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The Center for General Education at Tokyo Keizai University invites applications for a position at the contract instructor level as described below. 1. Research Field: English education and related fields. 2. Job description: (a) This instructor will teach English courses offered by the Center for General Education. The course load is a minimum of eight courses a week, taught over four days a week. (b) Administrative duties include assistance in curriculum development and management of the English program (e.g., development of educational content and teaching methodology/materials) and preparation of entrance exams. * The instructor will be assigned to the Faculty of Business Administration. 3. Number of positions: One (1) 4. Position Title: contract instructor 5. Starting Date: April 1, 2016 6. Term of Contract: From April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2019. After completion of this term, the contract may be renewed up to two times on a yearly basis. 7. Application Period: From July 24, 2015 (Friday) to August 21, 2016 (Friday) 8. Salary: 450,000 per month 9. Qualifications: (a) Master’s degree in English (b) Experience in teaching English as a second/foreign language (c) A candidate whose native language is not Japanese should have the ability to perform administrative tasks in Japanese. 10. Application materials: (a) Curriculum vitae (rirekisho) and a list of publications (kyuooiku-kenkyuu-gyuoosekisho), for which the specified forms should be downloaded from the university website: http://www.tku.ac.jp/gakumu/kyouin-jinji-shorui//). (b) One offprint or copy of three major academic publications (c) An essay which summarizes 1) how you’ve taught English so far, and 2) how you would adapt the way you teach English for students at Tokyo Keizai University. The essay should be written in English if the candidate is a native speaker of Japanese, and in Japanese if otherwise. 11. Selection Procedure: (a) Screening of application materials (b) Interview and demonstration lesson * Upon completion of the initial screening of application materials, final candidates will be selected and be notified of the result by the 10th of September. Then, they will be interviewed and be asked to give a demonstration lesson by the 20th of September. * Final candidates should submit proof of completion of their final academic program (e.g., a copy of their MA/Ph.D. diploma). 12. Submission of application materials Send application materials to: Director of the Center for General Education, Prof. Tomomi Yokohata Tokyo Keizai University Minami-cho 1-7-34 Kokubunji, Tokyo 185-8502 Japan All application materials must be received by Friday, August 21, 2015. Print “Application documents (English contract instructor)” in red on the face of the envelope, and send it by registered mail. 13. Notes on submission of application materials (a) Applicants should use the specified forms for curriculum vitae and a list of publications (see 10(1)). Download them from the university website: http://www.tku.ac.jp/gakumu/kyouin-jinji-shorui//). (b) All information in the application will be kept confidential. The submitted materials will be used only for the purposes mentioned above. (3) Submitted materials will not be returned. (4) Unsuccessful applicants may be contacted later regarding part-time instructor positions for the next academic year. (5) Questions regarding your application should be sent ONLY via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full-time (limited-term contract) instructor for university international exchange & study abroad programs, Seikei Institute for International Studies, Tokyo (Kichijoji)
Job Announcement #2 Full-Time Instructor Seikei Institute for International Studies (For University International Exchange & Study Abroad Programs) **N.B. There are two positions advertised for Seikei Gakuen that have slightly different requirements and conditions. Job title: Full-time instructor at Seikei Institute for International Studies (also employed as university faculty); a few openings (open to all nationalities) Recruiting period: Application materials must arrive by Friday, September 4, 2015 Hiring date: April 1, 2016 Job description: A successful candidate will be required to help implement and manage educational and research programs related to English teaching, international exchange, and study at Seikei Gakuen (mainly Seikei University) in order to foster students’ global competence. Work position: A successful candidate will be required to teach a standard number of classes (6 classes of university courses per week and 2 tutoring classes) and perform other duties assigned by the Institute director, up to 40 hours per week. The candidate will be