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Part-time Lecturer at Utsunomiya University in Tochigi (8/25)

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Utsunomiya University is seeking applications for a part-time English teaching position beginning on October 1, 2017.

Institution: Utsunomiya University, Liberal and General Education
Location: 350 Mine-machi, Utsunomiya, Tochigi 321-8505 JAPAN
Position:  Part-time Lecturer (Hijokin-Koshi)
Appointment Date:      October 1, 2017
Contract Specifications: Six-month contract, renewable upon mutual agreement
Duties and Responsibilities: 1)Teaching Tuesdays, 14:30-17:40, 2 classes
2)Attending other activities held by the Liberal
and General Education Center 
Salary: Based on the regulations of Utsunomiya University
Qualifications:   1)Native English-level proficiency is preferred 
2)MA in TESOL, SLA, Applied Linguistics, or related
field is preferred
3)Experience in teaching English as a
Second/Foreign Language is preferred

Application Materials:     1) Resume with a photo 
2) List of publications
3) Copy of diploma for highest degree attained * Application materials should be sent by registered mail.
* Application materials sent by e-mail will not be accepted.
*Application materials received will not be returned even if the applicant is not selected.
*Application materials will not be used for purposes other than search and selection. 

Selection Process: Stage 1: Selection based on review of application
Stage 2: Interview and evaluation of model
  (Travel expenses for interview will not be reimbursed.)
Notification of Decision:    Applicants will be informed of the results by mail immediately after the selection process has been completed.
For Further Information: Please contact Mr. Byron Benner by e-mail.
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Fri, 2017-08-25
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Dr. Michiko Egawa Co-Director, Liberal and General Education Center Utsunomiya University 350 Mine-machi, Utsunomiya, Tochigi 321-8505 JAPAN

Instructor, IELTS Preparation Course (8/31)

Temple University Japan Campus seeks an instructor to teach an IELTS Preparation Course in our Continuing Education Program for the fall semester 2017

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Position: Instructor for IELTS Preparation Course

Department: Continuing Education Program

Position Type: Part time (one semester-based contract)

Period & Hours: Once a week / 2 hours per session / 10 weeks
Saturdays, 9:00-10:50 (Fall semester: September 19 – December 4, 2017)

Visa Requirement:
Valid working visa or working permit.
Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) is unable to sponsor a visa for this position.

Salary & Benefits:
In accordance with the pay scale determined and used in the program.

Overview of Position:
The adjunct faculty IELTS Preparation Course instructor position involves teaching adults in the Continuing Education Program at Temple University, Japan Campus (Tokyo).

Teaching Fields:
ESL or related field

Qualifications & Experiences:
- Masters degree in ESL or related field;
- Teaching/training experience in IELTS preparation courses

Application Process:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Please send applications to with:

(a) a cover letter highlighting relevant experience and what appeals to you about the position;
(b) full academic/professional c.v.;
(c) two references and their contact information.

Indicate the title of the position you are applying for in the email subject box. Also, we would appreciate it very much if you could let us know from which website/resource you found out about this position.

Only those applicants who make it past the initial review will be contacted.

Thu, 2017-08-31
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Full-time Instructor (For University English Courses) at the Seikei Institute for International Studies, Kichijoji, Tokyo (9/1)

Successful candidates will be required to engage in English teaching and related research with a focus on developing communication skills at Seikei Gakuen, and in assisting wi

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Job Announcement
Full-Time Instructor
Seikei Institute for International Studies
(For University English Courses)

Job title:
Full-time Instructor at the Seikei Institute for International Studies (also employed as University faculty); several openings (open to all nationalities)

Recruiting period:
Application materials must arrive by Wednesday, July 19, 2017 to Friday, September 1, 2017

Hiring date:
April 1, 2018

Job description:
Successful candidates will be required to engage in English teaching and related research with a focus on developing communication skills at Seikei Gakuen, and in assisting with the administrative duties at the Institute.

Work position:
Successful candidates will be required to teach a standard number of classes (8 University classes per week) and perform other duties as assigned by the Institute Director, for up to 40 hours a week. The candidate will be expected to be on campus 4 full days per week.

