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The Assistant Director, Programs - NYU SPS Tokyo

The Assistant Director, Programs will be a member of the NYU SPS Tokyo leadership team responsible for overseeing program delivery, supervising faculty, and providing cross-

Job details: 

Responsibilities
1. Program delivery
● Support the Director to develop and deliver high quality, commercially viable
English language and industry-specific professional development programs.
● Manage all aspects of program delivery, including project planning,
establishing schedules and workflows, allocating resources, etc.
● Work with the Director to plan and deliver one-off, high profile events
including industry workshops and conferences to extend our reach and build
brand awareness.
2. Faculty coordination
● Administer course evaluations and manage curriculum development and
review.
● Support hiring and onboarding of full-time and adjunct faculty. Ensure faculty
adherence to Center policy, teaching standards, and student learning
objectives.
● Expand the adjunct faculty team to meet the needs of English language and
professional content courses taught in English and Japanese.
3. Operational support
● Be the primary contact on the academic and operational needs of the
programs, including:
❏ Determining faculty schedules and course assignment
❏ Addressing special student situations
❏ Responding to faculty administrative requests
● Serve as primary liaison between faculty and operations teams.

Education
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree degree in business, management, TESOL, or education

Experience
● 8-10 years’ work experience including supervisory responsibility
● Management and successful delivery of large-scale, complex projects
● Experience operating in a multicultural and bilingual professional environment (Japanese/English)
Preferred: Educational program development and administration; professional experience in US and
Japan Higher Educational institutions

Skills and Knowledge
● Project management: plan, develop, implement, and evaluate academic programs
● People management and leadership
● Written and spoken fluency in Japanese and English
● Ability to balance the needs of diverse stakeholders in a challenging environment
● Commercial savvy and market awareness
● Interest in the Japanese educational landscape, issues, and trends

Location and Schedule
This is a full time position based in Shinagawa, Tokyo. Candidates must be willing and able to work some evenings and Saturdays.

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and CV to Barnaby Pelter, Director NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo: barnaby.pelter@nyu.edu

Deadline: 
Tue, 2017-02-28
Contact details: 
Interested candidates should email a cover letter and CV to Barnaby Pelter, Director NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo: barnaby.pelter@nyu.edu

English Instructor, Happy Science University, Tokyo Campus

Job details: 

Successful applicants must have native English-level proficiency, will have a minimum Bachelors Degree with teacher training. Preference will be given to applicants with an M.A. in TESOL or a related field, and university teaching experience. Part-time contract: two semesters (one year), renewable by mutual consent. Salary: TBA, based on qualifications and experience. Location: HSU Tokyo Campus, near Toyocho Stn, Tozai Line. Starting Date: April 1, 2017. Application Documents: resume/c.v. (with photograph), cover letter, two references. Short-listed candidates will be invited to an interview and teaching demonstration at the Chiba Campus. HSU is a religious institution for higher education.

Deadline: 
Tue, 2017-02-28
Contact details: 
Send application documents by email or registered mail to Mr. Kenji Mori, Section Chief: kenji-mori@happy-science.org Happy Science University, 4427-1 Hitotsumatsu-hei, Chosei-mura, Chosei-gun, Chiba-ken 299-4325, Japan. Interviews will be conducted at the Chiba Campus of HSU. Travel expenses to the interview will be paid by Happy Science University.

English Instructor, Private JHS/SHS, Saitama

Project Genius is looking for an instructor who can teach both EFL lessons as well as Home Economics class using content based instruction at one of our client schools in Saitama.

Job details: 

This is a full time position on site at a private junior/senior high school in Saitama near Minami Urawa station. The candidate will be teaching both regular EFL classes as well as Home Economics class. Instructors will be required to teach every Monday to Friday as well as every other Saturday.

The salary will be 280,000 yen + transportation expenses per month for the duration of the contract, regardless of the number of teaching hours per month. We occasionally provide a higher rate for Master’s-level degree holders in Education or Linguistics-related fields or candidates that hold a teaching license.

We employ working-visa-holders only, though we can assist in visa renewal when necessary. Applicants will have native English-level proficiency. Although not required, Japanese language skills will be helpful to communicate with teachers, staff, and students, as well.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-02-20
Contact details: 
Please apply through the following website: https://jobs.gaijinpot.com/job/view/company_id/7595/lang/en/orderby/latest/job_id/117215#.WJPuEBp95PY

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

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) – Osaka / Tokyo / Yokohama / Aichi

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. A teaching license is also an advantage.

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:

Osaka  kansai@joes.or.jp (please put Job Application as the Subject)

Tokyo/Yokohama/Aichi  kyoshitsu@joes.or.jp (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;
http://www.joes.or.jp/info/introduction.html

Applications will be accepted until February 28, 2017 and interviews will
be arranged in early March.

