERS.
Part-time, weekdays or weekends. 4000-4500yen/90 minutes. Take care of infants and young children at students homes. Teaching location Osaka, Nagoya, Kobe, Kyoto, Nishinomiya, Ashiya, Amagasaki or Ikoma. Native English speaker required. "Students welcome." Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. English Baby Sitting School. Japan.
mailto:ebs@ace-school.com

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHERS.
Part-time, weekdays or weekends. 3000-4000yen/hour. Teach conversational English to children and adults one-on-one, at student's home, at teacher's home, or at a cafe. Teaching location Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka. "Teaching days and times are negotiable, accepted from once a week." Native English speaker required. "Students welcome." Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. FIT English School. Japan.
mailto:fit@ace-school.com

ENGLISH TEACHERS.
Part-time, weekends. 3000-4000 yen/hour. Teach conversational English to children and adults. Teaching location Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka. Proper visa, native English speaker, and experience required. "Students welcome." Transportation allowance. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. ACE English School. Japan.
mailto:ace@ace-school.com

CORPORATE TEACHERS.
Part-time, evenings, most classes 1.5-2 hours. 3500-4000yen/hour. Teach corporate clients, beginner through advanced levels. Teaching locations Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, and Kanagawa. Proper visa, native English speaker, BA/BS, and teaching experience required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Courses are on a contract by contract basis (usually 24 weeks). Transportation allowance and completion bonus. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume and cover letter. Contact Leanne Liu. AEON. Japan.
mailto:corp-recruiting-e@corp.aeonet.co.jp

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Part-time, weekday evenings, weekends, evenings and public holidays. 1600yen/40 minute lesson (2400yen/hour base). Teach at one-on-one lifestyle English conversation school. Teaching location Yokohama. Proper visa, native English speaker, BA/BS, and basic computer skills required. One year experience teaching Conversational English or Business English in Japan, TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, and basic Japanese ability preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will sponsor or renew visa. Renewable contract. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, letters of recommendation, and availability. Contact Casting Team. b Watashino Eikaiwa. Dogenzaka Square Bldg 403, 5-18 Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo, Japan 150-0044.
mailto:lp_casting@b-cafe.net
http://www.b-cafe.net

ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR FOR CHILDREN.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 9am-7pm. 200,000-250,000yen/month. Teach English to children using the school's teaching method, discipline children, learn and fully understand monthly curriculum, learn simple dances that are included in monthly curriculum, pass out flyers for special events, clean and organize classrooms, be prepared to teach classes on time, and take children out on field trips. Teaching location Tsurumi, Yokohama. BA/BS required. Experience with young children, and musical or dance background preferred. Sponsorship available. Paid vacation and transportation allowance. Two-year renewable contract. Position begins ASAP. Apply e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s) and photo. Contact Perci. Brains Kiddy Club. Japan.
mailto:percy@brains-kc.com
http://www.brains-kc.com


FULL-TIME TEACHING POSITIONS


JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NATIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER.
Full-time; 8:30-16:30, M-F for high school; 8:00-16:00 for junior high school, some Sat. 330,000yen/month. Teach English Oral Communications classes, and support the overall scope of the school's activities, at junior/senior high school. Teach 15-17 lessons/week, work with a team to plan, teach the curriculum, and assess student performance. Team-teaching position. Teaching location Matsudo City. Native English speaker, two years teaching experience at the junior high school level in Japan, BA/BS, "evidence of an ongoing commitment to professional development," and computer skills (Word and Excel needed for lesson planning and record keeping) required. TESOL degree, and teaching certification preferred. Paid holidays. One-year renewable contract. Application deadline postmark by November 28, 2014. Position begins April, 2015. Apply by mail with CV/resume, cover letter, two letters of reference, and copy of passport or recent photo. "Only selected applicants will be contacted, no later than December 8th." Contact Yumi Matsugaki, English Department Director. Senshu University Matsudo Junior High School/High School. 271-8585, Japan, 2-3621 Kamihongo, Matsudo City, Chiba.
http://www.senshu-u-matsudo.ed.jp
Inquiries only (no applications):
mailto:matsugaki.yumi@senshu-u-matsudo.ed.jp

ESL INSTRUCTORS OF NORTH AMERICAN ENGLISH.
Full-time, 20-23 teaching hours/week. 247,000-251,000yen/month. Teach both kids and adult classes ("about two-thirds of our students are children"). Teaching location eight schools located on the Keisei and Shin-Keisei lines, about halfway between Tokyo and Narita. BA/BS, and strong interpersonal skills required. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "apartments from 50,000 to 60,000 yen (rent) per month. School helps with initial set-up costs. Apartments are partially furnished and a landline phone is provided." 10,000yen monthly merit pay, and contract completion bonus. One-year contract, possibly renewable. Hiring decisions will be finalized by mid-November, 2014. Positions begin February/March, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. Contact Administrative Coordinator. MIL-The Language Center. Chiba, Japan.
mailto:mil@air.ne.jp
http://www.miljapan.com

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Five days/week, 20 hours/week. 3-6 hours/day. 172,000-250,000yen/month. Classes may include children ages 0-5, 2-6 children/class. Teaching location Tokyo Myougadani, Marunouchi Line), Toritsudaigaku, Tokyoko Line, and Futakotamagawa, Denentoshi Line). Proper visa (Working Holiday OK) required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN TOKYO AREA. Will renew visa. Transportation allowance, and insurance available (about 5000yen/month). Position begins December, 2014. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, cover letter, and recent photo. "Please note that applications are only to be sent to this address, and not any addresses listed on the school's website. At this time, only short-listed applicants will be contacted." Lesson4u. Japan.
mailto:kbergin@lesson4u.jp

ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS.
Full-time, to 25 teaching hours/week, 5 days/week, M-F. 250,000yen/month. Teach office workers and adults, and office work. Teaching location central Nagano. Proper visa, BA/BS, "perfect command of English" and International/Japanese driver's license required. "If you need sponsorship, 1-year commitment for full-time work agreement is required." APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Accommodation: "furnished private apartment provided at a reasonable rent." All Japanese national holidays, approximately one week holidays in May, August and Christmas-New Year's, paid holidays, and company car available at a cost. Positions begin October, 2014. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, current photo and cover letter. "Only short-listed candidates will be contacted." Contact Ms. Harri Satake. Lodestar Language School. Japan.
mailto:feline@k4.dion.ne.jp

JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER.
Full-time, 5 days/week, 8:30-17:30, to 20 lessons/week. 300,000yen/month. Teaching location greater Tokyo area (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba). BA/BS, and years solo-teaching experience at a secondary school required. Sponsorship available. Transportation allowance. Position begins April, 2015. Contract through March, 2016. Apply by e-mail. EduCareer. Japan.
mailto:recruit@educareer.jp

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 35 working hours/week, 25 teaching/class hours/week, 12:00-10pm, Tue-Sat (hours vary). 230,000yen/month. Teach English to students of all ages, travel to and teach at locations outside of the school (ex. local kindergartens), prepare an adult-use textbook and other class materials, and participate in school events and meetings. Teaching location Kannami, Shizuoka. Native English speaker, and BA/BS required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL certification, experience in education, and beginner-intermediate Japanese writing and speaking ability preferred. "The applicant must be able to ride a bicycle." Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "The rent for the apartment is 58,000 yen per month. However, the school provides a rent allowance of 10,000 yen per month. It is fully furnished, but the teacher is responsible for gas, electric, water, and internet." Paid holidays, completion bonus, and "interested teachers can choose to take a weekly Japanese lesson at no expense." One-year renewable contract. Application deadline November 30, 2014. Position begins March 1, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, and photo. Contact Sakae Tomita. Mac School. 654-3 Mamiya, Kannami, Tagata, Shizuoka, Japan 419-0123.
mailto:eymann@xtra.co.nz
http://macschoolmishima.web.fc2.com

ENGLISH TEACHERS (2).
Full-time, 5 days/week, 40 working hours/week, 26.5 classroom-teaching hours/week. 230,000-250,000yen/month. Teach young (elementary and kindergarten age) Japanese children. Office work and lesson planning, participate in and help plan the yearly events (such as, Christmas presentation, English summer camp, field trips and international parties). "Will need to sing, dance and make fun English games and activities." Teaching location Nakatsu-City, Oita. Native English speaker ("English must be your first and primary language"), BA/BS, International/Japanese driver's license, and some Japanese ability required. TESOL/CELTA/TEFL or ESL certification and/or experience teaching children preferred. Sponsorship available. Accommodation: "Keio will help to find an apartment for the hired teachers and will pay part of the key money." Five weeks paid vacation (25 days plus the connected weekends) throughout the year (20 days are pre-set around holidays, 5 days that can be requested at various times during the school year), free access to a company car for required work travel ("employees may also use a company car for personal use at a nominal fee"), free Japanese language lessons, and reimbursement of flight ticket to Japan (to 100,000yen). Positions begin March, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, cover letter, and two recent photos ("(a shot of your face and a full length shot with you dressed in business attire"). "Optionally you may send us any other photos, videos, letter of recommendation or documents that let us know what kind of person/teacher you are." Keio Academy Inc. Japan.
mailto:nakatsu@keio-ac.com
http://www.keio-ac.com

