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IELTS Examiner Recruitment (9/25)

Japan Study Abroad Foundation (JSAF) is recruiting experienced English language teachers to train to be IELTS examiners in Kanto and Kansai area.

Job details: 

Japan Study Abroad Foundation (JSAF) is recruiting experienced English language teachers to train to be IELTS examiners in Kanto and Kansai area.
Applicants are required to meet IELTS Examiner Minimum Professional Requirements (MPRs).Refer to the site below for MPRs:
http://www.idpielts.me/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/IELTS-Examiners-requir...

You will need:
• An undergraduate or Master’s degree or a qualification which can be demonstrated to be equivalent to an undergraduate or Master’s degree.
• A recognised qualification in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) or recognised equivalent as part of a recognised university award course.
• At least 3 years’ full time (or the equivalent part time) relevant TESOL teaching experience (minimum one year post-certificate level qualification). The majority of this teaching experience must relate to adult students (16 years and over).
• The required professional attributes and interpersonal skills.

If you are interested to apply, please provide the required information and attach your updated CV.
• First Name
• Last Name
• Country of Origin
• E-mail address
• Telephone/Cell number
• Your CV

Examiner Training in Tokyo is scheduled to be held on the 18th and 19th November. All applicants this time are expected to be available for the scheduled training dates in November.

Please send email to the following address by 25 September 2017: jsaf-ielts@japanstudyabroad.org
Information pack regarding recruitment procedure and Examiner training will be forwarded to the suitable candidates by an email from JSAF. Please note that this is not a full-time position. It is a part time paid by per work basis.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-09-25
Contact details: 
Japan Study Abroad Foundation (JSAF) IELTS Official Test Centre Mitsui Seimei Bldg. 5F, 1-4-15, Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 169-0075 JAPAN TEL 03-6273-9356 FAX 03-6273-9357 Email jsaf-ielts@japanstudyabroad.org www.jsaf-ieltsjapan.com

Cambridge English Speaking Examiner Training for FCE; First Certificate in English, Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026), Kanto (9/22)

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

Job details: 

Description:
A half-day Training, followed by a half-day Certification session on the following day to enable experienced and qualified teachers to become Speaking Examiners (SEs). This workshop will cover the speaking tests for Cambridge English; FCE (B2). The training and certification are free but the travel and accommodation cost should be covered by applicants. (Please consult with us if you live near Sendai or within capable distance to travel to Sendai.)
Date:  [Training] Saturday afternoon, 30th September, (a half day)
  [Certification] Sunday afternoon, 1st October, (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.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-09-22
Contact details: 
For more information and application forms please contact on: EMAIL:cambridge-jp026@kawai-juku.ac.jp Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English 608, 6F Ikebukuro Park Building, 2-49-7 Minami-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, 171-0022

立教大学 英語ディスカッション講師 (9/25)

英語ディスカッション講師(少人数制英語ディスカッションクラス担当)

Job details: 

2018年4月入職の有期雇用英語ディスカッション講師(若干名)を募集しています。ご希望の方は応募要項をご確認の上、応募の手続きを完了してください。

<応募要領>
英語ディスカッションセンターの詳細はこちらをご参照下さい。⇒http://www.rikkyo.ac.jp/academics/undergraduate/zenkari/edc_faculty/recruitment/

[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講師職への応募資格を有する。
1. 英語教育の修士学位取得者で大学レベルの英語教育に対する見識及び経験のある者
2. 英語教育以外の修士学位取得者で大学レベルの英語教育に対する見識及び経験のある者
3. 英語教育の修士学位取得者又は他分野における修士学位、英語の専門的資格(CELTA)等の取得者で、大学レベルの英語教育に対する見識のある者
4. 前3号に準ずる者で、特に大学レベルの英語教育に対する見識及び経験豊富な者
5. 前各号に準ずる者で、特に大学レベル又は高校レベルの英語教育経験の豊富な者
※応募者の国籍は問いません。

[雇用開始日] 2018年4月1日(日)

[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)

