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full-time BiLingual Elementary School Teaching positions (K-4) in Music or P.E. at Tamagawa Academy, Tokyo (Machida)

BiLingual Elementary School Teaching positions (K-4) in Music or P.E. at Tamagawa Academy, Tokyo (Machida) Teacher Vacancies in the Tamagawa Academy Bi-Lingual Program (Elementary)  Location: Tokyo, Machida Name of institution:  Tamagawa Academy                URL: http://www.tamagawa.jp/en/ Title of position: Teacher Vacancies in the Tamagawa Academy Bi-Lingual Program (Elementary) Type of employment: ) Full Time Minimum qualifications:   Native-level English speaker with teaching certification to teach school-aged (K-12) children Duties:  Please refer to the following website: http://www.tamagawa.jp/en/k12/careers/bles.html      Application materials: Please refer to the following website:   http://www.tamagawa.jp/en/k12/careers/bles.html Contact information:  Keiichi Watase, Dean of Academic Affairs Tamagawa Academy Tel.  042-739-8601 Fax.  042-739-8588 email.  bles@tamagawa.ed.jp Website URL:  URL: http://www.tamagawa.jp/en   

Full-time English Teacher (limited-term contract), Keio Shonan-Fujisawa JHS/SHS

Keio Shonan-Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School   JOB OPPORTUNITY: Full-time English Teacher   Keio SFC Jr. & Sr. High School, the newest secondary school associated with Keio University, is seeking applicants for a teaching position starting this September. Our students go on to Keio University, one of the most competitive private universities in Japan. SFC differs from other secondary schools in that more than two-fifths of the students have lived abroad for extended periods. Many of these students already speak English or other languages fluently. The school provides training in computing, language, and intercultural communication in an effort to equip the students for active roles in the global community.   Contract From September 1st 2015 to August 31st 2016 (one year, renewable by mutual consent for up to five years)   Salary Based on age, experience and qualifications   Benefits Commuting allowance; annual book allowance; furnished apartments close to school available for rent   Duties Same responsibilities as full-time Japanese teacher. Teach up to 19 hrs/week (16 core English classes and 2 electives, 1 homeroom). Work 5 days a week (Sunday and one other day off) and occasionally on holidays which coincide with school events. Share typical homeroom responsibilities with a Japanese partner, including 1 hr/week supervising homeroom class. Supervise club activities, attend matches as chaperone, etc. Assess students in accordance with school guidelines. Participate/supervise at all school events such as school trips, sports days, school festivals, etc. Play an active role in departmental functions such as curriculum development, test writing, coordination of exchange programs, coaching students for speech & debate contests, etc.   Qualifications & Requirements • Native-level speaker of English • MA in TESOL or a related field • Junior/senior high school experience in Japan a strong advantage • Conversational Japanese an advantage Application Materials • Cover letter* • Curriculum vitae* • Teacher’s license (if any) • Details of publications and presentations (if any) • Transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended† • At least one letter of recommendation from a recent employer or professor†       Materials will not be returned;  * to be sent ASAP;  † must be originals, not copies   Deadline Application materials to arrive by post by June 30th 2015 Interviews to be held at the school on July 14th & 15th (after 4pm)   Contact English Department Hiring Committee Keio Shonan-Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School 5466 Endo, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa-ken 252-0816 Japan TEL 0466-49-3585 FAX 0466-47-5077 sfc-js-jimu@adst.keio.ac.jp  

English Instructor (tenured) at Keio Shonan-Fujisawa JHS/SHS, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa, Japan

Keio Shonan-Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School   JOB OPPORTUNITY: Full-time English Teacher (tenured)   Keio SFC Jr. & Sr. High School, the newest secondary school associated with Keio University, is seeking applicants for a teaching position starting in 2016. Our students go on to Keio University, one of the most competitive private universities in Japan. SFC differs from other secondary schools in that more than two-fifths of the students have lived abroad for extended periods. Many of these students already speak English or other languages fluently. The school provides training in computing, language, and intercultural communication in an effort to equip the students for active roles in the global community.   Contract From April 1st 2016   Salary Based on age, experience and qualifications   Benefits Commuting allowance; annual book allowance; furnished apartments close to school available for rent   Duties Same responsibilities as full-time Japanese teacher. Teach up to 19 hrs/week (16 core English classes and 2 electives, 1 homeroom). Work 5 days a week (Sunday and one other day off) and occasionally on holidays which coincide with school events. Share typical homeroom responsibilities with a Japanese partner, including 1 hr/week supervising homeroom class. Supervise club activities, attend matches as chaperone, etc. Assess students in accordance with school guidelines. Participate/supervise at all school events such as school trips, sports days, school festivals, etc. Play an active role in departmental functions such as curriculum development, test writing, coordination of exchange programs, coaching students for speech & debate contests, etc.   Qualifications & Requirements • Native-level speaker of English • MA in TESOL or a related field • Junior/senior high school experience in Japan a strong advantage • Conversational Japanese an advantage Application Materials • Cover letter • Curriculum vitae • Teacher’s license (if any) • Details of publications and presentations (if any) • Transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended* • At least one letter of recommendation from a recent employer or professor*       Materials will not be returned;   * must be originals, not copies   Deadline Application materials to arrive by post by June 30th 2015 Interviews to be held at the school on July 14th & 15th (after 4pm)   Contact English Department Hiring Committee Keio Shonan-Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School 5466 Endo, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa-ken 252-0816 Japan TEL 0466-49-3585 FAX 0466-47-5077 sfc-js-jimu@adst.keio.ac.jp  

