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The Language Center, Kwansei Gakuin University, invites applications for two full-time positions (one-year contract renewable for up to four years total by mutual agreement) of Instructor of English as a Foreign/Second Language to teach in undergraduate and graduate courses starting in April 2015. Applicants should have a Master’s degree in TESOL or Applied Linguistics, as well as relevant teaching experience. Native/Near-native speaker competence in English is required and fluency in Japanese preferable. Interested applicants should send the following documents by posted mail (e-mail submissions will not be accepted) to arrive by September 25, 2014. 1) A resume/CV 2) A list of publications and presentations with an abstract (100 to 150 words) for each of them 3) At least one letter of recommendation 4) A copy of the applicant’s diploma and an official transcript 5) A written statement of the applicant’s views on teaching and career objectives (500-800 words) 7) Copies of two major research articles published in academic journals (three sets) Send the application package by registered mail to: IEFL Hiring Committee Language Center in the Organization for Academic Affairs Kwansei Gakuin University 1-1-155 Uegahara Nishinomiya 662-8501, Japan Please write “IEFL-April. 2015” on the envelope. Application materials will not be returned. Interview: Short-listed candidates will be invited for interviews held at Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya-Uegahara campus in October 25th, 2014. Notes: *Finalists’ travel expenses and hotel stay for interviews will not be reimbursed. * Resumes and other materialswill not be returned. Contact: English Programs Coordinator, Osato SHIKI (Professor) Language Center in the Organization for Academic Affairs, Kwansei Gakuin University E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Inquiries should be made by e-mail only. Details of the job: Kwansei Gakuin University is a private school founded on Christian principles in 1889. Now with an enrollment of over 20,000 in its eleven schools, the University through the Language Center administers the Intensive English Program (IEP) taught by native/near-native speakers of English for qualified, highly motivated studentsselected from all schools of KGU. The classes in the IEP mainly consist of 25 or fewer students. Instructors will be working in a team situation under the supervision of experienced faculty, and carry a maximum of 10 classes of 90 minutes a week each term with other duties limited to no more than ten hours per week. Special between-term courses will be held but duty hours will be no more than 15 hours per week. Remuneration will be in yen, and the annual salary is approx. ¥5,200,000. In addition, Housing and health insurance are partially subsidized, but utility expenses are borne by the teacher. Personal research allowances and business trip allowance are in line with university policy. As with other faculty, each person hired will be expected to support the principles of Christian education. For further details of the IEP, please visit our webpage at: http://www.kwansei.ac.jp/c_language/c_language_001246.html
Joshi Gakuin Junior and Senior High School in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, seeks a part-time native English Instructor, effective April 2015. Applicants should have classroom teaching experience in a Japanese school and hold a bachelor’s degree. A TESOL certificate from a recognized institution is also highly preferred. The school offers a competitive salary based on experience. Joshi Gakuin is a private Christian school with a long Presbyterian history, so applicants are expected to either uphold the Christian faith or agree with a Christian educational philosophy. Applications should include a covering letter and standard Japanese job application form. Relevant qualifications and certificates as well as the names of three references should also form part of the application. The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2014. Applications should be forwarded to: 102-0082 東京都千代田区一番町 22-10 女子学院院長 風間 晴子 TEL: 03-3263-1711dd