expected to be on campus 4 full days per week to engage in the duties below: Teach courses for English and intercultural communication Give advice on studying abroad to Seikei University students Select study abroad candidates for both inbound and outbound students Coordinate with exchange partner institutions (may involve taking trips overseas) Gather information on new exchange partner institutions Engage in other tasks related to international exchange and study abroad for Seikei University students Perform duties assigned by the Institute Director Salary and benefits: \300,000 or \350,000/month (tax included) based on experience, with summer bonus (equal to one month salary) and winter bonus (equal to one and a half months of salary). A research fund, transportation expenses, and shared office space will also be provided. There is also a joint research project budget. Term of office: Full-time (fixed-term employment) Qualifications: Degree holders of Master’s level or higher preferred. Native English speakers or those who have the equivalent English abilities. *Please see the following link for more details: http://www.seikei.ac.jp/gakuen/recruit/teacher/university.html
Full-time (limited-term contract) university English instructor, Seikei Institute for International Studies, Tokyo (Kichijoji)
Job Announcement Full-Time Instructor at Seikei Institute for International Studies (For University English Courses) Job title: Full-time instructor at Seikei Institute for International Studies (also employed as university faculty); a few openings (open to all nationalities) Recruiting period: Application materials must arrive by Friday, September 4, 2015 Hiring date: April 1, 2016 Job description: A successful candidate will be required to engage in English teaching and related research with a focus on developing communication skills at Seikei Gakuen, and in assisting with the administrative duties at the Institute. Work position: A successful candidate will be required to teach a standard number of classes (8 classes of university courses per week) and perform other duties assigned by the Institute director, up to 40 hours a week. The candidate will be expected to be on campus 4 full days per week. Research field: English education (TESOL) and other related fields Salary and benefits: \300,000 or \350,000/month (tax included) based on experience, with summer bonus (equal to one month salary) and winter bonus (equal to one and a half months of salary). A research fund, transportation expenses, and shared office space will also be provided. There is also a joint research project budget. Term of office: Full-time (fixed-term employment) Qualifications: Degree holders of Master’s level or higher preferred. Native English speakers or those who have the equivalent English abilities. *Please see the following link for more details: http://www.seikei.ac.jp/gakuen/recruit/teacher/university.html
Full-time English teaching position at College of Business & Communication, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Pref.
常勤英語教職員の公募 学校法人深堀学園 外語ビジネス専門学校（川崎市）は常勤英語教職員を募集します。 【職務内容】1．英会話、TOEIC等英語科目の担当、2．コース、カリキュラム開発、3．教務事務、4．企業の英語研修の担当、5．企画広報、6．その他必要とされる業務 【応募条件】1. TESOL もしくは関連分野での修士号（または同等の経歴）をお持ちの方、2. TOEIC 900点以上、または同等の英語力 【待遇】経験、能力等により優遇いたします。私立学校共済事業団の保険・年金制度に加入していただきます。 【募集期間】 2015年8月19日まで（適任者決定次第、締め切ります） 【着任時期】 2015年9月1日 【応募方法】 履歴書（写真添付、メールアドレス明記のこと）及び職務経歴書を郵送またはEメール添付にて下記までお送り下さい。書類選考通過の方のみにメールで筆記試験、面接、デモレッスンのご案内を差し上げますことをご了承ください。不採用の場合、ご提出いただいた応募書類一式につきましては、返却の申し出がない限り本校にて責任をもって廃棄させていただきますのでご了承ください。書類選考にかかる旅費等は自己負担とさせていただきます。 【応募先】 〒210-0007 神奈川県川崎市川崎区駅前本町22-1 外語ビジネス専門学校 採用担当：深堀 雄一郎（email@example.com）、ギタウ 明香（firstname.lastname@example.org）
Full-time (limited-term contract) English language teaching position, School of Social Informatics, Aoyama Gakuin University, Sagamihara campus, Kanagawa Pref., Japan
Applications are now being accepted for one position at the assistant professor level at Aoyama Gakuin University in the School of Social Informatics (Sagamihara campus). Starting date: April 1, 2016 Applicants should have at least a Master’s degree (although preference will be given to Ph.D. holders) in TESOL/TEFL, Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Communications, or related field, with at least three years of university teaching experience. This is a one-year contract which is renewable annually for up to three additional years (upon mutual agreement) as stipulated by Aoyama Gakuin regulations. Candidates will be mainly responsible for teaching courses in English communication and assisting in developing the undergraduate English language program in the School of Social Informatics. Application materials must be received by September 3, 2015 (deadline). For further information about the position and the application procedure, please check either of the following web links: http://www.aoyama.ac.jp/recruit/detail161.html https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?FA122EA3=9FF480AC3BFCA16B4E0339A577DB28C9&fn=3&dt=1&id=D115070902&ln_jor=1