Full-time English Language Visiting Lecturer in ESL/EFL for Asia University’s Center for English Language Education (CELE), Musashino-shi, Tokyo

Full-time English Language Visiting Lecturer in ESL/EFL for Asia   University’s Center for English Language Education (CELE), Musashino-shi,   Tokyo   Job details:  Half-year appointment with the possibility of renewal for an additional 3.5   years (therefore, maximum term possible is 4.5 years), from September 21,   2015. Duties include: teaching up to 20 hours of EFL per week (one classroom hour   equals 45 minutes of instruction); attending all regular and special CELE   faculty meetings; serving on a CELE administrative committee; providing   service as a substitute instructor when necessary; and completing an approved   project.   Minimum Qualification Requirements: A Master’s degree in TESL/TEFL or   English Literature from an accredited university. A Master’s degree in   another field with a TESL/TEFL certificate may be considered. One year of   teaching experience at the university level (includes TA-ships) is also   required.   Deadline for Applications: May 18th, 2015. Email and registered mail applications will be accepted.   Application Procedures: 1. Asia University application form (download from: http://www.asia-u.ac.jp/english/recruitment/index.html).  2. Certified  transcript showing awarding of the highest academic degree earned. 3. At least two letters of recommendation, e.g., from a current employer and a   program advisor. 4. Days, times, and telephone number where you can be reached for a telephone interview.   *Please note that submitted application materials cannot be returned.  Personal information will be treated with confidentiality.   Deadline: Monday, May 18, 2015   Contact details: Center for English Language Education (CELE), Asia University, e-mail: cele@asia-u.ac.jp Tel: 81-422-36-4089  Fax: 81-422-36-4869     For more information about CELE  and hiring at CELE, please refer to:   (http://www.asia-u.ac.jp/english/recruitment/index.html)   (Note: The CELE at Asia University will also be hiring full-time Faculty   Members for the new school year, starting April 1, 2016. An announcement of   details will be made soon.)

P/T position (short-term) in Business English in Kobe, Japan

Job Opening for a part-time teacher for a 3-month contract teaching Business English Time: Monday, 1pm to 4pm (one 2-hr group lesson, one 1-hr one-to-one lesson) Starting date: May 11th (Mon.) Term of contract: 10 once-a-week lessons over 3 months Remuneration: 4000 yen/hour (total of 12,000 yen per lesson) Location: Kobe City, Iryo-center station (15min from Sannomiya, 60min. from Umeda) Details of job:  Teaching presentation skills, discussion, and basic business English. Textbook is provided. Minimum requirements: BS or BA degree, or higher.  More than one year of teaching experience. Native level of English ability. Background in science is a plus. Email to:   e-support@io.ocn.ne.jp   Contact person:   Ms. Shimamura

Associate Professor or Lecturer in English Language teaching, Chuo University, Tokyo

Job Opening for Associate Professor or Lecturer at Chuo University 1. [Title] Associate Professor or Lecturer in English Language Teaching 2. [Institution] Faculty of Commerce, Chuo University 3. [Employment status] Full-time (Non-tenured) Five-year contract (renewable for up to 10 years total by mutual agreement) 4. [Starting Date] April 1, 2016. 5. [Qualifications and Experience] Essential: - Native-level English proficiency - A master’s degree or above - Minimum one year experience of teaching English at a university or college in Japan - Minimum one published research article - Sufficient Japanese for handling university-related administrative matters 6. [Deadline]  May 20, 2015 (as indicated by the postmark on the envelope) Please download application materials from Chuo University Website ( http://www.chuo-u.ac.jp/aboutus/recruit/ ) or JREC-IN Portal. For all queries, please contact tokunin-e@tama.js.chuo-u.ac.jp

P/T positions in Business English near Kurashiki, Okayama Pref.

Linguage Corporation is looking for part-time Business English Instructors to teach evening company classes in Mizushima(Kurashiki, Okayama), most evenings from 18:00-19:30. Work visa, experience and a car required. Applicants should contact David Turri at david@linguage.jp for further details.

