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PT English Instructor, Korea International School, Osaka

Korea International School in Ibaraki City, Osaka, seeks qualified part-time EFL instructor in Intensive English Program beginning mid-September. 

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Approximately 16 teaching hours a week (mornings only) which include occasional Saturdays. Solo teaching for one class of beginner-level junior high school and one class of intermediate-level high school. Commuting allowance. Candidates should have teaching experience and degree in relevant field. Must enjoy working with teenagers. Send CV and cover letter to Search Committee at

Mon, 2016-09-12
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URGENT: ALT - East Aichi - Sept. 2016

URGENT 2 ALTs wanted Sept. 2016. Need own car and experience. Salary higher than other cities in the area. DIrect hire.

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2 ALT positions available. These are full time jobs. University degree and experience in teaching as an ALT required. Need own car to travel to schools in the area. Conversational Japanese is helpful but not required. Would be teaching in one JHS and 3 ESs. Salary is the highest in the area with chances for promotion depending on performance. One position starting September 1st, other October 1st.

Fri, 2016-09-30
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Send resume, application or any inquiries to

Professor (kyouju) , associate professor (junkyouju) or lecturer (sennin koushi) level in English language teaching, Kansai University of International Studies, Hyogo

The Dept.

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The Department of English at Kansai University of International Studies, located in Amagasaki-shi, Hyogo (Japan), invites applications for a professor (kyouju) , associate professor (junkyouju) or lecturer (sennin koushi) position in English language teaching. The starting date is 1 April, 2017, and the deadline for applications is 16 September, 2016 (Fri.) (delivery deadline). For details on the job and application procedure, please visit the following webpage:

Deadline: 16 September, 2016 (Fri.) (delivery deadline)
Applications should be sent to the following address: (Web application is not accepted.)
〒661-0976 1-3-23 Shioe Amagasaki-city Hyogo  
Human Resources Department, Kansai University of International Studies
(On the envelope, please also write 「Application papers(English Education)」 in red and send it by a simplified registered mail)

Contact details: e-mail: Tel:06-6496-4358  (Takashi Ikeda)

Fri, 2016-09-16
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〒661-0976 1-3-23 Shioe Amagasaki-city Hyogo   Human Resources Department, Kansai University of International Studies (On the envelope, please also write 「Application papers(English Education)」 in red and send it by a simplified registered mail)

Elementary School English Teacher

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Elementary School English Teacher Job Specification

Nagisa Koen Elementary School
Hiroshima City
Elementary School EFL Teacher
Work Type
Full Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
¥360,000 to ¥390,000 per month depending on experience and qualifications

Other Benefits
Subsidized accommodation available
Relocation allowance
English: Native level
Must have a teaching license in home country and/or a TEFL qualification
Must have a minimum of 2 years EFL teaching experience
Must have a university degree
Must be passionate, hard-working, flexible and dedicated
Must be comfortable working in a Japanese work environment
Must be willing to take on extra-curricular duties
Visa sponsorship available
Candidates who currently reside in Japan
Female candidates
Candidates with Japanese language speaking and reading ability
Candidates with prior experience of teaching elementary school age students
Candidates experienced with classroom technology
Candidates who hold a master’s degree
Nagisa Elementary School is a private elementary school in Hiroshima. Since 2014 the school has been running an exciting English Program called C.O.N.E.C.T. The program teaches English as a practical skill rather than an academic subject and includes reading classes, phonics and global studies.
Ideal Candidate:
This is an excellent opportunity for a professionally qualified, dedicated teacher who has experience teaching EFL to children between the ages of 6 and 12. The candidate will be experienced in planning, preparing and lead teaching a variety of primary school grades. This is a job ideal for a creative individual who is skilled at lesson planning, making and adapting resources, and a good team worker who can adapt to a Japanese work environment and differing cultural expectations.

