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English Teacher, Yokohama (8/7)

Private school in Yokohama seeks a teacher of English for a full-time, fixed-term position. Proficiency in written and spoken Japanese and native-level English skills are preferred. 

Job details: 

This is a full-time, fixed-term position commencing in September 2017. Teaching duties include teaching Grades 7 - 9. Teaching materials are designed to fill gaps left by traditional textbooks. While there is an oral component, this is NOT a conversation class.
The successful applicant will join the Grade 9 year group, possibly travel to Australia with students in October and have other duties in the International Exchange Department.
The contract will expire in March 2018. However, there is a possibility that it will be renewed for the following academic year.
Salary is commensurate with age to a maximum of JPY455,000 per month.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-08-07
Contact details: 
Resumes in English and Japanese should be sent to the Vice-principal, Mr S. Shiina, 460 Kamigo-cho, Sakae-ku, Yokohama, 247-0013. Resumes sent by email or fax will not be accepted.

Full-Time English Instructor, Himeji Dokkyo University (8/31)

Himeji Dokkyo University is seeking 3 full-time English instructors to teach four days a week from April 2018.

Job details: 

Job Description:
- A full-time 1-year contractual position teaching over 4 days
- Contract is renewable twice and starts April 2018
- A teaching load of 10 koma (90-minute periods) per week
- Teachers may be asked to take on extra koma, up to 13 per week, for extra compensation
- Roughly twice a semester, take on other duties such as proctoring TOEIC, teaching Open Campus lessons, judging English speech contests, etc.

Requirements:
- Master's degree or higher, preferably in a field related to language teaching or linguistics
- Native-speaker fluency in English
- Experience teaching in Japan, preferably at the university level
- Currently residing in the Kansai area of Japan
- Strong preference will be given to those who have publications and/or given presentations in the following areas:
• Presentations
• Writing
• Journalism

Compensation:
- Monthly salary of 380,000 yen (paid year-round)
- Research budget
- Commutation allowance (up to 50,000 yen per month)  
- Membership in Shigakukyosai (Private School Mutual Aid System)
- Private office

Application Deadline: Please send your CV to Gilbert Dizon at gdizon@gm.himeji-du.ac.jp by August 31, 2017.

Selection Process:
- Shortlisted candidates will be contacted in early September.
- Interviews will be held between September 13-15 on the campus of Himeji Dokkyo University.
- Candidates will be responsible for transportation costs to and from the university.
- Successful candidates will be informed by early October.

Deadline: 
Thu, 2017-08-31
Contact details: 
gdizon@gm.himeji-du.ac.jp.

Full Time Lecturer - NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo (8/25)

This position is suited to an instructor with extensive business experience, a commitment to education, and a desire to make a difference in the lives of professionals in Tokyo.

Job details: 

NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo
FULL TIME LECTURER

At the NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo (NYUSPS Tokyo), our mission is to equip learners with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to succeed professionally. Established in 2013, NYUSPS Tokyo offers high quality language and professional development programs. Academic oversight is provided by NYUSPS in New York.

We are excited to announce the expansion of our professional development program that provides academically rigorous, practical and up-to-date business content for professionals who wish to succeed in the global market. This position is suited to an instructor with extensive business experience, a commitment to education, and a desire to make a difference in the lives of professionals in Tokyo.

The successful candidate will develop and teach business courses to motivated students with diverse learning goals including professional advancement or career change, preparation for an international position, executive education abroad, and personal development. In addition to teaching, the successful candidate will help develop new curriculum and build custom courses to meet marketplace needs and in response to corporate client requests.

Administrative responsibilities include: representing NYUSPS Tokyo at student open house and advisement sessions; supervising and observing part-time faculty; coordinating curricular development and expansion; planning program schedules, instruction and materials; consulting with faculty colleagues on pedagogy and course outcomes; participating in SPS Tokyo operations meetings and in-service training activities.