Assoc./Asst. Prof (tenured, full-time) in American Culture, Literature, & History at Waseda University, Tokyo

Waseda University Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Tokyo 1.Position: Tenured full-time, professor, associate professor, or assistant professor 2.Number of Positions Available: One 3.Starting Date: From: April 1, 2016 4. Specialty: American Culture, American Literature, or American History 5.Qualifications:   1)Completed doctoral degree, or equivalent academic attainment   2) Experience in working at university or research institute level 3) A very high knowledge of and ability in American Englishpreferablyat native speaker level 4) Experience or potential interest in taking part in English language curriculum management in higher education 6. Duties:   Teach classes for the Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences (primarily the School of Culture, Media and Society and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences)  ▪ Lecture classes in the above two schools related to American Culture   ▪Specialized seminars (enshu) in the above areas for the above two schools  ▪ Graduation seminars for the School of Culture, Media and Society or graduation thesis supervising in the above areas  ▪English classes for the Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences   ▪Lectures or seminars for the graduate schoolof the Faculty of Letters, Arts,  and Sciences *Specifics of classes will be determined by the departments concerned after the successful applicant has been appointed.   In addition to teaching, the successful applicant will take part in the planning and management of the English language curriculum and other related duties. 7.Salary and benefits: Determined by the university’s regulations 8. Application Materials:   1) The official university CV form (早稲田大学文学学術院教員応募履歴書)including teaching experience and publications (1 copy)    (Download the form from the link below)   2) Single Copies of three representative publications (either offprints or photocopies)   3) Two letters of recommendation (Japanese or English) in sealed envelopes   4) Sample proposals for two lectures, one for the School of Culture, Media and Society and one for the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (written in English)    (Download the form from the link below) *The front of envelope must say “American Culture” in red ink. *Application materials will not be returned unless the applicant includes a stamped self-addressed envelope,or an envelope and a filled out form for Takkyubin or other home delivery service “chakubarai”. *Only the official Waseda CV form 「早稲田大学文学学術院教員応募履歴書」(教育・研究業績を含む)will be accepted. Please download it and instructions for filling it out from: <http://flas.waseda.jp/flas/faculty/application_form/> *Follow the directions and fill out the form for two proposed lectures 「文化構想学部・文学部講義試案(2種)」(250-500 words each) which can be downloaded from: <http://flas.waseda.jp/flas/wp-content/uploads/sites/7/2015/04/04-proposal_for_lecture.doc> 9. Deadline: May 29 (Fri) 18:00(JST) *Send the required materials by registered mailor by Takkyubin or other home delivery service  to the address below (11. Contact Information). 10. Selection Schedule:   1) First Stage: Applicants will be informed of the results by June 26, 2015.   2) Second Stage: Those who pass the first stage will be invited to interview. Interviews will take place on July 4, 2015. Note: Candidates will not be reimbursed for travel expenses. 11.Contact Information:   Personnel Search Committee   Waseda University Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences   1-24-1 Toyama, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-8644   E-mail: bungaku-koubo@list.waseda.jp Note: Waseda University is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty in order to promote globalization and gender equality on campus. In all matters related to faculty recruitment and promotion, the University prohibits any form of discrimination on the basis of national origin, gender, religion, creed, political affiliation, or disability.

Assoc./Asst. Prof (fixed-term) position in English, Foreign Language Institute, Kanazawa University, Japan

Announcement of Fixed-Term Faculty Position, Foreign Language Institute, Kanazawa University The Foreign Language Institute, Kanazawa University (KU) invites applications for a fixed-term faculty position as associate professor or assistant professor. 1. Open Position: Fixed-term associate professorship or assistant professorship 2. Number of Positions: One 3. Affiliation: Foreign Language Institute, Kanazawa University 4. Main Duties: 1) Teaching up to 8 undergraduate English courses per week. The courses to be taught include, but are not limited to, English for Academic Purposes and preparation for international English tests such as TOEIC, TOEFL, and IELTS in the KU common education (liberal arts) curriculum 2) Designing/planning and coordinating English language courses in the KU common education (liberal arts) curriculum 3) Developing teaching materials for English language courses in the KU common education (liberal arts) curriculum 4) Undertaking administrative and other duties as required by the head of the department 5. Qualifications: Applicants should: 1) be native speakers of English (or equivalent). 2) have at least 5 years of experience teaching English to undergraduates at Japanese universities. 3) hold a master’s degree (or equivalent).* *Applicants without a master’s degree are required to have at least 10 years of experience teaching English to undergraduates at Japanese universities, rather than the 5 years called for in qualification #2. 4) have at least 3 years of experience teaching English for Academic Purposes or teaching preparation for international English tests (TOEIC, TOEFL, IELTS) at Japanese universities. 5) have research interests in the areas of foreign language education, intercultural communication, or overseas study promotion. 6) have experience in the development of teaching materials and/or curricula. The successful candidate is required to reside in Kanazawa or in its surrounding areas during employment.

Assoc. Professor or Lecturer (tenured) in English language teaching at Tsuda College, Tokyo

Associate professor (junkyōju) or lecturer (sennin kōshi) in English language teaching (tenured) – Tsuda College The Department of English at Tsuda College, located on the college's Kodaira Campus in Kodaira-shi, Tokyo (Japan), invites applications for a tenured associate professor (junkyōju) or lecturer (sennin kōshi) position in English language teaching. The starting date is 1 April, 2016, and the deadline for applications is 9 June, 2015 (Tue.) (delivery deadline). For details on the job and application procedure, please visit <http://www.tsuda.ac.jp/hak1k30000008bfv-att/EnglishLanguageBoshuyoko2015.pdf>.

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