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHERS (2).
Full-time. 240,000yen/month. Teach children of all ages. "No dancing or performing. Just teaching, like real teachers do." Teaching location Takamatsu, Kagawa-ken. Proper visa, and native English speaker required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Accommodation: "assistance with housing." Health care, and pension. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, photo, copy of foreign resident card, and copy of passport with visa. englishbiz. 247-8, Otakami-machi, Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan 761-8074.
mailto:englishbiztakamatsu@gmail.com
http://englishbiznewteachers.weebly.com

ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 34.5 teaching/class hours/week, 5 days/week, weekdays and weekends. 280,800yen/month. Teach adults in 45-minute man-to-man lessons or group lessons (maximum 4 students), and attend school functions (semi-regular drinking parties, hanami parties, Christmas parties, etc.). "At Jabble, we are trying to make a new style of English school. Our goal is to create a school where teaching quality comes first, where the focus on our students is genuine, while also providing the service and professional benefits of larger schools." Teaching locations Chiba station, Funabashi station, Shimbashi station, and Shinjuku station. Proper visa, native English speaker, BA/BS, and three years working experience required. Two years experience teaching ESL, and Japanese speaking ability preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will renew visa. Paid holidays, transportation allowance and paid vacation. One-year renewable contract. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume (including an e-mail address and telephone number), letter of introduction ("specifically written as to why you think you are suited for this position"), professional references, and professional photo. "Before applying, please visit the link below and read the complete job listing." Contact Mr. Kelly Farmer. Jabble English School. 0260-0028, Japan, Chiba-shi, Chuo-ku, Shinmachi 1-20 Ezawa Bldg.
mailto:jabbler@jabble.jp
http://www.jabble.jp/job-listing.html

ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR.
Full-time, 30 lessons/week, 5 days/week, weekdays and weekends (current days off are Tue/Thur). 180,000yen/month. Teach all ages, from 3 years old and up, in 40-minute private lessons or group lessons (maximum 4 students). Participate in school events (monthly conversation event, Hanami parties, Christmas parties, etc). All teaching materials are provided by the company. All students use a textbook. "Must be able to work Saturday and Sunday mornings/afternoons." Teaching location Ibaraki, Hitachi station. Proper visa, native English speaker, 4-year college degree required. Position begins March, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume (including a photo, e-mail address, and telephone number), and cover letter. Japan.
mailto:1535hitachiekimae@hitachipm.co.jp

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 35 working hours/week, 26 teaching/class hours/week, 5 days/week, two consecutive days off. 260,000yen/month. Teach adults and kids in an eikaiwa setting. Office duties and interacting with students and parents. Teaching location Odawara/Hiratsuka. Native English speaker required. Proper visa, university degree, experience teaching adults and children in Japan, N4 Japanese language ability, and International/Japanese driver's license preferred. SCHOOL PREFERS THAT APPLICANT CURRENTLY RESIDE IN KANAGAWA. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "assistance with finding accommodation could be provided." Paid holidays, paid vacation, and training. One-year renewable contract. Application deadline November, 2014. Position begins March/April, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, letter of introduction, and availability. Contact Sam O’Toole. Bee-Lively English. Japan, Kanagawa, Odawara, Naruda, 285.
mailto:beelivelyenglishschool@yahoo.co.jp
http://www.beelivelyenglish.com

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, max 25 teaching hours/week, 5 days/week, Tue-Sat. 250,000yen/month. Teach English conversation to all ages, with the majority 2-12 years old. Native English speaker, and 4-year college degree required. Experience, and BA/MA in child education, linguistics, TESOL, or related field preferred. Sponsorship available. Accommodation: "furnished apartment (with a reasonable monthly rent of between 40,000yen to 53,000 yen)." Five-week paid vacation, completion bonus, training, free Japanese lessons, tree Internet provider (fiber optic connection), and resort hotel membership. One-year renewable contract. Position begins ASAP. Global English School. 1887-86 Kubo-cho, Matsusaka, Mie, Japan 515-0044. 0598-60-0873. Fax 0598-29-8730.
mailto:gesrecruit@ges-hiro.co.jp
http://www.ges-hiro.co.jp/recruit

PRESCHOOL TEACHER.
Full-time, 9:00-17:30 M-F, 2 Sat/month 9:00-13:30. 265,000yen/month (includes transportation allowance). Proper visa, experience as a preschool teacher with ages 2-3, and excellent English skills required. Vacation and national holidays. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and recent photo. Busy Bees International School. Japan.
mailto:info@busybees-school.com

ASSISTANT LANGUAGE TEACHER (ALT).
Full-time, 35 teaching/class hours/week (varies by placement), M-F, approx 8:30am-4:30pm. Year 1: 3,360,000yen; year 2: 3,600,000yen; year 3: 3,660,000yen; year 4: 3,960,000yen; year 5: 3,960,000yen. "ALTs from the U.S. are engaged in English language instruction. ALTs are placed mainly with local boards of education or public elementary, junior high, and senior high schools throughout Japan. When working as an ALT, participants “team-teach,” in pairs with a Japanese instructor of the English language." Teaching locations throughout Japan. BA/BS required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL certification, teaching license, and Japanese writing and speaking ability preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Sponsorship available. Accommodation: the participant’s contracting organization will assist in securing housing for the participant. This housing may be partially subsidized. Details vary by placement." Japanese holidays off (15 days/year), paid vacation, airfare, and "participants will be enrolled in Japan’s national health insurance, JET Program accident insurance, pension insurance and employment insurance." One-year contract, renewable up to four times (for a total of five years). Application deadline November, 2014. Position begins July/August, 2015. Apply online (after the application is completed online a .pdf hard copy must be printed and submitted to the JET Program, together with supplemental documents). "Please note that the information provided in this listing is intended for US citizens applying for the JET Program. Citizens of other countries should contact the JET Program Office of the country in which they hold citizenship for information on how to apply. Contact information is available at http://www.jetprogramme.org/e/aspiring/countries.html." Japan Exchange and Teaching Program. Embassy of Japan, JET Program Office, 2520 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008.
http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/
http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/application_documents.html

COORDINATOR FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (CIR).
Full-time, 35 working hours/week, M-F, approx 8:30am-4:30pm. Year 1: 3,360,000yen; year 2: 3,600,000yen; year 3: 3,660,000yen; year 4: 3,960,000yen; year 5: 3,960,000yen. CIRs are engaged in internationalization activities, such as planning events, translation, interpretation, hosting foreign delegations, etc. CIRs may also assist in adult English classes or occasionally visit kindergartens. CIRs work in government offices at the municipal or prefectural level or related organizations. CIRs are often involved in planning community events and may also have duties related to editing a bilingual newsletter. Working locations throughout Japan. BA/BS, and JLPT N1 or N2 ability required. Experience in event-planning, editing, and publishing preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Sponsorship available. Accommodation: "the participant’s contracting organization will assist in securing housing for the participant. This housing may be partially subsidized. Details vary by placement." Japanese holidays off (15 days/year), paid vacation, airfare, and "participants will be enrolled in Japan’s national health insurance, JET Program accident insurance, pension insurance and employment insurance." One-year contract, renewable up to four times (for a total of five years). Application deadline November, 2014. Position begins July/August, 2015. Apply online (after the application is completed online a .pdf hard copy must be printed and submitted to the JET Program, together with supplemental documents). "Please note that the information provided in this listing is intended for US citizens applying for the JET Program. Citizens of other countries should contact the JET Program Office of the country in which they hold citizenship for information on how to apply. Contact information is available at http://www.jetprogramme.org/e/aspiring/countries.html." Japan Exchange and Teaching Program. Embassy of Japan, JET Program Office, 2520 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008.
http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/
http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/application_documents.html

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHERS.
Full-time, Tue-Sat, 11:50-21:00. 280,000yen/month. Teach American English to junior, senior college students, and adults. Teaching location Himeji Hyogo, Himeji station. Native English speaker, and BA required. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Sponsorship available. Paid holidays, completion bonus, paid vacation, and health insurance. One-year renewable contract. Application deadline November 15, 2014. Position begins March 25, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, essay (topic: Why I want to teach English in Japan), letters of recommendation, and passport page. Contact Momoe Ueoka. Sakura English Conversation School. Hagiwara bldg. 3 F, 39 Tatemachi, Himeji Hyogo, Japan 670-0903.
mailto:position@sakura39.com
http://www.sakura39.com/english1.htm

