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Osaka Jogakuin invites applications for full-time positions at both Osaka Jogakuin University and Osaka Jogakuin College beginning April 1, 2016, in the field of English education. Qualifications and requirements: 1) Doctorate/Master's degree or academic achievements equivalent to these degree (TEFL, Applied Linguistics, or related field), 2) Experience teaching at universities and colleges, 3) Active interest in improving education, research, and student advising, 4) Native/Near-native speaker competence in English and Japanese from any nation, 5) Sufficient Japanese and English ability to teach, provide academic/daily advising to students, work with other teachers from any nation, 6) For native/near-native Japanese, sufficient English ability for content-based teaching in English classes, 7) Living in or around Osaka city, if selected, and 8) A commitment to the University's Christian mission ※ The successful candidate will highlight their experiences in one or more of the following areas: • Test making / statistics • Materials development / curriculum design • E-learning / CALL / interest in or experience teaching with tablet computers • Overseas programs (orientation, escorting) ※ Application can be made using the same documents to both Osaka Jogakuin University and Osaka Jogakuin College. To be considered for the position, please complete the application form and send the required documents by mail. For more information, please refer to: 1) “JREC-IN” HP In English https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?C4092888=32AAA992C4A32AAE9E7E505D3115A43A&fn=3&dt=1&id=D115080607&ln_jor=1 (for OJU) https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?C4092888=27E450A9C5FF55F03CF608C18E40C5D9&fn=3&dt=1&id=D115080611&ln_jor=1 (for OJC) In Japanese https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?fn=3&id=D115080607&ln_jor=0 https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?fn=3&id=D115080611&ln_jor=0 2) OJU/OJC HP http://www.wilmina.ac.jp/oj/
Full-time English-teaching positions in new department (April 2017), Bunkyo University, Saitama Pref.
教員の公募について（ご依頼） Open call for one full-time position (request) To Whom It May Concern: 時下ますますご清栄のこととお慶び申し上げます。 I hope you are continuing to be in good health. このたび本学部では、専任教員を下記募集要領により公募することとなりました。ご多用中誠に恐縮ですが、関係各位にご周知方ご配慮を賜りますよう、よろしくお願いします。 At this time, our faculty is inviting public participation in selecting a full-time teacher according to the following points. We are grateful for your consideration at this busy time and we would like to thank you in advance. 1. 採用職種 Job position 教授、准教授、又は専任講師 １名 One Professor, Associate Professor or Full-time Lecturer 2. 所属 Faculty 文学部 外国語学科 [専門分野: 言語学、地域研究（英語圏・フランス語圏）、社会学] Faculty of Literature, Foreign Language Department [Research field: Linguistics, Regional Studies（the English-speaking and French-speaking world）, Sociology] 3. 担当科目 Courses to be taught European Studies, Environmental Studies, Workshop for Project C and D, Global Issues and Current Events, World Englishes, Seminar I and II, フランス語で学ぶフランス語、トピックで学ぶフランス語，等 Learning About French in French, Topics in French, etc. 4. 応募条件 Requirements A. 修士（人文学の分野）以上の学位、またはそれと同等以上の研究業績を有すること。Master’s (in the liberal arts area) or higher degree, or the equivalent qualification. B. 多文化理解、国際理解に関わる専門分野を有し、英語圏およびフランス語圏の文化・社会を対象とする研究業績があること。Specialized in the areas of multicultural understanding, and international relations, as well as study achievements connected with the culture and society of the English-speaking and French-speaking world. C. 英語とフランス語のバイリンガル、またはどちらか一方を母語とし（あるいはそれに準ずるバックグラウンドを持ち）、英語で展開する授業や外国語（英語およびフランス語）の授業を担当できること。 Bilingual in English and French or having English or French as a mother tongue (or having a strong background in both languages). Able to take charge of classes conducted in EnglishandFrench. D. 校務に支障のない日本語能力を持つこと。Have enough ability in Japanese to participate in school administration work. E. 文部科学省への新学科設置届け出書類受理を採用条件とする。 Subject to acceptance of the new faculty’s documents about conditions of employment by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. 5. 採用予定日 Expected date of employment 平成２９年４月１日 April 1, 2017 6. 給与Salary 本学園給与規定による In accordance with the Bunkyo University’s salary scale 7.提出書類 Required documents ① 履歴書（写真貼付のこと）１通 One copy of your Curriculum Vitae (with photo attached) ② 教育研究業績書 １通 One copy of list of publications ③上記②に記載された業績のうち主要なもの5点（抜き刷り、コピー可）Copies of five major publications from your list of publications ④ 従来の研究内容の概説と今後の教育・研究内容に対する抱負（800字程度、 本学所定の書式による）A summary of your research and a statement describing the education and research you intend to pursue (about 800 characters in Japanese and 400 words in English): ※ 注意：①②④は本学所定の様式を用いること。 ※ 本学所定書式は、下記のURLよりダウンロードできます。 http://www.bunkyo.ac.jp/gakuen/saiyo.htm ※ 応募書類は原則として返却しません。返却をご希望の場合は、返却希望の書類を明記の上、返信用封筒を同封してください Warning: Please follow the Bunkyo University format which can be downloaded at http://www.bunkyo.ac.jp/gakuen/saiyo.htm As a general rule, your documents will not be returned to you. If you wish your documents to be returned to you, please enclose a self-addressed envelope big enough to place your documents into it for returning to you by mail. 8.応募締切日 平成27年9月18日（金）必着 Deadline for receiving applications September 18, 2015 90、選考方法 書類選考通過者には、平成27年10月17日（土）頃までに本人宛に通知し、11月8日（日）に面接（模擬授業を含む）を行います。 Selection process： Selected applicants will be informed around October 17, 2015 and will be interviewed (and perform a sample lesson ) on November 8, 2015.
