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Part time lecturer- Kyorin University, Faculty of Social Sciences (7/7)

Kyorin University Faculty of Social Sciences is looking for an enthusiastic, student-centered English teacher t

Job details: 

Seven 90 minute classes per week in the spring term and six 90 minute classes per week in the fall term. Each class is taught once a week for 15 sessions each term.

Semester dates: 1st semester (approx.) April-July; 2nd semester (approx.) September-January. The days and times classes will be scheduled can be negotiated.

Class Description:
First Year Classes, these are year-long classes (spring and fall terms):
Four sections
Basic communication skills

Two sections
TOEIC skills with an emphasis on vocabulary building

Second Year Class: one section (spring term only)
Business Communication 2

Qualifications:
Native English-speaking proficiency teacher with a willingness and ability to relate with students and motivate them.
Masters Degree (or in progress) Required (TESOL, Social Sciences, Business, Communication, or other related field)
Business experience, teaching experience, and basic Japanese language skills are advantageous.

Location: Inokashira campus, accessible by bus from JR Kichijoji and Mitaka; Keio Line Sengawa and Chofu; Keio Inokashira Line Mitaka-dai and Kichijoji.

Contract: Annual, renewable by mutual agreement.
Pay: Between 20,000 and 30,000 yen per class / month (before tax) according to age, paid six months per term.

Application: Send your résumé in English as an attached file to Assistant Prof. Michele Joel at joel@ks.kyorin-u.ac.jp There is no fixed format, but please include your date of birth and a short personal statement about what you hope to achieve while teaching at the university level in Japan. Please also include the days you are available to teach.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-07-07
Contact details: 
joel@ks.kyorin-u.ac.jp

桃山学院大学 Momoyama Gakuin University Contract Instructor of General Education Organization (English) (9/7)

共通教育機構契約教員 (外国語センター/英語担当) Contract Instructor of General Education Organization (Language Center/ English)  任期付(te

Job details: 

応募資格
下記の(1)および(2)を充たす者。ただし、日本語を母語としない者は、(1)~(3)を充たす者。
(1) 次のいずれかに該当する者とする。
①Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages(TESOL)等の英語教育に関する課程の修士号を取得し、英語教育の能力を有する者
②英語教育以外の修士号を取得した者で、英語教育の能力を有する者
③学士号を取得した者で、高等学校または大学等高等教育機関レベルの英語教育経験の豊富な者
(2) 語学学校、高等学校または大学等の高等教育機関で、通算して3年以上の英語の教育歴を有する者とする。英語で4技能を教えることができること。
(3) 日本語を母語としない者は、日本語能力試験N2程度のコミュニケーション能力を有することが望ましい。
Qualifications
(1) One of the following
- Master’s degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) or equivalent
- Master’s degree in a subject other than TESOL, together with demonstrated skills and knowledge in the area of English teaching
- (In the case of exceptional candidates) a bachelor’s degree and substantial experience of teaching English in secondary or higher educational institutions
(2) Three or more years’ experience of teaching in universities, high schools, or private English schools, and the ability to teach, in English, all four macro-skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing
(3) For candidates whose first language is not Japanese, proficiency in Japanese equivalent to JLPT level N2.

職務内容
  <正課授業に関する業務>
(1) 共通教育機構長または外国語教育センター長の指示に基づき、外国語教育に関するカリキュラム開発および教材開発・選定など授業に関する諸活動を担当する。
(2) 定期的に外国語科目担当者と打ち合わせを行い、情報提供および指導を行う。
(3) 授業の責任担当コマ数は学年暦に従い各学期週10コマとする。
(4) 担当授業科目について、授業およびそれらに付随する学習指導、教材作成、試験実施、成績評価、その他授業に関連する業務を行う。
(5) 上記(3)以外に学生の夏期・春期休暇中等に実施される集中講義を担当する。
(6) 週2回以上のオフィスアワーを設けて学生指導を担当する。
(7) 外国語教育センター定例業務会議に出席し、議事録を作成する。
(8) 語学教育に関する質の向上活動(Professional Development)業務に従事する。
(9) その他、共通教育機構長または外国語教育センター長の指示に基づく教育上の業務に従事する。
<正課授業以外の業務>
(1) 共通教育機構長または外国語教育センター長の指示に基づき、外国語教育に関する課外プログラムの企画・実施を担当する。
(2) 入試・広報業務および 一般向け講習会、各種調査および書類の校閲に従事する。
(3) 本学教職員のための研修実施業務に従事する。
(4) その他、共通教育機構長または外国語教育センター長の指示に基づく業務に従事する。
Duties