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR/OPEN COLLEGE INSTRUCTORS.
Part-time. Adjunct Professor: class sections meet about 3.5 hours/week, M-W, M-W-F, W-F or Tue-Thur, times negotiable, 1/5-4/3, 2015, 2-3 hour final exam in the last week. Open College Instructors: Wed or Thur, 7-9pm, various times on Sat, class meets 2 hours/week for 10 weeks, beginning late January, 2015. Adjunct Professor teaches Humanities (Western Civilization). Open College instructors teach English Conversation, Academic Writing, Web Design, and PowerPoint. Teaching location Central Osaka, Umeda (Adjunct Professor) and Shinjuku, Tokyo, Shinjuku San-chome (Open College Instructors). Adjunct Professor: proper visa, MA (Ph.D. preferred) in relevant field, and experience teaching the subject matter at the college level (preferably 3 years at a North American college) required. Open College positions: deep/professional knowledge of subject matter required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will sponsor/renew visa for full-time. Transportation allowance. Adjunct Position: 3.5-month potentially renewable contract. Open College: 10-week potentially renewable contract. Application deadline November 5, 2014. Positions begin January 5 (Adjunct Professor) and late January, 2015 (Open College). Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, letter of introduction, 3-4 references, and specify exact position sought. "Applicants without a Master's degree will not be interviewed." Contact Alan Brender. Lakeland College Japan. 5-7-12 Shinjuku Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 160-0022.
mailto:brender@japan.lakeland.edu
http://lcj.lakeland.edu

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.
mailto:heh_ny@yahoo.co.jp
http://info@hatano-eng.com

ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS.
Full-time. 250,000yen/month. "We maintain two language schools with lively and creative educational programs, teaching small classes for a range of ages (from small children to adults) as well as organizing occasional extracurricular activities for schools, companies and community groups." Teaching location Hiroshima-ken. Two years experience in the Japanese EFL industry (from younger children to adults) required. "Please note: this position is most suitable for an energetic native Western applicant in his or her mid-career with intermediate Japanese ability." Sponsorship available. Accommodation: "a furnished apartment at Y51,000 per month." Optional bonus/car program. Application deadline ASAP. Position begins January, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume (including an e-mail address and Skype contact), cover letter, and recent color photo. "Professional references will be required." Contact Kevin Mushinsky, Principal. K&F English Academy. Japan.
mailto:kevin@kf-ac.com
http://www.kf-ac.com

ACADEMIC SKILLS/IELTS EXAM INSTRUCTOR.
Full- and part-time. Teach English for Academic Purposes required for pre-master degree programmes. "Teach academic writing, reading, speaking, listening, exam (IELTS) skills to students on our courses which leads directly to places at universities in the UK." Teaching location Osaka. Native-like English fluency, MA (Applied Linguistics/TESOL), and two years classroom experience required. DELTA/CELTA, IELTS teaching qualification, ability to work well within a team, and academic background in Business/Social Sciences-related fields preferred. One-year renewable contract. BEO, Ltd. Da Vinci Shinjuku 5F, 4-3-17 Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.
mailto:recruitment@beo.jp
http://www.beo-study.com

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 25-28 teaching/week (115 lessons maximum/month), 5 days/week, Tue-Sat, mostly late afternoon-evening, (Sat 9-18). 260,000-300,000yen/month. Teach children to adults. Teaching location, Utsunomiya Tochigi. Native English speaker, and one year experience working with young children preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "help finding living apartment." Position begins January, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume (including an e-mail address, Skype ID and telephone number), and recent color photo. Contact Yukari Wakabayashi. Earnest eigo. 4-7-11 Koedo Utsunomiya city, Tochigi, Japan 321-0951.
mailto:contact@earnesteigo.com
http://www.earnesteigo.com

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ALTS.
Full-time. 220,000-240,000yen/month. Contract position. Teaching location Kaizuka City, south Osaka. Position begins ASAP. Native English speaker required. TESOL/TEFL certification and Japanese speaking ability preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN, preferably in the South Osaka/JR Wakayama area. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. The Minerva Language Institute.
mailto:workinkansai@minel.jp

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ALTS.
Full-time. 220,000-240,000yen/month. Contract position. Teaching location Kakogawa City, Hyogo. Native English speaker required. Experience using the Eigo Note/Hi friends book, TESOL/TEFL certification and the Japanese speaking ability preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN, preferably in the Hyogo and Himeji area. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. The Minerva Language Institute.
mailto:workinkansai@minel.jp

ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR.
Full-time, 8 hours/day, 40 hours/week, between 7am-10pm. 250,000-265,000yen/month. Teach using established curriculum, evaluate students, complete daily teaching records, and attend meetings, seminars and other activities. Teaching location across Japan. Proper visa, native level English speaker, BA/BS (or equivalent), and 120 hours TESOL/TEFL/CELTA experience (or equivalent certificate) required. Instructor training experience preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Employee health insurance (Shakai Hokken), unemployment insurance, sales incentives, completion bonus, and union membership. One-year renewable contract. Apply by e-mail. COCO School-Nichii York Academy (Nichii Gakkan Company). Japan.
mailto:gogakusaiyo@nichiigakkan.co.jp
http://www.nichiigakkan.co.jp/en/index.html

KIDS ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 35 working hours/week, 25 teaching/class hours/week, 10:00-18:00, Tue-Sat. 250,000yen/month. Teach preschool kids, kindergarteners, and elementary school students. Help plan and participate in school events. Help make curriculum and lesson plans. Teaching location Sakyoyama Station, Nagoya City. Native English speaker, and BA/BS required. MA/Ph.D., experience teaching small children, and TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "introduced a furnished apartment for 40,000yen per month. No deposit or key money necessary." Paid holidays, completion bonus (100,000yen), transportation allowance, five weeks of paid vacation (25 days plus the connected weekends, spread out throughout the year, 10 days of which are selectable), health insurance, and training. Fifteen-month renewable contract. Application deadline November 15, 2014. Position begins January, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), photo, teaching certification(s), availability, and Skype address. Contact Mr. Yasuo Yamada. A.Z. plus by GlobalCast Inc. Marunouchi Building 11F, 1-15-20 Marunouchi Naka-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi, Japan 460-0002.
mailto:yasuo.yamada6@gmail.com
http://az-plus.jp

ENGLISH TEACHERS.
Full- (University Program and Young Learners Program) and part-time (E-Learning Program, 1000yen/assignment). Teach conversational English to Japanese university students at universities for approximately 3-5 months (University Program), teach elementary school students for approximately 4 months (Young Learners Program), or tutor Japanese university students online (E-Learning Program). Teaching locations Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba, Aichi, or Shizuoka (University Program); and Aichi (Young Learners Program). BA and one of the following required: for University Program -- 500+ hours of actual classroom teaching experience along with EFL/ESL teaching certificate and/or elementary/primary/secondary teaching credentials/qualifications, 1000+ hours of actual classroom teaching experience in lieu of teaching certificates or credentials/qualifications; for Young Learners Program -- 1000+ hours of actual classroom TEFL/TESL experience including teaching young learners experience along with EFL/ESL teaching certificate and/or elementary/primary/secondary teaching credentials/qualifications; for E-Learning Program -- MA with EFL/ESL teaching certificate and/or elementary/primary/secondary teaching credentials/qualifications: actual EFL/ESL classroom/online teaching experience, MA without EFL/ESL teaching certificate and/or elementary/primary/secondary teaching credentials/qualifications: 1000+ hours of actual classroom/online teaching experience, basic computer skills, own accommodation with a land phone line, a phone, Internet access, and a computer (Windows 2000 or newer) in Japan, and be able to work at night at home. Accommodation: "for University Program and Young Learners Program instructors, fully-furnished single apartment with a rental fee of 81,000 yen per month (utilities and maintenance fees included)." Flight reimbursement for University Program and Young Learners Program instructors to 1200 USD for those coming from overseas. Contract depends on position. Spring 2015 term: University Program, Young Learners Program and E-Learning Program, April/May-July/August (3-5 months). Fall 2015 term: University Program, Young Learners Program and E-Learning Program, September-December/January/February (3-5 months). Apply online. "We are always looking for as many back-up instructors as possible. For those 'waiting list' candidates, we will extend a formal offer of employment whenever there is a need for an instructor before and/or during the term. If you are able to join us on one or two weeks' notice and are interested in being on the list, please mention it on your online application form (in the 'Comment' box)." "Please note that we may not be able to quickly respond to any inquires through this site." Westgate Corporation. Japan.
mailto:westgate_recruiter@westgate.co.jp
http://www.westgate.co.jp


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POSITIONS STILL AVAILABLE (REPORTED IN PREVIOUS ISSUES)