Education: Master’s degree in business, education, or other relevant field
Experience: At least three years teaching experience in a higher education or corporate setting

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
- Up-to-date familiarity with educational technology
- Business-level Japanese proficiency
- Innovative and collaborative approaches to instruction and curriculum development

Key Responsibilities:

- Teach 10-12 hours per week during semesters (approx. 50% of workload)
- Develop program, curriculum, and course materials for face-to-face and blended instruction (20%)
- Coordinate professional development adjunct faculty: orientation, class observation, course preparation (20%)
- Organize and manage professional development events including workshops, seminars, and lecture series (10%)

Start: October 2017
Terms: Competitive salary & benefits package. Five-day, 40-hour work week. Candidate is expected to work Saturdays and some evenings.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and CV to Barnaby Pelter (barnaby.pelter@nyu.edu)
Please state ‘Full Time Lecturer, Professional Development’ in subject line.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-08-25
Contact details: 
Barnaby Pelter barnaby.pelter@nyu.edu

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: 
Trajal Hospitality&Tourism College 3-18-11 Higashi-nakano Nakano-ku Tokyo Japan

FULL TIME LECTURER - NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo (8/25)

This position is suited to an instructor with extensive business experience, a commitment to education, and a desire to make a difference in the lives of professionals in Tokyo.

Job details: 

NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo
FULL TIME LECTURER

At the NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo (NYUSPS Tokyo), our mission is to equip learners with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to succeed professionally. Established in 2013, NYUSPS Tokyo offers high quality language and professional development programs. Academic oversight is provided by NYUSPS in New York.

We are excited to announce the expansion of our professional development program that provides academically rigorous, practical and up-to-date business content for professionals who wish to succeed in the global market. This position is suited to an instructor with extensive business experience, a commitment to education, and a desire to make a difference in the lives of professionals in Tokyo.

The successful candidate will develop and teach business courses to motivated students with diverse learning goals including professional advancement or career change, preparation for an international position, executive education abroad, and personal development. In addition to teaching, the successful candidate will help develop new curriculum and build custom courses to meet marketplace needs and in response to corporate client requests.

Administrative responsibilities include: representing NYUSPS Tokyo at student open house and advisement sessions; supervising and observing part-time faculty; coordinating curricular development and expansion; planning program schedules, instruction and materials; consulting with faculty colleagues on pedagogy and course outcomes; participating in SPS Tokyo operations meetings and in-service training activities.

Education: Master’s degree in business, education, or other relevant field
Experience: At least three years teaching experience in a higher education or corporate setting

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
- Up-to-date familiarity with educational technology
- Business-level Japanese proficiency
- Innovative and collaborative approaches to instruction and curriculum development

Key Responsibilities:

- Teach 10-12 hours per week during semesters (approx. 50% of workload)
- Develop program, curriculum, and course materials for face-to-face and blended instruction (20%)
- Coordinate professional development adjunct faculty: orientation, class observation, course preparation (20%)
- Organize and manage professional development events including workshops, seminars, and lecture series (10%)

Start: October 2017
Terms: Competitive salary & benefits package. Five-day, 40-hour work week. Candidate is expected to work Saturdays and some evenings.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and CV to Barnaby Pelter (barnaby.pelter@nyu.edu)
Please state ‘Full Time Lecturer, Professional Development’ in subject line.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-08-25
Contact details: 
Barnaby Pelter barnaby.pelter@nyu.edu

Assistant, Associate or Full Professor (Tenured) at Aichi University (Toyohashi Campus) (9/15)

The Program in Contemporary International English in the Faculty of Letters seeks a full-time tenured faculty member who will make a substantial contribution both to teaching and to research.

Job details: 

Qualifications:
(a) Ph.D. or equivalent in the field of Applied Linguistics (major) or a comparable field minor preferred. ESL/EFL training/experience desirable.
(b) Level of English proficiency sufficient to teach all classes and seminars in English. Japanese ability sufficient to accomplish all administrative duties effectively.
(c) Teaching and Research Experiences on higher education levels are required. Experience of living and working in a variety of cultures is desirable.
(d) Residence within a commuting area (80km or less from the Toyohashi campus of Aichi University) is required for the successful applicant after accepting the position.