Position Details:
The position is a full time position, initially for one year but with excellent long term prospects for the right candidate. Contract hours are 8 hours 45 minutes a day from Monday to Friday with 4 hours on alternate Saturdays. This position consists of a total of 22 teacher contact hours per week. The position requires both leading teaching and support teaching. Please be aware before applying that flexibility towards working hours is necessary, especially when there are school events. The position requires an active role in daily school life; participating in clubs and student committees within school hours. Teachers are required to participate in school events, staff meetings and staff committees.

Start Date:
Early December 2016 (preferred) to April 2017
Recruitment Process:
Resumes will be screened to check that minimum requirements are met. Candidates will be contacted to arrange Skype web-interviews. Candidates will be asked to send a copy of their residence card, passport, copies of qualifications and letters of reference. Following the first round of interviews candidates will be short-listed for a second round of interviews. In the second interview the candidates will be given an opportunity to showcase their teaching skills after which a final decision will be made.

Please apply by emailing a copy of your resume, and a cover letter explaining how you fit the above job description to Helen McNamara

Mon, 2016-09-26
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Helen McNamara email:

Curriculum Development Specialist, Berkeley House Language Center

Berkeley House Language Center is seeking an experienced CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST to work at our head office in the Chiyoda Ward of Tokyo.

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As a member of the Training Management and Operation Department, the Curriculum Development Specialist contributes to the planning, development and production of curriculum materials, processes and best practices that are evaluated and acknowledged to be highly effective in improving student outcomes. The department also focuses on marketing, identification, selection and the development of new courses and curriculum to meet the market need. Additionally, this position is responsible for providing curricular and instructional support to our schools in Japan and novice teachers, and utilizing good judgment in developing curriculum and programmatic practices.
• Participate in the development and evaluation of new curriculum. Consult with other staff, instructors and client representatives in the design, development and implementation of new curriculum.
• Coordinate the review/assessment of current curriculum to ensure it is meeting the intended objectives/requirements.
• Prepare instructional material for classroom.

• Bachelor’s Degree in TESOL, TESL/TEFL, Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Education (with TESOL endorsement), or Curriculum and Instruction; Master’s Degree strongly preferred.
• At least three (3) consecutive years of teaching experience in ESL/EFL classrooms.
• Knowledge of current techniques and procedures used in the design and development of curriculum.
• Ability to communicate effectively both oral and written in English.
• Ability to evaluate the effectiveness of programs and make recommendations for improvement.
• Ability to provide leadership and assist in the planning, development and establishment of new, modified and/or improved curriculum and materials.

• Ability to professionally and effectively communicate in Japanese both oral and written

The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of professional experience, including 3 years as a teacher. Experience leading coaching or training other teachers is preferred. Candidates should have knowledge and experience developing curriculum and developing lessons. S/he should be highly organized and able to work independently and without much supervision. Excellent oral and written communication skills in English is required, in Japanese highly preferred. Candidates must also have a willingness to be flexible.

Remuneration depends on the applicant’s qualifications, but begins at 300,000 yen/month with transportation expenses in Japan being reimbursed. Successful applicants pay their own airfare to Japan. These are one-year contract positions, usually renewable.

As a member of the regular office staff, the standard benefits package includes health care, pension payments and yearly bonuses when applicable. In addition to Japan’s National Holidays, staff members receive 10 paid vacation days.

As a regular member of the office, staff work 8.5 hour shifts (with 1-hour lunch) receiving two consecutive days off in a row. Once a month, on an office-wide rotating schedule, staff are asked to work one of the designated off-days (making up the time from the shortened daily shifts).

Fri, 2016-09-16
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Please send cover letter and current CV to:

Assistant Professor, Meikai University Plurilingual & Pluricultural Education Center

Meikai University Plurilingual & Pluricultural Education Center invites applications for three full-time, non-tenure track positions as assistant professors or lecturers,

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1. Applicants’ qualifications: With a degree of M.A. in TESOL or a related field and teaching experience.

2. Courses to be taught: 10 class periods including Integrated English and Writing. Duties assigned by Plurilingual & Pluricultural Education Center. Four days a week.

