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English Instructor: Berkeley House Language Center

ESP English Instructors for Tokyo 

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 for positions at corporations, universities, and/or at our schools.

SCHEDULE:
Workdays are typically Monday-Friday, with 25 teaching hours per week. In addition to teaching, instructors write reports, participate in meetings, and so forth. These are one-year contract positions, usually renewable.

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:
270,000 yen/month with transportation expenses in Japan being reimbursed and typically, a year-end bonus.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate will be:
• In possession of a four-year degree from an accredited university plus a TESOL, TESL, and/or teaching certificate. MA degrees preferred.
• Have at least three years’ experience teaching non-native adult speakers of English.

Please note-only such applicants who hold a Master’s Degree will be considered for positions at universities.

TO APPLY:
Please email Vallan Kantner (v.kantner -at- berkeleyhouse.co.jp) the following documents:
1. Current CV/Resume (word or pdf)
2. Cover letter which includes your ideal start date and location preferences
3. Two professional references
4. Copies of all diplomas and certifications

Deadline: 
Sat, 2017-04-01
Contact details: 
Vallan Kantner V.Kantner -at- berkeleyhouse.co.jp

Project-Based University Teacher, British Council, Tokyo

We are looking for EFL teachers with university teaching experience to join o

Job details: 

We are looking for eight highly motivated, flexible and customer oriented EFL teachers with university teaching experience to join our professional team in Tokyo on a project basis starting in April 2017.

The successful candidate will be required to deliver 17.5 hours of teaching per week - during the fixed term dates of the project only - at a national university in Western Tokyo on a 4-skills EAP course run in partnership with the British Council’s Tokyo teaching centre. There will be a bonus paid on successful completion of the project.

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 more than 2 years relevant teaching experience, gained through teaching a variety of levels and age groups, including university teaching experience.

This post is only open to candidates who already possess a current working visa for Japan.

Deadline: 
Thu, 2017-02-09
Contact details: 
Applications must be made through the British Council Global Website: http://bit.ly/2jhBCYf

Assistant Professor (講師) or Associate Professor (准教授) (Tenured)

The Department of English Language and Literature at Kyoto Notre Dame University invites c

Job details: 

Job Announcement for a Full-time Faculty Position
Department of English Language and Literature, Kyoto Notre Dame University

The Department of English Language and Literature at Kyoto Notre Dame University, located in Kyoto city, invites candidates for a full-time position, starting Oct, 2017 or April, 2018 with the following requirements and conditions.(http://www.notredame.ac.jp/about/recruit/teacher.html)

1. Position: Assistant Professor(講師)or Associate Professor(准教授) (Tenured)
2. Number of Positions: 1
3. Major Field:TESL/TEFL, SLA, English Communication, Intercultural Communication, Business
Communication, or related field
4. Department: Department of English Language and Literature (Faculty of Humanities and Social Science)
5. Duties:
(1) Classes
English: Reading I/II, Writing I/II, Speaking I/II,
Listening I/II, Academic Writing I/II, Basic Grammar, etc.
Lectures: Global English Lecture, etc.
Global English Course Coordinator
(2) Other duties: English Immersion Program Coordinator Committee, PR, Admission, Public lectures, etc.
6. Starting Date: October 1, 2017 or April 1, 2018
7. Labor Conditions:
(1) Working Hours According to Kyoto Notre Dame University employment regulations
(2) Salary According to Kyoto Notre Dame University employment regulations
(3) Holidays According to Kyoto Notre Dame University employment regulations
(4) Insurance Private School Personnel Mutual Aid System
8. Qualifications (all of the following must be satisfied):
(1) M.A. in TESL/TEFL, SLA, English Communication, Intercultural Communication,
Business Communication, or related field (Ph.D. preferred)
(2) Speaker of English with native-level fluency, and able to handle Japanese at work (for
general administrative tasks)
(3) Experience in and motivation for program and curriculum development
(4) High enthusiasm about education, research, and duties
(5) Residence within commuting distance of the University
9. Application materials:
(1) Curriculum Vitae (use the designated form)
(2) List of books, papers, and presentations (use the designated form)
(3) Single offprint/copy of each of three latest main academic publications. Each must
include a short abstract (500 words in English, or 1000 characters in Japanese).
(4) Statement of career goals / teaching philosophy
(5) Two references (name, affiliation, and contact info)
Note 1: Files for (1) and (2) are available at the University Home Page:
CV: https://www.notredame.ac.jp/about/recruit/word_jly/english/cv_engl.docx
List of Publications: https://www.notredame.ac.jp/about/recruit/word_jly/english/list_pub_engl...
Note 2: Attach proofs for publications that are “in print” or “to appear.”
Note 3: On the list of publications, mark three latest main publications with ○, and identify the most important work among the three with ◎.
Note 4: Submitted materials will not be returned to the applicant.
10. Application Deadline: May 19, 2017 (must be received)
11. Screening:
(1) Primary Selection (Based on resumes, written applications, etc.)
(2) Second Stage (Based on interview and research/teaching presentation)
※ Further details of “research/teaching presentation” will be given directly to the invited applicant.
※ We will not cover travel expenses.
※ The result of the screening will be notified to the applicant in writing.
12. Send documents to: 〒606-0847 京都市左京区下鴨南野々神町 1 番地 京都ノートルダム女子大学 教育支援部学事課 宛
NB: All application materials must be sent by registered mail/commercial parcel delivery. Please write in red on the envelope: “ATTN: Application Documents for the Department of English Language and Literature”
13. Questions should be sent to:
京都ノートルダ女子大学 教育支援部学事課
TEL: 075-706-3661
E-mail: gakuji@notredame.ac.jp