Research field:
English education (TESOL) or related fields

Salary and benefits:
¥300,000 or ¥350,000/month (tax included) based on experience, with a summer bonus (equal to one month’s salary) and a winter bonus (equal to one and a half months of salary) (not negotiable). A research fund, transportation expenses, and shared office space will also be provided. There is also a joint research project budget.

Term of office:
Full-time (fixed-term employment)

Degree holders of Master’s level or higher preferred. Applicants should be native English speakers or have equivalent English abilities. Preference will be given to candidates who have teaching experience at university level or equivalent.

*Please see the following link for more details.

Fri, 2017-09-01
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Contact details: Seikei Institute for International Studies, Seikei University 3-3-1 Kichijoji-kitamachi Musashino-shi, Tokyo, 180-8633

常勤講師(大学英語担当)、成蹊学園国際教育センター、東京都武蔵野市吉祥寺 (9/1)


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Fri, 2017-09-01
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Cambridge English Speaking Examiner Training, Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026), Kanto (9/8)

Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026) seeks experienced professionals for a free Speaking Examiners training for PET/KET to work with us as a Speaking Examiner 

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A one-day Training, followed by a half-day Certification session to enable experienced and qualified teachers to become Speaking Examiners (SEs). This workshop will cover the speaking tests for two levels of Cambridge English; KET (A2), PET (B1). The training and certification are free but the travel and accommodation cost should be covered by applicants. (Please consult with us if you live within 1 hour travel time from Sendai though travelling by Shinkansen does not apply.)
[Training] Saturday, 23rd September, (one day)
[Certification] Sunday morning, 24th September, (a half day)
Location Ikebukuro, Tokyo
NB. This is a part time position and you will be paid by work basis and a valid visa is required

Minimum Professional Requirements
All SEs must meet the minimum professional requirements (MPRs) of the role.
- Professional background
• Education to first degree level or equivalent
• A recognised language teaching qualification
• Proof of substantial, relevant, recent teaching experience, equivalent to at least 1800 hours
NB. An applicant can be exempt either from the formal teaching qualification or from the first degree/equivalent requirement (but not both) if they have considerable relevant teaching experience. References to support this experience may be requested.
- English language competency
In order to examine effectively, SEs must be able to demonstrate:
• Overall language proficiency, including linguistic accuracy, relevant to the examination level (for PET/KET the prospective SE must have C1 level)

Overview of the recruitment process for new Speaking Examiners
In order to become a Cambridge English SE, an applicant must successfully complete the following stages of recruitment process:
1. Application form approval
Application forms are assessed against the Minimum Professional Requirements. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements cannot be accepted.
2. Interview by telephone
The Centre Exam Manager and the Team Leader (TL) interview the applicants and, where needed, the TL conducts a language proficiency check.
3. Induction
The applicants work through the self-access online induction materials, which cover the responsibilities of being a Speaking Examiner and the format and levels of the tests.
4. Training
Training is conducted by the TL and covers how to rate and deliver the Speaking test. The TL assesses the applicants during session to ensure they meet the requirements for an SE.
5. Certification
The applicants must complete certification for each exam level they will examine and their performance must be certified by the TL to become an SE.
6. Approval by Cambridge English
Cambridge English may reject any nomination which does not clearly meet the requirements, and their decision is final.

Fri, 2017-09-08
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For more information and application forms please contact on: Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English 608, 6F Ikebukuro Park Building, 2-49-7 Minami-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, 171-0022

Teacher of English (Schools) (7/23)

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British Council Tokyo Teaching Centre is seeking to employ a teacher with experience in, and/or enthusiasm for, teaching in Japanese junior high schools to join our team, starting on August 21st (negotiable).The main focus of the teaching work will be on our flagship team teaching project, though at times the successful candidate can expect to teach other classes and courses from among the range offered by British Council Tokyo. The contract is for 30 hours a week, with 18 hours per week of classroom contact time, and attracts full benefits.

Applicants must be expert speakers of English with a bachelor’s degree, a working visa or the right to work In Japan, hold the Cambridge CELTA or Trinity Cert. (TESOL) and have two years or more full-time post-qualification teaching experience. Qualified candidates who have experience of teaching in the Japanese schools system are particularly encouraged to apply.

