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Cambridge English Speaking Examiner Training, Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026), /Chubu (7/19)

Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026) seeks experienced professionals for a free Speaking Examiners training for A2 Key (K

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Description:
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; A2 Key (KET), B1 Preliminary (PET). The training and certification are free but the travel and accommodation cost should be covered by applicants.
Date:  [Training] Saturday, 28th July, (one day)
  [Certification] Sunday, 29th July, (a half day)
Location Nagoya
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/or 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: 
Thu, 2018-07-19
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 NB. Please state that you are responding to the advertisement for Chubu area

Cambridge English Speaking Examiner Training, Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026), /Kanto (7/5)

Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026) seeks experienced professionals for a free Speaking Examiners training for A2 Ke

Job details: 

Description:
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; A2 Key (KET), B1 Preliminary (PET). 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 1-2 hour travel time from Sendai.)
Date:  [Training] Saturday, 14th July, (one day)
  [Certification] Sunday, 15th July, (a half day)
Location 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/or 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: 
Thu, 2018-07-05
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 NB. Please state that you are responding to the advertisement for Kanto area

Part-time university/college English Instructor (8/1)

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Part-time university/college English instructor

Qualification:
- Masters in TESOL or Masters in a related subject with TESOL/TEFL certification
- Significant experience teaching English at colleges/universities in Japan

Duties:
- Conduct practical and communicative classes
- Keep track of important lesson details
- Attend course orientations

Schedule/Time:
- Vary based on university's academic calendar

Salary:
- Will be discussed upon interview, usually ¥2,500~4,500

Benefits:
- Travel expenses to/from work location reimbursed

Application Process:
- Current CV
- Cover letter (please indicate where you saw the job posting)

Please specify your availability when you apply.

Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Other than university position, we have several part-time positions.
If you are interested, please feel free to contact us!

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-08-01
Contact details: 
recruit@berkeleyhouse.co.jp

Immersion English Guide (Part-Time) (6/30)

Work in a world-class facility providing visiting students with various programs, including simulated experiences speaking English in daily

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Position
Immersion English Guide (Part-Time)

Job Description
Immersion English experience in the Tokyo area. Work in a world-class facility providing visiting students with various programs, including simulated experiences speaking English in daily life situations overseas in such places as airports and restaurants. There will also be programs dealing with science and technology, business, international contribution and international exchange, in which students discuss in English how to work out solutions or new ideas through group work. Escort and advise Japanese students taking part in the various weekday, holiday, and overnight programs. Participate in role-plays and encourage students to speak in English. Provide a scaffolding for conversation. Students range in ages from elementary school children to senior high school students. Curriculum and training is provided.

Requirements
・Fluent English speaker
・Live in Tokyo area
・Work or Student visa. Sponsorship not available
・Fun, Friendly, Outgoing, and Responsible
・Teaching experience preferred, not required
・Japanese speaking ability not required

Working Hours
5-hour Flex Shift between 8:15 ~ 17:30
3 teaching hours plus 2 non-teaching work hours (total 5 hours)
7-hour training day in advance of working day

Working Days
Any combination of the following dates. Only one day is okay.
Thursday, September 6
Tuesday, September 11
Tuesday, October 23
Thursday, November 22
Monday, December 10
Tuesday, December 11
Tuesday, December 18
Wednesday, December 19
Thursday, December 20
*Additional dates available in 2019.

Remuneration
10,000 yen per day
10,000 yen per training day
Transportation reimbursed

Location
Odaiba, Tokyo

Contact
recruit@wingglobal.com

Deadline: 
Sat, 2018-06-30
Contact details: 
recruit@wingglobal.com

Part-time English Instructor, Otsuma Women's University, Tokyo (6/6)

Faculty of Social Information Studies at Otsuma Women’s University (Chiyoda Campus) is seeking a part-time English instructor.

