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Full-time (permanent) Lecturer position, Hokusei Gakuen University Junior College, Sapporo, Hokkaido

Full time, permanent position at Hokusei Gakuen University Junior College, Department of English City, Prefecture : Sapporo, Hokkaido Hokusei Gakuen University Junior College, Department of English Title of position : Lecturer (専任講師), fulltime Qualifications : a. Candidates must meet the basic requirements of the university for a position, as a Lecturer (専任講師)as listed in “本学の規定による資格を有する者 ”  (PDF: 10KB) which can be found at: b. Ability to work and teach without difficulty in both English and Japanese. c. Under 35 years of age (regardless of experience) and the willingness to continue employment for a long period of time with a focus on professional development (The age limit is set relative to regulations found in “雇 用対策法施行規則第1条の3第1項第3号イ”). Duties : Teaching classes such as:  Oral English I IV,  Intercultural Communications I II (taught in English), Study Skills I IV,    as well as research and committee assignments. Salaries and benefits : To be set according to university policy after hiring. Application materials : a. CV, list of publications and application using the format found at the following URL: b. Three or fewer published papers (either originals or copies) c. A statement of your pedagogical and research goals in applying for a position at Hokusei in both English (500 words) and Japanese (1000 characters). Deadline : Monday, August 31, 2015 Contact information : Documents should be submitted by registered mail to: 〒004-8631 札幌市厚別区大谷地西2丁目3番1号 北星学園大学短期大学部長 内山 智 宛 「短大英文学科専任教員応募書類在中」 (written in red on the envelope) For further information about procedures please contact: Hokusei Gakuen University, Kenkyu Shienka (研究支援課) at 0118912731 FAX: 0118967660.

Full-time position at New York University School of Professional Studies, American Language Institute, Tokyo Center

Seeking a Full Time Language Lecturer New York University School of Professional Studies, American Language Institute Tokyo Center   New York University’s American Language Institute (ALI), a unit in NYU’s School of Professional Studies (SPS), seeks an experienced and talented faculty member to teach English language courses offered at the NYU-SPS ALI Tokyo Center in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan. The Tokyo Center brings the educational mission of ALI in New York City as well as its world-class English language training for academic and professional purposes to Japan. Academic oversight is provided by ALI at the School of Professional Studies in New York while operational management is provided by Nichii Gakkan. The successful candidate will teach in one or more of the four programs, the Comprehensive English Program (CEP), the Academic English Program (AEP), the Professional English Program (PEP) and/or the Specialized Professional Program (SPP). In addition to teaching at the ALI Tokyo, the successful candidate will work closely with the academic director to innovate curriculum in the non-credit program based on marketplace trends. Other responsibilities include coordination duties of one of the programs or of another administrative area (such as assessment, computer assisted language learning, special corporate programs, etc.), assisting with faculty recruitment, student placement and evaluation, development and retention, informing prospective students about the programs at information sessions, advising and mentoring current students, serving as steward and advocate for the program, and developing collaborative relationships and programs with ALI in New York and at our other global site in Shanghai. Qualified applicants will: 1.      Hold a masters degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or closely related field 2.      Have at least three years of English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and/or adult English for Specific Purposes (ESP) teaching experience 3.      Speak English at a native level 4.      Possess professional level English writing and communication skills Priority will be given to candidates who: ●       Bring innovative and collaborative approaches to their work ●       Have a background in CALL (computer assisted language learning) ●       Are versatile in teaching students at different proficiency levels ●       Have teaching experience outside the U.S. and personal experience learning a foreign language as an adult ●       Have expertise in one or more of the following areas ○       ESL/EFL curriculum/materials development ○       EAP curriculum/materials development ○       ESP (business, health services, law, test preparation) instruction ○       Language proficiency assessment and placement ○       Course management systems anddistance learning platforms ○       Online and blended course development and delivery Full Time Instructor Responsibilities: ●       Collaborate with the site director and other faculty in the smooth delivery of English language instruction according to NYU-SPS ALI standards ●       Teach approximately 15 hours per week on a 40-week per year schedule ●       Help prepare for and participate in student placement testing and registration activities, help with student orientation, and other program-related activities both during the term and between terms ●       Participate in program, curriculum, and course materials development for face-to-face, blended and online instruction ●       Coordinate instruction and materials with other instructors, including part-time faculty ●       Supervise/observe part-time faculty ●       Participate in instructor meetings and in-service training activities ●       Contribute to assessment of NYU degree-seeking students Approximate start date: September 1, 2015 To Apply, submit the following documents and information in a single email attachment to Ms. Letizia LaRosa. The address is ●     A cover letter summarizing your qualifications and interest in the position ●     A résumé ●     Names and contact information for three (3) references from individuals who are well acquainted with your work as a professional and/or instructor.

