Full-time International After School Teacher (3/10)

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“Spike and Ai International After School” is a new school (opened April 1st 2014) located in Yokohama. We are located only one minute walk from Mitsukyo station on the Sotetsu line. We are a sister school to our Eikawa “Spike and Ai English”.(opened April 1st 2006) Our schools have a warm North American atmosphere with a wonderful team of teachers and support staff. We have various programs that nurture our students not only in the English language but also focus on the emotional and physical development to enhance the students conformity in an English speaking environment.

We are in search for energetic, experienced, native level and Japanese bi-lingual female teachers to work with children in our after school. We also have administaration positions available as well.

Throughout the week the teacher will plan and administrate lessons with the team of teachers based on our curriculum provided.

If you are energetic, have a great work ethic, are professional, love working with children, meet the criteria, and love to learn yourself, we would love to have the chance to meet you for an interview. Teachers that are bilingual in Japanese and English, a license in teaching Preschool, Kindergarten, or Elementary School is a bonus and will be taken into consideration when determining salary.

-The addition to our team is a full time position working five days a week. Monday-Friday or Tuesday-Saturday
- All national holidays, summer vacation, winter vacation, and other applicable holidays are provided.

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Sat, 2018-03-10
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Part-time English Instructor - Nihon University School of Medicine (2/23)

Nihon University School of Medicine is seeking a part-time English teacher for 3 lessons on Tuesday mornings from 9:00 am - 12:05 pm starting in April 2018.

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Nihon University School of Medicine
30-1 Oyaguchi Kami-cho, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 〒173-8610

Part-Time Instructor Duties
Responsibilities include planning and teaching English courses as well as performing associated assessment tasks such as examination preparation, quiz administration, marking, detailed attendance record keeping and results data management in collaboration with full-time faculty members.

Minimum Requirements
Master’s degree in education, applied linguistics, or related field
(bachelor degree holders in the field of education may also be considered)
Native- or near-native-level English proficiency
Willingness to work together in class with full-time faculty members
Experience working with e-learning platforms (Moodle preferred)
(applicants without experience but who have a willingness to learn Moodle will also be considered)

Salary and Contract Information
Remuneration is calculated according to university regulations and is a set amount paid consistently on a monthly basis for the entire contract (1 year) regardless of the number of lessons taught in any particular month
Contract renewals are contingent upon mutual agreement up to 5 years
Travel expenses are provided during the contract period

Application Materials
English resume with photograph
Image file of post-secondary degrees attained
Image file of proof of valid visa status (if necessary)

Application Procedure
Please email the application materials listed above to the following address:

Deadline for application: February 23, 2018

Fri, 2018-02-23
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Private Junior High School Teacher (Tokyo) - 2 days (3/1)

April start for two day position at private Tokyo junior high school teaching junior high English conversation classes. Current resident, visa, BA, junior high experience, TESOL necessary. Resume and cover letter to

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8:30 to 4:30 or 9 to 5.
Average of 4 lessons per day.
140,000 yen / month set salary plus transportation

Access to training, ready prepared courses and a large and modern resource library.

The successful candidate must have a Bachelors degree, as well as relevant TESOL qualifications.

Teaching experience of at least two years in the Japanese junior and senior high school system is also required.

Thu, 2018-03-01
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British Council Hourly Paid Teacher of English, University (Nagoya) (2/27)

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We are recruiting for a highly motivated, flexible and customer oriented EFL teacher to join our professional university team in Nagoya starting in May 2018. 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.

You will teach IELTS preparation and General English to students at a university in Nagoya for ten weeks (May-July 2018). Your weekly schedule will be as follows:

Fridays 18:15-21:30, Saturdays 9:00-12:15 (including breaks: 6 hours of teaching per week).

Previous experience teaching at a Japanese university is an essential requirement for this role.

4,400 yen per teaching hour for teachers with a CELTA
4,900 yen per teaching hour for teachers with a DELTA

- Teachers are expected to spend an average of 30 minutes on preparation and marking per hour of teaching. Payment for preparation of lessons and marking is included in the hourly teaching rate above and is not paid for separately.
You must already have the right to live and work in Japan for the duration of this contract (May-July 2018). Please note that if your current working visa is under the ‘Other’ category (e.g. professor, Instructor, Artist) you will need to apply for a new visa under the category (Engineer / Specialist in humanities / International services).

Tue, 2018-02-27
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Full-time Japanese Instructor at a College in Sano City (3/15)

Teach Japanese college courses at a college throughout the year. Just 1 hour from central Tokyo by train. Excellent benefits and salary.