[勤務日] 月曜日から土曜日までの週6日
※春学期(4月~7月)・秋学期(9月~1月)の通常授業期間、および2月・8月に最長2週間の再履修授業期間

[勤務時間] 月曜日から金曜日までは8時50分~17時まで。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32万円(初年度)
夏期賞与1カ月分(6月支給)、冬期賞与2カ月分(12月支給)、住宅手当、通勤手当、社会保険(立教学院健康保険、厚生年金保険、雇用保険)、研修資料費
※初年度初回の賞与は就任後の暦日数で日割り計算した額が支払われます。
※英語ディスカッション講師は、授業・教育を行う職種であり、公務として研究活動は認められておりません。ただし、授業・教育の向上を目的とした諸活動の補助費として研修資料費が支給されます。(大学からは研究者番号は付与されません。)

[休暇]
日曜日
国民の祝日
大学の定めた休日
その他夏季・秋季・冬季・春季の休暇 (日曜日・祝祭日を除く)
※所定の授業回数を確保するため立教大学では、祝日が授業日となることがあります。祝日授業日の振替として平日が大学の定めた休日となることがあります。

[有給休暇] 初年度年間10日

[選考方法]
1. 1次選考 書類選考 (10月上旬)
2. 2次選考 模擬授業・面接 (10~11月)
※採用内定通知は2018年1月下旬を予定

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-09-25
Contact details: 
[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. カバーレター (所定書式) 2. 履歴書 (所定書式)  3. アクティビティプランとその根拠 (所定書式) 4. 学位記コピー   ・ 修士号又は最終学歴の学位記   ・ TESOL関連の資格証明書(該当者のみ) 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 ◆立教大学所定書式・記載要領・課題はhttp://www.rikkyo.ac.jp/academics/undergraduate/zenkari/edc_faculty/recruitment/からダウンロードしてください。 [書類提出先] 1. 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:  edc-recruit@rikkyo.ac.jp 2. 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:  edc-recruit@rikkyo.ac.jp ※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』 [応募締切日] 2017年9月25日(月)正午(日本時間)

English Instructor at Rikkyo University (9/25)

English Instructor (Teach Micro Size English Discussion Class)

Job details: 

We are now recruiting for English Instructor positions to begin teaching from April 2018.
For more details, please visit the following website: http://www.rikkyo.ac.jp/academics/undergraduate/zenkari/edc_faculty/recr...

[Qualifications] A person falling under any one of the following categories is eligible to be appointed as an English Instructor.
(1) A person who has obtained a Master’s degree in English-language education and who has personal knowledge of and experience in English-language education at the university level; or
(2) A person who has obtained a Master’s degree in a field 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 degree in English-language education or in other field and a CELTA qualification, and who has personal knowledge of English-language education at the university level; or
(4) A person considered to be similar to any of (1) through (3) above and who specifically has knowledge of and sufficient experience in English-language education at the university level; or
(5) A person considered to be similar to any of (1) through (4) above and who is specifically sufficiently experienced in English-language education at the university or high school level.
*Applicants of any nationality are welcome to apply.

[Starting date] April 1, 2018

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

[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 for two weeks in August and two weeks in February.

[Work hours] Monday to Friday 8:50-17:00 & 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 ¥320,000 (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.
*The English Instructors position is designated as a teaching position, not a researcher position. However, instructors are able to receive a fund (for the purpose of improving the quality of their classes and education) from Rikkyo University called Grant-in-aid. A Researcher Number will not be provided by the university.

[Holiday]
Sundays
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 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