Permanent Faculty Position, Faculty of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan

Permanent Faculty Position, Faculty of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan The College of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University is now recruiting a permanent faculty member as follows. We would be grateful if you could inform any concerned departments, institutions, or organizations about this open position. We sincerely appreciate your continued effort and cooperation. The College of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University, in accordance with the Basic Act for Gender-Equal Society, strongly encourages women candidates to apply. 1.     Area of Specialization: English Language Education, Applied Linguistics 2.     Qualification Requirements:      Applicants must meet all of the following eligibility requirements: (1)   Ph.D. degree or equivalent qualification (2)   Japanese as first language or equivalent Japanese language ability (3)   Experiences teaching university classes in English (4)   Ability to undertake general administrative tasks of the university and to develop and manage University English educational curriculum  *Research and/or teaching background related to International Studies is desirable. 3.     Teaching responsibilities: 英語 (Content-based English ) 英語・国際研究 (Introduction  to International Studies in English) Academic English (Global Studies Major) 4.     Position available: Professor or Associate Professor 5.     Openings: 1 6.     Starting date: April 1, 2016 7.     Salary and benefits: Salary will be determined based on Ritsumeikan University faculty salary regulations 8.     Application Deadline: Applications must arrive no later than Friday, August 21, 2015 9.     Application Materials: (1)   Curriculum Vitae (From 1, Form 2, Form 3, Form 4): 4 copies each. Please staple forms together in order from 1-4 in the top left-hand corner (2)   Research Achievements (3 major publications: 4 copies each. At least one publication must be written in English. Photocopies are acceptable.) (3)   Certificate of Degree (An original certificate and 3 copies) ( Note: 4 copies are also acceptable. Please bring the original to an interview.) (4)   Faculty Appointment Candidate Contact Information: 4 copies each (Form A: Handwritten form will not be acceptable.) ・Please send Form A (Excel format) to the email address below with 【English Language Teaching】in the subject line. Please also send a printed copy of Form A with other application materials by postal mail.   Place of submission (Form A) :   ・Applications will only be accepted by postal mail excluding Form A. ・Please note that, as a general rule, we will not return any submitted documents. ・Application forms can be downloaded from the following website.                                               10.  Interview Notice for Short-listed Candidates: Short-listed candidates who pass document screening will be contacted by Friday, October 9, 2015 for an interview via the email address provided in the Faculty Appointment Candidate Contact Information (Form A). 11. Interview & Syllabus Submission: Short-listed candidates will be asked to submit a syllabus in English and conduct a trial lesson in English during the interview. 12.   Submission Address: Please label an envelope in red ink “Application for English Language Teaching Faculty Position enclosed” and submit it to the following address via registered mail. Ms. Yuki Tsuboi Administrative office College of International Relations Ritsumeikan University 56-1Tojiin-kitamachi, Kita-ku, Kyoto, Japan 603-8577 13.   Contact: Yuki Tsuboi (Ms.)  or   Kaori Shintani (Ms.) Administrative Office College of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University Phone: (+81)075-465-1211 Fax: (+81)075-465-1214 Email:   時下益々ご清祥のこととお慶び申し上げます。立命館大学国際関係学部では、下記のとおり専任教員を募集することとなりました。つきましては、貴学(学部)および関係諸機関において募集の周知方よろしくお取り計らいくださいますようお願い申し上げます。立命館大学国際関係学部は、男女共同参画社会基本法の趣旨に則り、女性の積極的な応募を歓迎します。                                 1.専 門 分 野  英語教育、英語学、応用言語学 2.応 募 資 格      (1) 博士号取得者、もしくはそれと同等の業績を有する者。   (2) 日本語を第一言語とする者、もしくは、それと同等の日本語の運用能力を有する者。  (3) 大学で英語による授業の教育歴を有する者。   (4) 本学部の英語教育の企画・開発や学部・大学の運営の任務に取り組むことができる者。   *国際関係に関する研究・教育歴を有するものが望ましい。 3.担当科目     主として英語 (コンテンツ・ベース)を担当し、  英語・国際研究(国際関係学関連分野を英語で教える専門外国語科目)、  Academic English (グローバル・スタディーズ専攻科目) も、場合により担当する。                   4.任 用 職 名  教授または准教授 5.募 集 人 数  1名   6.任 用 時 期  2016年4月1日 7.応 募 締 切  2015年8月21日(金)までに応募書類が必着のこと 8. 給与   学校法人立命館教職員給与規程による 9.提 出 書 類  (1) 履歴・業績書(様式 その1、その2、その3、その4 によること。左上部をホッチキスでとじて提出のこと。) 4部  (2) 研究業績(主要なもの3篇、ただし、1篇以上は英文によるものであること)各4部(コピー可)  (3) 学位取得証明書 原本1部、コピー3部(学位記のコピー4部でも可。面接時に原本をご持参ください)  (4) 教員任用応募者連絡表兼審査委員用資料 4部(様式Aによること、手書き不可)   ※(4)については、応募書類同封に加え、E-mailにて、「Excelデータ」もあわせてお送りください。データをお送り頂く際は、件名を【英語教育】としてください。    →Excelデータ送付先E-mail: ※(4)のExcelデータ以外は、郵送以外での書類提出は一切受付けできません。 ※提出書類は原則としてお返しいたしません。 ※別紙様式は、立命館大学ホームページよりダウンロードしてください。 10.書類選考通過者への通知方法   書類選考通過者には2015年10月9日(金)までに「教員任用応募者連絡表兼審査委員用資料」(様式A)に記入されたメールアドレスへ面接の案内をお知らせします。   11.面接およびシラバスの作成     書類選考を通過した応募者には面接を実施いたします。その際、担当していただく科目のシラバス(英語)を提出していただき、英語による模擬授業を行っていただきます。 12.書類の送付先   〒603-8577  京都市北区等持院北町56-1  立命館大学国際関係学部事務室 壷井宛   ※応募封筒に「英語教育教員応募書類在中」と朱書し、書留にて送付のこと。 13.照  会  先   立命館大学国際関係学部事務室(担当:壷井、新谷)      TEL:(075)465-1211                                                  