(1) Take charge of curriculum and materials development, materials selection and other activities related to language education for regular classes under the guidance of the General Education Organization director and/or the Language Center director.
(2) Hold briefings regularly with instructors of the same course for exchanging information and giving guidance.
(3) Teach ten English classes per week according to the school calendar
(4) Provide study guidance, create materials, conduct examinations, carry out grade evaluations and perform other duties associated with regular courses.
(5) Teach intensive classes during the students’ summer and spring vacations, in addition to the assigned classes in (3) above.
(6) Hold office hours at least twice per week to provide study guidance.
(7) Attend regular Language Center meetings and take meeting minutes.
(8) Engage in professional development activities related to language education.
(9) Carry out other educational tasks as required by the General Education Organization director and/or the Language Center director.

(1) Plan and implement extracurricular programs concerning language education as required by the General Education Organization director and/or the Language Center director.
(2) Engage in publicity duties related to university admissions, conduct seminars for the general public and carry out surveys and proofread documents
(3) Implement training programs for university faculty and staff
(4) Carry out other duties based on instructions from the Director of the General Education Organization and/or the Language Center.

所定勤務時間
  週5日・週35時間(実労働時間)
Working hours
5 days per week, 35 hours per week (actual working hours)

勤務地住所
大阪府和泉市まなび野1-1
Place of work
1-1 Manabi-no, Izumi-shi, Osaka

勤務形態
常勤(任期あり)
契約期間は1年を超えないものとする。共通教育機構契約教員の契約更新にあたっては、担当科目の必要性、職務の遂行状況、勤務態度、健康状態等を勘案してその可否を決定する。契約更新の回数は3回を限度とする(最長4年間)。
Position
Full time (term-limited contract)
Contracts are for one year, and may be renewed three times (i.e. for a maximum of four years) by taking into account the necessity of courses to be taught, the performance of duties, professional attitude, health, etc.

給与及び待遇
(1) 給与:本俸 [1年目 月額33万円(税込)、2年目 月額37万円(税込)、3年目 月額41万円(税込)、4年目 月額45万円(税込)]、
通勤手当(本学規程による)、住宅手当(本学規程による)、
期末手当(本俸および住宅手当の2ヵ月合計額)
※前年度参考例:1年目年額4,991,000円(本俸+住宅手当+期末手当、税込)
        2年目年額5,551,000円( 〃 )
        3年目年額6,111,000円( 〃 )
        4年目年額6,671,000円( 〃 )
(2) 安全衛生・福利厚生:私学共済(年金・健康保険)、介護保険、雇用保険、労働者災害補償保険
(3) 個人デスク、PCあり。
Salary and conditions
(1) Salary: [1st year 330,000 yen/month before tax; 2nd year 370,000 yen/month before tax; 3rd year 410,000 yen/month before tax; 4th year 450,000 yen/month before tax] , commuting allowance, and housing allowance[in line with university policy], end-of-year bonus of 2 months’ basic salary and housing allowance;
*example of annual sum from previous year (salary + bonus +other allowances before tax)
1st year 4,991,000yen     2nd year 5,551,000yen
3rd year 6,111,000yen     4th year 6,671,000yen
(2) Health and welfare: membership of Private Schools Mutual Aid (pension and health insurance), nursing care insurance, employment insurance, and workers accident compensation insurance
(3) A computer and a desk are provided for each teacher.