Full-time(non-tenured) English teaching positions, Tokai University, Shonan campus, Foreign Language Center, Hiratsuka City, Kanagawa Pref., Japan
Tokai University Shonan Campus Foreign Language Center Seeking Several Teachers for Non-tenured Full-time Positions Starting April 2016, Kanagawa-ken, Hiratsuka-shi Job Description: Tokai University Foreign Language Center is seeking applicants for several full-time, non-tenured, English teaching positions from April 2016. Job Details: Position: One year contract renewable up to 5 years. Duties: Teach eight 90-minute lessons per week over 4 days (excluding Wednesdays), including required English Listening & Speaking, Reading & Writing, and elective courses; keep weekly office hours, attend monthly teachers’ meeting; proctor common exams; staff the English self-access center (E-Navi), work on committees, coach students for the English speech contest and interviews, attend special events (e.g. Graduation, Entrance Ceremony, Annual General Meeting, etc.) Salary & Benefits: Salary (which includes bonuses) dependent on applicant’s qualifications and past experience; health insurance automatically deducted from salary; 15,000 yen per month housing allowance; annual research allowance; transportation allowance. Due to university policy, more detailed salary information cannot be disclosed at this time; however, a more specific salary range will made available to prospective candidates who are selected for an interview. Requirements: MA or PhD in TEFL, TESL TESOL, Applied Linguistics or related area; Native-level English proficiency; at least 3 years of teaching experience at the college / university level in Japan; previous publications in TEFL, TESL, TESOL, Applied Linguistics or a related field; Japanese ability preferred but not required. Basic computer skills (Word, Excel, etc.) are required. Will sponsor / renew applicant’s visa. Application Materials: A complete application packet contains the following: (1) an introductory cover letter no more than one page long detailing your interest and qualifications for the position addressed to Charles Kowalski, Vice-Chair, Group 1, FLC (2) a CV / resume with a recent photo including a list of publications. (3) copies of three major publications from those listed on your CV, (4) copies of your diploma(s) and teaching certificates, (5) copies of transcripts (6) two sample syllabi for a university English course, preferably combined skills courses (e.g. Reading and Writing/Listening and Speaking), (7) photocopy of first passport page with photo, photocopy of visa page, photocopy of residence/foreign registration card. All application material must be sent by postal mail. Only applications of those currently residing in Japan will be considered. Please send all completed application packages to Charles Kowalski (address listed below).Application materials will NOT be returned. Selection Process: Preliminary screening will be based on application documents. Candidates who pass the first stage of the selection process will be notified in September, and asked to submit two signed and sealed letters of recommendation, written within the past six months. Interviews for candidates successfully advancing to the second stage (including a mock teaching session) will likely be scheduled for October. It is therefore important that you list current contact information (email and home and mobile phone numbers) on your CV. Interview transportation costs are to be borne by the applicant, and those interviewed must bring their original diplomas with them. Deadline: Completed application packets must arrive by Monday, August 31, 2015. Contact Details: Send completed application packets by post to: Charles Kowalski, Group 1 Vice-Chair, Foreign Language Center (FLC), Tokai University Shonan Campus, 4-1-1 Kitakaname, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa-ken, 259-1292; Tel: 0463-58-1211; Fax: 0463-59-5365 Email: All application materials listed are required. Please read the information carefully. If you have additional questions not specified in the listing, please contact Charles Kowalski, Group 1 Vice-Chair, Foreign Language Center (FLC) at email@example.com. Website: http://www.u-tokai.ac.jp (university)