Full-time, contract EFL lecturers at Kyushu Sangyo University, Fukuoka, Japan

Full-time, contract EFL lecturers at Kyushu Sangyo University, Fukuoka, Japan 1. Prefecture and city: Fukuoka Pref. 2. Name of institution: Kyushu Sangyo University 3. Title of position: Open call for full-time contract EFL lecturers (Listening & Speaking / Four Skills) 4. Position: Full-time position 5. Qualifications: (a). Applicants should reside in Japan. (b). Applicants should be willing to support the founding ideals and educational philosophy of the university. (c). Applicants should be willing to make meaningful contributions to research aimed at improving the Global English Program. (d). Applicants should hold a master's degree in one of the following fields: Linguistics, Education, or TESOL/Applied Linguistics. (e). Applicants should be willing to contribute to the development of new curricula, classroom materials, tests, e-learning content, and related resources. (f). Applicants should be native speakers of English or satisfy one of the following conditions:         (1) A TOEFL (iBT) score of 102 or higher (Speaking: 25-27; Listening: 25+; Writing: 25+; Reading: 25+)          (2) An IELTS score of 7.0 or higher (g). Applicants should have experience teaching at the tertiary level. 6. Duties:Teaching courses for the LERC's TOEIC-oriented interdepartmental general English program 7. Salary and benefits: Working conditions based on the regulations of "Nakamura Sangyo Gakuen" 8. Application materials:     (a). The applicant's CV (please use the CV template available for download on this page). A 3 x 4cm       photograph of the applicant should be attached. (b). A list of the applicant's academic publications and presentations (the template for this is included in the CV template). (c). A photocopy of the applicant's master's degree diploma. (d). A 1000 word essay (written in English) on how the applicant can contribute to the English language program at the Language Education and Research Center. Additional information: -The applicant's CV should be written using the template in the "Accompanying Documents" section in the URL posted below. -Submitted documents will not be returned to the applicant. -"Application for EFL Lecturer Position" should be written in red ink on the front of the envelope containing the application. -Applications should be sent via registered mail to the address below. 9. Deadline: 2015/07/17 10. Contract Information Language Education and Research Center, Kyushu Sangyo University 3-1 Matsukadai, 2-Chome, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, 813-8503 TEL. +81-(0)92-673-5370 FAX. +81-(0)92-673-5374 Email: Full details can be found at the following URL

