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Instructor for intensive course on Japanese Culture and Society in Tokyo for University of Michigan and CIEE (11/24)

Job details: 

"Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
University of Michigan: Global Classroom Connections

Job posting:
Instructor for a college level course on “Japanese Culture and Society”

About the course:
The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), the largest and oldest international education NPO in the US, is planning to run a short-term study abroad program in Tokyo for students from the University of Michigan (UM). The program will include a course on Japanese Culture and Society. The theme of Japanese Culture and Society is interpreted broadly; the instructor is encouraged to apply his/her own expertise to the curriculum.

This course will have 45 contact hours for 3 credits and will be taught in English. Contact hours are based on the US system, with 50 minutes of classroom instruction + a 10 minute break equaling one contact hour. The instructor may count guest lectures, field trips, co-curricular activities, and videos toward contact hours, provided they follow CIEE’s academic guidelines regarding contact hours.

This will be an introductory level course. Students may not necessarily be majoring in Japanese, Asian Studies, or a related field. The estimated number of students is 12 to 20.

Course dates and times:
Friday May 4 to Wednesday May 23, 2018.

Here is our preferred schedule. Exact dates and times may be negotiated if necessary. As stated above: The instructor may count guest lectures, field trips, co-curricular activities, and videos toward contact hours, provided they follow CIEE’s academic guidelines regarding contact hours.

May 4 (Fri): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 12:00 – 12:50, and 13:00 – 13:50 (4 contact hours)
May 7 (Mon): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 12:00 – 12:50, and 13:00 – 13:50 (4 contact hours)
May 8 (Tue): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 12:00 – 12:50, and 13:00 – 13:50 (4 contact hours)
May 9 (Wed): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 12:00 – 12:50, and 13:00 – 13:50 (4 contact hours)
May 10 (Thu): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 12:00 – 12:50, and 13:00 – 13:50 (4 contact hours)
May 11 (Fri): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 12:00 – 12:50, and 13:00 – 13:50 (4 contact hours)

May 14 (Mon): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 11:00 – 11:50 (3 contact hours)
May 15 (Tue): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 11:00 – 11:50 (3 contact hours)
May 16 (Wed): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 12:00 – 12:50, and 13:00 – 13:50 (4 contact hours)
May 17 (Thu): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 12:00 – 12:50, and 13:00 – 13:50 (4 contact hours)
May 18 (Fri): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 11:00 – 11:50 (3 contact hours)
May 22 (Tue): 9:00 – 9:50, 10:00 – 10:50, 12:00 – 12:50, and 13:00 – 13:50 (4 contact hours)
Total contact hours: 45
Office hours: The instructor must be able to answer students’ questions about the course outside of class via email. Ideally, the instructor will hold office hours during the program.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Master’s degree in Japanese Studies, Asian Studies, or related field
• Experience as a Teacher’s Assistant or lead instructor for a college level course
• Must reside in Tokyo at the time of the course
• Native English-level proficiency

Preferred Qualifications:
• PhD in Japanese Studies, Asian Studies, or related field, with teaching experience at the college level in a relevant subject.

To apply:
Submit the following documents in English to Darren Biggs, Manager of Program Operations at the CIEE Tokyo Study Center ( dbiggs@ciee.org ) by Friday November 24.
1) Resume / CV
2) Write an outline for the course you would teach for CIEE / UM in May. Include the following in your outline. You may refer to CIEE’s syllabus template:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5d-VJjqQPHNeEVnWkpncDRkNjQ/view.
(A complete syllabus – e.g. one that you’ve taught before – is preferred, but not required at this stage. If selected, you would later be required to submit a complete syllabus following CIEE’s academic guidelines by the designated deadline.)
• Course description: Enter a one or two paragraph course description.
• Learning objectives: Enter the goals for the course and what students are expected to learn.
• Methods of instruction: Describe how the course will be taught, including use of PowerPoint, films, guest lectures, fieldtrips, class debates, and lectures, etc. (Note that if selected you may have to modify your methods to fit CIEE’s academic standards and guidelines.)
• Schedule outline: Show the timing of the topics you intend to cover. Refer to the “course dates and times” section above.
3) Cover letter
• Include commentary on how your education and experience position you to effectively teach the course that you’ve outlined.

Application schedule:
• Submit cover letter, resume / CV, and course outline by Friday November 24.
• Applicants who pass the initial paper review will be contacted to interview. Interviews will be held in person or through an online video conference, depending on the applicant’s location.
• CIEE and University of Michigan aim to select the instructor by January 2018.
• If selected, you will be required to submit a complete syllabus by the designated deadline using CIEE’s syllabus template:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5d-VJjqQPHNeEVnWkpncDRkNjQ/view
Your syllabus must adhere to CIEE’s academic guidelines.