Job details: 

Position: Part-time one-year contract, renewable upon mutual agreement. Teaching day: Wednesday (1st -3rd periods). Courses: First-year courses for non-English major students (beginner/high beginner level). Campus: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Sobu or Yurakucho Line, 10 minutes from Ichigaya Station, Hanzomon Line, 5 minutes from Hanzomon Station, Tozai Line, 12 minutes from Kudanshita Station. Start date: September 1st, 2018.  Compensation: According to university pay scale. Qualifications: (1) Master’s degree in TESOL or closely related field. (2) Advanced proficiency in English with a working knowledge of Japanese. (3) Two or more academic publications. (4) At least one year of teaching experience at the university level in Japan. Selection process: Short-listed candidates will be contacted, and interviewed on either June 11th (Mon), 13th (Wed) or 14th (Thur). Application requirements: (1) CV, including visa status and photo (3cm by 4cm). (2) List of publications.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-06-06
Contact details: 
<p>The application materials should be submitted by email to Prof. Ryuji Harada by July 6th (Wed). Telephone inquiries will not be accepted.</p>

International Preschool & Kindergarten Teacher (6/20)

Kspace is currently searching for part time and full time qualified, experienced and creative teachers to join our expanding team of educators

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We are a thriving International School located in the heart of Shirokanedai. Our team is assembled of some of the brightest and most talented teachers in Tokyo and we are looking for great team players who also can independently allow their natural teaching talents to shine through on a daily basis.

Special consideration will be given for those who have musical talent. Playing guitar, piano, cello or any other instrument would be a strong bonus and well suited for our creative environment.

We are a thriving International School located in the heart of Shirokanedai. Our team is assembled of some of the brightest and most talented teachers in Tokyo and we are looking for great team players who also can independently allow their natural teaching talents to shine through on a daily basis.

Starting Salary 250,000 to 400,000 for full timers. Part time salaries negotiable.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-06-20
Contact details: 
https://jobsinjapan.com/display-job/14294/International-Preschool-&-Kindergarten-Teacher.html

Short Term Summer Music Teacher (6/15)

SMIS-English, a part of St Michael’s International School, is looking for an energetic and dynamic Music teacher for its Summer School programme.

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SMIS-English, a part of St Michael’s International School, is looking for an energetic and dynamic Music teacher for its Summer School programme. The Summer School runs from 30 July-10 August Monday-Friday, with music classes from 12:00-3:30. Applicants must be reliable and available all ten days.

Qualifications:
Passion for teaching young learners
Native, or near native English ability
Sound knowledge of musical education
Highly organised and able to work independently
Legally able to work in Japan

Pay is 3000-3300 JPY per hour plus transportation up to 1500 JPY per day with lunch provided. SMIS-English is located in the heart of Kobe, an easy walk from Sannomiya and Motomachi JR stations. Interested applicants should send a CV and brief cover letter outlining relevant experience to Jonathan Bunch at elsrecruitment@smis-mail.org before 15 June 2018.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-06-15
Contact details: 
elsrecruitment@smis-mail.org

Adjunct (Part-time) Language Lecturer, NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo (6/8)

New York University School of Professional Studies Tokyo (NYUSPS Tokyo) is seeking experienced and talented adjunct faculty to teach courses in English f

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New York University School of Professional Studies Tokyo (NYUSPS Tokyo) is seeking experienced and talented adjunct faculty to teach courses in English for Academic Purposes and Business English. Courses include but are not limited to:

* Grammar for Clear Communication
* TOEFL Test Skills
* Critical Thinking through Fiction
* International Business Communication
* Effective Meetings and Negotiations

Qualified applicants will:

* Hold a Master’s Degree or higher in TESOL, linguistics, education, or a business-related field.
* Have at least two years of experience teaching of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) and/or English for Academic Purposes (EAP) to adult learners. Experience developing curricula and teaching Business English courses and/or specialized business-related topics is desirable.
* Be highly proficient in spoken and written English.
* Already reside in Japan and possess a necessary working visa.

Priority will be given to candidates who:

* Bring innovative and collaborative approaches to their work.
* Are versatile in teaching students at different proficiency levels.
* Possess the ability to develop courses that can develop students’ language skills as well as content knowledge.
* Are available to teach evenings and weekends.

Salary: Adjunct faculty are paid by the course/hour. The hourly rate is 10,000 yen inclusive of preparation time.

Approximate start date: NYUSPS Tokyo is accepting applications now for adjunct instructors for the Summer term (07/17 - 09/30). Applicants are requested to send the following materials to: .

