Recruiting

Japanese Instructor (6/1)

Japanese Instructor for University Summer Intensive in Tokyo

Job details: 

Teaching Japanese to International University Students from
USA, Australia, Taiwan, China & Korea

PIA Global is accepting applications for positions to teach Japanese in an international study abroad program at a university near Gotanda Station in Tokyo.

Number of positions available: 5

Contract Duration:
Session 1: June 25, 2018 ~ July 6, 2018
Session 2: July 9, 2018 ~ July 20, 2018
(One or both sessions okay)

Work Days & Hours:
Monday ~ Friday. Full-time. Class Hours vary during: 9:30 ~ 16:20
Total of 45 teaching hours per session. 2-3 non-teaching hours per session.

Location:
University near Gotanda station in Tokyo

Job Description:
Teach Beginner to Intermediate Japanese lessons for incoming foreign university students to Japan. Students coming from USA, Australia, Taiwan, China, and Korea. Conduct level placement testing. Attend special events including welcome party and final certificate ceremony.

Salary:
150,000 yen per session. Transportation expenses reimbursed.

Requirements:
MA required
Must be a fluent speaker of Japanese
Must have experience teaching adults (university students)
Japanese Language Teaching Certification preferred
Some English speaking ability is required. TOEIC 600 and above is preferred but not required.

Due to the large number of applications only successful applications will be contacted.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-06-01
Contact details: 
pjv@piaglobal.jp

British Council: Project based University teacher, Tokyo (4/30)

Job details: 

The British Council Tokyo Teaching Centre is looking for qualified and experienced teachers to join our offsite teaching teams at a Japanese university in Western Tokyo. These roles are only open to applicants who have current permission to live and work in Japan. Previous experience teaching at a Japanese university is an essential requirement.

· April 2018 to January 2019: you will teach 17.5 hours per week on weekdays afternoons and early evenings (earliest classes start at 1.15pm, latest classes finish at 6.55pm) over two 13-week semesters. In addition you will be scheduled for a 1 hour weekly team meeting on Wednesday afternoons.

· Salary: JPY 4,400 - JPY 4,900 per teaching hour (payment for preparation for lessons and marking is included in this hourly rate and is not paid for separately). JPY 2,600 per weekly team meeting (1 hour).

· The project based teachers are required to do up to one week of administrative work per semester (this is typically split between two or three days in the middle of the semester and two or three at the end of the semester. Teachers will be able to spend time marking assignments and grading during this time). This work, and any additional meetings during term will be paid at the hourly rate of JPY 2,600. In addition you will be paid at the hourly rate of JPY 2,600 to participate in learning and Performance Management meetings.

· Apart from this admin work, the project-based teachers are only expected to work for us during those two semesters so are not paid during non-semester times and are free to work elsewhere during those periods. Project-based teachers get up to five days’ paid leave per year which are to be taken at times that are agreed with their line manager.

· Project-completion bonus: You are entitled to a one-off taxable bonus equivalent to JPY 700 per actual hour taught following successful completion of this contract at the date specified above. This is dependent on positive feedback from students (via the designated feedback questionnaire) and stakeholders. This sum will be paid in the following month of the last day of this contract. No bonus will be paid in case you resign or are dismissed before the end of the employment period.

· In addition travel costs (train tickets etc) are covered by the British Council.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2018-04-30
Contact details: 
email: jamie.gibbings@britishcouncil.or.jp

English Language School Teacher in Yamagata (5/5)

Planning and implementing student-centered lessons that promote active learning for students of all ages and abilities in a language school setting.

Job details: 

Working days:
Tuesday - Saturday

Duties:
A MY instructor teaches English language to students of all ages, cooperates with other teachers and staff, actively participates in and seeks out professional development opportunities, helps at school events, and is a contributing member of a professional group of teachers with high standards for education.

MY English School currently has 6 locations in Yamagata prefecture. The position may require the instructor to move around between locations each day of the week. Transportation fees will be paid depending on the distance travelled on any given day.