提出書類
(1) 履歴書(写真貼付) <様式1> ※手書き不可。
(2) 研究業績および概要(3点以内)<様式2>
研究業績(3点以内)のリストを添付すること。ただし、TESOLまたは英語教育に関するもののみとする。
また、概要は、それぞれ400字程度でまとめること、英語で記述する場合にはそれぞれ200 words程度とする。
(3) 課題レポート
詳細については、別紙(資料1)を参照のこと。
(4) 応募者について問い合わせをすることが可能な方2名の名前、所属および連絡先(住所、E-Mailアドレス、電話番号)、応募者との関係を記入すること。 <様式3>
(5) 日本語を母語としない方は、応募資格(3)を証明する資料を提出すること。
※ 様式1・2・3は本学所定のものとする。様式および別紙資料は大学のホームページからダウンロードして使用のこと。
  http://www.andrew.ac.jp/gakuin/recruitment/
※ その他、選考の過程で必要な書類を提出していただくことがあります。
※ 書類選考を通過した方については、面接時までに、下記についてご提出いただきます。書類選考を通過した方については、9月下旬に通知いたします。
① 大学入学以降の学歴に係わるすべての証明書
② 主要論文のコピー(3点以内)ただし上記(2)で概要を提出したもの
Application materials
(1) Curriculum vitae in Japanese using the university’s pro-forma(様式 1)
*handwritten application will not be accepted
(2) List of up to three academic publications, with a summary of each (様式 2)
Only TESOL publications or those closely related to TESOL will be accepted.
Summaries may be in Japanese (around 400 字) or English (around 200 words)
(3) Application essay
See the attached document. (別紙1)
(4) Names and contact details* of two references (様式 3)
*Include the mailing address, phone number, email address, and relationship to the applicant of each reference.
(5) Candidates whose first language is not Japanese are required to submit a Japanese proficiency certificate as noted in Qualifications(3).

 Application pack (様式 1, 2, 3, 別紙資料1) can be downloaded from the university website.
http://www.andrew.ac.jp/gakuin/recruitment/
 You may be asked to submit additional documents if it is deemed necessary.
 Shortlisted candidates will be informed in late September and required to submit the following before the interview:
- degree diplomas/ certificates
- copies of the academic publications listed in (2).

選考方法
書類選考で数名に絞り、面接[10月7日(土)を予定]を行います。
選考結果については、12月上旬までに通知いたします。
※ 選考時の交通費等の支給はいたしませんので、あらかじめ御了承ください。
Selection procedure
Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview on Saturday, 7th October.
All applicants will be advised of the result by early December.
*Travel expenses incurred by interviewees will not be reimbursed.

備考
応募書類に含まれる個人情報は、選考および採用以外の目的には使用いたしません。
応募された方には、後日、来年度の兼任講師の件でご連絡を差し上げる場合がございます。あらかじめご承知おきください。
Confidentiality
Personal information included in application materials will not be used for any purpose other than selection and employment. Candidates who are not selected may be contacted at a later date, in relation to part-time positions for next year.

問い合わせ先
問い合わせは、電子メールのみにて受け付けます。
e-mail:15saiyou@andrew.ac.jp
※ 募集期間中の土日および学院の一斉休暇期間中<2017年8月10日(木) ~ 8月18日(金)>のお問い合わせにはお応えできませんのでご了承ください。
Contact
If you have any questions, feel free to write to 15saiyou@andrew.ac.jp .
*Note that the university is closed on weekends and during the period 10th to 18th August.

Deadline: 
Thu, 2017-09-07
Contact details: 
〒594-1198 大阪府和泉市まなび野1-1 桃山学院大学 外国語教育センター (〒594-1198 Language Center, Momoyama Gakuin University, 1-1 Manabino, Izumi-shi, Osaka) 応募書類は書留等の配達記録が残る方法で郵送してください。なお、封筒には「共通教育機構契約教員応募書類在中」と朱書きしてください。また応募書類は返却いたしません。 Applications should be sent by recorded delivery. Please mark the envelope in red, “Contract Instructor application”. Materials will not be returned

Cambridge English Speaking Examiner Training, Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026), (Chubu area) (8/4)

Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026) seeks experienced professionals in Chubu area for a free Speaking Examiners training for PET/KET to work with us as a Speaking Exam

Job details: 