Bi-Lingual Elementary School Teaching positions (K-4) – Generalist / 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
Part-time English Teacher for Kids Days and Time: Morning 10:20-11:50 (with a 10-minute break), every Saturday. Location: Koganei city, Tokyo. Class: 2 classes of kids aged 4 to 6 years. The number of classes may be increased in the future. Pay: 6000 Yen/day (4500 Yen/hour). Required Qualifications: 1. Native or near native level English speaker. 2. Experience in teaching small kids. Preferred Qualifications: 1. Will stay in Japan for more than one year. 2. Any ELT degrees, certificates or training experiences. Please send your resume to email@example.com if you are interested in this position.
Position: Associate Professor of TESOL and Applied Linguistics Department : TUJ Graduate College of Education /College of Education, Main Campus Position type: Full-time Period: September 2016 through December 2017; renewable by mutual consent. Visa Requirement: Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) is able to sponsor a visa for this position. Salary & Benefits: Commensurate with experience. Overview of position:The Graduate College of Education's program at TUJ enjoys a reputation as the highest-quality TESOL program in Japan and one of the highest in the world. Approximately 1,400 master's degrees and over 150 doctoral degrees have been granted at TUJ since 1982. Most of our graduates have remained in Japan, improving the general level of foreign language education. The successful candidate for this position will be expected to maintain and enhance this tradition. The contract will be with TUJ's legal entity in Japan, Temple Educational Support Services, Ltd. but will include a letter of appointment from the Temple University Graduate College of Education. Primary Responsibilities: Teach three graduate courses in spring and fall semesters, with possible summer teaching for additional compensation. Supervise doctoral dissertation writers working in various areas of second-language learning theory and practice and employing quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods. Assist in editing in-house publications by graduate students and in organizing a yearly Applied Linguistics Colloquium. Qualifications & Experience: Ph.D. in TESOL, Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, or a related field. Record of successful teaching and research. Strong history of publications. Doctoral dissertation supervision experience preferred. Application Process: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org with: 1. a letter of application 2. a full academic c.v. 3. contact information for three references 4. copies of three papers published in refereed journals or as book chapters 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 which website/resource you found out about this position. Thank you. Only those applicants who make it past the initial review will be contacted. Also, you can find further more details of this job description on our website here. http://testweb.tuj.ac.jp/joblistings/f-coe-assoc-prof-tesol-app-ling-20150817.html
Tokyo International University (TIU), located in the greater Tokyo area is seeking qualified applicants to teach in the Global Teaching Institute (GTI). The purpose of GTI is to bring undergraduate students in contact with a diverse English-speaking faculty that will engage them in practical English communication skills through a variety of language learning and culture-related topics. Fellows teach a variety of courses including: 1st and 2nd year required skill-based classes, English for academic-purposes (EAP) and English for specific purposes (ESP). For further information: [Download PDF]
Aichi University, Nagoya, Japan, invites applications for the above non-permanent positions. 愛知大学嘱託助教Ⅰ（英語）の公募について Status: Shokutaku JokyoI (Non-tenured Assistant Professor) Number of Positions: 1 Please download full details [Download PDF]
Full-time (tenure-track) Faculty position in English Language Teaching Practices, Akita International University, Akita City, Japan
Akita International University (AIU) Graduate School of Global Communication and Language English Language Teaching Practices Full-time, Tenure-Track Faculty Position The Graduate School of Global Communication and Language invites applications for a position in English Language Teaching Practices at the Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or full Professor level, beginning April 1 or September 1, 2016. AIU opened in 2004 as the first public ‘University Corporation’ in Japan and in 2008 it opened the Graduate School of Global Communication and Language, a distinctive and necessary professional graduate school for these globalized times. AIU’s graduate school consists of three programs: English Language Teaching Practices (ELT), Japanese Language Teaching Practices (JLT), and Global Communication Practices (GCP). These programs provide specialized courses to support the acquisition of knowledge and practice, in order to train highly specialized professionals who can play an active role in today’s internationalized community. Currently, there are 60 Japanese and international students enrolled in the graduate program. For more information, please refer to http://web.aiu.ac.jp/en/. ELT is searching for a vibrant candidate with a passion for, and record of achievement in, classroom teaching and research. The graduate program offers SLA- and TESOL-related coursework aimed at the practical preparation of elementary, junior high or senior high school teachers within Japan, as well as candidates who will teach English elsewhere. AIU is a small university and collaboration across programs is encouraged. To this end, the successful candidate may be asked to teach undergraduate Teaching