Compensation:
Ranges from 300,000 (three hundred thousand) yen. Dependent on qualifications and experience.
• In addition, transportation costs of up to 30,000 yen total may be covered.
• Additional funding may be available for field trips and co-curricular activities that count toward contact hours, with prior approval from CIEE.
• Relevant taxes will be deducted.

Questions?
Please direct questions to Darren Biggs, Manager of Program Operations at the CIEE Tokyo Study Center ( dbiggs@ciee.org ).

A nonprofit, nongovernmental organization, CIEE is [the US’s] oldest and largest nonprofit study abroad and intercultural exchange organization. Since 1947, CIEE has helped thousands of people gain the knowledge and skills necessary to live and work in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world by offering the most comprehensive, relevant, and valuable exchange programs available.
Visit www.ciee.org to learn more.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-11-24
Contact details: 
Email your application to Darren Biggs, Manager of Program Operations, CIEE Tokyo, <dbiggs@ciee.org>

Full-time English Instructor Position at a College in Sano-city, Tochigi Japan

This is a solo teaching assignment, working among a team of professionals.

Job details: 

Full-time position: April 2018 ~ March 2019
Candidates are hired on contracts for one-year terms with possibility of renewal, upon successful evaluation.

Contracted Date and Time: Monday ~ Friday from 9:00am~6:00pm duirng semester periods with the occasional participation of weekend events.

Requirements:
Native English-level proficiency is preferred
BA/BS Degree required
Candidates with MA/MS degrees are preferred
Degree(s) in education preferred
Experience teaching at a University preferred
Experience teaching Japanese students preferred
Candidates with certification in TESOL / TEFL / CELTA preferred
Candidates who do not have a MA/MS degree are requires to have certification in TESOL / TEFL / CELTA

Payment:
Salary based on experience and qualification
Visa sponsorship available
Apartment search assistance available
Housing Guarantor available

How to Apply:
Submit your CV, Cover Letter, and Letter of Recommendation via email to:
PIA Global Co. Ltd.
Email: sindingj@piaschools.edu

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-12-22
Contact details: 
PIA Global Co. Ltd. Email: sindingj@piaschools.edu

Full-time English Instructor Position at a University in Nagoya city Japan (12/22)

This is a solo teaching assignment along side a team of professionals.

Job details: 

Full-time position: Monday ~ Friday from 9:00am~6:00pm during teaching periods with the occasional participation of weekend events.

Contract period: April 2018 ~ March 2019
Candidates are hired on contracts for one-year terms with possibility of renewal, upon successful evaluation.

Requirements:
Native English-level proficiency is preferred
MA/MS degree required
Degree(s) in education preferred
Experience teaching at a University preferred
Experience teaching Japanese students preferred
Candidates with certification in TESOL / TEFL / CELTA preferred

Salary based on experience and qualification
Furnished apartment near the campus is available (without cost)
Visa sponsorship available

How to Apply:
Submit your CV, Cover Letter, and Letter of Recommendation by email to:
PIA Global Co. Ltd.
Email: sindingj@piaschools.edu

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-12-22
Contact details: 
PIA Global Co. Ltd. Email: sindingj@piaschools.edu

Part-time Lecturer, Ferris University (11/13)

Seeking part-time lecturers for Wednesday or Friday positions at Ryokuen campus.

Job details: 

Seeking two part-time lecturers for classes in the English program. Wednesday and Friday morning classes available. Friday classes preferably taught by a Japanese teacher of English as one class is taught in Japanese and the other in English. Classes begin in April 2018.

Applicants must have a Masters degree in TESOL, language, or education fields; three publications; two years of experience; and two recommendations. Send applications by November 12 to karen_mattison@ferris.ac.jp. Only applicants invited for an interview will be contacted.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-11-13
Contact details: 
Karen Mattison, English Program Coordinator, Ferris University, karen_mattison@ferris.ac.jp

AET (ALT) positions in ES and JHS, Aichi (12/18)

Several AET (ALT) positions available starting April, 2018 teaching in both ES and JHS in Aichi.

Job details: 

Toyokawa city, Aichi is looking for highly motivated AETs to start teaching at ES and JHS in April, 2018.

Applicants need Native English-level proficiency and their own car.
Some conversational Japanese and experience as an AET(ALT) would be preferred.
Applicants will be required to work 30 hours a week.
This position is a direct hire.
The one year contract is renewable.
The salary is high and there are chances of promotion.