Description:
A one-day Training, followed by a half-day Certification session to enable experienced and qualified teachers to become Speaking Examiners (SEs). This workshop will cover the speaking tests for two levels of Cambridge English; KET (A2), PET (B1). The training and certification are free but the travel and accommodation cost should be covered by applicants.
Date:  
[Training] Saturday, 26th August, (one day)
[Certification] Sunday morning, 27th August, (a half day)
Location Nagoya
NB. This is a part time position and you will be paid by work basis and a valid visa is required

Minimum Professional Requirements
All SEs must meet the minimum professional requirements (MPRs) of the role.
- Professional background
• Education to first degree level or equivalent
• A recognised language teaching qualification
• Proof of substantial, relevant, recent teaching experience, equivalent to at least 1800 hours
NB. An applicant can be exempt either from the formal teaching qualification or from the first degree/equivalent requirement (but not both) if they have considerable relevant teaching experience. References to support this experience may be requested.
- English language competency
In order to examine effectively, SEs must be able to demonstrate:
Overall language proficiency, including linguistic accuracy, relevant to the examination level (for PET/KET the prospective SE must have C1 level)

Overview of the recruitment process for new Speaking Examiners
In order to become a Cambridge English SE, an applicant must successfully complete the following stages of recruitment process:
1. Application form approval
Application forms are assessed against the Minimum Professional Requirements. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements cannot be accepted.
2. Interview by telephone
The Centre Exam Manager and the Team Leader (TL) interview the applicants and, where needed, the TL conducts a language proficiency check.
3. Induction
The applicants work through the self-access online induction materials, which cover the responsibilities of being a Speaking Examiner and the format and levels of the tests.
4. Training
Training is conducted by the TL and covers how to rate and deliver the Speaking test. The TL assesses the applicants during session to ensure they meet the requirements for a SE.
5. Certification
The applicants must complete certification for each exam level they will examine and their performance must be certified by the TL to become a SE.
6. Approval by Cambridge English
Cambridge English may reject any nomination which does not clearly meet the requirements, and their decision is final.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-08-04
Contact details: 
For more information and application forms please contact on: EMAIL:cambridge-jp026@kawai-juku.ac.jp Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English 608, 6F Ikebukuro Park Building, 2-49-7 Minami-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, 171-0022 NB. Please state that you are responding to the advertisement for Chubu area

“Shokutaku” Full-Time English Language Instructors (SFELI) at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto / Shiga / Osaka (8/22)

Job details: 

1. Job Description / Responsibilities
(1) Each SFELI will teach an average of ten credit-hours (koma) per week per semester (one credit-hour is 90 minutes).
(2) SFELI will also be asked to perform various duties related to education at our institution.
(3) SFELI may be invited to teach additional classes at the Center for Language Acquisition (CLA) at Ritsumeikan University for additional remuneration. Intensive classes during summer and spring vacations may be offered.

2. Qualifications for Employment
(1) Candidates must be capable of teaching English as a foreign language.
(2) Candidates must have at least a master's degree at the time of application, with a relevant research field in an area such as the following: TESL/TEFL/TESOL, Applied Linguistics (including CALL and other language education technologies, testing, etc.), Linguistics, Intercultural Communication, and Area Studies.
(3) Candidates must have experience teaching non-native students of English.
It may be desirable for candidates to have experience teaching CALL, CLIL, remedial classes for learners with limited English language proficiency, and/or TOEFL/TOEIC preparation courses.
(4) It would be desirable for candidates to have obtained their qualifying degree within ten years of applying for the SFELI position.
(5) A level of Japanese language proficiency which enables them to communicate effectively in classes in Japanese if necessary and to handle daily administrative affairs will be required.
*Those who have an employment contract with the Ritsumeikan Trust in the academic year 2017 are unable to apply.

3. Number of Openings for the SFELI Position and Term of Employment
Number of positions available: 12
Term of employment: April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019
(Annual contract, renewable up to four times subject to approval by the screening committee.)
*A Shokutaku Instructor shall not be hired after the first March 31 following the day on which he or she turns a full 70 years of age.