Full-time (tenure-track) Lecturer, Asst., Assoc. Prof. positions in English for New Nagano Prefectural University, April 2018

Applications are being accepted for five (5) full-time, tenure track English teaching postions (at various academic ranks) in a newly created university:  Nagano Prefectural University. Positions will be in General Management and Human Welfare Faculties and will be begin when the new faculty opens in April 2018.  The university will make a proposal for approval in October 2016, so applicants are asked to submit documents by July 17, 2015 to the directors. Further information (in Japanese) is available from this URL Complete prospectus and applications materials avaialble here:  

"Shokutaku" Full-time Enlish Language Instructors positions (6) at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan

Ritsumeikan University, Office of Language Education is seeking six (6) “Shokutaku” Full-Time English Language Instructors (SFELI) for the 2016 academic year (begining April 2016).  SFELI are hired on contracts for one-year terms renewable up to four times subject to approval by the screening committee.  1. Job Description / Responsibilities (1) Each SFELI will teach an average of ten credit-hours (koma) per week per semester (one credit-hour is 90 minutes).  (2) SFELI will also be asked to perform various duties related to education at our institution. (3) SFELI may be invited to teach additional classes at the Center for Language Acquisition (CLA) at Ritsumeikan University for additional remuneration. Intensive classes during summer and spring vacations may be offered.    2. Qualifications for Employment  (1) Candidates must be capable of teaching English as a foreign language. (2) Candidates must have at least a master's degree at the time of application, with a relevant research field in an area such as the following:  TESL/TEFL/TESOL, Applied Linguistics (including CALL and other language education technologies, testing, etc.), Linguistics, Intercultural Communication, and Area Studies. (3) Candidates must have experience teaching non-native students of English. It may be desirable for candidates to have experience teaching CALL, remedial classes for learners with limited English language proficiency, and/or TOEFL/TOEIC preparation courses. (4) It would be desirable for candidates to have obtained their qualifying degree within ten years of applying for the SFELI position. (5) For those whose first language is not Japanese, a level of Japanese language proficiency which enables them to communicate effectively in classes in Japanese if necessary and to handle daily administrative affairs will be required.   3. Number of Openings for the SFELI Position and Term of Employment Number of positions available:   6 Term of employment:   April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017 (Annual contract, renewable up to four times  subject to approval by the screening committee.)   4. Affiliation   Language Education Center   5. Place of Work  One or two of these campuses:   Ritsumeikan University’s Kinugasa Campus (KIC), Biwako Kusatsu Campus (BKC), or Osaka Ibaraki Campus (OIC).   6. Conditions of Employment Monthly Salary: \350,000, Summer Bonus: \500,000, Year-end Bonus: \500,000 (Total Remuneration: \5,200,000) *Additional remuneration shall be paid to SFELI who teach additional classes as referred to in 1 (3) above. *Medical Insurance: SFELIs are required to join the Mutual Aid Association of Private School Personnel (Shigaku Kyosai) during the term of their employment at Ritsumeikan University. Ritsumeikan Trust and the SFELI shall pay a prorated cost in accordance with Japanese law. Please be advised that all SFFLIs are required to join the Shigaku Kyosai pension scheme as well, and that fees for both the pension and health insurance plans will be deducted from the SFELI’s salary each month.  *A Commuting Allowance and other benefits will be provided according to the rules of Ritsumeikan Trust.    7. Application (1) Completed Application Forms 1 & 2. *Both forms must be downloaded from our website ( and completed by computer.  *Applicants should complete either the English or Japanese version of Application Form 1. If using the English version, it would be desirable if names of Japanese places and Japanese institutions were printed in Chinese characters (Kanji). *Application form 1 must be printed on A4 paper for submission. *Electronic versions of Application Forms 1 & 2 must also be included in the application in either CD-R or DVD-R formats.     (2)  A photocopy of the original certificate of your highest academic degree earned.   (3)  A photocopy of your original TESL/TEFL/TESOL certificate if you have such a qualification. (4)  A list of publications and conference presentations. (No particular format.) (5)  Abstracts of up to three of your academic papers. Please limit them to 500 words in English or 400 characters in Japanese. (No particular format.)   * If you are invited for interview, you will be asked to bring your original certificate of the highest academic degree earned to the interview. *Sent application materials will not be returned. *E-mailed applications will not be accepted.   *Please be sure to include all relevant information on our official application forms and do not attach a separate CV or other personal documents. *Any personal information that we have obtained through your application will be handled in accordance with the ‘Protection of Personal Information Act’ and will be used strictly for identifying candidates for the positions only.    8. Application Deadline  Only applications received no later than August 24, 2015 will be accepted. Applications should be sent by registered mail (kan’i-kaki tome) or EMS.    9. Interviews / Selection process results   Short-listed candidates will be interviewed either on September 26 or 27, 2015. If you are invited to this interview, you will be informed by Wednesday, September 16 by e-mail.     Applicants will be notified of the selection process results in mid-November 2015 (scheduled). * Inquiries on the selection process results cannot be answered individually.   10. Application Address  Put the above application materials in an envelope marked “Application for Shokutaku Full-time English Language Instructor” in red lettering and send it to the following address by registered mail (kan’i-kakitome) or EMS:   Office of Language Education Planning and Development (Gengo Kyoiku Kikaku-ka) Ritsumeikan University 56-1, Tojiin Kita-machi, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8577 Japan   11. Other Smoking is prohibited in the entire premises of Ritsumeikan University and smoking space is not set up in the university.   12. Contact for Inquiries Tel: +81-75-465-7878   Fax: +81-75-465-8247   Email:  