Duties:
a) Teach the following courses in English
(i) Some courses in the Contemporary International English (CIE) Program such as Academic Writing, Introduction to CIE, and Basic Seminar in CIE
(ii) Advanced Seminar courses in applied linguistics and/or sociolinguistics (including thesis supervision) for juniors and seniors
(iii) General Education courses such as Communicative English
(b) Class load: five 90-minute classes per week (minimum). Extra payment will be provided for additional classes.
(c) Attendance at faculty meetings is required.
(d) Participation in campus-wide duties such as committee meetings and entrance exam preparation.
(e) Coordination of specialty and general education courses taught by part-time and contract native speakers of English.

Salary and Benefits:
(a) Based on university rules, according to working experience, age, etc.
(b) Health insurance is compulsory through a shared contribution.
(c) Individual Research Subsidy of 500,000 yen annually.
(d) One-way economy class ticket from home country to Japan will be paid.
(e) Moving expenses will be reimbursed up to a maximum of 300,000 yen.
(f) Retirement allowance will be paid.

Please note that while the University can assist in securing housing, accommodation is not provided.

Application materials:
(a) A cover letter explaining both your research interests and pedagogy (within 2 pages)
(b) Curriculum vitae with a recent passport-sized photograph.
(c) A list of publications and achievements (including conference presentations)
(d) Copies/reprints of five representative recent publications
(e) Syllabi for two classes (Academic Writing and Advanced Seminar for junior students)
(f) A list of three persons who have agreed to act as referees, at least two of whom must be able to address your academic and work experience (title, phone number, email address, relationship)
(g) Copies of BA, MA, and/or Ph.D. diplomas or degree certificates

Please use university forms for cv and publications. These can be downloaded from the university website -
http://www.aichi-u.ac.jp/recruitT/info/Com0000109.html

Applications must arrive by 15 September 2017

Applicants will be contacted by e-mail after the screening process.

Please address your application via registered mail as follows:

To the office of KYOMUKA
Dean Yoshiharu Higuchi
Faculty of Letters
Aichi University
1-1 Machihata-cho, Toyohashi
Aichi Prefecture, 441-8522
Japan

Please write on the outer envelope in capital letters “FACULTY OF LETTERS APPLICATION MATERIALS” in red ink.

Contact information:
Please contact the office of KYOMUKA by e-mail with any questions about this position. For inquiry, use the subject header “APPLICATION.”

email: tkyomu@ml.aichi-u.ac.jp

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-09-15
Contact details: 
To the office of KYOMUKA Dean Yoshiharu Higuchi Faculty of Letters Aichi University 1-1 Machihata-cho, Toyohashi Aichi Prefecture, 441-8522 Japan

Part-time Lecturer at Utsunomiya University in Tochigi (8/25)

Job details: 

Utsunomiya University is seeking applications for a part-time English teaching position beginning on October 1, 2017.

Institution: Utsunomiya University, Liberal and General Education
Center
Location: 350 Mine-machi, Utsunomiya, Tochigi 321-8505 JAPAN
Position:  Part-time Lecturer (Hijokin-Koshi)
Appointment Date:      October 1, 2017
Contract Specifications: Six-month contract, renewable upon mutual agreement
Duties and Responsibilities: 1)Teaching Tuesdays, 14:30-17:40, 2 classes
2)Attending other activities held by the Liberal
and General Education Center 
Salary: Based on the regulations of Utsunomiya University
Qualifications:   1)Native English-level proficiency is preferred 
2)MA in TESOL, SLA, Applied Linguistics, or related
field is preferred
3)Experience in teaching English as a
Second/Foreign Language is preferred

Application Materials:     1) Resume with a photo 
2) List of publications
3) Copy of diploma for highest degree attained * Application materials should be sent by registered mail.
* Application materials sent by e-mail will not be accepted.
*Application materials received will not be returned even if the applicant is not selected.
*Application materials will not be used for purposes other than search and selection. 