Sun, 2017-07-23
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Please visit the British Council global vacancies website for further details and to make an application.

嘱託助教Ⅰ(英語)、愛知大学、名古屋市 (9/30)


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担当予定科目   :英語(共通教育科目)〔Practical English、TOEIC Ⅰ および、その他の関連科目〕
研 究 分 野   :英語関連分野
所      属   :名古屋語学教育研究室(名古屋校舎)

2.職名および募集人員 : 嘱託助教Ⅰ 1名

3.採用予定日     : 2018年4月1日

4.応募資格および条件 (以下のすべてを満たすこと)
① 2018年3月末日において大学院修士課程修了(見込みを含む)以上の者、またはこれに準ずる研究歴・教育歴を有する者
② 日本語を母語とする者
③ 週5日出勤し、10コマの担当が可能であること
④ 採用後は、愛知大学名古屋校舎(愛知県名古屋市中村区平池町四丁目60番6)に通勤可能な範囲(80km以内)に居住すること
⑤ TOEICの教授経験があることが望ましい。

基 本 給 :月額35万円(年額420万円、賞与なし)
付 加 給 :通勤手当
採用期間 :1年契約(2018年4月1日~2019年3月31日)
社会保険 :日本私立学校振興・共済事業団(健康保険、その他)に加入するものとし、掛金は加入者と本学が折半で負担する。
学内業務 :授業運営に関わるミーティングには参加が義務付けられるが、その他の業務は課されない。
※ 詳細は本学HPの教員・職員公募サイト(をご参照ください。

① 履歴書(写真貼付)    原本1部と複写3部
② 教育研究業績書(学会発表含む) 原本1部と抜刷/複写3部
③ 研究業績のうち主要なもの(3点以内) 原本1部と抜刷/複写3部
④ 最終出身学校の卒業又は卒業見込証明書 1通
⑤ 推薦状(厳封されたもの)          1通
⑥ 着任後の英語教育に対する抱負(1,200字程度)   原本1部と複写3部
⑦ 担当科目「TOEIC Ⅰ」に関する90分×15回分のシラバス 原本1部と複写3部

※ ①②については上記教員・職員公募サイト上の様式をご利用ください。
※ 提出書類は原則として返却いたしません。返却をご希望の方は、宅配便着払い伝票に必要事項を記入したものを同封してください。
※ 後日面接に関連して、関連書類の提出、担当科目についての模擬授業等を求めることがあります。
※ TOEIC、TOEFL等のスコアーを提出することもできます。

7.提出期限      : 2017年 9月 30日(土)(必着)

8.提出先       : 〒461-8641 愛知県名古屋市東区筒井二丁目10-31
愛知大学車道校舎 人事課長気付  名古屋教学部長 中尾 浩 宛

封筒の表に「嘱託助教Ⅰ(英語) 応募書類在中」と朱書の上、書留又は宅配便等配達の記録の残る方法で送付してください。

  ※ Eメールでの申請は受け付けておりませんのでご注意ください。

9.問い合わせ先    : 愛知大学 人事課(担当:伊藤)



Sat, 2017-09-30
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〒461-8641 愛知県名古屋市東区筒井二丁目10-31 愛知大学車道校舎 人事課長気付  名古屋教学部長 中尾 浩 宛 封筒の表に「嘱託助教Ⅰ(英語) 応募書類在中」と朱書の上、書留又は宅配便等配達の記録の残る方法で送付してください。 ※ Eメールでの申請は受け付けておりませんのでご注意ください。

Full-time Position: Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo (8/31)

Full-time English Instructor position available in Faculty of International Liberal Arts, Soka University 

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Soka University, Faculty of International Liberal Arts (Hachioji, Tokyo)
Full-time Position
Begin date: April, 2018



Announcement of the availability of full-time position within the Faculty of International Liberal Arts (FILA) at Soka University (Hachioji, Tokyo) next academic year (beginning April 2018).


The Faculty of International Liberal Arts is an English-Taught Program (ETP) with an interdisciplinary approach to the study of global issues. English instructors are responsible for teaching English for Academic Purposes, Academic Foundations (TOEFL-iBT Preparation) and Academic Writing, as well as a content course in cross-cultural understanding.