Applicants should send a CV in English and Japanese to the following email address by December 18th: aoiriver3-aet@yahoo.co.jp

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-12-18
Contact details: 
Send CVs to: aoiriver3-aet@yahoo.co.jp

English as a Foreign Language Instructor, Berkeley House Language Center (3/1)

Job details: 

Berkeley House Language Center, a leading language school in Japan, is seeking English as a Foreign Language instructors for various teaching positions in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, and other cities in Japan, for positions at corporations, universities, and/or at our schools.

SCHEDULE:
Teachers work five days a week, with 25 teaching hours per week, and two consecutive days off. In addition to teaching, instructors write reports, participate in meetings, and so forth.

STUDENTS/CLASSES:
Our students include corporate office workers, professionals, and fulltime students preparing for or attending university. Schedules will typically include a combination of one-to-one, semi-private, and group lessons.

REMUNERATION:
Remuneration depends on the applicant’s qualifications, but begins at 270,000 yen/month with transportation expenses in Japan being reimbursed. Successful applicants pay their own airfare to Japan, but typically, a year-end bonus is paid. These are one-year contract positions, usually renewable.

ACCOMMODATION:
Berkeley House will assist our new teacher’s settlement in Japan by providing an apartment. Teachers are required to pay their own rent and utilities.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate will
• Be a dedicated team worker.
• Be in possession of a four-year degree from an accredited university plus a TESOL, TESL, and/or teaching certificate.
• Have at least two years’ experience teaching non-native speakers of English.
• Japanese language skills are not required, but a plus.
Please note-only such applicants who hold a Master’s Degree will be considered for positions at universities.

TRAINING:
Ten to twenty hours of training will be provided in Japan for which our newly hired teachers are not paid; this is to familiarize them with our methods and materials.

APPLICATION PROCESS
Please send the following materials to hashimoto@berkeleyhouse.co.jp.
1. Current CV
2. Cover letter
3. Copy of passport information page
4. Examples of lesson plans, worksheets, activities, or syllabi you have updated or created.
5. Two references with contact details (name, address, phone number, email). At least one must be supervisors.

If the email address is not working, please go to our webpage below, and check other ways to apply.
Web link: http://berkeleyhouse.co.jp/company/employment/how-to-apply

Only applicants who submit all documents and pass the initial screening will be contacted. The application process consists of in-person or Skype interviews with the HR Manager, Program Manager, Department Manager, and company President. Candidates will also be asked to present a 30 minute teaching demonstration after the departmental interviews.

Deadline: 
Thu, 2018-03-01
Contact details: 
hashimoto@berkelyhouse.co.jp

Part-time native-level English teacher, Keio SFC Junior and Senior High School, Fujisawa (12/8)

Keio Shonan-Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School, the newest secondary school associated with Keio University, is seeking applicants for a part-time teaching position from April 2018.

Job details: 

Employment Announcement
Keio Shonan-Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School, the newest secondary school associated with Keio University, is seeking applicants for a part-time teaching position from April 2018.

Information for Job Applicants
Position: Part-time native-level English teacher
Contract: From April 1st, 2018 to March 31st, 2019, renewable annually by mutual consent up to a maximum term of 5 years
Salary: Based on Keio Gijuku criteria
Duties: Teach junior and senior high students (regular and/or returnee)
(Up to 12 hours / week―three days / week)

Qualifications & Requirements:
Native-level proficiency in English
MA in TESOL or a related field preferred
Junior/senior high school experience (particularly in Japan)
Conversational Japanese an advantage
Experience with returnee students a strong advantage (Returnees are students who have lived in English speaking countries)

Application Materials:
Curriculum vitae & cover letter
Copies of transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended
At least one letter of recommendation from a recent employer and/or a professor
Please note that application materials will not be returned

Deadline: Curriculum vitae to arrive by email or post by December 8th 2017
Interview: Interviews to be held at the school on Friday, December 15th 2017
Preliminary interviews via Skype/FaceTime may be held in advance

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-12-08
Contact details: 
English Department Hiring Committee  Keio Shonan-Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School 5466 Endo, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa-ken 252-0816 Japan TEL (0466) 49-3587 FAX (0466) 47-5077 Email: sfc-js-jimu@adst.keio.ac.jp

Assistant or Associate Professor (with tenure), Tokyo University of Science (11/30)

Teach seven 90-minute English skills classes, including academic writing, TOEIC, and/or TOEFL, per week, and assist with departmental activities, including entrance examination relat

Job details: 

Application Guidelines for an Assistant or Associate Professor, Department of Liberal Arts, Faculty of Science Division I, Tokyo University of Science

Number of faculty to be hired: 1

Status: Assistant or Associate Professor (full-time with tenure)

Field of specialization: Applied Linguistics, Linguistics, English Education (TESOL/TEFL), Literature, or Cultural Studies

Place of Work: In principle at Kagurazaka Campus

Duties: Teach seven 90-minute English skills classes, including academic writing, TOEIC, and / or TOEFL, per week, and assist with departmental activities, including entrance examination related work and administrative work.