１．職名・採用数 教授または准教授または専任講師（いずれも任期なし） 1名 ２．所 属 言語教育研究所 ３．専門分野 英語教育学 英語学 ４．担当授業科目 共通基礎（英語）・全学科共通科目・その他英語関連科目 ＊共通基礎（英語）のコーディネーター・英語プレイスメントテストの企画・立案・実施 ５．採用予定年月日 平成２７年4月1日 ６．応募資格 以下の(1)～(4)のすべての条件をみたす者であって、(5)及び(6)の資格又は経験がある者が望ましい。 (1)本学の建学の精神を理解し、本学の教育方針に基づく教育活動ができる者 (2)修士以上の学位を有する者 （3)3年以上大学（またはこれに準ずる研究機関）において教育に従事した者 (4)日本語を母語とする者、あるいは母語と同程度に日本語を使用できる者 (5)実用英語技能検定試験１級、TOEFL iBT 100点、TOEFL PBT 600点、TOEIC 900点以上もしくはそれに相当するスコアのいずれかを有する者が望ましい。さらに英語圏に１年以上の留学もしくは滞在の経験を有する者が望ましい。 (6)英語科目のコーディネーターとしての能力、経験がある者が望ましい。英語プレイスメントテストの企画・立案・実施の経験がある者が望ましい。 ７．提 出 書 類 (1) 履歴書（本学所定の様式を用いる） ※最終学位記のコピーを同封のこと (2) 業績目録（本学所定の様式を用いる） (3) 主要業績３点（複写可） (4) 応募資格6-(5)に記載した英語力を示すスコア（複写可 (5) 小論文「清泉女子大学の英語教育にどのような貢献ができるか (2000字程度の日本語で書 き、同内容のものを英語でも書いて提出） (6) 直近3年間の教育実績書 ※シラバスがある場合はシラバスも添付すること（複写可） (7) 推薦状1通 ８．書類提出先 〒141-8642 東京都品川区東五反田3－16－21 清泉女子大学 言語教育研究所 所長 ※封筒に「公募書類」と朱書きしてください。 ９．提 出 期 限 平成２６年9月１7日（水）必着 10．選 考 日 程 書類審査を通過した方には、9月中に通知いたします。 その後、面接および模擬授業のため、10月中にご来校をお願いします。 11．問い合わせ先 http://www.seisen-u.ac.jp/（必要書類がダウンロードできます） ご質問は上記Webサイトの募集案内の問い合わせフォームよりお問い合わせいただくか、email@example.comにメールでお寄せください。 ＊書類の返却をご希望の場合は、住所、氏名を記入し切手を貼った返却用の封筒を同封してください。 ＊選考結果の理由についてのお問い合わせには応じられません。 以 上
The Research Institute of English Language Education (RIELE) is looking for an enthusiastic teacher for an English Language school. You should be passionate about teaching, enjoy being around children, think creatively, be willing to go the extra mile to achieve the best learning environment possible, and be a team player. Applicants who demonstrate interest in a long-term commitment to the school are desirable. Key Responsibilities · Teach English to kids aged 6 to 17 years old in a safe learning environment · Communicate effectively in English, both orally and written · Establish and maintain relationships with the children, their parents, and the school staff · Follow the curriculum in place · Maintain a cooperative working attitude with the children, their parents, and the school staff Skills & Qualifications · Native ability of English · Bachelor’s Degree in Education, English or other related field and teaching experience · Classroom material and curriculum development experience is a plus · Must currently reside within a commutable distance from the school (residents of Japan only) Company Overview RIELE aims to promote English language education in Japan that focuses on meeting the English educational demands of the 21st century. We strive to rise to new challenges presented by today’s English students and to foster dialogue among scholars, teachers, and other professionals of English language studies in Japan. Location RIELE is located on Port Island in Kobe, Japan. Our address is 1-3-11 Minatojima, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan 650-0045. This teaching position is in Hiro, Shibuya Ward in Tokyo, Japan at MASK English Academy (http://mask-ea.com). Time of Employment Start date: September 2014 Class Details Weekday classes run from 2 pm to 8 pm, weekend classes from 10 am to 6 pm. Salary Range & Benefits 6,000+ yen per 90 minutes of teaching and 30 minutes of preparation and clean up (before tax). In addition, we cover transportation to and from work. Requested Documents Please submit all documents electronically. Please submit all of the following documents: · Cover Letter · CV Contact Information Marguerite Goto The Research Institute of English Language Education 1-3-11 Minatojima, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan 650-0045 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tokai University Shonan Campus Foreign Language Center Seeking Several Teachers for Non-tenured Full-time Positions Starting April 2015
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 2015. Position: One year contract renewable up to 5 years. Duties:Teach eight 90-minute lessons per week 4 days a week which include required English Listening & Speaking, Reading & Writing, and elective courses; keep weekly office hours, attend monthly teachers’ meeting; proctor common exams; staff the English counseling 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; 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 status. 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 Ms. Melody Elliott, 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) two recent letters of recommendation, preferably within the past six months, signed and sealed, simply sending a list of referees is NOT acceptable, (8) 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. Application materials will NOT be returned. Selection Process: All application material must be sent by postal mail. Please send all completed application packages to Ms. Melody Elliott (address listed above). Only applications of those currently residing in Japan will be considered. 