Deadline: 
Tue, 2017-02-28
Contact details: 
kyoshitsu@joes.or.jp

Teacher of English, British Council, Tokyo

We are recruiting for a range of posts in differing contexts, including teaching undergraduates in a national university, o

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We are recruiting for a range of teaching posts in differing contexts, with successful candidates being made employment offers related to work on projects based upon their assessed suitability. In detail, we are looking to recruit a number of teachers for a project teaching undergraduates in a national university, several teachers for a flagship project team teaching in junior high schools, and a number of teachers to perform a more mixed role involving teaching not only a range of classes for adults at our teaching centres but also working at times in universities with the possibility of teaching young learners on expanding Young Learner partner projects. Applicants must be expert speakers of English with a bachelor’s degree and a working visa who hold the Cambridge CELTA or Trinity Cert (TESOL) and have at least two years full-time post-qualification teaching experience. It is also desirable that you hold Cambridge DELTA or Trinity Diploma and/or the CELTA Young Learner Extension or the TYLEC. Candidates with experience in the Japanese schools system are particularly encouraged to apply. This post is only open to candidates who already possess a current working visa for Japan

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-02-10
Contact details: 
<p>Job applications must be made through the British Council Global Recruitment website: https://jobs.britishcouncil.org/LoginV2.aspx</p>

Teacher of English to Young Learners, British Council, Tokyo

The British Council Tokyo Teaching Centre is looking for a qualified teacher of young learners to join our large and dynamic team.

Job details: 

"The British Council Tokyo Teaching Centre is looking for a qualified teacher of young learners to join our large and dynamic team. Due to the expansion of our Young Learner programme we are seeking to employ a teacher with experience in, and enthusiasm for, teaching young learners of aged 4 upwards. The majority of the teaching work will be done on our young learner programme but the selected candidate will also at times be required to teach adult classes in a variety of contexts. Applicants must be expert speakers of English with a bachelor’s degree and a working visa who hold the Cambridge CELTA or Trinity Certificate (TESOL), and ideally have substantial post-qualification experience of teaching young learners as well as adults. It is also desirable that you hold the CELTA Young Learner Extension or the TYLEC, and the Cambridge DELTA or Trinity Diploma. Please note: This post is only open to candidates who already possess a current working visa for Japan To apply for this position, you must be willing and available to teach on either a Monday to Friday or Tuesday to Saturday working pattern. The contract is for 30 hours a week, with up to 18 hours per week of classroom contact time. Start date: 3 April 2017 Closing date for applications: 2 February 2017 23:59 UK time, (3 February 2017 08:59 Japan time). Job applications must be made through the British Council Global Recruitment website: https://jobs.britishcouncil.org/LoginV2.aspx

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-02-10
Contact details: 
<p>Job applications must be made through the British Council Global Recruitment website: https://jobs.britishcouncil.org/LoginV2.aspx</p>

Part-time Lecturer, Center for Liberal Arts, Ferris University

High-level English speaker for Monday or Friday classes

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Seeking part-time lecturer with high-level English skills and basic Japanese ability for Monday or Friday morning classes (first and second periods) from April. Campus is in Ryokuen, Izumi-ku, Yokohama.

Master's degree or higher in language or education-related field required. At least two years of university-level teaching experience required. Three publications desired.

Send CV with photo and contact information for two references by email to Karen Mattison.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-02-03
Contact details: 
Send to karen_mattison@ferris.ac.jp

Part time EFL teacher

Job details: 

Hosei University Daini (Second) Junior High School is offering a part time EFL teaching position (18 classes a week, 4 days a week) to small classes of about 16 students each, in first, second and third years (aged 12 to 15).

Curriculum, text, and supplementary materials are provided. An experienced senior instructor will provide guidance and support.

Monthly salary: approximately \252,000 plus a transportation allowance.

Location: 10-minute walk from Musashikosugi Station (Kawasaki) on the
Meguro, Toyoko, and Nanbu lines.

This is an annual contract beginning April 1, 2017.

The successful applicant will have native-speaker level English skills and
hold a 4-year university degree plus TEFL training (or the equivalent). EFL teaching experience at the junior high school level in Japan is an asset but is not required.

Proper (and unrestricted) working visa is required.

Please send resume, attention:

Dr. Herbert Brauer

hbrauer@hosei2.ed.jp

Applications will be accepted until February 28, 2017 and interviews will
be arranged in early March.

Short-listed candidates will be asked for a letter of reference.

All applicants will receive a response at the earliest opportunity.

Deadline: 
Tue, 2017-02-28
Contact details: 
hbrauer@hosei2.ed.jp

Part-time, short-term English instructor university classes in Kobe

Job details: 

Kounan Women's University in Kobe, Japan is scheduling two Nursing seminars as follows:
① Nursing seminar English Ⅲ [six sections] This course will use materials provided by the university and includes students who took a similar seminar last term. Starting May 11th or 18th – Thursday 13:00-14:30, class meets 7 times.

② Nursing seminar English Ⅱ[six sections] This course will use materials provided by the university that covers basic English communication in a nursing context. Starting October 16th or 23rd – Monday 10:40-12:10. Class meets 7 times.

Payment: 10,500 yen per 90-minute class plus transportation.

Candidates can apply for one or both seminars depending on their availability.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2017-02-15
Contact details: 
mparrish.efl@gmail.com

Teacher of English - Hourly-Paid: British Council, Tokyo

Job details: 

We are recruiting for highly motivated, flexible and customer oriented EFL teachers to join our professional team in Tokyo starting in Apr 2017. You need to have an undergraduate degree (any discipline), be qualified to at least certificate level or preferably diploma level (i.e. CELTA or DELTA or equivalent) and have 2 or more years of teaching experience (including IELTS preparation courses).The posts involve 6 hours teaching on Saturday and/ or Sunday each week. For more details and to apply, please follow the below link http://bit.ly/JPN-T-1461i

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-02-10
Contact details: 
<p>http://bit.ly/JPN-T-1461i</p>
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