We offer:
A competitive monthly salary of 270,000 yen for those with adequate, internationally-accredited qualifications (260,000 yen per month until such qualifications can be obtained), as well as 15 flexible paid holidays and 5 paid sick days per year. Starting teachers will participate in the National Health Insurance system, with a possibility of applying for Social Health Insurance and permanent employment upon completion of the first one-year contract. Japanese language assistance will be provided for setting up an apartment, purchasing a car, and other lifestyle-related support, if necessary.

MY English School succeeds as a company through the success of its teachers. In addition to the initial one-month training period, MY provides 7 whole-day full-staff training sessions throughout the year. All instructors receive group membership in JALT, as well as the opportunity to receive grants to attend teaching conferences throughout Japan.

As well as providing opportunities for instructors to develop as teachers, MY also strives to allow teachers to build skill sets outside of teaching. MY English School teachers are proud to see their contribution to the school’s growth through the completion of projects related to curriculum development, teacher training, hiring, and leadership.

Location:
Yamagata is one of Japan's most beautiful prefectures, surrounded by beautiful mountains, luscious greenery, delicious food, and wonderful people. Check out the video below to see why we think this is the best place to live and work in Japan.

Deadline: 
Sat, 2018-05-05
Contact details: 
https://jobsinjapan.com/display-job/11991/English-Language-School-Teacher.html

Associate Professor, Organization for General Education, Saga University, Saga (5/1)

(1) English for General Academic Purposes and the special program for study abroad (approximately 10 classes per week) at Honjo and Nabeshima Campus

Job details: 

Position:
Language Teaching Section, Organization for General Education, Saga University

Specialty:
TESOL, Intercultural Communication

Subjects:
General English, including TOEFL and Intercultural Communication, and other Liberal Arts subjects provided by Organization for General Education

Employment Conditions:
(1) A three-year contract (renewable once, but not beyond the total of five years; a three-month trial period set); for full-time teaching staff members who have been working at Saga University for over three years, a two-years non-renewable contract will be made.
(2) Annual Salary System adopted by the “Saga University Regulations about Annual Salary System for Teaching Staff”; Full-time teaching staff members, except for those at the attached schools, working at Saga University at the time when they apply can continue to choose the “Saga University Regulations about Monthly Salary for Staff”.
(3) Working Hours: Variable Working Hours System by the Month, based on five days (38.75 hours) in a week between 8:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
(4) Holidays: Saturdays, Sundays, National Holidays, and the year-end and New Year holidays (from December 29 to January 3)
(5) Insurance: Ministry of Education Mutual Aid Insurance, Workers’ Compensation Insurance, and Unemployment Insurance
(6) Others: For further details, refer to the Saga University Staff Working Rules

Qualifications:
(1) A native speaker of English or its equivalent level of English ability
(2) Master’s degree or above
(3) A minimum of four years of experience of teaching English as a foreign language at Japanese universities or colleges.

Documents to be submitted:
(1) Curriculum Vitae (Use the attached format #1 and attach a photograph)
(2) Research Statement (Use the attached format #2)
(3) Philosophy about English Education (about 1,000 words)
(4) Essay Statement about your educational intentions at Saga University (about 1,000 words)
(5) Teaching Portfolio
(6) Research Publications (5 articles or less; photocopies acceptable)
(7) Photocopies of all the degrees obtained
(8) Two Letters of Recommendation

Deadline: 
Tue, 2018-05-01
Contact details: 
Application Deadline: Must arrive on no later than 5 p.m. on May 1, 2018 (Tuesday) Submit to: Hironori Hayase Director of Organization for General Education Saga University 1 Honjo-machi, Saga 840-8502, JAPAN *Application documents should be sent by registered mail, and write “Application for the Position in the Language Teaching Section Enclosed” in red ink on the envelope. We cannot accept applications by e-mail or through the website. *Application documents will NOT be returned to the sender.