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Full-time teaching position at a college in Sano City.
Position Title: Japanese Language Instructor
Position Type: 1 year contract based (renewable)
Position begins: April 1st, 2018
Contract duration: April 2018 ~ March 2019
Candidates are hired on contracts for one-year terms with possibility of renewal, upon successful evaluation.
Contracted Date and Time: Monday ~ Friday from 9:00am~6:00pm
Occasional participation of weekend events
Curriculum Topic: Comprehensive Japanese language curriculum
Job Description / Responsibilities:
Teach Japanese college courses throughout the year. Aside from the teaching duties, the Instructors are to assign homework, prepare exams, grading, etc. Work with in an international environment. Intermediate English language skills will be required for smooth communication. Instructors will also be asked to perform various duties related to education at the institution such as attending department meetings, participate in campus events, and promotions events.

Must have Japanese native speaker-level competency
MA/MS degrees are required
Degree(s) in education preferred
Experience teaching at a university preferred
Japanese Teaching Certification required
Salary based on experience and qualification

Application materials: Updated CV w/photo, Diploma, Reference Letter(if any), and Contact information
Only qualified candidates will be contacted."

Thu, 2018-03-15
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University Teaching in Japan - Westgate (4/30)

We are seeking highly motivated educators to teach English at universities in Japan.

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"We are now recruiting instructors for the Spring 2018 term.


We are seeking highly motivated educators to teach English at universities in Japan. This unique opportunity is for bright teachers eager to enrich their teaching skills while realizing the dream of exploring a foreign country.

- University graduate with a bachelor's and/or more advanced degree, plus one of the following:
a) experience teaching EFL/ESL in a classroom environment, along with a teaching certificate (TEFL/TESL/TESOL) and/or teaching credentials or qualifications (elementary/primary/secondary)
b) 1000+ hours of EFL/ESL classroom teaching experience in lieu of teaching certificates, credentials or qualifications
* No Japanese language ability is required.

- Spring Term
Extra-Curricular Courses: late April/early May to late July (approx. 3 months)
Accredited Courses: late March/early April to late July (approx. 3-5 months)

- Fall Term
Extra-Curricular Courses: mid-/late September to late December (approx. 3 months)
Accredited Courses: early/mid- September to late December/late January (approx. 3-5 months)

Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, and Aichi

- Approximately 260,000 yen per month for instructors with a teaching certificate or qualification, but less than 499 hours of actual classroom teaching experience
- Approximately 275,000 yen per month or more for instructors with a teaching certificate or qualification who have 500+ hours of actual classroom teaching experience
- Approximately 275,000 yen per month or more for instructors who have 1000+ hours of actual classroom teaching experience in lieu of teaching qualifications
*Note: Compensation is based on an hourly rate of pay. Exact monthly earnings fluctuate but over the course of a contract period average out to the figures listed above.

- HOUSING is provided. We can arrange a furnished single apartment with a rental fee of 81,000 yen per month (utilities and maintenance fees included).
- FLIGHT REIMBURSEMENT of up to 1200 USD is offered for those coming from overseas.
- RENEWABLE contract.

**** ATTENTION ****
We are also looking for candidates with the following background and experience:
- Master's degree or higher
- Total 3 years’ experience (6 or more terms/semesters) in teaching at university/community college (all subjects)

Westgate aims to shape the future of English education in Japan. We have been providing conversation-based practical English lessons since 1983 and hire over 400 instructors every year. Generations of Japanese students have developed their communicative English skills and cultural awareness on our programs. As well as helping to shape the direction of our students’ lives and careers, we have also been a gateway to career development for countless English instructors around the world.
Find out more about Westgate at

Please visit our website and fill out the online application form. We will contact you by email shortly after you have completed the form. You can also find more information about our programs and policies on our website.

Mon, 2018-04-30
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Assistant, Associate or Full Professor of English (9/4)

Keio University invites applications from native-level English speakers for a tenured position in English in the Faculty of Business and Commerce to begin April 2019.

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The successful applicant will be expected to teach a range of intellectually stimulating content-based English classes related to his or her research in the humanities, social sciences, or business-related fields. Teaching assignments may also include English classes for students with lower-intermediate and intermediate proficiency.
Requirements: Candidates are required to have a doctorate in the humanities, social sciences, or a business-related field, in hand at time of application. They should also have had at least one year of experience teaching English at a Japanese university or junior college prior to April 1, 2019. They must also have sufficient Japanese ability to perform academic and administrative duties.
Duties: teaching, research, advising, university committee work. Deadline: September 4, 2018.
Further particulars may be found in the full official announcement in Japanese: /recruit/
Inquiries should be sent in hard copy by post to the listed address.
No e-mail inquiries will be accepted. Please allow time for our reply since it will also be sent by post.
Application period: 2018/02/01 - 2018/09/04 (Deadline for receipt)

Tue, 2018-09-04
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Urgently Seeking "Technical English" Teachers at the University of Electro-Communications (Chofu, Tokyo) (2/26)

UEC Tokyo is a national university of science and engineering.