SHORT-TERM TEACHING POSITIONS


ENGLISH TEACHER.
Short-term position: November 5/6/7, 2014. 2 nights/3 days English camp program, 18 hours working hours. 3500-4000yen/hour. Teach junior high school students. "Meals: lunch from Nov 5th till lunch on Nov 7th will be provided by ISA. Hotel accommodation will be provided by ISA." Teaching location Fujiyoshida city, Yamanashi. Proper visa, and BA required. MA (General English, Debate, or science background - biology or chemistry including DNA extraction experiment, CO2 production experiment) and experience teaching Japanese learners preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Transportation allowance. Application deadline October 17, 2014. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, availability, and visa information. Contact Ms Layla Takebayashi. ISA Inc. Shinagawa Crystal Square, 10F 1-6-41, Kounan Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 108-0075.
mailto:id@isa.co.jp
http://www.isa.co.jp

ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS.
Short-term position: December 20, 21, 26 and 27, 9am-3pm. 3500yen/hour. TOEFL teaching position for teenagers. Teaching location Osaka. Native English speaker, and TOEFL teaching experience required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Contact Nakano. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, letter of introduction and availability. IFU Gaigo Gakuin. 1-14-10 Nishinakajima, Yodogawaku, Osaka, Japan 532-0011.
mailto:ifu_gaigo_gakuin@yahoo.co.jp
http://www.ifu.co.jp

VOLUNTEER ENGLISH/SPANISH TEACHERS FOR GLOBAL VOYAGE.
Short-term position: April 12-July 25, 2015. Instructors for 87th global voyage. Voyage expenses are covered. Eighteen months full-time teaching experience, and "highly advanced speakers of English or Spanish" required. Certification, graduate degree, and Japanese ability preferred. Application deadline 17:00 (Japan Standard Time) on Friday, November 21, 2014. "Interviews are scheduled to be held in Tokyo on December 13 and 14 (Saturday and Sunday), 2015. Skype interviews for overseas applicants will be held around the time of the domestic interviews. Interview dates are subject to change, please check the website for constant updates." Apply online. Peace Boat NGO. Tokyo, Japan.
http://www.peaceboat.org/english/?menu=110


PART-TIME TEACHING POSITIONS


IELTS/EAP INSTRUCTOR.
Part-time, Sat 10-7 and/or Sun 10-6. 2000yen/50-minute class. Primarily teach IELTS and EAP to students who are planning to study abroad at British universities. Students are taught privately or in small groups. Document editing, course design, and participation in twice-yearly international education fairs at locations in central Tokyo. "There will also be the chance to teach IELTS courses nationwide at leading Japanese universities in partnership with the Eiken Foundation of Japan." Teaching location Shibuya. Proper visa, native English speaker, BA, and one year ESL teaching experience required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL certification, IELTS/EAP experience, and knowledge of British universities preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Transportation allowance. One-year renewable contract. Position begins October, 2014. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, letter of introduction, and photo. Contact Paula Suzuki. SI-UK Education Council. 5F Boulevard Building, 1-16-3 Jinnan, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan 150-0041.
mailto:paula@ukeducation.jp
http://www.ukeducation.jp

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Part-time, Sat, classes at 12:50, 14:00, 15:10, 17:00 and 18:10. 1822yen/class. Teach adults and children. Teaching location near Korien Station on Keihan line. Proper visa, and native English speaker required. TEFL qualification, and experience preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Contract completion bonus, and transportation allowance (to 600yen/day). One-year renewable contract. Application deadline October 31, 2014. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail or fax with CV/resume. Contact Barbara E. Dreher, General Manager. Modern English. 5-20-202 Korien-cho, Hirakata City, Osaka, Japan 573-0086. Fax 072-835-5288.
mailto:infor@modernenglish.net
http://www.modernenglish.net

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Part-time, Sat, 15:00-16:00. 3000yen/hour. Teaching location Yokohama, Tokaichiba on JR Yokohama Line. Transportation for one hour. Apply by telephone. Robin English School. Japan. 045-905-2240.

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Part-time, evenings. 3000yen/hour. Teaching location Yokohama, Tamaplaza on Denentoshi Line. Transportation for one hour. Apply by telephone. Robin English School. Japan. 045-905-2240.

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Part-time, Thur, 13:50-14:50. 3000yen. Teach private lesson. Teaching location Ikenou on Inokashira Line. Experience required. Transportation for one hour. Position begins ASAP. Apply by telephone. Robin English School. Japan. 045-905-2240.

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Part-time, two hours from 1pm on Wed and Thur. 8000yen (includes transportation). Teach company classes. Teaching location Nagoya area. Proper visa ("Working Holiday visa OK"), native English speaker, and experience required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN NAGOYA AREA. Application deadline October 31, 2014. Position begins January, 2015. Apply by phone or e-mail with CV/resume, photo, and passport page (including visa page). Contact Mr. Hirata. ACE Language. Japan. 052-201-2227.
mailto:info@ace-nagoya.com.

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Part-time, Saturday, 8:30-15:00. 2000yen/hour. Teach kids and adult classes. Teaching location Higashi Koganei Station, Chuo-Line. Experience, and Japanese ability preferred. SCHOOL PREFERS THAT APPLICANT CURRENTLY RESIDE NEAR HIGASHI KOGANEI STATION. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and availability. Guarantee Language. Japan.
mailto:glsjapan@aol.com

ENGLISH TEACHER FOR RETURNEE CHILDREN.
Part-time, Sun 9:00-17:00. 1000yen/hour (BA/BS), 1800yen/hour (MA). Teach 5-12 year-olds. Teaching location Totsuka, Yokohama, Kanagawa, JR/Subway Totsuka Station. Proper visa, and native English speaker required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Transportation allowance. Apply by mail, e-mail, or online with CV/resume, and photo. Contact Orie Nishina. Kanagawa International School. 3940 Totsuka-cho, Totsuka-ku, Yokohama, Japan.
mailto:info@kischool.com
http://www.kischool.com

ONLINE NATIVE INSTRUCTOR.
Part-time, minimum 9 hours/week. 1800yen/hour. "Lesson is performed between the hours of 1PM to 10 PM every day via Skype software installed on instructor's own personal computer. Instructor may select days and times convenient to him/her. Japanese students appoint instructors to take lessons. Prior to your first class, online lesson training will be provided." Teaching location across Japan. Proper visa, native English speaker, fluent Japanese speaking ability, BA/BS, broadband internet service, and be able to work from home required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. One-year renewable contract. Position begins early October, 2014. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, photo, passport page, and Skype address. Online English Boston Club. Japan.
mailto:oe-boston@jcom.home.ne.jp
http://oe-boston.com

CHILDREN’S ENGLISH AND ART TEACHER.
Part-time, flexible days/hours. 1500-2000yen/lesson. "We have several types of lessons: reading, speaking, arts & crafts, and baby classes. Our students range from 2 to 15-years old. We also hold several special events each year: Spring Picnic, Halloween and Christmas parties, Speech Contest, and Fathers & Mothers soccer. We have developed basic lesson strategies and patterns as well as content that we will introduce to you when hired." Teaching location Tokorozawa Station, Tokorozawa, Saitama. "Also looking for native Japanese speakers with good English for assistant position." Proper visa, and native English speaker -or- Japanese speaker who has lived abroad and speaks English without a strong Japanese accent required. BA, experience teaching children from 2-15 years, and some artistic sense/ability (for making children’s crafts) preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN, preferably near Tokorozawa, Saitama. Transportation allowance, and training ("you will be given training which consists of observing and participating in several lessons given by an experienced teacher"). One-year renewable contract. Apply by e-mail, online or in-person with CV/resume, letter of introduction, photo, and availability. Contact Jason Amster. Beans Club English. Kotobuki-cho 10-8, Tokorozawa-shi, Saitama-ken, Japan 359-1122.
mailto:happy@beans-club-english.com
http://www.beans-club-english.com

ENGLISH AND MATH INSTRUCTOR.
Part-time, 3 days/week (negotiable). Teach 1st year classes to about 20 students/class at private all girls' junior/senior high school. 100% solo instruction, and "instructor will be responsible for everything from lesson planning and discipline to exam preparation and scoring." "There will be a few days outside the schedule which require mandatory attendance for school events (open school, speech contests, etc.)." "Expanding to a FT position (covering both English and math classes in English) from April 2016. Instructor shall receive workshop training during the first year to help prepare them for the additional math responsibilities the following year." Teaching location west Tokyo. Native English speaker, teaching experience, and familiarity with Japanese work ethics and general faculty room etiquette required. Teaching certification preferred. Sponsorship available. Application deadline ASAP. Position begins April, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume (Word format preferred). Japan.
mailto:c_catch@cosmo-web-net.co.jp