[Selection stages]
1. First Stage: Screening of application document (Early October)
2. Second Stage: Model Teaching and Personal Interview (October through November)
*Tentatively, notification of official offer of employment is scheduled to be made by the end of January, 2018.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-09-25
Contact details: 
[Application document] Submit Documents 1 to 4 as e-mail attachments by the application deadline. Document Number 5 (references) must be submitted by each referee as e-mail attachment. No other formats will be accepted. 1. Cover Letter (Designated Form) 2. Rikkyo Formatted Curriculum Vitae (Designated Form) 3. Activity Plan and Rationale (Designated Form) 4. Academic Degrees (Submit photocopies)   ・ Master’s or your highest Degree   ・ TESOL-related Certificates / Diplomas if applicable 5. References - 2 recommendations (Download the designated form and forward a copy to each of your referees. *Referees must submit their completed form to us via e-mail directly.) ◆Download Rikkyo University designated forms on http://www.rikkyo.ac.jp/academics/undergraduate/zenkari/edc_faculty/recruitment/english/ [Place of submission] 1. Submit Application Document Number 1 to 4 as e-mail attachments. Email:  edc-recruit@rikkyo.ac.jp 2. Have each referee to submit Document Number 5 as e-mail attachment directly. Email:  edc-recruit@rikkyo.ac.jp *Submit all the application documents for the attention of “Personnel Section, Center for English Discussion Class, Rikkyo University”. [Application deadline] Monday, September 25, 2017 12:00 noon (Japan Standard Time)

Full-time Lecturer, Associate Professor or Professor, Tokyo City University, Tokyo and Yokohama (9/30)

Foreign Languages Education Center of Tokyo City University is looking for teachers to teach English (Reading & Writing, Communication Skills, TOEIC Preparation, and other

Job details: 

Research field: Humanities/Social sciences/Natural sciences

Employment status:
Professor and Associate Professor: Full time (tenured) 
※The age of retirement is 65 years old.
Lecturer: Full time (non-tenured)
※Three-year contract, renewable for an additional two years

Number of positions: 2 positions

Position Start Date: April 1, 2018

Salary: Based on the payment regulation of the university.

Requirements for Application:
(1) Native speaker of English or native-level English proficiency (English at C1 or above on CEFR )
(2) Master's degree or higher
Japanese proficiency sufficient to fulfill administrative and other duties at university
At least 2 years experience of teaching English at university level or equivalent
(3) Willingness to teach students at any English proficiency level and perform required duties for the Foreign Languages Education Center
(4) Able to work at any of the three TCU campuses (in Tokyo and Yokohama)
It is preferable for applicants to have some English teaching certificate such as
TESOL or CELTA, and to have ability and willingness to teach English subjects to postgraduate students

Documents to be submitted for application:
(1)Curriculum vitae with attached photo (including name, gender, date of birth, nationality, current address, phone number, e-mail address, current occupation, education after senior high school,work experience, degrees, qualifications, academic societies the applicant belongs to, any awards and/or punishments) written in English or Japanese(the photo should be taken within six months of the application)
(2)A list of teaching experiences
(any college/university courses currently or previously taught by the applicant)
(3)A list of publications (categorized into books, peer-reviewed academic papers, non-reviewed papers, oral presentations, and others) and a list of educational activities, each shown in order of recent publication
(4)Off-prints or photocopies of three or more major publications (in the last 8 years)
(5)One essay in Japanese on the applicant's ideas for English education at TCU, and one essay in Japanese on the applicant's research plan (each in approximately 800 Japanese letters)
(6) A photocopy of the applicant's highest academic degree
(7) A photocopy of the English teaching certificate as well as language ability certificate for non-natives
(8)Contact information for three academic references
In the selection process, they may be contacted regarding character and professional abilities of the applicant

Application deadline: September 30, 2017 Deadline for receipt

Address for document submission and further inquiry:
Prof. Kuniko Yoshida Foreign Languages Education Center , Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Tokyo City University (Yokohama Campus)
3-3-1 Ushikubo-nishi, Tsuzuki-ku,yokohama,Kanagawa 224-8551

※The documents should be sent either by registered mail or by express delivery service.
Please write the following in red on the envelope: “Application: Foreign Languages Education Center.""
The documents will not be returned unless a self-addressed stamped envelope is enclosed.

Selection process:
After the screening, selected applicants will be asked to visit the Setagaya Campus for an interview and to give a lecture on a required subject in English.
The candidates will not be reimbursed for their travel expenses.