Lecturer position (limited-term contract) in English at English Language Institute of Kanda University of International Studies, Chiba, Japan

ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE KANDA UNIVERSITY OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES LECTURER POSITION IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE I. ANNOUNCEMENT The English Language Institute (ELI) of Kanda University of International Studies ( has openings for suitably qualified lecturers of English as a foreign language. These lecturer positions are for a two-year period commencing April 2016. There is an option to renew the contract twice, by mutual agreement, making a maximum of six years. II.  KANDA UNIVERSITY OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Kanda University of International Studies is a private university dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the areas of foreign language education, intercultural communication, linguistics, and culture studies. The University’s four undergraduate departments include: English, International Communication, Asian Languages, and Ibero-American Languages. The university also grants MA and PhD degrees in linguistics and applied language studies. KUIS is fully accredited by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology. Approximately 3500 students are presently enrolled, and the University graduated its first four-year cohort in March, 1991. The KUIS campus is situated in Makuhari, Chiba Prefecture, which is approximately 40 minutes by train from central Tokyo. The university is set in an educational zone with other universities and educational institutions. Makuhari Messe Convention and Exhibition Centre, the World Business Garden, international hotels, new apartment complexes, shopping facilities, sports clubs and several parks are all also nearby. III.  THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE The ELI was founded in 1989 with four full-time members. It now employs 62 lecturers, representing a diversity of nationalities and backgrounds. The ELI cooperates with each of the four aforementioned departments to provide all first- and second-year students with a progressive English language education. IV.  QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE Essential: A Master’s Degree in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language, English Education, Applied Linguistics, Language and Literacy Studies, or another closely related field Significant practical experience in teaching English, particularly in academic contexts and at the post-secondary level A strong interest in working with Japanese students in both formal and extracurricular settings, together with an interest in Japanese language and culture A positive and cooperative disposition Highly Desirable: Evidence of scholarly engagement (e.g. research activities, academic publications) ·         Academic and pedagogical interest in the following areas o    Multiliteracies o    New Literacy Studies o    Discourse and Textual Analysis o    Computer Mediated Communication o    Semiotic and Ecological Approaches to Learning and Teaching o    Assessment, including Progressive and Alternative Approaches o    Sociocultural Theory o    Learner Autonomy Preferable: Prior experience living and working in Japan Demonstrated proficiency in the Japanese language V.  JOB DESCRIPTION Members of the ELI are normally expected to be at the university from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm or 10.30 am to 6.30 pm, Monday through Friday. During the two semester breaks, each of approximately five to six weeks, lecturers are not typically required to be on campus at all. All lecturers are involved in the following: 1) A teaching load of eight instruction periods per week, for a total of thirty weeks (two fifteen-week semester sessions) each year; one instruction period is comprised of ninety minutes of contact time in class. Teaching may involve working with students in different departments in the university on a variety of English language proficiency-related courses. Courses include integrated-skills courses for first and second-year students, Foundational Literacies, Advanced Literacies, Media English, and Rhetorical Grammar 2) Conversing with students in the ELI Lounge and/or consulting by appointment in a skills-practice center (e.g. the ELI Writing Center) for up to three hours per week   3) Ongoing collaborative curriculum development work (e.g. materials development, ongoing action research etc.) related to courses taught 4) Participation in the ELI Professional Development Program comprising classroom observations and mentoring 5) Attendance of all scheduled meetings and planned activities of the ELI, as well as other special meetings, called from time to time as needed (Functions organized by the ELI include an annual welcome party for Freshman and the administration of an in-house English proficiency exam.) 6) Attendance of special ceremonies and events conducted by the university, including entrance exams, the Entrance Ceremony, the Graduation Ceremony, and Open Campus Day 7) Cooperating with the University’s Public Relations division in promoting the university to high school students and other interested parties (PR activities ordinarily involve additional financial compensation.) VI.  EMOLUMENTS Salary: 1) Gross Annual Pre-tax Salary (including bonuses): ¥ 5,000,000 a) The salary is payable in monthly instalments b) Bonus payments are made in September and March c) The gross salary amount is increased to ¥ 5,500,000 with the first contract renewal and ¥ 5,750,000 with the second contract renewal. Other: 1) Private Research Allowance: ¥ 100,000 plus limited financial support for attendance at national and international conferences 2) Overseas Relocation Allowance: ¥ 100,000 to defray the relocation expenses incurred by overseas appointees 3) Commuting Allowance: Based on costs of daily travel between a staff member’s residence, calculated per university regulations 4) Contract Completion Payment. VII. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURES To apply, please click on the link below or paste the following URL into your browser to download the lecturer-application form: Please i) complete the necessary lecturer-application form (including photo) and ii) email it (PDF preferred) together with a covering letter to:                         Search Committee English Language Institute Kanda University of International Studies Email address:                 The deadline for applications is July 1st, 2015. Please note that positions for Learning Advisors are also available. For further information, please click on the following link:        