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 late September. Interviews (including a mock teaching session) for candidates successfully advancing to the second stage 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, September 15, 2014. Contact Details: Send completed application packets by post to: Ms. Melody Elliott, 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 Ms. Melody Elliott, Group 1 Vice-Chair, Foreign Language Center (FLC) at email@example.com. Websites:http://www.u-tokai.ac.jp (university); http://www.flctokai.com/ (FLC); http://www.flc.u-tokai.ac.jp (FLC)
Osaka Jogakuin University invites applications for a full-time, tenured professor beginning April 1, 2015 in the field of English Education at the junior college
Osaka Jogakuin University invites applications for a full-time tenured professor beginning April 1, 2015, in the field of English education at the junior college. http://www.wilmina.ac.jp/ojc/employment/employment2014 Qualifications and requirements: 1) PhD or academic achievements equivalent to PhD (TEFL, Applied Linguistics or related field), 2) An ability to conduct content courses in English, 3) Native/Near-native speaker competence in English is required. 4) An understanding of and active interest in improving English education in Japan, 5) Sufficient Japanese ability to participate in faculty administrative work and provide academic advising to students, 6) A strong commitment to materials development, including examination writing, and 7) 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)
Full-time and Part-time English Faculty Position(s) at Soka University, World Language Center (Hachioji, Tokyo) -- April, 2015
Soka University, World Language Center (Hachioji, Tokyo) Full-time and Part-time Faculty Position(s) Begin date: April, 2015 INTERVIEWS TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2014 Announcement: Announcement of the availability of a full-time position(s) (non-tenure track, three-year contracted, possibly to renew for two additional one year extensions for a total of five years dependant on recommendations by WLC Contract Renewal Committee) and part-time positions (one-year, renewable upon approval for a total of five years) within the World Language Center (WLC) at Soka University (Hachioji, Tokyo) next academic year (beginning April 2015). Background: The World Language Center (WLC) is the communicative English course provider for the university, including courses in general English communication, Business English, EAP, ESP, and test preparation courses, for lower to advanced levels. Many of our courses are developed in collaboration with content faculty members, and are designed to meet the specific needs of students in different fields. Requirements All applicants should have a minimum of a Master's degree, three years of university teaching experience, and three publications (preferred). Interested applicants need to provide: Updated resume and a cover letter Two letters of recommendation Samples of publications (preferred) Applicants will be judged on teaching experience, professional activities, and administrative accomplishments. Instructors who have experience teaching advanced level EAP / ESP English-only courses, lower level General Communication courses, TOEFL AND TOEIC test preparation courses, and / or ESP courses in the fields of Engineering / Science, Economics, Law, and / or BusinessCommunication are encouraged to apply. In addition, applicants with demonstrated administrative skills are encouraged to apply. Selection Process These materials can be submitted either by email (PREFERABLE) as attachments (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by regular mail (see the address below). Scheduled Dates Application Materials to be received by August 31, 2014. Short-listed candidates will be informed between September 15-19, 2014. Interviews will be held on September 27 on the campus of Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo. Interviews will be scheduled between 9:00-12:00 in the morning, and between 1:00 and 3:00 in the afternoon. Interviews will be approximately 45 minutes. Short-listed candidates will be informed of their specific interview time and location on or before September 25, 2014. Successful candidates will be informed by late October / early November, 2014.