Contact details:
E-mail :eng-jinji@tcu.ac.jp
※Inquiry by e-mail only

Deadline: 
Sat, 2017-09-30
Contact details: 
Prof. Kuniko Yoshida Foreign Languages Education Center , Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences Tokyo City University (Yokohama Campus) 3-3-1 Ushikubo-nishi, Tsuzuki-ku,yokohama,Kanagawa 224-8551

Adjunct Lecturer - Professional Development: NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo (6/10/18)

We are excited to announce the expansion of our professional development program and seek individuals with professional experience who can help develop and deliver non-credit c

Job details: 

NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo
Adjunct Lecturer - Professional Development

Established in 2013, NYUSPS Tokyo offers high quality language and applied professional education that combines academic theory and the rich professional expertise of industry practitioners from Tokyo’s business community. This creates a dynamic teaching and learning environment in which students gain and apply practical skills to solve complex, real-world problems of business and society.

Our students have diverse learning goals including professional advancement or career change, preparation for an international position, executive education abroad, and personal development. Our classes are highly interactive for students with a focus on group work, discussion and critical thinking.

We are excited to announce the expansion of our professional development program and seek individuals with professional experience who can help develop and deliver non-credit courses in the following industry areas:

Financial Technology
Entrepreneurship
Business innovation
Leadership and team management
Marketing and Public Relations
Hospitality, tourism, travel services
Sports management and operations
Renewable energy
Cyber security
Gerontology

This position is suitable for professionals with extensive industry experience, a commitment to education, and a desire to make a difference in the lives of professionals in Tokyo.

Education: Master’s degree in business, education, or other relevant field
Experience: Substantial industry experience
Language: We offer courses in English and Japanese so proficient speakers of either language may apply

Priority given to candidates with:

- Experience teaching and designing classes in response to professional development objectives

- Knowledge of professional and executive education trends in Japan
Innovative and collaborative approaches to instruction and curriculum development

- Business level of proficiency in English and Japanese

Key Responsibilities:

Teach professional development courses (from as few as three hours per week)
Support the design of new courses in your academic and industry specialism.

Start: Flexible

Terms: Competitive hourly teaching rate. Must be available to teach evenings or Saturdays.

Deadline: 
Sun, 2018-06-10
Contact details: 
To Apply: Email a cover letter and CV to Barnaby Pelter: barnaby.pelter@nyu.edu Please state ‘Adjunct Lecturer, Professional Development’ in subject line.

Shokutaku Jokyo II (Full-time non-tenured instructor) position offered at the Faculty of Letters, Aichi University (Toyohashi Campus) (10/2)

This position carries considerable responsibility within a small department of English majors, and is for one year renewable up to four times by mutual agreement.

Job details: 

1. Qualifications: (a) Native speaker ability in English (b) Strong background in ESL/EFL/ELF or related field (c) Experience teaching in Japan (preferably at university level) (d) Master’s degree or equivalent (e) Working knowledge of Japanese
2. Initial contract: April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019 (renewable 4 times, up to five
years, by mutual agreement)
3. Courses: Teaching core skills to major students in Contemporary International English Program (courses may include any of: Oral Strategies, Oral Comprehension, Essential Grammar, Current Issues I~IV, Preparation for TOEIC/TOEFL, Listening Strategies, New Media English, Principles of FLT), and non-major students in other courses of the Faculty of Letters.
4. Duties: (a) Responsible for up to ten classes of ninety minutes per week during two fifteen-week semesters (b) Thirty-five hours per week of attendance on campus required (including teaching, tutoring hours and Language Café) (c) In principle, part time work at other institutions is not permitted.
5. Remuneration: (a) ¥450,000 per month (b) Research subsidy of ¥200,000 per annum.
6. Benefits: (a) For teachers hired from within Japan, assistance will be provided for
necessary expenses resulting from travel and relocation to a new place of
residence within reasonable commuting distance of Toyohashi campus. Accommodation cannot be provided by the university (b) For teachers hired from abroad, travel expenses will be paid, including one economy-class round-trip air ticket (up to ¥150,000) and travel within Japan to Aichi University. Accommodation will be provided if required.
7. Social insurance: All employees are required to join the Mutual Aid Association of Private School Personnel for health insurance and other benefits. Premium payments will be divided equally between the university and the employee.
8. Application materials: (a) Resume / CV with recent photo attached
and a covering letter (Form from the Aichi University website)
(b) A course schedule for teaching Oral Strategies (15 classes + exam) and a detailed lesson plan for one class from the course.
(c) Two letters of reference.
All materials should be in one envelope, marked clearly in red “Bungakubu Shokutaku Jokyo II”, and mailed to -