Job Notice: Gakushuin University Foreign Language Teaching and Research Centre Call for applications for part-time English teachers (April 2016) Native or near-native English-speaking teachers and native Japanese-speaking teachers are invited to apply. Teaching Positions: 90-minute English communication and English reading classes for undergraduates, held once per week for 2x15-week semesters (courses are year-long from April to January). Days and times of classes are negotiable, and salary depends onqualifications and experience.Teachers are hired on a need basis for one year and may be invited to continue on a year-to-year basis. Qualifications: Applicants must: 1. be native speakers of English, or have near-native proficiency with experience living in an English-speaking country OR be native speakers of Japanese with near-native proficiency in English and experience living in an English-speaking country 2. hold a Master’s degree or higher, in TESOL or related field 3. have at least 3 years of teaching experience at the post-secondarylevel in Japan 4. have a list of academic publications Interested applicants should send by mail a folder containing their complete resume, including educational background, work experience and list of publications, along with a one-page essay in English describing their approach to teaching English,tothe office of theForeign Language Teaching & Research Centre. (See address below.) Applicants should indicate their availability to teach (days and times)in their cover letter. Please write “Part-Time (English) 2016” in red ink on the envelope. Application deadline: September 12, 2015(Applications must arrive by this date.) Telephone inquiries will not be accepted. Foreign Language Teaching & Research Centre Gakushuin University Mejiro 1-5-1 Toshima-ku Tokyo 171-8588
No.15-268 3 July, 2015 Eiji Hisamatsu, Dean Faculty of International Studies, Ryukoku University Faculty Recruitment Announcement The Faculty of International Studies, Ryukoku University, invites applications for one full-time, tenured position in the field of English Education. 1. Major Field of Study: English Education, TESOL 2. Major Teaching Areas: Reading, Writing, Advanced Writing Strategies (Department of Global Studies) 3. Position and Rank: One tenured position available for an Associate Professor or a Lecturer 4. Starting Date of Employment: April 1, 2016 5. Qualifications: (1) Doctorate or equivalent research required (2) Ability to teach classes in Japanese and English required (3) Ability to perform administrative duties in Japanese and English (4) Secondary school English teaching certificate desirable 6. Required Documents*: (1) Academic C.V. with photo, original and 3 copies (Form 1) (2) Record of educational experience, qualifications and achievements, original and three copies (Form 2) (3) List of publications (with the three most important marked with a circle), original and three copies (Form 3) (4) Four originals, offprints or copies, of the three publications marked in (3) above (5) Summaries of the three publications marked in (3) above, up to 800 words each, 4 copies (Form 4) (6) A statement of teaching philosophy you would follow if you are hired, on one sheet of A4 paper in any style, 4 copies (7) A statement of highest academic degree and/or academic field, 4 copies (Form 5) (8) A stamped, self-addressed envelope for notification of results * Those candidates desiring the return of publications included in (4) above, please provide an appropriate-sized envelope as (8). Documents other than publications will not be returned. Please fill out all documents, in principle using a word processor, in Japanese. Document Forms can be downloaded from the Ryukoku University homepage: http://www.ryukoku.ac.jp/employment.html\ 7. Document Submission Deadline: September 11, 2015 8. Selection Process: (1) After considering submitted materials, short-listed candidates will be called for an interview and may also be asked to give a model lecture. (2) Selected candidates will be asked to submit a health certificate and proof of final degree earned. (3) Applicants will be directly notified of the results of the selection process (approximately late November 2015). 9. Applications should be sent by registered mail to: Attn: Faculty Recruitment Committee Ryukoku University, Faculty of International Studies Academic Affairs Office 67 Tsukamoto-cho, Fukakusa, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto 612-8577 Tel: +81-(0)75-645-5645 Fax: +81-(0)75-645-6444 Please write “English Education faculty position application materials” in red ink on the outside of the envelope and make certain that all necessary materials have been included. Personal information submitted by applicants will be handled in strict compliance with the appropriate confidentiality guidelines of the University and will only be used for the purposes of evaluation and selection. The Faculty of International Studies respects diversity among its faculty. Presently it is comprised of 40% international and 23% female members.