2 Full-time (limited-contract) English Teaching positions, School of Science and Technology at Kwansei Gakuin University

TESOL POSITION   Positions Available: The School of Science and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University (Kobe Sanda Campus) would like to invite applications for 2 full-time positions (one year contract initially and renewable three times with mutual agreement) as Instructor of English as a Foreign Language (IEFL) beginning in April, 2016. The positions have newly been established due to the expansion of the School, which starts in April, 2016.   Institution Schoolof Science and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University (private) located at Sanda City, Hyogo Prefecture. Institution URL Job type Instructor of English as a Foreign Language (IEFL) Full-Time position. Initially one year contracted renewable three times Number of positions Two positions: beginning on 1 April, 2016 Deadline for applications & Schedule 10 July (Friday), 2015 Short-listed applicants will be invited for an interview which is due to be held on 24 August (Monday).   Qualifications required 1.      Native-speaker level competence in English 2.      MA in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or a related field with experience in EAP/ESP training and/or teaching 3.      Interest in teaching science-related English, and experience using computer and other audio-visual facilities is preferable. Duties 1.      Preparing and teaching 10 classes of 90 minutes per week 2.      Teaching in the Intensive Sci-Tech English Programme in September (extra-payment) 3.      Attending and participating in regular English Department meetings (held in English) 4.      Some administrative jobs Note:  As objectives and many materials are shared, a commitment to teamwork is essential. Remuneration & other subsidies 1.      Annual salary of approx. 5,200,000 yen 2.      Payment for extra jobs as required by the School or University 3.      Individual research funds 4.      Travel allowance for research related trips 5.      International return-trip economy air fare (one-way coming, and one-way returning after contract end) from home to Osaka 6.      Moving subsidies (600,000 yen) on top of travel expenses to move in (Moving subsidies apply only when you move for the job and rent a place). 7.      Pension, health insurance, rent subsidies. Insurance is extended to dependents living in Japan. Application materials 1.     Curriculum Vitae with your recent photo attached. 2.     Two referees’ names, their affiliation and email address to be included in the CV.  We may contact them before the interview.         3.      A copy of applicant’s degree diplomas or certificates 4.      Single copies of up to three publications and/or class projects Class projects – a long term teaching project that has been implemented in your class. Explain how long the project lasted and what objectives it aimed at, with feedback or comments attached if any. 5.      A statement of applicant’s views on teaching and career objectives (800 – 1000 words) Notes: *  Digital applications are not accepted. *  Applicants’ privacy will be respected and submitted materials will not be used for any other purposes. *  Application materials will not be returned. Applications should be sent to: The Director of English Attention: IEFL-JOB 2016 School of Science and Technology KwanseiGakuin University 2-1, Gakuen, Sanda City, Japan,  669-1337    Prof. Yasuko Obana, Director of English  