All applicants should have a minimum of a Master's degree (PhD in language related education field preferred), minimum three years of university teaching experience, and three publications (preferred). Interested applicants need to provide:
• Updated resume and a cover letter
• Two letters of recommendation
• Samples of publications (preferred)

Applicants will be judged on teaching experience, professional activities, and administrative accomplishments.

Candidates with experience teaching English for Academic Purposes, Academic Writing, TOEFL-iBT test preparation courses, and / or ESP courses in cultural studies are encouraged to apply. In addition, applicants with demonstrated administrative skills are encouraged to apply.

Contract Stipulations:

Tenure-track: Initial three-year contracted position, possibly to renew for two additional one-year extensions, for a total of five years. Tenure will not be offered immediately, and will not be guaranteed. Further employment beyond the initial three years, including contract extensions or tenure, will be determined at the end of each contract period. All contract extensions and considerations will be dependent on recommendations by relevant committees and the needs of the university at the time of any contract renewal.

Submission Process

Please submit materials by email attachment to by August 31, 2017. Please indicate in the subject line the position for which you are applying (English Teaching Position).

Scheduled Dates

• Application materials to be received by August 31, 2017.
• Short-listed candidates will be informed between September 11-15, 2017.
• Interviews will be held on September 23 on the campus of Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo.
• Interviews will be scheduled between 9:00-12:00 in the morning. Interviews will be approximately 30-40 minutes. Candidates are responsible for transportation costs to and from the interview site.
• Short-listed candidates will be informed of their specific interview time and location on or before September 16, 2017.
• Successful candidates will be informed in December, 2017.

If you have any questions about the position or the selection / interviewing process, please send inquiries to the e-mail address listed above.

Thu, 2017-08-31
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Lecturer positions in the English Language Institute, Kanda University of International Studies, Chiba City, Japan (7/31)

The English Language Institute (ELI) of Kanda University of International Studies (KUIS) has openings for suitably qualified lecturers of English as a foreign language. 

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The English Language Institute (ELI) of Kanda University of International Studies (KUIS) has openings for suitably qualified lecturers of English as a foreign language. These lecturer positions are for a two-year period commencing April 2018. There is an option to renew the contract twice, by mutual agreement, making a maximum of six years.


Kanda University of International Studies ( is a private university dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the areas of foreign language education, intercultural communication, linguistics, and culture studies. The University’s four undergraduate departments include: English, International Communication, Asian Languages, and Ibero-American Languages. The university also grants MA and PhD degrees in linguistics and applied language studies.

KUIS is fully accredited by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology. Approximately 4000 students are presently enrolled. The KUIS campus is situated in Makuhari, Chiba Prefecture, which is approximately 40 minutes by train from central Tokyo. The university is set in an educational zone with other universities and educational institutions. Makuhari Messe Convention and Exhibition Centre, the World Business Garden, international hotels, Chiba Marine Baseball Stadium, shopping malls, sports clubs and several parks are all also nearby.


The ELI ( was founded in 1989 with four full-time members. It now employs 60 lecturers, representing a diversity of nationalities and backgrounds. The University graduated its first four-year cohort in March, 1991. The ELI cooperates with each of the four aforementioned departments to provide all first- and second-year students with a progressive English language education.


● A Master’s Degree in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language, English Education, Applied Linguistics, Language and Literacy Studies, or another closely related field
● Significant practical experience in teaching English, particularly in academic contexts and at the post-secondary level
● A strong interest in working with Japanese students, together with an interest in Japanese language and culture
● A positive, cooperative disposition and a willingness to work collaboratively

Highly Desirable:
● An interest in / evidence of scholarly engagement (e.g. research activities, academic publications)
● An interest in any of the following areas, among others, important to the ELI:
○ Multiliteracies
○ New Literacy Studies
○ Discourse and Textual Analysis
○ Information and Communications Technology
○ Assessment
○ Sociocultural Theory
○ Learner Autonomy
○ Process-based Syllabi
○ Language communication

● Prior experience living and working in Japan
● Demonstrated proficiency in the Japanese language


Members of the ELI are normally expected to be at the university from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm or 10.30 am to 6.30 pm, Monday through Friday. During the two semester breaks, each of approximately five to six weeks, lecturers are not typically required to be on campus at all.