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Position: 2 Part-time Teacher positions (English Education/ESP)
Institution Name: The University of Electro-Communications (UEC Tokyo)
Faculty Name: Faculty of Informatics and Engineering (Undergraduate Technical English Program)
University URL:
Explanation of position: UEC Tokyo is a national university of science and engineering. We are urgently seeking 2 teachers to teach ""Technical English"" courses in the Undergraduate Technical English Program, which are academic English classes of ESP nature for third-year undergraduate students.
Job details: Technical English classes on Thursdays both Spring and Fall semesters with possible renewal upon availability of classes and mutual agreement between the part-time teacher and the program.
Address of work location: UEC Tokyo, 1-5-1 Chofugaoka, Chofu, Tokyo 182-8585
No. of positions available: 2 Lecturers (part-time)
Starting date: April 1, 2018
Employment status: All part-time positions are 1 year renewable.

Applicants who do not meet the following minimum qualifications cannot be considered for employment by the university.
(1) Completion of an undergraduate or a graduate degree in science and engineering with a background in EFL/ESL education; OR, completion of a Master's degree in TESOL/Applied Linguistics with experiences in teaching students of science and engineering in Japan preferred or in other fields of ESP in Japan;
(2) Publication of at least two refereed academic papers;
(3) At least 1 year of university teaching experience in teaching academic or scientific/technical English preferably in Japan;
(4) Native-like proficiency in English and ability to teach through English;
(5) Willingness to work cooperatively in a coordinated English program for the improvement of the courses and attend course meetings and faculty development seminars;
(6) Familiarity with Japanese tertiary administrative system desirable.

Number of working hours: Either 2 or 3 classes on Thursdays are open in the following periods: 1st period (9:00-10:30), 2nd period (10:40-12:10), and 3rd period (13:00-14:30). One class is counted as 2 hours of work, for a total of 15 classes per semester.
Pay: In accordance with the personnel system of UEC Tokyo (Around 5,200 yen per hour)
Length of contract: April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019
Insurance: Not provided

To apply, please send the following application materials by EMAIL to utejimu[a] with the applicant’s name and ""Application for Technical English"" in the subject heading.
1. CV/Resume in English, detailing: personal background information; qualifications; relevant work experiences; presentations at conferences, academic publications and/or other research activities.
2. The names and contact details of 3 referees, and academic conferences or associations that the applicant belongs to.
3. Statement of teaching philosophy in English, especially related to ESP (1 to 2 pages).
Note: A4-size documents are preferred, however, format for the above is at the discretion of the applicant.

Selection process: Due to the urgency of this position, short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview on a rolling basis. (Interviewees must pay their own way for transportation to the interview.) The application period may end earlier than the stated deadline if successful candidates are found.

Contact details:
Professor SHI Jie
Director of the Undergraduate Technical English Program
Faculty of Informatics and Engineering
E-mail: utejimu[a]

Mon, 2018-02-26
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Professor SHI Jie Director of the Undergraduate Technical English Program Faculty of Informatics and Engineering E-mail: utejimu[a]

Part-time instructor, Saitama University, Saitama city, Saitama (2/19)

The Center for English Education and Development at Saitama University is looking for a university instructor to teach the following classes for the April 2018 spring and fall semesters.

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The Center for English Education and Development at Saitama University is looking for a university instructor to teach the following classes for the April 2018 spring and fall semesters.

1st period-AES2
2nd period-AES2
3rd period-GES1

1st period-AES2
2nd period-AES2
3rd period-GES1

1. GES1-1st-year general English course focusing on TOEIC and basic communication skills
2. AES2-2nd-year academic English class focusing on academic topics

1. Completion of a Master’s degree in TESOL (preferred), or other relevant areas
2. Teaching experience at university or college for at least one year
3. At least 1 publication
4. Advanced proficiency in English

Pay is based on the number of classes taught. Each class is 9,400 yen. However, depending on years of experience and university rank, this amount could be increased.

APPLICATION MATERIALS-Deadline: Friday, February 19th, 2018
1. resume in English
2. at least 1 publication
3. names, affiliations and contact details of three referees

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview as applications are received.

Mon, 2018-02-19
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Forrest M. Nelson,

Teacher-Trainer - British Council (2/25)

We are recruiting for a highly motivated and professional Teacher Trainer with skills in course and material design to join our team in Tokyo starting in April 2018   

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You need to have an undergraduate degree (any discipline), be qualified to at least diploma level (i.e. Cambridge DELTA/Trinity DipTESOL), preferably with a relevant Master’s degree, and have more than 2 years relevant post-TEFL-Q teaching experience, gained through teaching a variety of levels and class types. Experience teaching young learners is essential, and some experience of working in a state school setting is highly desirable.

Applications Close: 25 February 2018 (23:59 UK Time)

Please go the British Council Global Recruitment website to apply:

Sun, 2018-02-25
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