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER ENGLISH CONVERSATION SCHOOL.
School hours 10am-9pm. 3000yen/lesson, 870yen(Kanto)/office work. "This is a substitute position so when a regular teacher is unavailable, you will be contacted. Even if you can only work 1 day a week, you are welcome to apply for the position." Teaching location Kanagawa (Yokohama, Kawasaki, Chiba). Proper visa, native English speaker, and "good understanding of cultural differences" required. Experience working with small children preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Renewable contract. Application deadline October, 2014. Position begins ASAP. Apply by mail, fax, telephone, or e-mail with CV/resume (including date of birth, nationality, gender, place of residence, and current visa status), letter of introduction, and photo. Contact person Yu Sugimoto (Human Resource Assistant). Kohgakusha Co., Ltd. 1-1-1-5F Manpukuji, Asao, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan 215-0004. 044-959-4002. Fax 044-959-6661.
mailto:jinzai2@kohgakusha.com
http://www.kohgakusha-e.com/index.php

ENGLISH TEACHERS FOR KIDS.
Part-time, .5-2 hours/day, 1-5 days/week. 2000-3000yen/hour ("it will be 4000-5000 yen per day"). Teach English to 3, 4 and 5 year old children in preschools. Establish English lesson content and curriculum. Teaching locations ten schools in Meguro-ku, Nerima-ku, Koto-ku, and Kodaira City (Tokyo); Noda City (Chiba), and Yoshikawa city and Misato city (Saitama). Native English speaker, and basic Japanese speaking ability required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL certification, experience teaching English to children, and basic Japanese writing ability preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Transportation allowance, health insurance, and employment insurance. Application deadline end of October, 2014. Position begins August, 2014. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and photo. "Our hiring process involves the application and the interview." Contact Kazuma Shiraishi. Kids Support, Inc. 3F, 5-5-8, Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan 153-0051.
mailto:info@kissapo.com
http://www.kissapo.com

ENGLISH CONVERSATION TEACHER.
Part-time, "teach 12 hours/week in exchange for private room in Urawa." Short- or long-term. Apply by telephone or e-mail. Ray English Club. Japan. 048-887-4232.
mailto:takja@jcom.home.ne.jp


FULL-TIME TEACHING POSITIONS


ENGLISH CONVERSATION TEACHERS.
Full-time, 20 teaching hours/week, Mon-Sat (alternating Sat off). 210,000yen/month. Teach children and adults, both privately and in groups. Teaching locations in and around Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka. Native English speaker, International/Japanese driver's license, BA (Education related preferred), and ability to work with very young children required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, teaching license, experience teaching early years education, JLPT level 3, and "experience of Japanese life, culture and education system" preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Paid holidays, company car provided for travel to teaching locations. One-year renewable contract. Apply by e-mail or online with CV/resume, copy of diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, teaching certification(s), and letters of recommendation. "Qualified applicants will be contacted, documentation will not be returned." Contact Takeshi Nakajuku. Four Seasons Language School and Cultural Center. Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka-ken Japan 430-0926.
mailto:personnel@fourseasons.co.jp

PRESCHOOL TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 hours/week including teaching and office work, Sun off, Sat and M-F 8 hours between 8:00 and 18:00 (school closes at 2:30 p.m. 250,000-270,000yen/month (250,000 with ECE diploma/certificate; 260,000 with ECE degree and over one year teaching experience at preschool/daycare/kindergarten; 270,000 with ECE degree and over three years teaching experience at a preschool/daycare/kindergarten as a classroom teacher - not a relief teacher nor an assistant teacher). Teach at Kids International School, work with young children (aged 2-6), develop curricula and educational materials, attend meetings, and make class-reports. "We have a ‘morning care’ and an ‘extension program’. We have four classes on age: 1) 5 years old class, 2) 4 years old class, 3) 3 years old class, and 4) 2 years old class." Native English speaker; BA (Early Childhood Education, ECE, from U.S, Canadian or Australian college/university); Education certification; experience teaching young children (preschoolers/kindergarteners) in the U.S., Canada or Australia; class-organizing skill; and "good singing voice" required. Experience with toddlers, and some Japanese ability preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "provided (for a single male person only). Sharing the company apartment with another teacher. The monthly rent is 43,000 yen excluding the utilities." Paid holidays, transportation allowance, paid vacation, 30,000yen one-year contract completion bonus, 100,000yen two-year contract completion bonus, and up to 60,000yen for airfare to Japan ("paid by company in cash on employee's arrival in Japan"). One- or two-year renewable contract ("prefer someone who can stay more than one year"). Application deadline until filled. Position begins March 26, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, teaching certification(s), video/audio tape recording of your self introduction, two letters of recommendation, and a letter of criminal background. "Make an appointment for a Skype interview." Contact Ms. Junko Matoba, Director/Personnel Manager. Education Network Co., Ltd. (Kids International School). 15-2 Nagaosa, Yazako, Nagakute-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi Japan 480-1103.
mailto:jmatoba@ednet.co.jp
http:/www.ednet.co.jp

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 hours/week (teaching and office hours, excluding commute hours), 5 days/week, Tue-Sat. 240,000-260,000yen/month. Teach English at kindergarten, area classes, and Saturday immersion class; develop curricula and educational materials; attend meetings; and make class-reports. Participate in events including camps for children, and ceremonies at kindergartens. Teach at seminar for teachers. Participate in meetings, plan and prepare for lessons. "KEC foreign teachers travel to class everyday and Japanese teachers will assist them. The students are aged 2-12 preschool/elementary children, junior high school students, high school students, and some adults. There are 4-6 lessons per day." Native English speaker, BA (Education), and experience teaching children (kinder, elementary school children, aged 2-15) required. Teaching certification, TESL/ESL certification, some Japanese ability, and "good singing voice" preferred. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "is supported (for a single person only). Sharing the company apartment with another teacher. The monthly rent is 43,000 yen excluding the utilities." Paid holidays, transportation allowance, paid vacation, "airfare for employee not-residing in Japan - up to 60,000 yen from the residential place will be paid by company in cash on employee’s arrival in Japan," to 30,000yen one-year contract completion bonus, and to 70,000-100,000yen two-year contract completion bonus. One-year renewable contract. Application deadline until filled. Position begins March 26, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, teaching certification(s), two letters of recommendation, and a letter of criminal background. "Please make an appointment for an interview through Skype." Contact Ms. Junko Matoba, Director/Personnel Manager. Education Network Co., Ltd (KEC English School). 15-2 Nagaosa, Yazako, Nagakute-cho, Aichi-gun, Aichi, Japan 480-1103.
mailto:jmatoba@ednet.co.jp
http://www.ednet.co.jp

NATIVE JAPANESE CERTIFIED PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN TEACHER.
Full-time, M-F, 9am-5:30pm. 220,000-250,000yen/month Teach preschool and kindergarten. Teaching location Tokyo, Akabanebashi station. BA (Early Childhood Education), teaching license, native Japanese speaker, and fluency in English required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Six weeks paid vacation, 15,000yen for health insurance, and 15,000yen for transportation. 1-3 year renewable contact. Position begins December, 2014 or January, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, certifications, photo, and cover letter. Contact Dr. Allen A. Dubolino, School Director. Tokyo International Kindercare. Seraph 10 Azabu 3F Higashi Azabu 1-26-2 Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
mailto:director@tokyokinder.com
http://www.tokyokinder.com

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 18 teaching/class hours/week, 8:40am-5:40pm, M-F or Tue-Sat. 400,000yen/month. Team-teaching and solo teaching English public speaking, composition, grammar, reading comprehension, presentations, and conversation. Teaching location Hachioji, Tokyo, JR Hachioji. Native English speaker, MA in TESOL, N3 Japanese ability, and computer skills required. Proper visa, and N1 Japanese ability preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Paid holidays, transportation allowance, 3 weeks paid vacation, health insurance, and training. One-year renewable contract. Application deadline December 6, 2014. Position begins April, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, teaching certification(s), letters of recommendation, and Skype address. Contact Sachiko Douke. Kogakuin University Junior/Senior High School. 2647-2 Tokyo-to, Hachioji-shi, Nakano-machi, Japan 192-8622.
mailto:doukesachiko@gmail.com
http://www.js.kogakuin.ac.jp

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full- (5 days/week, 180,000yen/month) and part-time (2500yen/hour). Teach children and adults, from 3 to 60 years old. Teaching location near Yokota Airbase, Ozaku station, Tokyo. Native English speaker required. Japanese language ability preferred. Sponsorship available. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and recent photo. "Interviews will only be held in person (no Skype/telephone)." Olive English School. Japan.
mailto:olive.lala@olive.plala.or.jp
mailto:sakulprajapati@hotmail.com

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 5 days/week. 250,000yen/month. Teach a mix of primarily outside company lessons. Daily driving required. Teaching location Niihama city, Shikoku. Native English speaker, four year university degree, and International/Japanese driver's license required. Computer skills, and Japan experience preferred. Sponsorship available. Accommodation: "furnished apartment close to school is provided: approx. 55,000 yen per month." Health insurance subsidy. One year contract. Position begins December, 2014. One month training and evaluation period. Apply by mail or e-mail with CV/resume, cover letter, and recent photo. Excel English School. Kitauchi-cho 4-10-27, Niihama, Ehime, Japan 792-0842.
mailto:chris@excelenglish.co.jp
http://www.excelenglish.co.jp