IELTS Examiner Recruitment (JSAF) (4/25)

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

Job details: 

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 (required)
• Last Name (required)
• Country of Origin (required)
• E-mail address (required)
• Telephone/Cell number (required)
• Your CV (required)

Please send email to: jsaf-ielts@japanstudyabroad.org by 25th April 2018.

Information pack regarding recruitment procedure and Examiner training will be forwarded to the suitable candidates by an email from JSAF. 
Successful Applicants will be invited to Examiner training scheduled for 26th and 27th May 2018 in Tokyo.

Please note that this is not a full-time position. It is a part time paid by per work basis.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-04-25
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

English Instructor at Rikkyo University (5/10)

English Instructor (Teach Micro Size English Discussion Class)

Job details: 

We are now recruiting for English Instructor positions to begin teaching from Sepbember 2018 and April 2019.
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] September 1, 2018 and April 1, 2019

[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 (End of May)
2. Second Stage: Model Teaching and Personal Interview (End of May through middle of June)
*Tentatively, notification of official offer of employment is scheduled to be made by the end of July, 2018.

Deadline: 
Thu, 2018-05-10
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] Thursday, May 10, 2018 12:00 noon (Japan Standard Time)

立教大学 英語ディスカッション講師 (5/10)

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9月および2019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9月1日(土)および2019年4月1日(月)

[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 (5月下旬)
2. 2次選考 模擬授業・面接 (5月下旬~6月中旬)
※採用内定通知は2018年7月下旬を予定

Deadline: 
Thu, 2018-05-10
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] 2018年5月10日(木)正午(日本時間)

Instructor for Critical Reading Skills (5/10)

PT Instructor position at Temple University Japan Campus in Tokyo

Job details: 

Instructor for Critical Reading Skills
Department
Continuing Education Program

Position Type
Part time (One semester-based contract)

Period & Hours
Once a week / 2.5 hours per session / 8 weeks Thursday, 19:10-21:30 (Summer semester: from May 24th – July 12th, 2018)

Visa Requirement
This position is only available to applicants who are eligible to work in Japan (the position does not include visa sponsorship).

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

Overview of Position
Adjunct faculty - the Instructor for Critical Reading Skills 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
Teaching/training experience

Deadline: 
Thu, 2018-05-10
Contact details: 
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 cover letter highlighting relevant experience and what appeals to you about the position; full academic/professional c.v.; 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.

Instructor for Introduction to American Law (5/10)

PT Instructor position at Temple University Japan Campus in Tokyo

Job details: 

Instructor for Introduction to American Law
Department
Continuing Education Program

Position Type
Part time (One semester-based contract)

Period & Hours
Once a week / 2 hours per session /10 weeks Thursday, 19:10-21:00 (Summer semester: from May 24 – July 26, 2018)

Visa Requirement
This position is only available to applicants who are eligible to work in Japan (the position does not include visa sponsorship).

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

Overview of Position
Adjunct faculty - the Instructor position for Introduction to American Law involves teaching adults in the Continuing Education Program at Temple University, Japan Campus (Tokyo).

Teaching Fields
American Law/Legal Studies
Qualifications & Experiences
J.D. or Master of Laws
Teaching/work experience in American Law

Deadline: 
Thu, 2018-05-10
Contact details: 
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 cover letter highlighting relevant experience and what appeals to you about the position; full academic/professional c.v.; 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.

Full-time, Tenured Position in English at the College of Economics, Nihon University, Tokyo (5/2)

Job details: 

Duties of the position include teaching general English classes (Communication, Reading, Writing), TOEFL/TOEIC, English classes for international course students, Seminar of General Education, and/or Bachelor’s Thesis. Teaching responsibilities include teaching up to 6.5 classes per year. Responsibilities also include active research, student advising and mentoring, and active participation in the work of the English department, College committees, and faculty meetings.