KYOMUKA
The Faculty of Letters
Aichi University
1-1 Machihata-cho
Toyohashi,
Aichi Prefecture
441-8522 Japan
Tel: +81-532-47-4117
Fax: +81-532-47-4136
URL: http://www.aichi-u.ac.jp/

9. Information: Please contact the office of KYOMUKA by e-mail with any questions about this position. For inquiry, use the subject header ""APPLICATION."" Inquiries, but not applications, may be submitted by email: tkyomu@ml.aichi-u.ac.jp

10. Deadline: Applications must be received by October 2, 2017. Selected applicants will be invited for interview after screening. Applicants from abroad may be asked to interview using video-conferencing. All personal information supplied in an application will be strictly protected according to regulations of the Aichi University and used for no other purpose than for employment selection. Please note that documents submitted are not returnable.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-10-02
Contact details: 
All materials should be in one envelope, marked clearly in red “Bungakubu Shokutaku Jokyo II”, and mailed to – KYOMUKA The Faculty of Letters Aichi University 1-1 Machihata-cho Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture 441-8522 Japan

Assistant professor (Jokyo), Hiroshima Jogakuin University (10/2)

Teacher for Basic English (kiso-eigo) classes.

Job details: 

1. Research field: TESOL, TEFL, TESL, applied linguistics or language-teaching related area
2. Classes: Basic English (kiso-eigo), required subject for 1st- and 2nd-year students
3. Position: Assistant professor (Jokyo)(Full-time [Nontenured] 2-year contract with the possibility of further extensions---a maximum of 5 years in total. Renewal of contract is based on an appraisal of teaching and research achievements at the end of the 2nd and 4th years.)
4. No. of positions: 1 position (native English-level proficiency)
5. Qualifications:
(1) Master’s degree in a relevant research field (see above).
(2) Experience of teaching at university level is preferred.
(3) A working command of the Japanese language is preferred.
(4) Understanding of our founding spirit based on Christianity.
(5) Ten 90-minute lessons per week.
(6) Student support in curricular and extracurricular activities.
(7) Obligations to support the school administration.
(8) Must live in Hiroshima city after taking up the post.
6. Starting date: April 1st 2018
7. Application deadline: Application materials must arrive by post no later than 17:00 JST on October 2nd 2017
8. Application materials:
(1) Curriculum Vitae with a color photo attached and date and year of birth written in.
(2) Copy of certificate of the highest degree earned.
(3) Copy of certificate of Japanese language ability if available.
(4) List of educational and research achievements.
(5) Copy or offprint of 3 major research works if available.
(6) Short essay about your educational philosophy (one page of A4-size paper).
9. Selection process:
(1) 1st screening: Document evaluation
(2) 2nd screening: Teaching demonstration and interview (applicants will be contacted directly)
(3) 3rd screening: Interview with president and chief director (applicants will be contacted directly)
*Overseas residents may be interviewed by Skype. On taking up the post, a medical report must be submitted.
10. Salary: Based on the Pay Regulations and the Fixed-term Employment Regulations of Hiroshima Jogakuin.
An example of an annual salary is approximately 3,620,000 yen including a bonus, in the case of a 29-year-old applicant with an MA and more than 6-year part-time teaching experience at tertiary education level. Housing and commuting allowances are provided monthly. A yearly research fund (150,000 yen) is also available. The above-mentioned estimates are based on the 2017 results.
11. Submission address:
Hiroshima Jogakuin University
Shomuka
4-13-1 Ushita-higashi, Higashi-ku
Hiroshima 732-0063
Japan
Write ‘Application form for Teaching Position: Basic English’ on the envelope in red. Send the application documents by registered mail. Online application is not accepted.
12. Results: Results will be informed to the applicant as soon as the screening process is over. Any questions or inquiry about this recruitment can be accepted only through email.
13. Contact(email only): Prof. Kyoko Yamashita, Director, Common Learning Center (shomu@gaines.hju.ac.jp)
14. Other information: If you wish to have your application materials returned, please enclose a self-addressed envelope with stamps to cover the return shipment. Otherwise submitted materials will be shredded by us.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-10-02
Contact details: 
Hiroshima Jogakuin University, Shomuka, 4-13-1 Ushita-higashi, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima, 732-0063, Japan