4. Affiliation
Language Education Center

5. Place of Work
One or two of these campuses:
Ritsumeikan University’s Kinugasa Campus (KIC), Biwako Kusatsu Campus (BKC), or Osaka Ibaraki Campus (OIC).

6. Conditions of Employment
Monthly Salary: ¥350,500, Summer Bonus: ¥500,000, Year-end Bonus: ¥500,000 (Total Remuneration: ¥5,206,000)
*Additional remuneration shall be paid to SFELI who teach additional classes as referred to in 1 (3) above.
*Medical Insurance: SFELIs are required to join the Mutual Aid Association of Private School Personnel (Shigaku Kyosai) during the term of their employment at Ritsumeikan University. Ritsumeikan Trust and the SFELI shall pay a prorated cost in accordance with Japanese law. Please be advised that all SFFLIs are required to join the Shigaku Kyosai pension scheme as well, and that fees for both the pension and health insurance plans will be deducted from the SFELI’s salary each month.
*A Commuting Allowance and other benefits will be provided according to the rules of Ritsumeikan Trust.

7. Application
(1) Completed Application Forms 1 & 2.
*Both forms must be downloaded from our website (http://en.ritsumeikan-trust.jp/info/employment/) and completed by computer.
*Applicants should complete either the English or Japanese version of Application Form 1. If using the English version, it would be desirable if names of Japanese places and Japanese institutions were printed in Chinese characters (Kanji).
*Application form 1 must be printed on A4 paper for submission.
*Electronic versions of Application Forms 1 (WORD) & 2 (EXCEL) must also be included in the application in either CD-R or DVD-R formats.
(2) A photocopy of the original certificate of your highest academic degree earned.
(3) A photocopy of your original TESL/TEFL/TESOL certificate if you have such a qualification.
(4) A list of publications and conference presentations. (No particular format.)
(5) Abstracts of up to three of your academic papers.
Please limit them to 500 words in English or 400 characters in Japanese. (No particular format.)

* If you are invited for interview, you will be asked to bring your original certificate of the highest academic degree earned to the interview.
*Sent application materials will not be returned.
*E-mailed applications will not be accepted.
*Please be sure to include all relevant information on our official application forms and do not attach a separate CV or other personal documents.
*Any personal information that we have obtained through your application will be handled in accordance with the ‘Protection of Personal Information Act’ and will be used strictly for identifying candidates for the positions only.

8. Application Deadline
Only applications received no later than August 22, 2017 will be accepted. Applications should be sent by registered mail (kan’i-kaki tome) or EMS.

9. Interviews / Selection process results
Short-listed candidates will be interviewed either on September 23 or 24, 2017.
If you are invited to this interview, you will be informed by Monday, September 11 by e-mail.
Applicants will be notified of the selection process results in mid-November 2017 (scheduled).
* Inquiries on the selection process results cannot be answered individually.

10. Application Address
Put the above application materials in an envelope marked “Application for Shokutaku Full-time English Language Instructor” in red lettering and send it to the following address by registered mail (kan’i-kakitome) or EMS:

Office of Language Education Planning and Development (Gengo Kyoiku Kikaku-ka)
Ritsumeikan University Osaka Ibaraki Campus
2-150 Iwakura-cho, Ibaraki-shi, Osaka 567-8570
Japan

11. Other
Smoking is prohibited throughout the entire premises of Ritsumeikan University and no smoking spaces are provided.

12. Contact for Inquiries
Office of Language Education Planning and Development (Gengo Kyoiku Kikaku-ka)
Ritsumeikan University Osaka Ibaraki Campus
Yuta Mitsuzumi, Saori Mimura
Tel: +81-72-665-2061 Fax: +81-72-665-2059 Email: g-jinji@st.ritsumei.ac.jp

Deadline: 
Tue, 2017-08-22
Contact details: 
Office of Language Education Planning and Development (Gengo Kyoiku Kikaku-ka) Ritsumeikan University Osaka Ibaraki Campus 2-150 Iwakura-cho, Ibaraki-shi, Osaka 567-8570 Japan

English Intructor, ELC, Nakatsu Oita (6/30)

Part-time Business English classes for Japanese businessman in Nakatsu, Oita Prefecture

Job details: 

We are looking for qualified English teachers for business English classes in Nakatsu, Oita Prefecture.