PRESCHOOL TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 8:30-17:30 or 9:30-18:30, M-F or Tue-Sat. 230,000yen/month. Plan and teach various subjects in English for the children of ages from 1-6 years old. Assist childcare duties in general. Teaching location Tachikawa city Tokyo, JR Tachikawa station. Native English speaker required. BA, TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, and Japanese speaking ability preferred. SCHOOL PREFERS THAT APPLICANT CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Sponsorship available. Paid holidays, transportation allowance, paid vacation, and training. Renewable contract. Application deadline December, 2014. Position begins January, 2015. Apply by e-mail CV/resume, and photo. Contact Machiko Ito. SukuSuku World. 2-34-6 Akebono-cho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo, Japan.
mailto:machiko@gakuin.co.jp
http://www.sukusukuw.com

PRESCHOOL AND ELEMENTARY TEACHER.
Full-time, 5 days/week, M-F, 8:30-17:30. 250,000-300,000yen/month. Teach children. Teaching location Sagamihara-city, Kanagawa. Proper visa, native English speaker, BA, and 1-2 years experience required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Sponsorship available. Paid holidays, transportation allowance, paid vacation, health insurance, training, and pension. One-year renewable contract. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, photo, and availability. Contact Adrian Martinez. LCA Ltd. 1-39-14 Yokoyamadai, Chuo-ku, Sagmihara-city, Kangawa, Japan.
mailto:recruit@lca-intl.com
http://www.lca-elmentary.com

KINDERGARTEN OR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER.
Full-time, M-F, 8am-5pm. 250,000yen/month. Teach young children. Attend events such as Sports Day, Christmas Concert, etc. Early childhood education qualification or education degree (such as PGCE) required. Accommodation: "furnished apartment in an ideal location has been secured and all initial monies (commission/key money/etc) have been paid, with the employee needing to pay the monthly rent fee." Position begins April, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume and cover letter. Aichi International School. Nagoya, Japan.
http://nipais.com/en/
For elementary school position:
contact Mark Reed
mailto:ais.aichi.international.school@gmail.com
For kindergarten position:
contact Joseph Coote
mailto:jcoote@aisnagoya.net

TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 teaching/class hours/week, M-F 9am-2:30pm, M/T/Th afternoons 4-7pm. Teaching location Yoshikawa, Saitama, Musashino line. Native English speaker, BA, creative skills, 1-2 years experience, and experience working with children required. Experience teaching adults, and TESL/TEFL/TESOL certification preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Sponsorship available. Paid holidays, transportation allowance (depending on location), and training. One-year renewable contract. Apply by telephone, e-mail, or online with CV/resume, and photo. Contact Joel Schmidt. ABC English School. Japan. 0804-434-4205.
mailto:saitama_english@yahoo.co.jp
http://www.abc-es.jp

ENGLISH CONVERSATION TEACHER.
Full-time, 24.5 working/teaching hours/week, 5 days/week. 235,000-255,000yen/month (part-time at 2350yen/hour). Teach a wide range of classes: at local colleges/universities, school branches, student's homes, company offices, and kindergartens. "We teach 'New Dance' and 'English Conversation.' At present we have 6 English conversation teachers on our staff and 2 dance teachers." Teaching location southwestern Yamaguchi-ken. BA/two-year college diploma, and International/Japanese driver's license required. MA (Education) preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "individual apartments at differing locations in Sanyoonoda-shi. Benda has covered key money expenses for its apartments, teachers being asked to pay rental costs, ranging from Yen40,000 to 45,000 per month." Paid holidays, completion bonus, transportation allowance, paid vacation, and work-related accident insurance provided. 12-, and 6-month renewable contracts. Application deadline January, 2015. Position begins January, 2015. Apply by fax, telephone, or e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), photo, teaching certification(s), letters of recommendation, availability and passport page. Contact Ted Nutton. The British English and New Dance Academy (BENDA/ANGLO). 9-28 Hinodemachi, 3-Chome. Sanyoonoda-shi, Yamaguchi, Japan 756-0091. 0836-84-6535. Fax 0836-84-2390.
mailto:englishbenda@yahoo.co.uk
http://bendaacademy.jimdo.com

CHILDREN’S ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 35 working hours/week, 9am-5pm or 12-7pm, M-F. 200,000yen/month. Teach children 2-12 years old at English immersion school. BA required. Accommodation: "school will pay apartment fee, but teacher has to pay their own utility." Completion bonus. One-year renewable contract. Position begins February, 2015. Apply by mail, telephone, or e-mail with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, and photo. Contact Maiko Noda. Phenix English School. 1-11-13 Motomachi Koriyama, Fukushima, Japan 9638871. 0249255844.
mailto:phenixenglish@hotmail.com
http://www.phenixenglishschool.com

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 22-28 teaching/class hours/week (no office hours), 5-6 days/week between Mon and Sat. 230,000-280,000yen/month. Teach small groups/private lessons for children and adults, company lessons, plan and report on lessons, and co-ordinate with other teachers. Teaching location Toyama prefecture, Takaoka city. Native English speaker, and 3/4 year university graduate required. Two years experience teaching in foreign country, experience teaching children, and basic Japanese ability preferred. "We are especially looking for anyone who can utilize a studio we have access to, to teach dance, martial arts, yoga, pilates, etc. in English." SCHOOL PREFERS THAT APPLICANT CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Sponsorship available. Accommodation: "we can be the guarantor on an apartment and possibly provide a start up loan." Paid holidays, completion bonus, and transportation allowance. One-year renewable contract. Position begins ASAP. Apply by mail, telephone, or e-mail CV/resume, photo, availability, and Skype address. Contact James Faucett. Odyssey English School. 933-0056, Japan, Nakagawa 1-2-15, Takaoka-shi, Toyama-ken. 0766-30-2273.
mailto:odyssey-eikaiwa@pos.to
http://www.odyssey-eikaiwa.org

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 35 teaching/class hours/week, Tue-Sat, 13:00-21:00. 250,000yen/month. Teach students from young children to adults, in groups or individual classes. Teach Eiken, FCE, IELTS and other courses. Teaching location Nagoya-shi, Kita-Naruko Station, Sakura dori line. Native English speaker or Japanese native with native-level English, BA, one year experience teaching children, Japanese speaking ability, and basic computer skills required. Proper visa preferred. SCHOOL PREFERS THAT APPLICANT CURRENTLY RESIDE IN NAGOYA. Sponsorship available. Paid holidays. One-year contract. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and photo. Contact Tam Young. Youngs English School. Japan.
mailto:info@youngsenglish.net
http://www.youngsenglish.net

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 hours/week, to 30 lessons/week. 230,000-280,000yen/month. (Part-time available Tue-Sat, 12:00-21:00, 2300-2800yen/hour). Teach English conversation and TOEIC lessons to students ranging from 3-year-olds to adults. Teaching location four 4 schools in Funabashi, Tsudanuma and Sakura in Chiba-ken. Proper visa, native English speaker, BA, and over one year experience required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification or teaching license, and computer skills preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will renew visa. Transportation allowance. Over one year renewable contract. Position begins negotiable. Apply with CV/resume, photo, and availability. Contact Hitomi Katsuyama. Azalea Language School.
mailto:sakura@azaleaenglish.com
http://azaleaenglish.com

TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 29 teaching/class hours/week, 9am-6pm, 5 days/week. 260,000yen/month. Teach English to children, generally 0-12 years old. Teach pre-school classes, cooking and craft classes, and classes with curriculum. Create lesson plans for some classes, evaluate students progress, write report cards, and attend several events during the year, such as Halloween and Christmas parties. Teaching location Yokkaichi, Mie (Kintetsu Yokkaichi station) or Tsu, Mie (Tsushinmachi station). BA required. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Sponsorship available. Accommodation: "we are willing to provide assistance finding accommodations." Completion bonus, transportation allowance, and paid vacation. Renewable contract, from start date through March, 2016. Application deadline December, 2014. Position begins January or February, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and photo. Contact Chikara Wakabayashi. Sunshine School. 1-2-44 Shibata, Yokkaichi, Mie, Japan.
mailto:mail@sunshineschool.jp
http://www.sunshineschool.jp

