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Two Full-time Asst. Professor positions (limited contract) at Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Nagoya
Nagoya University of Commerce & Business Overview: Founded in 1953, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business (NUCB) is situated on an exceptionally beautiful campus in the most economically productive region of Japan: Nagoya. One of the leading business schools in Japan, NUCB consistently receives high academic rankings and is strongly committed to global standards for excellence in scholarship and research. It is also the only business school in Japan to be accredited by both AACSB International and AMBA. NUCB is comprised of just over 3,500 students and 100 teaching staff. About 30 of the teaching staff are from abroad. NUCB is now inviting motivated and academically inclined English language teaching scholars to join us in achieving our ambitious goals of our faculty (i.e. Faculty of Communication). We are seeking to fill two full-time positions (Assistant Professorships) for 2016 academic year (contracts will start April 1st). Duties & responsibilities: • Teaching responsibilities: 7 classes of 100 minutes per week, focusing on English language and cross-cultural communication with the aim of increasing student TOEIC scores. • Non-teaching responsibilities: maintain office hours, provide additional support to students, conduct and publish research, and participate in all official university functions. • Active participation in curriculum reform, course adaptation and faculty development. Conditions: • Two-year renewable contract with a highly competitive salary based on qualifications and experience. • Salary scheme will be paid in 14 installments per year. • Holidays in line with normal Japanese university conventions. • Excellent benefits package including private health insurance. • Financial and other assistance in relocating to Japan (including obtaining a Japanese work visa) will be provided if necessary. Application procedures: Please gather the following application materials: 1. Curriculum vitae including passport-type photo. 2. List of academic and other publications. 3. Letter of recommendation from current/previous academic supervisor/employer. 4. Proof of degree qualifications, certificates etc. 5. Statement of teaching and research philosophy and future research goals. Application Procedure: To apply for this position, please assemble all the application materials detailed above in electronic form, and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org . Applicants who meet the stated criteria will be contacted immediately upon receipt and invited for a teaching demonstration (in–person if in Japan or by recorded video if overseas) followed by an interview either in person, or by Skype for overseas applicants. Application Deadline: November 10th, 2015
Job Opening for Part-time English Instructor We are looking for a native speaker of English who is interested in teaching university-level English classes on part-time basis offered by the English Education Development Center at Toyo Gakuen University. For more info, download the [PDF] 非常勤講師の公募（英語） 非常勤講師(英語) 任用期間：平成28年4月から平成29年3月。ただし再任用をさまたげない。 担当科目：1年生「基礎英語」（必修）、2年生「応用英語」（必修・選択必修）。 一回90分の授業を週2コマまたは3コマ行う。 勤務地：本郷キャンパス（東京都文京区）あるいは流山キャンパス（千葉県流山市） For more info, download the [PDF]
The International School of the Sacred Heart in Hiroo is seeking a part-time Japanese Language Teacher to teach Japanese as a foreign language to High School students starting immediately. Applicants must be qualified teachers with recent experience. Please forward your interest, resumes or enquiries about this position to email@example.com.
Teacher of English Posts at British Council, Tokyo The British Council Tokyo Teaching Centre is looking for qualified and highly experienced teachers who are living in the Tokyo area to join our large and dynamic team. To apply for this position, you must be willing and available to teach on five consecutive days per week, which may be Tuesday to Saturday or Sunday to Thursday. Applicants must be expert speakers of English with a bachelor’s degree and a working visa who hold the Cambridge CELTA or Trinity Certificate TEFL and generally have at least two years full-time post-qualification teaching experience. It is also desirable that you hold the Cambridge DELTA or Trinity Diploma and have experience of teaching young learners and a wide range of adult courses and levels. The teachers appointed to these posts can expect to be assigned to teach in a variety of teaching contexts, including adult group classes, university classes and in junior high schools. Teachers for these posts are contracted to work a 30-hour week with up to 18 hours of teaching contact time. For further details regarding the posts and the application procedure, please go to: http://bit.ly/JPN-T-1223-EXT The closing date for applications, which must be made through the British Council website, is October 11th