3. Term of contract: Three years. Renewable two times (for a total of nine years).

4. Compensation:Salary based on our university regulations.

5. Application material:
a) CV with a recent photo
b) List of publications
c) One major publication (a book or an academic paper)
d) One essay on the candidate’s teaching philosophy at Meikai Univerisity

6. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview. Transportation expenses will not be reimbursed. The application documents will not be returned.

Fri, 2016-09-16
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Professor Tomoko Takada English Language Department, Meikai University 1 Akemi, Urayasu-shi, Chiba 279-8550 TEL: 047-355-5120

English Instructor, Revo Ordermade English, Tokyo

Teach 40-minute one-to-one lessons to adults, evaluate students' progress, and provide ongoing guidance for improvement.

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Part-time, weekday evenings and weekend schedules. 1500-1800yen/40-minutes lesson. Teach one-to-one lessons to adults, evaluate students' progress, and provide ongoing guidance for improvement. Work location Tokyo, Shinjuku and Ikebukuro. Native English-level proficiency, BA, TESL/TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification, teaching license, and one year teaching experience required. Proper visa preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will sponsor or renew visa. Training. One-year renewable contract. Application deadline ASAP. Position begins ASAP. Apply by e-mail or online/webpage with CV/resume, diploma(s), photo, teaching certification, availability.

Fri, 2016-09-30
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Program Manager for English Discussion Class at Rikkyo Univerity in Tokyo

Rikkyo University
Job Announcement for Program Manager at Center for English Discussion Class
We are now recruiting for Program Manager position to begin from April 2017.
For more details about English Discussion Class, please visit the following website:
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Rikkyo University
Job Announcement for Program Manager at Center for English Discussion Class

We are now recruiting for Program Manager position to begin from April 2017.
For more details about English Discussion Class, please visit the following website:

[Position] Program Manager

[Qualifications] A person falling under any one of the following categories and who is considered to have a sufficient background to provide instructor support and education at the university level.
(1) A person who has obtained a Master’s or Doctoral degree in English-language education and who has personal knowledge of and experience in English-language education at the university level;
(2) A person who has obtained a Master’s or Doctoral degree in a subject other than English-language education and who has personal knowledge of and experience in English-language education at the university level; or
(3) A person who has obtained a Master’s or Doctoral degree in English-language education and has knowledge of English-language education at the university level.
*Applicants of any nationality are welcome to apply.

[Starting Date] April 1, 2017

[Conditions] One-year contract, possibly renewed up to four times (for a total of 5 years maximum upon the mutual agreement of both parties)

[Primary Duties]
1. Supervising and training English Instructors
2. Teaching English Discussion Classes (4 classes per semester and substituting absent instructors)
3. Providing support for the students
4. Organizing internal teacher-trainings including faculty development sessions and teacher observation
5. Providing solutions as problems concerning English Discussion Class arise
6. Creating and developing teaching materials
7. Preparing and revising the curricula and syllabi
8. Designing teaching methods and class planning
9. Providing support during the recruitment of new instructors
10.Engaging in any other work related to English-language education and conduct ongoing program evaluation and related research

[Work Days] Monday to Saturday (6 days per week)
*Must be on campus during the regular semester (Spring and Fall) and the repeating courses sessions, which are offered two weeks in August and two weeks in February.

[Work Hours] Monday to Friday 8:30-16:40 & Saturday 8:50-13:00

[Location] Ikebukuro Campus (Tokyo, Japan) & Niiza Campus (Saitama, Japan)
Monday: Ikebukuro Campus or Niiza Campus
Tuesday-Friday: Ikebukuro Campus
Saturday: Niiza Campus

[Remuneration] Salary: Monthly salary \426,000 (first year)
Additional: Summer bonus (1 month of salary provided in June), Winter bonus (2 months of salary provided in December), housing allowance, transportation allowance, insurance (Rikkyo Gakuin health insurance, welfare pension insurance and employment insurance), and grant-in-aid.
*The first bonus of the first year will be prorated based on the numbers of calendar days after the commencement of assignment.