Special Associate Professor of Language (SAPL) (April, 2015 start), Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan
Title of position: one positions for a Special Associate Professor of Language (SAPL) (April, 2015) Whether it is full- or part-time: Full-time (one-year contract renewable by mutual agreement) Qualifications: Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics / TESOL / Cultural Studies, or equivalent qualifications and relevant teaching experience. Native/Near-native speaker competence in English is required and fluency in Japanese is preferable. Duties: The Special Associate Professor of Language (SAPL) will be assigned to the Language Center and expected to mainly teach graduate courses and conduct relevant research in the Graduate School of Language, Communication, and Culture, but also teach undergraduate courses in the Language Center in the Organization of Academic Affairs. All courses are taught in English. Salary and benefits: The annual salary is approx. ¥6,200,000 and remuneration will be in yen. Upon hiring, KG shall pay the travel expenses from the SAPL’s current residence to Osaka, Japan by the most direct route at economy class air fare. There is no travel allowance for dependents. Housing, family support and health insurance are partially subsidized, while utility expenses are borne by the teacher. Research funds and business trip funds are available in line with the University policy. As with other faculty, each person hired will be expected to support the principles of Christian education.
Full-time Faculty Position in English Language Teaching Practices at Akita International University (AIU) Graduate School of Global Communication and Language
The Graduate School of Global Communication and Language invites applications for a position in English Language Teaching Practices at the Lecturer, Assistant/Associate Professor or full Professor level, beginning April 1, 2015. 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 truly unique and appropriate professional graduate school for this globalized society. Our graduate school consists of three programs: English Language Teaching Practices (ELT), Japanese Language Teaching Practices (JLT), and Global Communication Practices (GCP). These three programs are intended to 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 the internationalized community. There are 60 Japanese and international students enrolled in the graduate program. For more information please refer to http://web.aiu.ac.jp. 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. Unique to this position is its hybridity: depending on the background, the hired 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. In addition, the faculty member will work with the local Board of Education in designing professional development opportunities for English teachers in Akita Prefecture.
Limited-Contract Teaching Position, , Department of English, Faculty of Letters, Doshisha University (Beginning April 2015)
NOTE: This is a corrected repost of job posted on May 29. N.B. This is a separate job listing from two other jobs in the Doshisha University system posted elsewhere on this website. ==================================================================== The Department of English at Doshisha University, located in Kyoto, has an opening for a faculty member on a five-year limited contract, beginning April 2015. Position: Assistant Professor or Associate Professor, depending on qualifications. Contract period: From April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2020 (nonrenewable). Qualifications (all of the following must be satisfied): 1) Native-level English speaker. 2) Master’s degree or above in either the area of English language education (TESOL) or an academic field relevant to the other requirements of this position. 3) At least three years’ English teaching experience at the university level or its equivalent 4) Resident of the Kinki area of Japan during the contract period. 5) Sufficient Japanese proficiency for general administrative tasks desirable. Responsibilities: 1) Courses: English-language skills courses in the Department of English (undergraduate levels, including preparation courses for the TOEFL iBT and IELTS test and for our Study Abroad Programs). 2) Teaching load: A minimum of six 90-minute classes per week. 3) Administrative responsibilities: Involvement in curriculum design and planning; coordination of classes; contributions to Doshisha’s international exchange programs; participation in designated committees; invigilation and entrance examination duties; and publicity activities. Application materials: 1) Curriculum vitae (rirekisho) and a list of academic publications (gyosekisho), for which the necessary forms may be downloaded from the home page of the university: http://www.doshisha.ac.jp/en/doshisha/recruit/letters.html (Please note that you are not required to use these forms.) 2) Two letters of recommendation. 3) One offprint/copy of each of three academic publications, with an English synopsis (about 500 words) of each publication. 4) Statement in English (about 1,000 words), explaining the reasons for applying, including personal philosophy/comments regarding teaching methods. 5) Copies of Bachelor’s degree certificate and Master’s degree certificate (or Doctorate certificate). 6) Copy of TESOL diploma/certificate (if applicable). Deadline for application: Application materials must arrive by Friday, August 29, 2014, via registered mail (kakitome) or commercial parcel delivery (takuhaibin). Salary and benefits: Payment is in accordance with our in-house rules, including enrollment in the social insurance. Interview (to be held in September or October 2014): Applicants who pass the first screening will be invited to attend an interview on the Imadegawa Campus at Doshisha University, Kyoto.