POSITION OF LECTURER IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (Full-time) SOJO UNIVERSITY, Kumamoto City April 2016 The Sojo International Learning Center (SILC) is responsible for teaching English Communication and Academic English classes to undergraduates from the university's five faculties. The SILC also houses a large self-access learning center. This position is initially for a period of two years, with the option to renew twice for additional two-year contracts subject to certain conditions (maximum 6 years total). There are excellent opportunities for research and professional development. Job Description 1) Teaching duties. Eight 90-minute classes per week in each of two fifteen-week semesters and three hours per week in the center’s conversation lounge or skills practice areas. 2) Curriculum development. Lecturers are required to contribute to systematic curriculum evaluation/renewal and contribute to one or more of the institutional research projects taking place in the SILC. 3) Administrative. Attend meetings, events and activities organized by the SILC and/or wider university; assist in administration of in-house tests; and cooperate with the university’s PR section in the promotion of the university. Members of the SILC are expected to be at the university for five working days per week during academic terms, normally from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm. Start of Appointment: 1st April 2016 (successful applicants are expected to be available for an orientation program commencing March 28) Essential qualifications 1) Masters level degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics or closely related field 2) Two years relevant teaching experience, at secondary and/or post-secondary level 3) Able to plan and deliver consistently high quality lessons to students with diverse needs and abilities. 4) Able to use CALL technologies to support learning (experience of Moodle an advantage) 5) Clear evidence of practitioner research / scholarly engagement (conference presentations, academic publication record, research participation, etc.) and strong commitment to continuing professional development Salary/benefits 1) ¥5,000,000 per year, commuting allowance, research allowance 2) Extensive support for research and professional development 3) Generous vacation periods Deadline for applications is 18th October, 2015 Applicants should submit the following documentation in pdf format via email: 1) CV/Resume including a passport-sized photo, full employment history, and details of research interests / achievements 2) Details of three people prepared to act as referees (applicants will be informed before referees are contacted) 3) Cover letter highlighting your teaching philosophy and suitability for the post (500 words). Selected candidates will be contacted after the deadline and invited to initial interviews which will be conducted in early November via videoconferencing or in person depending on the applicant’s place of residence. Please note that additional documents may be requested as part of the selection process. Address correspondence to The Recruitment Committee, Sojo International Learning Center and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyushu Sangyo University, Language Education and Research Center (LERC) - Contract Full-Time Lecturer
Prefecture and City: Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka-ken Institution: Kyushu Sangyo University, Language Education and Research Center (LERC) Title of Position: Contract Full-Time Lecturer Duties: Teaching courses for the LERC's TOEIC-oriented interdepartmental general English program More information and résumé template [Download]
TOKYO: KOMAZAWA UNIVERSITY’s Faculty of Global Media Studies invites applications from English language education professionals for part-time adjunct positions (非常勤講師) beginning April 2016. Applicants will normally have an MA in TESOL or related field and a minimum of three publications. Location: TOKYO Institution: KOMAZAWA UNIVERSITY, Faculty of Global Media Studies Position: Part-time adjunct lecturer (非常勤講師) Start date: April 1st 2016 Qualifications: MA in TESOL or related field and a minimum of three (3) publications Duties: To teach first- and second-year compulsory English courses (Listening Skills & Strategies and Oral Communication III/IV). Please note: These classes are held twice a week. One schedule is on Tuesdays and Thursdays; another schedule is on Tuesdays and Fridays. Applicants need to be available both days. Salary: approximately 32,500 yen per koma for foreign teachers paid 12 months of the year. Application materials: Please send your resume /CV as a PDF file to: <email@example.com>
Japan Lakeland College Japan, a U.S. college branch campus based in Shinjuku, Tokyo seeks an Adjunct Professor of Sociology to teach at its Osaka campus. The position begins in January 2016. Duties: Teach Introduction to Sociology, 3 hours per week (class meets 2 times per week; class times are flexible based on instructor's availability); be available for 1-2 office hours per week. Qualifications: Masters degree in Sociology required (Ph.D. preferred); college-level teaching experience is required; must currently reside in Japan with a valid visa. **Applicants who do not have a Master's degree in an appropriate field or do not live in Japan will not be considered. Please send resume and references to Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: firstname.lastname@example.org by October 10, 2015.
Japan Lakeland College Japan, a U.S. college branch campus located in Shinjuku, Tokyo seeks a full-time Academic Writing Teacher and Writing Program Coordinator. The position begins in January 2016. Duties: Teach 3 college composition classes per semester (each class meets for 75-85 minutes 2 times a week); oversee 3-4 other writing teachers and coordinate a sequence of 3 required writing courses; be available for regular office hours, committee work, student advising, etc. Qualifications: Masters degree in a related field required (Ph.D. preferred); experience teaching college-level writing is required (preferably at an American college/university); must currently reside in Japan with a valid visa. **Applicants who do not have a Master’s degree in an appropriate field or do not live in Japan will not be considered. Benefits: 9 weeks paid vacation; Japanese national health and pension insurance. Salary: competitive. Please send resume and references to Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: email@example.com by October 10, 2015.