Location: 20 minutes by car from Nakatsu station (Oita Prefecture, Kyushu)

Classes are going to be held on the below dates:

June 14th 8:30-12:00
June 15th 8:30-12:00
June 23rd 8:30-16:30 (may change to 12:00)
June 29th 8:30-16:30
June 30th 8:30-12:00

July 3rd-7th 8:30-12:00
July 17th-21st 8:30-12:00
July 24th-28th 8:30-12:00
July 31st 8:30-12:00

August 1st-4th 8:30-12:00
August 7th-11th 8:30-12:00
August 21st-25th 8:30-12:00
August 28th-31st 8:30-12:00

*Schedule may change upon the company request

Payment ¥3,500 per day plus transportation cost
Students level: may vary from basic to advanced

Preferences:
1. Teachers living in or round Nakatsu, Oita Prefecture.
2. Teachers outside Nakatsu but living in Kyushu who can teach more than once a week.

To apply:
Please send your resume with picture to Peter Tomala, Enhance Language Center (peter@jpelc.jp)

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-06-30
Contact details: 
Enhance Langauge Center Ltd. Osaka, E-mail: peter@jpelc.jp

Hourly-Paid Teacher of IELTS and Business Classes (Osaka) (6/14)

British Council OSAKA is seeking CELTA , Cert. (TESOL), DELTA or Dip.

Job details: 

British Council Osaka is recruiting experienced teachers for hourly-paid classes for Sunday of each week. You need to have an undergraduate degree (any discipline), be qualified to at least EFL Certificate level or Diploma level (i.e. CELTA/Cert (TESOL) or DELTA/Dip (TESOL) or equivalent) and have two or more years of teaching experience (including IELTS preparation courses and Business English courses). The posts involve up to 6 hours of teaching on Sunday each week. Experience in delivering the types of classes named is essential.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2017-06-14
Contact details: 
Please visit the following page on the British Council's global recruitment website for further information and to make an application: http://bit.ly/1LfbZOE

Adjunct Academic Writing Instructor (7/31)

Job details: 

Position: Adjunct Academic Writing Instructor

Department: Undergraduate First Year Writing Program

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

Visa Requirement: This position is available only to applicants who have a valid working visa in Japan (the position does not include visa sponsorship).

Period: Fall semester 2017 (August 28 to December 20, 2017) with the possibility to continue in the following semester(s).

Work Hours: 80-minute classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, or 2-hour classes on Tuesday and Thursday. Classes are offered during morning, afternoon, or evening slots.

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

Overview of position: The position involves teaching either Introduction to Academic Writing and/or Analytical Reading and Writing courses to freshman undergraduate students from different cultural backgrounds. We have ESL and native-English Speakers’ sections.

Teaching Fields: Freshman Composition, TESOL, Creative Writing, ESL Academic Writing.

Qualifications & Experience:
The candidates must be fluent in English, hold at least a master’s degree in TESOL, English rhetoric, composition, linguistics or other related subjects. Candidates should ideally also have at least three years of experience teaching writing/composition in an American university.

Application Process:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until positions are filled.
Please send applications to tujjobs@tuj.temple.edu with:
(a) a letter of application,
(b) full academic c.v.;
(c) contact information for two references.

Please 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: 
Mon, 2017-07-31
Contact details: 
tujjobs@tuj.temple.edu

Hourly-Paid Teacher of IELTS and FCE/CAE/CPE Classes (6/12)

British Council Tokyo is seeking CELTA , Cert. (TESOL), DELTA or Dip.