Full-time (tenure-track) posiition in English education in Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Toyohashi University of Technology, Aichi Pref., Japan
Toyohashi University of Technology invites applications from motivated female researchers for one full-time, tenure-track position in the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The successful applicant will be expected to teach English communicative classes and contribute to the university’s drive toward globalization. The appointment, at the rank of Associate Professor, will start from April 2016. Qualifications: (1) Female (2) Native speaker of English or the equivalent, and competent in Japanese communication equivalent to the N1 level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. (3) Hold a doctorate degree in one of the following research areas: English Education, English Linguistics, Communication or other English-related field. (4) Ability to teach English at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Employment Status: Associate Professor: Full-time tenure-track position. Tenure decision will be made 3 to 5 years from start date. Once tenured at the associate professor rank, promotion to full professor is possible. All faculty members must adhere to university regulations. Application: The application period is from Jul 1st to Sep 1st, 2015. Application materials must include: (1) Curriculum vitae in Japanese or English with photo, address, phone number, email address, education history, employment history, and related qualifications (TOEFL, TOEIC, JLPT scores, etc.) (2) Publications and research accomplishments: 1. Academic and publication history should be submitted using the downloaded forms below: http://www.tut.ac.jp/about/docs/H20-06kyoikujisseki.doc http://www.tut.ac.jp/about/docs/H20-92kyoikujisseki-rei.doc (sample doc) 2. List of academic society memberships and activities wherein 3. List of grants received (3) Statement of research activities (ca. 1,000 words) (4) Photocopies or offprints of 3 to 5 major publications with abstracts (ca. 500 words each) (5) Proof of doctorate degree (copy of diploma or transcript) (6) Summary of educational achievements. (7) Research plan for applicant’s main research area and a teaching plan for students in the engineering field. (8) Names and addresses of two people that can be contacted for reference Selection Procedure: (1) Document screening (successful applicants will be informed of an interview detail.) (2) An interview with the selection committee (candidate may be asked to give a class demonstration or research presentation). (3) The successful applicant will be informed when the selection procedure is complete. All application materials must be sent to: Prof. Mihoko Kato, Deputy Chair Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences Toyohashi University of Technology 1-1 Hibarigaoka, Tenpaku, Toyohashi 441-8580, Japan Note: On the envelope, please write in red “Application Documents for English Faculty Position.” -All documents must be sent by registered mail. -Submitted documents will not be returned. -Any related expenses are the responsibility of the applicant. Disclaimer: Toyohashi University of Technology is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty by promoting gender equality on campus. As it pertains to current faculty recruitment, the university has set aside this new position to be filled exclusively with a female researcher in order to address the present situation of gender imbalance. This is in accordance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Law, Article 8 (an exception regarding female workers).
Two Full-time (tenured) position in English language instruction, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Kyoto Institute of Technology
Tenured positions, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology is now recruiting two permanent faculty members in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences to start from April 2016. For full information please access: http://www.kit.ac.jp/uni_index/teacher-employment-2/ 1. The job type: Associate Professor. 2. Research field: TESOL/TEFL, Language Education Technology (CALL, e-learning, etc.), Applied Linguistics, English Linguistics, Intercultural Communication, Comparative Culture, Literature in English 3. Job duties include: teaching English-related courses in graduate and undergraduate programs, management of English language programs, coordination of part-time lecturers, organization of study abroad programs and other related administrative duties. Teaching evening classes may be required. 4. Employment status: Full-time, tenure-track. 5. Mandatory retirement age: 65. 6. Work location: Kyoto, Japan. 7. Qualifications: Ph.D. in a relevant field (See “Research field” above) or equivalent achievements in research. Native-level English proficiency. Considerable amount of teaching experience of English at university level. Sufficient command of Japanese to carry out administrative duties. 8. Treatment: Annual income is calculated in accordance with the Annual Salary Scheme based on the wage regulations of Kyoto Institute of Technology. The following website gives Japanese information about the salary system: http://www.kit.ac.jp/01/prescriptions/act/frame/frame110000318.htm 9. Deadline for application: 2015/08/31 17:00 (delivery deadline). 10. Application materials: (1)Cuhttp:// http://www.kit.ac.jp/uni_index/teacher-employment-2/ rriculum Vitae (Form 1 available at http://www.kit.ac.jp/uni_index/teacher-employment-2/), (2)List of academic publications (Form 2 available at http://www.kit.ac.jp/uni_index/teacher-employment-2/). Please categorize research under the headings of “Authored books”, “Peer-reviewed academic papers”, “Non peer-reviewed academic papers”, “Presentations” and “Other”. (3)List of successfully acquired competitive funding (if any). Include the full funding scheme title, duration of the grant, project research theme, amount and the name of the principal project investigator in the case of a joint application when the principal project investigator is someone other than the applicant. (4)Three copies of five major publications. Offprints and photocopies are acceptable. (5)Description of teaching experience and future goals (approximately 1000 Japanese characters or 500 English words). (6)Description of research activities and future plans (approximately 1000 Japanese characters or 500 English words). (7)Names and contact details of two referees including email addresses. Application documents will not be returned. Information provided will only be used for the purpose of making a selection decision. Please send all application materials by registered mail to: Labor and Personnel Department, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Matsugasaki Hashigami-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 606-8585, Japan.Please write in red on the submission envelope: "APPLICATION DOCUMENTS". 11. Method of selection: After the initial screening, shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview at Kyoto Institute of Technology. In that event, travel expenses are to be borne by the applicant. If any additional paperwork is required, the costs will also be borne by the applicant. 12. Inquiries: Labor and Personnel Department, Kyoto Institute of Technology, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.