Subject:
English as a Foreign Language

Title:
Professor, Associate Professor or a Full-time Lecturer

Number of positions:
1

Qualifications:
1. Native-like Proficiency of English.
2. Sufficient Japanese language ability to cope with administrative matters.
3. MA degree required, PhD preferred, in the field of Linguistics, American or British Literature, Applied Linguistics, or English Language Education (TESL, TEFL, TESOL).
4. Knowledge and skills in teaching TOEFL and TOEIC, as well as general English subjects.
5. Requirements may include teaching of basic research skills and seminars.
* Applicants must hold a valid visa enabling them to work in Japan.

Employment status:
Full-time(Tenured),mandatory retirement age of 65

Compensation:
Annual salary is defined based on rank, experience and qualifications in accordance with pay regulations of the College of Economics, Nihon University.

The CENU offers all full-time employees the following benefit package;
1. Membership to Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan (including health insurance and annual pension)
2. Membership to employment insurance and workers’ compensation insurance for job-related accidents
3. Childcare leave and family-care leave are also available.

Application period:
Saturday, March 24, 2018 – Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Application / selection / notification of result / contact details:

*Applicants should visit the website of the Job Announcement, College of Economics, Nihon University: http://www.eco.nihon-u.ac.jp/koubo/english/

(1) One complete CV with a recent photo and contact information, plus three Xeroxed copies

 Download and use this template: English_CV_template.xlsx

(2) Photocopy of the highest degree attained (Four copies)

(3) One complete list of academic publications and presentations (Four copies)

 Download and use this template: English_Publication_template.xlsx

(4) Publications

 (4-1) Professor
1. Five published academic articles or one book are required.
2. Four copies of each publication must be submitted: one should be an off-print and the other three may be Xerox copies.

 (4-2) Associate Professor/ Full-time Lecturer
1. Three published academic articles or one book are required.
2. Four copies of each publication must be submitted: one should be an off-print and the other three may be Xerox copies.
3. To confirm the dates of publications or presentations please send a copy of related publication page or conference website page.

(5) One academic book (excluding textbooks) is equivalent to five academic articles.

(6) One doctoral thesis is equivalent to three academic articles.

(7) The weight of co-authored articles will be judged after taking account of the number of authors.

(8) Syllabus of two English classes

One for English Communication and the other for TOEFL. (Four copies each)
Download and use this template: English Syllabus_template.xlsx

(9) Statement concerning your application for this position. (Four copies)
1. This should include your philosophical approach to teaching English Communication and TOEFL at the university level.
2. Use A4-size paper.
3. This statement, should be in Japanese (MS Mincho [明朝]) and include a title and your name, and should be limited to one page with 30mm margins and minimum font size 11pt; approximately 1,200 characters

(10) In the case of person engaged in business, additional documents are required to confirm his/her business career and achievements.

※Application materials must be sent by registered mail marked “Application for English” in red on the front of the envelop.

※Email applications cannot be accepted.

※Application materials will not be returned.

※Submitted materials will not be used for any other purposes.

1) After the screening of application materials (including academic achievements), short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview at the College of Economics, Nihon University. The interview is tentatively scheduled in late June. Travel expenses will not be reimbursed.

2) One successful candidate will be invited for a presentation at the College of Economics, Nihon University. The presentation is tentatively scheduled for Thursday, 7 June or Saturday, 9 June. Travel expenses will not be reimbursed.

3) The decision regarding this position will be made in late June.

Application for English

c/o General Affairs Office, Recruitment Section, Mr. Arae
1-3-2 Kanda-Misaki-cho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 101-8360
E-MAIL: jinji.eco@nihon-u.ac.jp

Additional information

※The recruitment process is basically confidential.

Document Templates:
Templates are available from the following URL: http://www.eco.nihon-u.ac.jp/koubo/english/

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-05-02
Contact details: 
c/o General Affairs Office, Recruitment Section, Mr. Arae 1-3-2 Kanda-Misaki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8360
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