- JALT Info
- The Language Teacher
- Latest Issue
- TLT Archives
- Submission guidelines
- Job Listings
- TLT FAQs
- Current TLT Staff
- JALT Journal
- Conference Proceedings
(Ordered by most recently received. Click any header for full details)
Lecturer Position for a Full-time Native-level English Speaker at Chiba University Center for Language Education
The Center for Language Education at Chiba University, Chiba, is seeking a native-level speaker of English who meets the requirements below, for a full-time teaching position. Contract period: Three years beginning October 1, 2015 (renewable once for two years upon mutual agreement). Affiliation: Center for Language Education at Chiba University, Chiba. Responsibilities: (1) Working for seven hours 45 minutes per day (38 hours 45 minutes per week) as a full-time teacher (2) Teaching ten 90-minute classes per week (elementary to advanced levels) to students from all departments (3) Participating in entrance examination-related work, educational activities outside of the classroom, materials development, accompaniment of students on study abroad programs, and other international activities. There are no other administrative duties such as attendance at faculty meetings. Qualifications: (1) Native-level speaker of English (2) Minimum of a master’s degree or equivalent (3) Extensive experience in teaching English as a foreign or second language at university level (4) Some ability to communicate in the Japanese language. Salary and benefits: (1) Basic salary: approximately five million yen a year. To be calculated in accordance with the Chiba University salary scale. Others: Allowances for commuting in accordance with the Chiba University scale (2) Health Insurance: University will pay the employer’s share. Required documents: The documents can be completed in English or Japanese. (1) Resume including DOB, academic history, employment history, teaching history, qualifications, contact details, etc. with photograph (2) Teaching history (classes taught, methodology employed (examples), textbooks authored, evaluations received) (3) Complete list of publications and presentations (Please write in order of publication date) (4) Copies of no more than three major publications (one PHOTOCOPY for each) (5) Short essay on your aims and objectives regarding English education should you be accepted for the lecturer’s position, with reference to your past experience. (Length 2 A4 pages) Deadline: To arrive on or before Monday, June 15, 2015 Application address: Center for Language Education, Chiba University, 1-33 Yayoi-cho, Inage-ku, Chiba-shi, 263-8522. Please submit applications by registered mail (e-mail submissions will not be accepted), with the words “LECTURER APPLICATION” marked in red on the envelope. Applications materials will not be returned. Selection process: (1) Document screening (2) Interview (includes short presentation). Transportation fees will not be refunded. The interview is scheduled for someday in June, 2015. Applicants not available for a personal interview will not be considered. For more information, see http://english-chiba-u.jp/news/?p=271, or contact Mitsuru DOI at email@example.com. Please use the following phrase “Chiba FT Job application” in the subject line of your e-mail.
Position: Assistant Language Teacher (ALT), Part-time 29.5 hours a week, candidate will be team-teaching in local elementary and junior high schools. Location: Asahikawa, Hokkaido Employer: Asahikawa Board of Education Minimum requirements: 4 year College Degree Salary: 328,000 yen per month Application procedure: Submit resume in English and Japanese (WORD format is fine), an essay describing your teaching philosophy and a letter of recommendation. Deadline: June 18th, 2015 is the deadline for applications. Please look at the complete details about the position on the official homepage and follow the complete application instructions listed there. http://www.city.asahikawa.hokkaido.jp/files/kyoikushido/ALT%20E.pdf
Assoc. Prof. or Lecturer in English language (tenured) at Tsuda College, Kodiara, Tokyo [revised ad]
Associate professor (junkyōju) or lecturer (sennin kōshi) in English language teaching (tenured) – Tsuda College The Department of English at Tsuda College, located on the college's Kodaira Campus in Kodaira-shi, Tokyo (Japan), invites applications for a tenured associate professor (junkyōju) or lecturer (sennin kōshi) position in English language teaching. The starting date is 1 April, 2016, and the deadline for applications is 9 June, 2015 (Tue.) (delivery deadline). For details on the job and application procedure, please visit <http://www.tsuda.ac.jp/employment.html>.
Special Instructor of Language (English), Language Center, Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Pref.
The Language Center in the Organization for Academic Affairs, Kwansei Gakuin University, invites applications for one full-time position (one-year contract renewable) of Special Instructor of Language (SIL) to teach English, starting on September 1, 2015. Applicants should have a Master’s degree in TESOL or Applied Linguistics, as well as relevant teaching experience at university level for at least four years. Applicants specialized in teaching academic writing skills or experienced in coordinating a writing center or relevant support service are preferred. Native/Near-native speaker competence in English is required and fluency in Japanese preferable. Interested applicants should send the following documents by postal mail (e-mail submissions will not be accepted) to arrive by May 29th, 2015. A resume/CV A list of publications and presentations At least one letter of recommendation A copy of the applicant’s diploma (s) Copies of two major research articles published in academic journals (three sets) A written statement of a plan of the course of critical writing (500-800 words) Post the application package to the following address: SIL Hiring Committee Language Center In the Organization for Academic Affairs Kwansei Gakuin University 1-1-155 Uegahara Nishinomiya, Hyogo 662-8501 Please write “SIL-FALL. 2015” in red on the envelope. Notes: *Digital applications are not accepted. *Application materials will not be returned. Interview: Short-listed candidates will be invited for interviews held at Kwansei Gakuin University, Uegahara campus in June 2015 (the dates will be announced individually after the initial screening). Finalists’ travel expenses and hotel stay for interviews will not be reimbursed. While we appreciate all applications and interest, we regret that only selected applicants will be notified. Contact: English Programs Coordinator, Kazuo Yokouchi (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.