Full-time, tenure-track position for English for Academic Purposes at Akita International University (AIU) International

The Faculty of International Liberal Arts invites applications for a teaching position in English for Academic Purpose (EAP) Program at the Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor level, beginning April 1, 2016. Akita International University was founded in 2004 as the first public university corporation in Japan. The university offers an all English-medium education in international liberal arts designed to prepare its students for responsible leadership in a globalized age. Located in Akita, Japan, the school operates on a semester calendar with an intensive winter program between semesters. All AIU students must spend one full academic year studying abroad, and each year, roughly one quarter of its students are from one of the university’s 174 exchange partner institutions. In all, AIU serves about 900 undergraduates and approximately 60 graduate students. For more details about the school, visit the website at English courses clearly play a fundamental role in the students’ education at AIU from their freshman year until they graduate.  All incoming freshmen (with the exception of a few native/near-native students who have received a significant portion of their prior education in English) take preparatory academic courses in speaking and listening, reading, and writing and stay in the intensive English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program until they have sufficient mastery of the language to move on to take various liberal arts courses in the Basic Education program.  And, even after completing the EAP program, students are required to take Academic Reading across Disciplines as well as Composition I, Composition II, and Introduction to Research Writing.  Other undergraduate English courses available for students at AIU include Speech Communication, Introduction to English Studies, English Literature, Sociolinguistics, Linguistics, and Applied Linguistics.  RESPONSIBILITIES: ·           Teach undergraduate courses in EAP and contribute to other English courses in Basic Education. ·           Provide academic advising toindividual students. ·           Engage in scholarly activityat an international level. ·           Participate in service to the university, program and community. ·           Collaborate with colleagues on program development. ·           Work effectively and collegiately in a multicultural learning environment. ·           Possibly teach courses in the Teacher License Program or other programs at AIU.   QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION: ESSENTIAL ·         M.A. or doctorate in SLA, TESOL, linguistics or Applied Linguistics with clear evidence of coursework and relevant capstone, thesis or dissertation. ·         A record of excellent teaching in EFL or ESL programs and skills in using modern teaching technology. ·         Excellent communication skills. DESIRABLE ·         A track record of academic presentations, publication and grant capture. ·         Prior experience of living or working in a multi-cultural environment, and knowledge of Japanese language and/or culture.   APPOINTMENT: The initial appointment is based 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 submit the following documents to the AIU EAP Faculty Search Committee. Note that email applications are strongly encouraged. Please indicate in the subject line of the e-mail submission that the application is for the “EAP Position.” ·           Letter of application ·           Curriculum Vitae ·           PDF copies of up to three recent publications ·           Statements of Ø  Teaching philosophy Ø  Research interests ·           Names and contact information of three current references. EAP Faculty Search Committee c/o Division of Academic Human Resources Akita International University Yuwa, Akita-city 010-1292 Japan E-mail:           TEL :  +81-(0)18-886-5929 Screening of applicants will begin on July 21, 2015, but applications will be accepted until the position has been filled. After the initial screening, selected candidates will be asked to participate in a short Skype interview. Finalists for the position will then be invited to AIU for a more extensive 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.

Full-time English Instructor/Coordinator, College of Business and Communication, Kawasaki, Japan

Full-time English Instructor/Coordinator, College of Business and Communication, Kawasaki, Japan College of Business and Communication (CBC) is a vocational school and provides education in business management, trading, hospitality management, English communication, information science, and information management to students. We are now looking for a full-time English instructor/coordinator   starting in the beginning of August, 2015.  DUTIES: 1. Teach English classes and create TOEIC and other English related educational materials. 2. Develop academic courses and programs for English department. 3. Manage school related tasks. 4. Develop and suggest English programs to business clients (sales included). 5. Manage other related tasks. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. M.A. in TESOL or equivalent 2. TOEIC over 900 or equivalent  SALARY: Salary will be determined based on qualification and experience. The Private School Mutual   Aid System available. APPLICATION: Please send cover letter and CV (with a  recent photo and an Email address) to and The school will contact only those who are on the short   list for a paper test, an interview and a demonstration lesson. RECRUITING  PERIOD: June 9, 2015 to July 3, 2015 (It will be closed before July 3 if the   position is filled.)

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