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-05-19
Contact details: 
〒606-0847 京都市左京区下鴨南野々神町 1 番地 京都ノートルダム女子大学 教育支援部学事課 宛

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:
http://bit.ly/2jC4UVu

Deadline: 
Thu, 2017-02-02
Contact details: 
Job applications must be made through the British Council Global Recruitment website: http://bit.ly/2jC4UVu

Junior and Senior High School English Teacher

Full-time (non-tenured) teaching position at a private junior and senior high school in Hiroshima. 

Job details: 

AICJ Junior and Senior High School is a privately-funded IB World School accommodating approximately 715 students. In junior high school we utilise a tailor-made curriculum satisfying the Japanese Ministry of Education’s requirements with a number of the courses in grades 7-9 taught in English in an immersion English environment. Math, music, science, physical education and English are taught by both foreign and Japanese teachers in junior high school. In high school, we operate a dual pathway system whereby students select either the domestic course to prepare for entry into Japanese universities or the internationally recognised IB Diploma Programme. Typically, students who aspire to attend overseas universities select the IB Diploma course.

The school is currently seeking experienced and highly dedicated teachers for the positions outlined below.

POSITION & WORKING CONDITIONS

The school has vacancies for English teaching positions in in the junior and senior high school to start in April 2017. Please note that there may be opportunity to teach English Literature on the IB Diploma course depending on experience.

Working conditions are detailed below:
- Full-time (non-tenured)
- Salary of 350,000 yen a month
- 22 days paid holiday a year
- All public holidays*
- 5 days holiday in Obon in accordance with school regulations
- 6 days holiday over New Year in accordance with school regulations
- Working hours are Monday to Friday 8am-5pm*
- Transport allowance will be paid in accordance with school regulations
- Teachers are automatically enrolled in the Private School Mutual Association Fund healthcare and pensions system

*Teachers may be asked to work during weekends or on public holidays; however, in such cases an exchange holiday will be given.

REQUIREMENTS & EXPERIENCE

- University degree. Please note, to be considered for the IB Diploma English literature position, applicants must hold a degree in English literature or a related subject
- Experience of teaching students with English as a second language
- Must currently reside in Japan
- A valid teaching qualification (desired)
- Experience of teaching in a Japanese private school (desired)
- Experience of teaching on the IB Diploma Programme (desired)

In addition to the above, AICJ expects teachers to be punctual, organised, reliable and willing to play an active role in the school community. Teachers are also expected to work as a part of a team and communicate effectively and support each other. It is therefore imperative, that applicants have strong communication, team-working and organisational skills. Furthermore, applicants should also demonstrate a desire to improve their teaching practice.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Applicants should submit their CV/resume outlining their teaching experience, education and work history along with a covering letter outlining their teaching philosophy, reasons for applying and suitability for the advertised position. Contact details of two referees from different organisations must also be provided.

Only successfully screened candidates will then be contacted for an interview and asked to submit a lesson plan. During the interview process, candidates may also be asked to deliver a demonstration lesson based on their lesson plan. If a candidate is asked to attend an interview, travel expenses will not be reimbursed by the school.

On offer of employment, candidates must provide their original university degree certificate and a university transcript so that a teaching licence from the local board of education can be obtained. The school will apply for the teaching licenses, however, candidates are expected to pay the full cost of licenses (approximately 3200 yen per license). Please note, any offer of employment is depended on the relevant teaching licences being obtained.