National Holidays
Special University Holidays
Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring breaks
*In order to balance the number of classes over the 14-week semester, Rikkyo University schedules some classes to take place on some national holidays, which are then considered to be work days. In lieu of these days, other days during the academic calendar become non-teaching days.

[Paid Holiday] 10 days for the first year

[Application Documents]
Submit Documents Number 1 to 4 as e-mail attachments by the application deadline. Document Number 5 (references) must be submitted by each referee as e-mail attachments. No other formats will be accepted. Use the documents below.
1. Rikkyo Formatted Curriculum Vitae (Designated Form)
2. Academic Degrees (Submit photocopies)
・ Master’s or your highest Degree
・ TESOL-related Certificates / Diplomas if applicable
3. Curriculum Beliefs
4. Lesson Plan Response
5. Two (2) References (Designated Form)
・Download the designated forms and forward a copy to each of your referees.
・Referees must submit their completed form to us via email directly.

◆Download Rikkyo University designated forms on
*Candidates who pass the First Stage will be requested to submit “Model Teacher Training Task” at a later date.

[Selection Stages]
First Stage: Screening of application document (End of September)
Second Stage: Interview (October)
*Tentatively, notification of official offer of employment is scheduled to be made by the middle of November, 2016.

[Application Deadline] September 15, 2016 12:00 p.m. (noon), Japan time



[採用職種] プログラムマネージャー(英語ディスカッション教育センター)

[応募資格] 次のいずれかに該当する者が、本学の英語ディスカッションプログラムマネージャー職への応募資格を有する。

[雇用開始日] 2017年4月1日(土)

[雇用契約] 1年間の契約で、更新は上限4回まで可能とする最長5年の有期契約(更新は双方の合意による)

1. 英語ディスカッション講師の授業内容・成績評価に関する監督・指導
2. 授業科目の担当(週4コマ、および代講授業)
3. 担当学生の学習と履修に関する指導
4. 学内研修運営(FD、Teacher Observation)
5. 授業実施上の問題への対応
6. 英語ディスカッション教育教材の開発
7. カリキュラム、シラバスの作成
8. 授業方法、授業計画等の立案、作成
9. 英語ディスカッション講師採用候補者の選考

[勤務日] 月曜日から土曜日までの週6日

[勤務時間] 月曜日から金曜日までは8時30分~16時40分まで。土曜日は8時50分~13時まで。

[勤務地] 東京都(池袋キャンパス)および埼玉県(新座キャンパス)
月曜日: 池袋キャンパス または 新座キャンパス
火~金曜日: 池袋キャンパス
土曜日: 新座キャンパス

[待遇] 給与 月額42.6万円(初年度)

その他夏季・秋季・冬季・春季の休暇 (日曜日・祝祭日を除く)

[有給休暇] 初年度年間10日

[応募書類] 応募書類1.~4.はEメールに添付して期限までに提出してください。また、応募書類5.は各推薦者本人より直接Eメールに添付して提出してください。所定書式以外は受け付けられません。
1. 履歴書 (所定書式)
2. 学位記コピー
3. Curriculum Beliefs
4. Lesson Plan Response
5. 推薦書 2通 (所定書式)  ※各推薦者本人から直接Eメールに添付して提出
※1次選考合格者には後日、2次面接に向けて”Model Teacher Training Task”を提出いただきます。

1次選考 書類選考 (9月下旬)
2次選考 面接 (10月中)

[応募締切日] 2016年9月15日(木)正午(日本時間)

Thu, 2016-09-15
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[Place of Submission] Submit Application Document Number 1 to 4 as e-mail attachments. E-mail: Have each referee to submit Document Number 5 as e-mail attachment directly. E-mail: Submit all the application documents for the attention of “Personnel Section, Center for English Discussion Class, Rikkyo University”. [書類提出先] 応募書類1.~4.をEメールに添付し提出してください。 Eメール: 応募書類5.『推薦書』は各推薦者本人から直接Eメールに添付し提出してください。 Eメール: ※宛先はいずれも 『立教大学英語ディスカッション教育センター 人事担当者宛』
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