Part-time teaching position, Gakushuin University, Tokyo (9/12)

Foreign Language Teaching and Research Centre of Gakushuin University is looking for motivated English part-time teachers.

Job details: 

We are inviting applications from motivated English teachers who are either:
1) Native English-level proficiency, or
2) Native Japanese-level proficiency

Teaching Positions:
90-minute English communication and English reading classes for undergraduates, held once per week for 2x15-week semesters (courses are year-long from April to January).

Days and times of classes are negotiable, and pay depends on qualifications and experience. Positions are offered on a yearly basis, and are renewable by mutual agreement.

Qualifications:
Applicants must:
1. be native speakers of English, or have near-native proficiency with experience living in an English-speaking country OR
be native speakers of Japanese with near-native proficiency in English and experience of living in an English-speaking country
2. hold a Master’s degree or higher, in TESOL or a related field
3. have at least 3 years of teaching experience at university level in Japan
4. have published academic articles

Interested applicants should send by mail to the address below their complete resume, including educational background, work experience and list of publications, along with a one-page description in English of their approach to teaching.

Applicants should indicate their availability to teach (days and times) in their cover letter. Please write “Part-Time (English) 2018” in red ink on the envelope.

Application deadline: September 12, 2017
(Applications must arrive by this date.)

We regret that we are unable to respond to inquiries by telephone.

Foreign Language Teaching & Research Centre
Gakushuin University
Mejiro 1-5-1
Toshima-ku
Tokyo 171-8588

Deadline: 
Tue, 2017-09-12
Contact details: 
Foreign Language Teaching & Research Centre Gakushuin University Mejiro 1-5-1 Toshima-ku Tokyo 171-8588

Full-time English Instructor,Trajal Hospitality&Tourism College,Tokyo (9/30)

College specialize in the tourism industry is seeking energetic and fun Native English-level proficiency teachers.The candidates must be energetic & motivated.

Job details: 

Job Description to include: * Preparing for and teaching with the materials provided by the school. * Check test and grade the students. * Help with the occasional demo lessons to help recruit new students. Requirements: * Conversational Japanese or fluency in the language is a plus. * Native English-level proficiency only. * Proper visa is necessary. * Experience teaching is a plus. * Candidates with related teaching experience or TEFL/TESOL certificates are indeed welcomed. Contract stipulation: *Contract period A year *Limited contract period Within 5 years *Working hours 5 days a week 7 hours and a half Shift work *Days off and holidays Regular days off : Every Sundays, National holidays, Summer vacation(3 days from June to September), New Year's holiday( 30th of December~4th of January) Bereavement and special leaves are not applied. *Special holidays Spring(5 days in consecutive) Summer(20 days) Winter(5 days:23rd ~29th of December) ※A compensatory day off received when one works on a holiday *Wages Monthly wages are paid monthly. Pay day : 25th of every month. Additional pay rate for overtime is under below ・Legal overtime :1.25% No bonus Performance bonus is paid. Full compensation for travel expenses. *Wage Rise Take performance into account *Annual paid leave Yes *Insurance(Health and Pension) Yes *Employment insurance Yes *Company rules Office regulations and corporation by-laws are not applied. *Medical checkup Yes (Annual)

Deadline: 
Sat, 2017-09-30
Contact details: 
<p>Contact details for application submission</p> <p>* Email&nbsp;<a href="mailto:saiyo@trajal.ac.jp">saiyo@trajal.ac.jp</a></p> <p>* Address&nbsp;Trajal Hospitality&amp;Tourism College 3-18-11 Higashi-nakano Nakano-ku Tokyo Japan</p>
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