START DATE AND CONTRACTS

Positions will start in April 2017. Successful candidates will be given a contract up to March 31st 2019 which will be renewed depending on the performance of the teacher up to a maximum of 5 years.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-02-03
Contact details: 
All applications should be addressed to the Principal. Applications should be emailed to info@aicj.ed.jp Please include the title "English Teaching Position" as the title of the email.

English Teacher, Hibarigaoka Gakuen Elementary School, Takarazuka

This is an exciting opportunity for a creative, experienced English language teacher to join a brand new language program at a well established pr

Job details: 

Company: Hibarigaoka Gakuen Elementary School

http://hibari-els.com

Address: Hibarigaoka 4-2-1, Takaruzaka Shi, Hyogo Ken, 665 0805

Location: Takarazuka City

Position: Elementary School EFL Teacher

Work Type: Full Time / Experienced

Salary: ¥300,000 per month (negotiable, dependent on current salary, qualifications and experience)

Other benefits: Yearly bonus; monthly salary x 2.75

10,000 Yen per month accommodation allowance

Commuting allowance up to 45,000 yen per month

Visa sponsorship available

Paid Vacation: 10 days annual leave, plus 1 week mid August, and 1 week New Year

Working hours: 08:25 to 16:25, first and third Saturday of every month 08:25 to 13:00. Please be aware before applying that flexibility towards working hours is necessary, especially when there are school events.

Contract: 1 year, renewable

Start date: April 2017

Ideal candidate: The successful candidate will be a gifted teacher of young learners. The ideal candidate will also be keen to take a leadership role in planning creative lesson content with the aim of teaching English as a practical skill and enabling children to gain a global outlook and motivation to use English in the real world.

This is an excellent opportunity for a dedicated teacher who wants to make a difference. We are looking for someone who loves being in the classroom, and has a great rapport with children. This is also an ideal position for a creative individual who is skilled at lesson planning and making and adapting your own resources, a good team worker who can adapt to a Japanese work environment and differing cultural expectations.

Job requirements

* English: Native level proficiency

* Must have a TEFL qualification or a teaching licence in home country

* Must have a minimum of 3 years EFL teaching experience including experience of teaching in Japan and teaching the elementary school age group.

* Must have a university degree

* Must be creative, passionate, hard-working, flexible and dedicated.

* Must be able to work both independantly and as part of a team.

* Must be able to develop, plan and deliver stimulating and practical student centered lessons.

* Must be comfortable working in a Japanese work environment and willing to take on extra-curricular duties when necessary

* Must have basic conversational Japanese ability (JLPT 3)

Preferred

* Candidates who currently reside in Japan

* Candidates with IT experience

Please apply by sending a copy of your resume, and a letter of application explaining how you fit the above job requirements.

Closing date: February 10th

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-02-10
Contact details: 
Helen McNamara hibarigaokaenglish@gmail.com

Become an IELTS Examiner with JSAF (Kansai area)

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

Job details: 

Applicants are required to meet IELTS Examiner Minimum Professional Requirements (MPRs). Click to download the requirements.
http://www.idpielts.me/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/IELTS-Examiners-requirements-2015.pdf 
Please provide the required information and attach your updated CV. Only shortlisted candidates for IELTS Examiner training will be notified 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.
First Name (required)
Last Name (required)
Country (required)
E-mail address (required)
Telephone/Cell number (required)
Year of teaching experience (required)
Send your CV (required)
Successful applicants will be invited to Examiner Training scheduled on the 1st and 2nd April.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-02-10
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/ E-mail: jsaf-ielts@japanstudyabroad.org / http://www.jsaf-ieltsjapan.com/

English Teacher, Hiroshima Johoku Kindergarten

¥3.6M pa Kindergarten English Teacher

Job details: 

Johoku Kindergarten is located in Hesaka, approximately 20 minutes Hiroshima City center. There are approximately 300 students aged three to six years old and a faculty of 24.

From April 2017, a full time position has become available for an enthusiastic, motivated, and creative teacher of English.

Duties will include (but may not be limited to):
• taking a lead role in the development of an English program that promotes a natural culture of English use with the students.
• teaching English to all grades and associated curriculum planning/lesson preparation.
• liaising with staff on lesson content, school events etc.
• riding on the school bus to collect / take students home.
• spending time with students at lunch time and playing with them during their free time.
• running an after-school English club for students.
• participation in kindergarten events, such as sports day etc. Should these events fall on non-working days, holidays will be given in lieu.