Job details: 

British Council Tokyo is recruiting experienced exam-class teachers for hourly-paid classes for Sunday of each week. You need to have an undergraduate degree (any discipline), be qualified to at least EFL Certificate level or Diploma level (i.e. CELTA/Cert (TESOL) or DELTA/Dip (TESOL) or equivalent) and have two or more years of teaching experience (including IELTS preparation courses and preferably FCE/CAE/CPE courses). The posts involve up to 6 hours of teaching exam preparation classes on Sunday each week. Experience in delivering the types of classes named is essential.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-06-12
Contact details: 
Please visit the following page on the British Council's global recruitment website for further information and to make an application: http://bit.ly/JPN-T-1539e

Cambridge English Speaking Examiner Training, Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026), Kanto (7/7)

Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English (JP026) seeks experienced professionals for a free Speaking Examiners training for PET/KET to work with us as a Speaking Examiner 

Job details: 

Description:
A one-day Training, followed by a half-day Certification session to enable experienced and qualified teachers to become Speaking Examiners (SEs). This workshop will cover the speaking tests for two levels of Cambridge English; KET (A2), PET (B1). The training and certification are free but the travel and accommodation cost should be covered by applicants. (Please consult with us if you live within 1 hour travel time from Sendai though travelling by Shinkansen does not apply.)
Date:  
[Training] Saturday, 22nd July, (one day)
[Certification] Sunday morning, 23rd July, (a half day)
Location:   Ikebukuro, Tokyo
NB. This is a part time position and you will be paid by work basis and a valid visa is required

Minimum Professional Requirements:
All SEs must meet the minimum professional requirements (MPRs) of the role.
- Professional background
• Education to first degree level or equivalent
• A recognised language teaching qualification
• Proof of substantial, relevant, recent teaching experience, equivalent to at least 1800 hours
NB. An applicant can be exempt either from the formal teaching qualification or from the first degree/equivalent requirement (but not both) if they have considerable relevant teaching experience. References to support this experience may be requested.
- English language competency
In order to examine effectively, SEs must be able to demonstrate:
• Overall language proficiency, including linguistic accuracy, relevant to the examination level (for PET/KET the prospective SE must have C1 level)

Overview of the recruitment process for new Speaking Examiners:
In order to become a Cambridge English SE, an applicant must successfully complete the following stages of recruitment process:
1. Application form approval
Application forms are assessed against the Minimum Professional Requirements. Those who do not meet the minimum requirements cannot be accepted.
2. Interview by telephone
The Centre Exam Manager and the Team Leader (TL) interview the applicants and, where needed, the TL conducts a language proficiency check.
3. Induction
The applicants work through the self-access online induction materials, which cover the responsibilities of being a Speaking Examiner and the format and levels of the tests.
4. Training
Training is conducted by the TL and covers how to rate and deliver the Speaking test. The TL assesses the applicants during session to ensure they meet the requirements for a SE.
5. Certification
The applicants must complete certification for each exam level they will examine and their performance must be certified by the TL to become a SE.
6. Approval by Cambridge English
Cambridge English may reject any nomination which does not clearly meet the requirements, and their decision is final.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-07-07
Contact details: 
For more information and application forms please contact on: EMAIL:cambridge-jp026@kawai-juku.ac.jp Kawaijuku Examination Centre of Cambridge English 608, 6F Ikebukuro Park Building, 2-49-7 Minami-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, 171-0022

EAP (English for Academic Purposes) Instructor, Lakeland University Japan, Shinjuku campus (2 positions available) (6/30)

Lakeland University Japan is seeking two EAP Instructors to teach intensive skills-based English language classes, preparing students to pursue an American academic degree.

Job details: 

Lakeland University Japan is seeking two EAP Instructors to teach intensive skills-based English language classes, preparing students to pursue an American academic degree.

Details

Starting dates:
A) Summer start: May 29, 2017
B) Fall start: September 4, 2017

Schedule:
A) Summer start position: Morning schedule (three 85-minute classes per day, plus office hours, Mon-Fri)
B) Fall start position: Morning or afternoon schedule possible (three 85-minute classes per day, plus office hours, Mon-Fri)

Requirements:
Master’s degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or related field; experience teaching EAP, EFL, or ESL preferred; applicant must reside in Japan and have valid visa

Salary:
Starting at JPY360,000 per month plus transportation

Application deadline:
Until positions are filled

To apply, send CV and cover letter to:
Lia Sergio, EAP Coordinator: sergio@japan.lakeland.edu

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-06-30
Contact details: 
Lia Sergio, EAP Coordinator: sergio@japan.lakeland.edu
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