All lecturers are involved in the following during the two fifteen-week semesters of teaching:

● A teaching load of eight 90-minute instruction periods per week, for a total of thirty weeks each year. Teaching may involve working with students in different departments in the university on a variety of courses promoting English language proficiency. Courses include integrated-skills courses for first and second-year students, Foundational Literacies, Advanced Literacies and Media English.
● Conversing with students in the English Lounge and/or consulting by appointment in a skills-practice center (e.g. advising on writing skills in the Academic Support Area) for three hours per week

Both during the teaching weeks and at other times during the academic year, lecturers are involved in such things as the following:

● Ongoing collaborative curriculum development work (e.g. materials development, ongoing action research etc.) related to courses taught
● Participation in the ELI Professional Development Program comprising classroom observations and mentoring
● Attendance of all scheduled meetings and planned activities of the ELI, as well as other special meetings, called from time to time as needed (functions organized by the ELI include an annual welcome party for Freshman and the administration of an in-house English proficiency exam.)
● Attendance of special ceremonies and events conducted by the university, including entrance exams, the Entrance Ceremony, the Graduation Ceremony, and Open Campus Day
● Cooperating with the University’s Public Relations division in promoting the university to high school students and other interested parties (PR activities ordinarily involve additional financial compensation.)


Approx. salaries follow below:

1) Gross Annual Pre-tax Salary (including bonuses): 5 million yen
a) The salary is payable in monthly instalments
b) Bonus payments are made in September and March
c) The gross salary amount is increased to 5.5 million yen with the first contract renewal and 5.75 million yen with the second contract renewal.


1) Private Research Allowance: ¥100,000 plus limited financial support for attendance at national and international conferences
2) Overseas Relocation Allowance: ¥100,000 to defray the relocation expenses incurred by overseas appointees
3) Commuting Allowance: Based on costs of daily travel between a staff member’s residence, calculated per university regulations
4) Contract Completion Payment.


To apply, please click on the link below or paste the following URL into your browser to download the lecturer-application form:

Please i) complete the necessary lecturer-application form and ii) email it (PDF preferred) together with a covering letter to:

Search Committee
English Language Institute
Kanda University of International Studies
Email address:

Mon, 2017-07-31
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Part-time (Saturday Only) English Teacher (JOES) –Tokyo / Yokohama / Aichi / Osaka (8/9)

Professional English teachers required to teach returnee classes on Saturdays.

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Japan Overseas Educational Services

JOES Foreign Language Retention Program
- Part-time (Saturday Only) English Teacher (JOES) – Tokyo / Yokohama / Aichi / Osaka

Job Details:
We are looking for professional English teachers who have a long term commitment to Japan and who can commit themselves to working on Saturdays in our academic year.
Experience and an enthusiasm for teaching returnee children from second grade to ninth grade is an advantage. In particular, we are looking for teachers who have experience with elementary school students. A teaching license is an advantage. Materials provided. Payment, 7,500 yen per 90-minute class before tax (Term 1), rising to 8,000 yen per 90-minute class before tax (from Term 3).

Academic year schedule:
Term 1; April to mid July
Term 2; September to mid December
Term 3; January to mid-March

- The students have all lived and been educated overseas.
- The focus of the class is to develop the students' reading and writing skills.
- The classes are taught entirely in English in an atmosphere that resembles a regular school class overseas (USA, UK, Australia, international school, etc.).

JOES will provide the core materials for your classes, but we expect our teachers to be able to develop their own suitable materials over time and to be able to plan their lessons in advance for each term.

Please send your resume, photo and the covering letter by e-mail to:

Tokyo/Yokohama/Aichi  (please put Job Application as the Subject)

Osaka  (please put Job Application as the Subject)

***Applicants must have a working or spouse visa (no visa sponsorship) ***

More information about JOES can be found at;

Applications will be accepted until August 9th, 2017 and interviews will be arranged in August.

Wed, 2017-08-09
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