* A cover letter summarizing your qualifications and interest in the position.
* A CV that includes names and contact information for 2-3 professional and/or academic referees.
* A syllabus from a previous course that you have taught.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-06-08
Contact details: 
nyuspstokyo.recruiting@nyu.edu

Full-time English as a Foreign Language Instructor (8/1)

Job details: 

START DATE: September 2018

BASE SALARY: ¥270,000

BENEFITS:
- Travel expenses to/from work location reimbursed
- National holidays (these depend on client calendars, so may fluctuate)
- Assistance in finding furnished or unfurnished accommodation with no initial move-in fees

MAIN DUTIES:
- Teaching young language learners (Jr. High / High School, Colleges / Universities) and adults (business or general English)
- Administering Berkeley House level checks and helping assign textbooks based on language level and lesson focus
- Keeping track of important lesson details on class Record Sheets. Submitting class and student reports by deadlines.
- Attending course orientations and development workshops
- Regularly checking online lesson schedule system for updates and changes
- Occasional academic support office work

WORK SCHEDULE:
- Teaching / contract hours: 25-32 hours
- Monday-Friday or Tuesday- Saturday. two consecutive days off.
- Classes held between 9:00 - 21:00

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

Flexibility and diverse teaching abilities with young and adult language learners is vital! Our teachers work with a variety of students, from lower motivation high schoolers attending an English language camp to high-level executives preparing for business negotiations.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate will
- Possess a four-year degree from an accredited university plus a CELTA, TESOL, TESL, or teaching certificate. (Candidates who have an MA/MS in any discipline plus a language teaching certificate are preferred.)
- Have at least two years' experience teaching non-native speakers of English
- Have an understanding of English grammar and sentence structure
- Japanese language skills are not required, but a plus

TRAINING
Up to twenty hours initial training is required for all Berkeley House teachers. This is to familiarize our teachers with Berkeley House methods, techniques, and materials. To begin teaching, new teachers must give a successful demonstration lesson at the end of training.
Course specific orientations will be held for certain positions. Attendance is mandatory to understand the program, students, and materials. Follow-up training and development is also required based on staff and student feedback.

APPLICATION PROCESS
Please submit the following materials to apply for the position:
1. Current CV.
2. Cover letter (please indicate where you saw the job posting).
3. Berkeley House Employment Applications (1 and 2)
*You will find application forms through our website. http://berkeleyhouse.co.jp/company/employment

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 possibly company President. Candidates will also be asked to present a 30-minute teaching demonstration.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-08-01
Contact details: 
recruit@berkeleyhouse.co.jp

English Language Assessor Minato-ku, Tokyo (6/25)

GBC English Language Assessors do not deliver training but rather score the strengths and weaknesses of individuals in regard to language proficiency and inter

Job details: 

Berlitz is accepting applications for a full-time language assessor for the head office. The position will begin in summer, 2018.

Salary ¥290,000/m

Applicants must:

• hold a minimum of a bachelor's degree from an accredited university
• be a native-level speaker of English
• have a background in or knowledge of language testing would be beneficial
• have a minimum of a BA or BS degree
• have excellent English writing skills
• have a good attention to detail and strong analytical skills
• have an ability to work quickly and efficiently with minimum supervision (once trained)
• have good interpersonal skills: the ability to build strong relationships with external and internal customers
• be dedicated to providing outstanding customer service
• be computer literate
• have the ability to follow a standardised process
• be available for a face-to-face interview in Tokyo

The basic tasks are:

• ​e​valuate and rate proficiency interviews
• ​produce benchmark and progress reports for our corporate clients
• ​c​onduct GBC interviews on an ad hoc basis
• ​w​ork with the Berlitz Sales Department to ensure smooth delivery of assessments
• ​oversee the quality control of our interviewers
• ​c​onduct GBC interview training sessions as required

​Working schedule:

• the hours are Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (37.5 / week).
​• straight working hours; no split work shifts
• not required to work in the evenings
• weekends off ​

Deadline: 
Mon, 2018-06-25
Contact details: 
https://jobsinjapan.com/display-job/14762/English-Language-Assessor.html
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