Applicants must:
• possess a university B.A./B.S./B.Ed. (or equivalent).
• have experience teaching EFL to non-native speakers of English at the kindergarten or elementary school level and be familiar with TPR techniques.
• demonstrate experience (or competency) in curriculum / syllabus development.
• demonstrate an ability to be able to work individually and as part of a team.
• currently reside in Japan and be eligible to work.
• be able to use, at least, conversational Japanese.

In addition, applicants with professional qualifications in the field of ESL/EFL and/or teaching English to young learners will be favored.

Working hours and remuneration:
• Working hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30~17:00.
• A salary of ¥256,000 p.c.m. will be paid.
• In addition, first year annual bonuses will total ¥512,000 to give an annual total of ¥3,584,000.
• Following positive appraisals, and re-crontracting, the second and third year annual salary will increase to ¥3,724,000 and ¥3,864,000 respectively.
• Depending on individual circumstances travel expenses and a housing allowance will also be provided.
• In addition to national holidays, the successful candidate is entitled to 20 paid days leave on the understanding that, as far as possible, these days are used during non-term time.
• The school has a mandatory social/health insurance program. Johoku will contribute 50% towards the cost of this.

If you are interested in this position, please send a copy of your curriculum vitae/resume with photograph, along with a cover letter, not exceeding one page of A4, outlining your strengths and suitability for the position.

All applications should be addressed to The Management Team.
Applications should be emailed in PDF format to:
emp@hiroshimajohoku.ed.jp
Applications received before 5pm on February 10th will be considered. Selection will take place in the third and fourth weeks of February 2017.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-02-10
Contact details: 
The Management Team email: emp@hiroshimajohoku.ed.jp

English Instructor: Matsudo City JHS/SHS

Job details: 

CONTRACT TERMS and COMPENSATION
1) From April 2017 to March 2018 (with the possibility of renewal from April 2018)
2) Position: junior/ senior high school native English-speaking language teacher
3) Hours: 08:30 AM to 16:30 PM (Monday to Friday) for high school, 08:00 AM to 16:00 PM for junior high school, with some Saturdays.
4) Gross Salary: 330,000 yen per month.
5) Generous paid holidays.

DESIRED EXPERIENCE and QUALIFICATIONS
1) At least 2 years of teaching experience at the junior high school level in Japan.
2) Bachelor's degree or higher; a TESOL degree/teaching certification is preferred.
3) Native English-level proficiency
4) Computer proficiency: Word and Excel needed for lesson planning and record keeping.
5) Ethical, honest and compassionate. Must enjoy working with adolescents.
6) Professional, interpersonal and cultural skills to establish early and lasting trust, credibility and rapport at all levels of the organization.
7) Evidence of an ongoing commitment to professional development.

For any other inquiries about the nature of the position, please contact us by e-mail at: job2013@senshu-u-matsudo.ed.jp
However, please do NOT use this email address to send your resume; please use the postal address provided below.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-02-13
Contact details: 
To apply, please post hard-copies of the following documents: (1) Resume/CV (Curriculum Vitae) with cover letter (2) 2 Letters of reference (3) Copy of passport or recent photo Address: Yumi Matsugaki c/o Senshu University Matsudo Junior/Senior High School 2 - 3621 Kamihongo, Matsudo City, Chiba 〒271-8585 While we sincerely thank everyone for their applications and interest, only selected applicants will be contacted, no later than FEBRUARY 20th. Due to a large number of applicants, please refrain from making telephone inquiries. For more information about our school, please go to: http://www.senshu-u-matsudo.ed.jp .

English Teacher, International Pacific University, Okayama

Job details: 

Faculty of Education for Future Generations
English Teachers

1. Areas of Teaching
• General and Business English

2. Position
• Associate Professor, Lecturer, Assistant Lecturer

3. Employment Capacity
• Full-time with a fixed-term renewable contract
• Part-time

4. Selection Criteria
• Masters degree in applied linguistics, TESOL, language education, communication or cultural studies is required
• Native English-level proficiency
• Experience in teaching three years or more (part-time or full-time) at universities, junior colleges or vocational schools is desirable
• Able to live within a commutable distance
• Japanese language ability for e-mail exchanges, day-to-day communication with colleagues and meetings is preferred

5. Possible courses to teach
English I (basic), English II (intermediate), English Conversation, Current Affairs, Business English, Oral Communication, Comparative Cultural Studies, English Extension Classes, Preparation for Cambridge KET, PET and CELT

6. Commencing Date
1 April, 2017

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-02-10
Contact details: 
Please send your CV to "i.murakami@ipu-japan.ac.jp" or post it to: Mr Ichizo Murakami International Pacific University 721, Kannonji, Seto-cho, Higashi-ku, Okayama-shi, Okayama 709-0863
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