Qualifications:
1) Native English-level proficiency (who preferably has adequate Japanese proficiency for day-to-day work at the university)

2) Have Ph.D. at the time of appointment, or expected to be completed within three years after appointment.

3) Have academic accomplishments in teaching and studying English

4) Have teaching experience of at least two years at the university level and have a keen interest in teaching.

Salary and Benefits:
As set by the Rules and Regulations of Tokyo University of Science

Date of employment: April 1, 2018

Deadline: November 30, 2017

Application Materials:
1) A curriculum vitae with photo. Download the style sheet from: http://www.tus.ac.jp/boshuu/pdf/rirekisyo_en.pdf

2) A list of academic accomplishments including book and paper publications, oral presentations, and others. (For publications, provide the title, year, publisher and place of publication, and put an asterisk for an article that has been accepted for publication in a refereed journal.)

3) Three excerpts or photocopies of published papers including a 400-word summary for each of them

4) A 1,200-word essay concerning your ambitions for future education and research

5) Two letters of recommendation (either in English or Japanese)

6) Photocopy of PhD diploma

Screening: Screening will be based on documentary examination and an interview for the finalists. Interviewees will be asked to present a short demonstration lesson. Interview transportation costs are to be borne by the applicant.

Inquiries:
For more information, feel free to email Makoto SHIMIZU (Professor):
E-mail: makoto@rs.kagu.tus.ac.jp

Others:
1) All personal information provided by the applicants will be handled with utmost care and will not be used for any purpose other than screening candidates for the position.

2) In principle, the documents submitted will not be returned to the applicant.

3) Final result of the selection will be notified by e-mail at the end of selection process.

4) If finalists are regarded as equally-qualified after the selection process, preference will be given to female applicants.

Deadline: 
Thu, 2017-11-30
Contact details: 
Send application materials by registered mail to: The office of the Department of Liberal Arts, Faculty of Science Division 1, Tokyo University of Science, 1 – 3 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-8601. Please write on the envelope in red ink ‘Application documents inside’.

British Council: Hourly Paid Teacher of English (Adults) (11/9)

The British Council is recruiting motivated EFL teachers to teach at our Iidabashi centre on Sundays.

Job details: 

This is an hourly-paid position (part-time).

Salary:
4,400 yen/hour for teachers with a CELTA
4,900 yen/hour for teachers with a DELTA

- Teachers are expected to prepare for an average of 30 minutes per hour of teaching. Payment for preparation for lessons and marking is included in the hourly rate.

Please apply online here: https://nurl.ng/JPN-T-1617e

Deadline: 
Thu, 2017-11-09
Contact details: 
Please apply online here: https://nurl.ng/JPN-T-1617e

Full time native English instructor - English Plaza (Tokorozawa) (11/30)

Native level proficiency English teacher wanted to teach both kids and adults

Job details: 

Full time native English level proficiency instructor wanted at English Plaza (Tokorozawa)
7 weeks paid-vacation
Minimum 120,000 bonus on completion of contract
5 days a week from 1 to 9
Visa sponsorship available
25 min from Ikebukuro or Shinjuku
Teaching Kids and Adults

APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN TO APPLY. IF YOU DO NOT CURRENTLY LIVE IN JAPAN PLEASE DO NOT APPLY AS WE WILL NOT REVIEW YOUR APPLICATION.

APPLICANT MUST BE A NATIVE ENGLISH LEVEL PROFICIENCY SPEAKER.
INTERVIEWS WILL ONLY BE HELD IN PERSON (No Skype/telephone/internet interviews will be conducted).

A fair proportion of the lessons are teaching kids so we are looking for someone that enjoys working with kids.

Join English Plaza for an exciting job opportunity to teach English to a wide range of ages. We offer a relaxed, comfortable working environment and are searching for a down-to-earth, easy-going native English speaker. We offer seven weeks paid-vacation, sponsorship with Working VISA's and a relaxed approach to working in Japan. We are located in Saitama, but don't be fooled! We are easily located for those living on the West side of Tokyo.

If this sounds like the kind of job you have been looking for please EMAIL YOUR RESUME PLUS RECENT PHOTO
See our website to see our school

www.englishplaza.co.jp

Deadline: 
Thu, 2017-11-30
Contact details: 
info@englishplaza.co.jp
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