International Liberty School (Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture) is looking for a full-time, experienced English speaking teacher (with native level speaking skills) for kindergarten. Candidates must currently live in the Kanto region of Japan. Resumes should be sent with covering letter by email at Tel/Fax:029-855-0177 ; E-mail: email@example.com. Minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or Higher from an accredited college or university. Native-level English speaker with teaching certification to teach kindergarten or school-aged (K-12) children. Other professional and personal qualifications as deemed necessary for acceptable fulfillment of assigned responsibilities. Duties: 1. Plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning experiences. 2. Develop lesson plans. 3. Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities. 4. Prepare classroom for class activities. 5. Provide a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities. 6. Identify and utilize different instructional resources and methods to support the learning needs of students at varying levels of progress. 7.Provide for the care and protection of school property. 8. Observe and evaluate student performance and development. 9.Assign and grade class work, homework, tests, and assignments, as appropriate. 10. Provide appropriate feedback on student work. 11. Monitor and encourage individual student progress. 12. Foster and maintain effective communication with parents and/or guardians.
The Department of English, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Komazawa University invites applications for the following positions: Full-time Assistant Professor (Jokyo), Lecturer (Koshi), Associate Professor or Professor, depending on qualifications and experience. Number of positions: 2. Duties: (i) Teaching English as a Foreign Language at the Komazawa Campus and the Tamagawa Campus. (ii) Attending meetings, participating in extra-curricular activities and performing administrative and examination-related tasks undertaken by faculty members. (iii) Translating, proofreading and editing in-house documents. (iv) Designing, developing and managing the Department’s curriculum. Required Qualifications (as of 1 April 2016: All of the following must be satisfied): (i) PhD or MA/MSc/MPhil with equivalent academic achievements. (ii) Minimum one year experience in teaching English to English learners at university or high school level. (iii) Sufficient English proficiency to conduct classes in English. (iv) Sufficient Japanese proficiency to participate in a variety of departmental activities (Level N2 or above of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is desirable). For further information, please refer to the following URL: http://www.komazawa-u.ac.jp/cms/recruit/20150507gaikoku1_kyoinkobo
Full-Time Academic Writing Coordinator, Lakeland College 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 from September 2015. Duties: Teach 3 writing 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: firstname.lastname@example.org by July 1, 2015.
International Language Centers are looking for part time Native/Japanese English teachers for Cambridge Exam FCE/CAE Preparation courses as follows: 1) Private lesson for the Cambridge Exam (FCE and CAE) course starting 2015 May. Requirements: A business background and/or previous minimum 2 years’ experience teaching course in Cambridge Exam Preparation Courses. Candidates must currently live in the Kanto region of Japan. EFL qualifications and experience essential. Native speakers must have valid visa Telephone inquiries will not be accepted. Resumes should be sent with covering letter by email at email@example.com or by fax at 03-3568-1774.
Full-time (tenured) Associate Professor/Lecturer in English Language Teaching at Gakushin University, Tokyo
Job Opening for Associate Professor or Full-Time Lecturer (Tenured) in English Language Teaching at Gakushuin University, Foreign Language Teaching and Research Centre, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 1. [Number of positions] One 2. [Starting date] April 1, 2016 3. [Qualifications] The successful applicant will, at the time of application, fulfill the following requirements: i) Possess a PhD or Master's degree in a field related to English Language Education (e.g. Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition) ii) Have English as a first language or an equivalent level of language ability. iii) Possess sufficient proficiency in Japanese (equivalent to JLPT level N1 or N2) to be able to carry out administrative duties iv) Have at least three years of teaching experience at university or junior-college level v) Be a resident of Tokyo or the Kanto area as of April 1 2016 4. [Application deadline] Saturday July 11, 2015 5. For Application details, please refer to the following URL: ( http://www.gakushuin.ac.jp/univ/fltrc/data/koubo.pdf ), or JREC-IN Portal. We regret that we are unable to respond to individual queries regarding this advertisement.
Part-time English instructor, Gakushuin University, Preparatory Office for the Faculty of International Social Studies, Tokyo
Name of institution: Gakushuin University, Preparatory Office for the Faculty of International Social Studies Title of position: Part-time English instructor Qualifications: -Interest in the Content and Language and Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach -MA in an EFL-related field or applied linguistics -Experience in teaching English for academic purposes -Minimum of 3 years of university teaching experience in Japan See details in the application guidelines at <https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?fn=3&id=D115040837&ln_jor=1>. Duties: For 2016, teachers for the following two types of compulsory courses will be needed. They will develop their own syllabi following the guidelines provided by the curriculum team. Salary and benefits: According to standard university scale. Application materials: Submit one Microsoft Word file including ALL application materials: a. Cover letter in English or Japanese b. Availability (Please use the attached form below.) c. Curriculum vitae in English or Japanese d. List of publications in English or Japanese e. List of courses taught/currently in the past two years (2013-2015) f. Detailed sample lesson plan for a 90-minutes lesson for one of the following courses: - EAP (using the CLIL approach) - Self-directed learning (learning goal and resource management) Send your application by email to the following address: Preparatory Office for the Faculty of International Social Studies Gakushuin University: intl-preoff[at]gakushuin.ac.jp (Please change [at] to @) ** Make sure to label your file as follows: 2016 part-time English (your full name) Deadline: Saturday 20 June 2015. Interviews will take place 11 July 2015. *Details of the interviews will be given only to shortlisted candidates. *Transportation costs will not be reimbursed. Contact information: Preparatory Office for the Faculty of International Social Studies Gakushuin University: intl-preoff[at]gakushuin.ac.jp (Please change [at] to @)