License Program (TLP) courses, undergraduate composition and academic reading courses, and/or EAP (English for Academic Purposes) courses as part of the annual teaching load. The University operates on a semester system consisting of two 15-week spring and fall semesters, and a 7.5-week winter program in January-February. Faculty members are expected to teach 6 courses (18 credits) per year. Applicants must have a doctorate (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) in a relevant field: SLA, TESOL, linguistics, or literacy studies. They must have completed coursework and written a dissertation in one or more of the following program areas: pedagogy (methods), SLA research, reading, writing, listening and/or speaking, research methods, assessment, or self-directed language learning. Because the principal aim of the ELT is to prepare teachers for work in Japanese primary and secondary schools, applicants must have teaching and/or research experience at the K-12 level in Japanese school settings. All ELT courses are taught in English, but fluency in Japanese language is a plus. QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION: · A doctorate in SLA, TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Language & Literacy or other appropriate discipline. · Teaching and/or research experience at K-12 schools in Japan · A minimum of three years of teaching experience in university EFL, ESL, or Teacher Training programs. · Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and/or graduate level · Scholarly achievement as evidenced in conference presentations and peer-reviewed publications. · Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills. · Ability to teach graduate level courses in English. RESPONSIBILITIES: · Teach graduate courses in areas indicated above. · Teach undergraduate courses in TLP, EAP, composition, and/or academic reading. · Advise individual graduate students. · Direct graduate student practicum. · Engage in scholarly activity leading to presentation and publication. · Participate in service to the university, program, and community. APPOINTMENT: The initial appointment isbased on a three-year, fixed-term contract. The contract is renewable up to two times, and tenure is possible. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. Generous benefits are also included as part of the remuneration, including partial housing allowance, health insurance, and a research fund allowance. APPLICATION PROCEDURES: To be considered for the position, please complete the on-line application form and upload the following documents through the URL below. AIU Jobs and Vacancies: http://web.aiu.ac.jp/global/elt2016 · Letter of application · Curriculum Vitae · A statement of a) teaching philosophy and interests and b) research interests · Names and contact information of three current references. Screening of applicants will begin on October 1, 2015, but applications will be accepted until the position has been filled. After the initial screening, some candidates may be contacted via Skype. Short-listed candidates will then be invited to AIU for an interview, a teaching demonstration, and a chance to see the campus and the community. Documents submitted in support of your application will only be used for the purpose of making a selection decision. Unfortunately, we are unable to return documents submitted as part of this process. ELT Faculty Search Committee c/o Division of Academic Human Resources Akita International University Yuwa, Akita-city 010-1292 Japan E-mail: email@example.com TEL : +81-(0)18-886-5929
Part-time English teaching positions, University of Electro-Communication, Chofu, Japan begining April 2016
The English department of the University of Electro-Communications in Chofu, Tokyo invites applications for part-time English teaching positions starting April 1, 2016. Contract renewable upon mutual agreement. Job Details: Teach one or multiple courses from the following; 1st year undergraduate English courses in Academic Spoken English or Academic Written English (on Tuesday and/or Friday mornings), Academic Presentation/Writing in English for the 3rd year (Friday evenings). Part-time teachers are expected to work cooperatively in a coordinated English program and participate in faculty development activities of the English department. Qualifications: Completion of a Master's degree in TESOL (preferred), or other relevant area; teaching experience at university or college; publication of at least two refereed academic paper; advanced proficiency in English and ability to teach through English; working proficiency in Japanese required for administrative purposes. Send: (1) Statement of teaching philosophy in English, max 1,000 words; (2) electronic copies of two publications; and (3) resume in English, detailing; personal background info., qualifications, relevant work experience, presentations, publications or other academic research activities, names and contact details of 3 referees. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview in October. Send application materials to Suwako Uehara at: englishpersonnel[at]bunka.uec.ac.jp with “Application” followed by name in subject heading. Deadline: Monday, Sep. 14, 2015. See www.uec.ac.jp for more details.
Days and Time: Morning 10:20-11:50 (with a 10-minute break), every Saturday. Location: Koganei city, Tokyo. Class: 2 classes of kids aged 4 to 6 years. The number of classes may be increased in the future. Pay: 6000 Yen/day (4500 Yen/hour). Required Qualifications: Native, or near native level English speaker. Experience in teaching small kids. Preferred Qualifications: Will stay in Japan for more than one year. Any ELT degrees, certificates, or training experiences. Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in applying.