KINDERGARTEN AND CONVERSATION TEACHER.
Full-time, 40 working hours/week, 20.5 kindergarten teaching/class hours/week, about 6 conversation teaching/class hours/week, M-F, 8:30-5:30 or 9:00-6:00, some weekend events. 250,000yen/month. Work with young children ages 3-6, in a full-time bilingual English Immersion kindergarten, and elementary students in weekly English Conversation classes. Lesson planning to implement the English curricula, and active and energetic participation in all student interactions with enthusiastic attitude toward hands-on experiences with the children. Hands-on experiences include weekly cooking classes with kindergarten children, birthday skits, summer events such as body painting and mud play, soccer and other outdoor activities. "Teachers must display a genuine interest in playing and communicating with the children, overcoming language barriers through play." Teaching location Minami Alps City, Yamanashi, closest to Ryuo Station. Native English speaker, BA (Early Childhood Education preferred), and International/Japanese driver's license required. Experience caring for and teaching young children, and musical ability (singing, and instruments such as guitar) preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "secured by school, rent responsibility of employee. Rent approximately \60,000 per month, partially furnished (major appliances, bedding)." Paid national holidays, approx 3 weeks paid vacation (fixed), health insurance (subsidized 50% by the school), paid training for certain positions, and personal use of the school car is available for properly licensed drivers for a fee. Two-year renewable contract. Application deadline November 30, 2014. Position begins March, 2015. Apply by fax, e-mail, or online with CV/resume, diploma(s), letter of introduction, photo, letters of recommendation, availability, passport page, and Skype address. Contact Melony Ward. Bambi Bilingual Kindergarten. 1605 Tokunaga, Minami Alps City Yamanashi, Japan 400-0203. Fax 055-267-8850.
mailto:info@bambi-bilingual.jp
http://www.bambi-bilingual.jp
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bambi-Bilingual-Kindergarten/353119570251

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, generally 35 working hours/week, 20-25 teaching/class hours/week, M-F, 10am-7pm. 260,000-270,000yen/month. Primarily teach at high school, but may also teach elementary school students and adults. Teaching location Chiba. Native English speaker, BA/BS, and one year teaching experience required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, and experience working abroad preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Sponsorship available. Accommodation: "included if necessary. Rent is about 60,000 yen per month." Several periods of reduced hours, vacation, holidays, transportation allowance, and health insurance. One-year renewable contract. Application deadline November 25, 2014. Position begins March, 2015. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, letter of introduction, and photo. Contact Dustin Jordan. Nichibei Bunka Gakuin. Katsutadai 2-6-6, Yachiyo, Chiba, Japan 276-0023.
mailto:djordan.nichibei@gmail.com

TEACHER.
Full-time, 24 hours/week, Tue-Sat. 252,000yen/month. Teach children, business English, conversation classes, beginner-advanced levels, company classes, TOEIC, and university. Teaching location Hiroshima. BA/BS/MA required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, experience teaching English in Japan, experience teaching a variety of levels, and experience teaching children preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "we will find the teacher an apartment and arrange the deposit." Completion bonus, transportation allowance, short summer and winter vacation, public holidays, and health insurance. One-year renewable contract. Application deadline November 10, 2014. Position begins January 6, 2015. Apply by mail, fax, e-mail, or in-person with CV/resume, letter of introduction, photo, letters of recommendation, and availability. Lang Education Center. 2-3-4 Kamiyacho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Japan 730-0031. Fax 082-544-1381.
mailto:info@langedc.co.jp
http://www.langeducationcenter.com

NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER (NET).
Full-time, 35 working hours/week, 20 teaching/class hours/week, M-F, 8:15-30 to 16:15-30. 350,000yen/month. Team-teaching in public elementary, junior, and senior high schools. Duties include planning and teaching lessons with Japanese teachers, producing materials and activities to be used in classes, attending workshops and monthly meetings at the Board of Education, and assisting with a 2-day English Camp in summer. Teaching location Kurashiki-shi. BA/BS, and one year residence in Japan required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL certification, experience in the Japanese public education system, and conversational Japanese ability preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Sponsorship available. Fifteen days paid holidays, completion bonus, one-half health insurance, enrollment in national pension plan and unemployment insurance (employer pays half), five days sick leave, accommodation subsidy and transportation allowance. One-year contract. Application deadline November 14, 2014. Position begins April 1, 2015. Apply by mail using form at (http://www.city.kurashiki.okayama.jp/secure/28350/2013-14%20application%20instruction%20and%20form.pdf). "Selected applicants must be able to interview in person." Kurashiki Municipal Board of Education. 710-8565 Okayama-ken Kurashiki-shi, Nishinakashinden 640, Japan.
http://www.city.kurashiki.okayama.jp/net/

LANGUAGE TEACHING 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.
mailto:employment@nucba.ac.jp
http://www.nucba.ac.jp/en/

TEACHER.
Full-time, 29.5 working hours/week, to 5.9 teaching/class hours/day. 230,000-250,000yen/month. As an ALT, teach classes on your own, with a Japanese teacher present to help manage the classroom. Teaching location throughout Japan. Native-level English speaker, BA/BS, and "have acquired an education delivered in English for at least 12 years" required. Teaching experience, teaching qualification (CELTA, DELTA, and TEFL), experience studying a second language at school or university, basic Japanese speaking ability, and International/Japanese driver's license preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN UNITED STATES, CANADA, THE UNITED KINGDOM, AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "prior to arriving in Japan, an apartment is arranged on your behalf as close as possible to where you will be working. The apartments are intended to accommodate one person." Paid holidays, transportation allowance, health insurance (employee pays on their own), and training. To one-year contract (generally expires at the end of the Japanese school year each March). Application deadline November 14, 2014. Position begins after mid-March. 2015. Apply online. Interac. Iidabashi Grand Bloom 5F, Fujimi 2-10-2, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 102-0071.
http://www.interacnetwork.com

ENGLISH TEACHERS.
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 with CV/resume. Contact Fujita. Berlitz. Japan.
mailto:kaisei_fukuyama@yahoo.co.jp

ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, 25 working hours/week, 20 teaching/class hours/week, M-F. 330,000yen/month. Teaching location Tokyo. One year experience teaching English in Japan required. BA/BS, and two years experience teaching English in Japan preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will renew visa. Accommodation: included. "Location chosen by the applicant, but cannot exceed Y140000/month." Paid holidays, transportation allowance, and health insurance. One-year contract. Application deadline October 31, 2014. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, and availability. Contact Jim Sturgess. AE English School. Nakashima-nishi 3-6-26 Surpass Nakashima 504, Oita-shi, Oita-ken, Japan 870-0047.
mailto:engteacherjobs@gmail.com

TEACHER.
Full-time, 24 hours/week, Tue-Sat. From 252,000yen/month. Teach children, business English, conversation classes, beginner-advanced levels, company classes, TOEIC, and university. Teaching location Hiroshima. BA/BS/MA required. TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, experience teaching English in Japan, experience teaching a variety of levels, and experience teaching children preferred. Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: "we will find the teacher an apartment and arrange the deposit." Completion bonus, transportation allowance, short summer and winter vacation, public holidays, and health insurance. One-year renewable contract. Application deadline December 31, 2014. Position begins April 1, 2015. Apply by mail, fax, e-mail, or in-person with CV/resume, letter of introduction, photo, letters of recommendation, and availability. Lang Education Center. 2-3-4 Kamiyacho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Japan 730-0031. Fax 082-544-1381.
mailto:info@langedc.co.jp
http://www.langeducationcenter.com


NON-TEACHING POSITIONS


SEARCH ENGINE EVALUATOR.
Search Engine Evaluators provide feedback on search engine results by measuring the relevance and usefulness of web pages in correlation to predefined queries, by providing comparative analysis of sets of search engine results and various other techniques. "Search Engine Evaluators will need to combine a passion for analysis with an understanding of various online research tools. Applicants must be detail oriented and have a broad range of interests." In-depth, up-to-date familiarity with Japanese social culture, media, and web culture; excellent comprehension and written communication skills in Japanese and intermediate English; broad range of interests, with specific areas of expertise, university degree or equivalent experience (degrees in-progress are acceptable); excellent web research skills and analytical abilities.; ability to work independently with minimal supervision; high speed internet connection (DSL, Cable Modem, etc.); have lived in Japan for a minimum of 5 consecutive years; and use an Android phone version 4.1 or higher, Windows phone version 8.1 or higher, or an iPhone version 4s or higher required. Advanced degree preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. "All candidates are required to take and pass a qualification exam before becoming a Search Engine Evaluator. There are three parts to the exam: a theoretical component and two practical components. Supplied study materials can be used during the exam. Please Note: We are unable to offer more than one Search Engine Evaluator position per IP address." Apply online. Leapforce.
https://www.leapforceathome.com/qrp/public/job/33?sref=edb4f6c3f71eb095c9c2241e049eb87a