Selection Process: Stage 1: Selection based on review of application
forms
Stage 2: Interview and evaluation of model
teaching
  (Travel expenses for interview will not be reimbursed.)
Notification of Decision:    Applicants will be informed of the results by mail immediately after the selection process has been completed.
For Further Information: Please contact Mr. Byron Benner by e-mail.
( benner@cc.utsunomiya-u.ac.jp )

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-08-25
Contact details: 
Dr. Michiko Egawa Co-Director, Liberal and General Education Center Utsunomiya University 350 Mine-machi, Utsunomiya, Tochigi 321-8505 JAPAN

Instructor, IELTS Preparation Course (8/31)

Temple University Japan Campus seeks an instructor to teach an IELTS Preparation Course in our Continuing Education Program for the fall semester 2017

Job details: 

Position: Instructor for IELTS Preparation Course

Department: Continuing Education Program

Position Type: Part time (one semester-based contract)

Period & Hours: Once a week / 2 hours per session / 10 weeks
Saturdays, 9:00-10:50 (Fall semester: September 19 – December 4, 2017)

Visa Requirement:
Valid working visa or working permit.
Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) is unable to sponsor a visa for this position.

Salary & Benefits:
In accordance with the pay scale determined and used in the program.

Overview of Position:
The adjunct faculty IELTS Preparation Course instructor position involves teaching adults in the Continuing Education Program at Temple University, Japan Campus (Tokyo).

Teaching Fields:
ESL or related field

Qualifications & Experiences:
- Masters degree in ESL or related field;
- Teaching/training experience in IELTS preparation courses

Application Process:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Please send applications to tujjobs@tuj.temple.edu with:

(a) a cover letter highlighting relevant experience and what appeals to you about the position;
(b) full academic/professional c.v.;
(c) two references and their contact information.

Indicate the title of the position you are applying for in the email subject box. Also, we would appreciate it very much if you could let us know from which website/resource you found out about this position.

Only those applicants who make it past the initial review will be contacted.

Deadline: 
Thu, 2017-08-31
Contact details: 
tujjobs@tuj.temple.edu

Full-time Instructor (For University English Courses) at the Seikei Institute for International Studies, Kichijoji, Tokyo (9/1)

Successful candidates will be required to engage in English teaching and related research with a focus on developing communication skills at Seikei Gakuen, and in assisting wi

Job details: 

Job details:
Job Announcement
Full-Time Instructor
Seikei Institute for International Studies
(For University English Courses)

Job title:
Full-time Instructor at the Seikei Institute for International Studies (also employed as University faculty); several openings (open to all nationalities)

Recruiting period:
Application materials must arrive by Wednesday, July 19, 2017 to Friday, September 1, 2017

Hiring date:
April 1, 2018

Job description:
Successful candidates will be required to engage in English teaching and related research with a focus on developing communication skills at Seikei Gakuen, and in assisting with the administrative duties at the Institute.

Work position:
Successful candidates will be required to teach a standard number of classes (8 University classes per week) and perform other duties as assigned by the Institute Director, for up to 40 hours a week. The candidate will be expected to be on campus 4 full days per week.

Research field:
English education (TESOL) or related fields

Salary and benefits:
¥300,000 or ¥350,000/month (tax included) based on experience, with a summer bonus (equal to one month’s salary) and a winter bonus (equal to one and a half months of salary) (not negotiable). A research fund, transportation expenses, and shared office space will also be provided. There is also a joint research project budget.

Term of office:
Full-time (fixed-term employment)

Qualifications:
Degree holders of Master’s level or higher preferred. Applicants should be native English speakers or have equivalent English abilities. Preference will be given to candidates who have teaching experience at university level or equivalent.

*Please see the following link for more details.
http://www.seikei.ac.jp/gakuen/recruit/teacher/university.html

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-09-01
Contact details: 
Contact details: Seikei Institute for International Studies, Seikei University 3-3-1 Kichijoji-kitamachi Musashino-shi, Tokyo, 180-8633

常勤講師(大学英語担当)、成蹊学園国際教育センター、東京都武蔵野市吉祥寺 (9/1)

成蹊学園において、コミュニケーション能力の開発に重点をおいて英語教育とその研究に従事し、本センターの教学の運営を補佐する。

Job details: 

週40時間を超えない範囲で、標準授業担当数(大学授業週8コマ)の授業及びセンター所長からの依頼業務を行う。原則週4日出勤。

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-09-01
Contact details: 
応募書類等につきましては成蹊学園ホームページをご確認ください。 http://www.seikei.ac.jp/gakuen/recruit/teacher/university.html
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