CURRICULUM WRITER AND CHILDREN'S ENGLISH TEACHER.
Full-time, negotiable days/hours ("we are urgently seeking a Saturday teacher"). 1400-2500yen/hour. Curriculum Writer (English education materials for children). "This is a curriculum writer position. If you are looking for a teaching only position, please specify." Teaching location Ones Mall, Inage Station, JR Sobu Line, Inage, Chiba. Proper visa, native English speaker ("native of U.K., U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand or other country where English is the official language and speak English as first language"), BA/BS, two years experience in children's education, experience making curriculum materials, editing/proofreading skills, intermediate computer skills, and basic Japanese ability required. MA, technical writing skills, managerial skills, TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, and basic to advanced Japanese ability preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN, preferably in Chiba/Tokyo. Will renew visa. Accommodation: "assistance in finding accommodation." Transportation allowance, and orientation provided. Position begins ASAP. One-year renewable contract. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume, photo, and availability. "Please note: You must be willing/able to take an interview at the school in Chiba, Japan to qualify." Contact Human Resources Dept. Magical Pop Kids School. Ones Mall 3F, Naganuma-cho 330-50, Inage-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba-ken, Japan.
mailto:hr@magicalpop.co.jp
http://www.magicalpop.co.jp

FLYER DISTRIBUTER.
Part-time, 6-8pm Wed/F, 10-15 hours/month. 1200yen/hour. Hand out flyers. Working location Mino Train Station, Mino. Native English speaker, and Japanese speaking ability required. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. 400yen transportation allowance, and training. Position ASAP. Apply by e-mail with CV/resume. Contact Willie San. Modern English. 1-10-10-803 Takekoshi, Nagoya, Japan 4640007.
mailto:williesan198@msn.com
http://wwwmodernenglish.net


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POSITION LISTING CONVENTIONS (WHY DOES IT SAY "MAILTO:")

All Japanese telephone and fax numbers are given as if being dialed in Japan. See the "Contacting An English School By Phone" section below for more details.

E-mail addresses are written in HTML code, which many e-mail programs can use to send messages automatically (generally, if the text appears blue, or is underlined on your screen, then your program supports this feature). If your e-mail program does not support this feature, the actual e-mail address will be the text immediately after the HTML "mailto:" prefix. In other words, if you see an address like <mailto:editor@ohayosensei.com>, it means that the actual e-mail address is <editor@ohayosensei.com>.

If you choose to reply by e-mail, don't send your CV/resume as an attachment (unless the employer specifically requests that, of course) -- copy the text directly into the body of your e-mail message. Yes, all that fancy formatting will be lost, but attachments often get badly garbled -- or deleted, or filtered out as spam. You're trying to get hired, not win a design contest.

E-mailing your application to a bunch of schools using the "cc" function looks really tacky. Even if your ARE sending out lots of resumes, take the extra time to address each institution individually. Of course, make sure your computer's antivirus software is up-to-date. And give all your correspondence clear, simple and professional subject headings.

Pay attention to geographic requirements like "APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN" or "Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan." Save yourself time and money (postage and faxes add up fast) -- and save the hiring institutions from unnecessary work.

Reply promptly when an institution contacts you.

When available, salaries are reported in Japanese Yen (so you can figure out what your salary is worth today, not six months ago). Use the "Exchange Rates" table at the top of this issue to convert the salary into your currency.

Many schools have a salary scale, rather than a "set salary," based on factors like experience and qualifications (degrees, certifications, etc.). Try to find out where you fall on that scale early in the hiring process (while there's still time for a little negotiation).

"Proper visa" means that the applicant must currently possess a valid working visa (which usually includes spousal visas and working holiday visas). That doesn't necessarily mean an institution isn't willing to provide sponsorship -- but it does mean they want you to start working (legally) right away.

"University degree" means graduation from a four-year institution or an internationally-recognized equivalent -- a baccalaureate diploma.

When schools ask for a photo, they want a clear, recent one (jpg is a good choice for e-mailing). CVs, resumes, cover letters, letters of recommendation, references, etc. should always include current contact information: addresses, telephone and fax numbers (a current e-mail address and a link to an on-line resume/home page couldn't hurt, either). Don't e-mail huge files of any type.

If you want your snail mail application materials returned, it's always best to include a SASE (a Stamped, Self-Addressed Envelope -- and remember that only Japanese stamps work in Japan).

Many institutions (like, universities) prefer to receive application materials by registered mail -- if they ask for registered mail, send it by registered mail. Universities often track positions by reference numbers -- if one is mentioned, include it when you apply. And CV, of course, stands for "curriculum vitae."

Keep in mind that most institutions have limited resources (i.e. clerical help) and can only respond to applicants they are interested in -- if you don't hear back within a couple of weeks, it's probably time to move on ...

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O-Hayo Sensei is the world's largest jobs-in-Japan publication. It reaches thousands of qualified teachers around the world (and everywhere in Japan) every two weeks. OH is a unique resource for Japanese employers who wish to hire the best. All employment listings are free -- just request our listing form by mail, e-mail or fax. You don't need to fill in all the blanks (or even use the form at all) but over the years we have found that more information is better: better qualified employees, better communication, etc. Please feel free to submit listings in English or Japanese. To get the form by e-mail, send an e-mail message with the text "get position form" to mailto:position@ohayosensei.com and we'll send the form back by e-mail. You can also visit the O-Hayo Sensei web site http://www.ohayosensei.com and request a form there.

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Articles For Sale
Books/Publications
Employment Services
Employment Wanted -- Teaching, Language, English
Traditional Japanese Crafts

ARTICLES FOR SALE

Fresh sushi clocks now available! Need a present for someone with too much time on his/her hands? Consider an original, handmade SUSHI CLOCK, DIM-SUM CLOCK, or MANJU CLOCK. Is it sushi time yet? For more information please visit http://www.sushiclock.com

BOOKS/PUBLICATIONS

Butterfly -- five contemporary short stories about unwelcome
discoveries, oddly-fulfilled dreams, the courage and cowardice of loss,
and unlooked for grace. Now available as an iBook
https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/butterfly/id590375086?mt=11&uo=4
and for the Kindle
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Nook
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and Kobo
http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Butterfly/book-uRRXGjwWpU-uAHuvMcRrTQ/page1.html?s=lY0GCva4qEmmAhWFpn7P1A&amp;r=1

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Looking For Part-Time Private Students In Japan? Do you want to spend your free time meaningfully while you are in Japan? So have you already registered on hello-sensei? Pick your own lesson fee, schedule and location and then students will directly contact you! Lessons will be held at cafe, student's place, teacher's place, etc. It takes approximately 10-15 minutes to create your new teaching profile. <Available languages> English, Chinese, Korean, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Burmese and Arabic. <Available areas> Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Kobe, Kyoto, Nagoya, Hiroshima, Sendai, Fukuoka, Sapporo, Okinawa and all over Japan. Register now! http://hello-sensei.com/en/sensei

EMPLOYMENT WANTED -- TEACHING, LANGUAGE, ENGLISH

I am an American male with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and a Juris Doctor degree. I have more than 10 years of team-teaching experience as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) in Japan. I am seeking a full-time ALT employment contract with a Board of Education (BOE) in Japan starting in 2015. Sponsorship is required because I am applying from outside of Japan. For more information, I can be reached via my email address mailto:RichardDaly2@gmail.com

American male teacher, M.A. Linguistics, textbook writer with over 12 years experience teaching English in Japan, seeks a new English teaching or writing position in/near Yokohama. Contact Dave: mailto:dxosen@yahoo.com

TRADITIONAL JAPANESE CRAFTS

Need a cow's tongue? Essential Japanese pottery and ceramic tools are now available at JAPAN POTTERY TOOLS. Good tools can save time and frustration, and the right tools can help you improve your technique - and produce better pieces. Stop by http://www.japanpotterytools.com today.


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CONTACTING AN ENGLISH SCHOOL BY PHONE
Check your time zone, then check Japan's -- don't try calling (or sending a fax) in the middle of the night! To call Japan from the US, dial 011 (the international code), 81 (the country code for Japan), the city code without the first "0" (Tokyo's code is "03", so you'd just dial "3"), and then the local phone number. For example, a number listed as "03-3713-7046" in O-Hayo Sensei would be dialed (from the US) as "011-81-3-3713-7046." Make sure the same series of numbers applies from your country. Unless you're comfortable speaking Japanese on the phone, don't try it (a simple "moshi moshi" can get you in trouble fast). But don't worry -- you're calling an English school, someone there must speak it! Just be patient, and apologize frequently.

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CONTACTING AN ENGLISH SCHOOL BY MAIL
Including a Japanese language version of your letter (or at least a few sentences of greeting) will make a good impression. In any case, write simply and plainly. Avoid slang and jargon. Be honest and sincere about yourself and your qualifications, but don't sell yourself short. Mention any teaching experience. If you know Japanese, say so. Enthusiasm counts. Indicate that you plan to stay in Japan for a long while (if true, of course). If you already reside in Japan, say so -- and indicate where. If you include a photo, make it a good, recent one (this is not the time to use up old high school graduation photos). Above all, be clean and neat.

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