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Asst. Professor (limited-term contract) in English language, Aichi University, Nagoya, Japan

NOTE: There are two SEPARATE job listings for Aichi University. This one has a focus on English language instruction, conversation and writing, but could include some content-based material. Candidates may apply for both positions, but are required to submit two separate application packets and highlight their experience and skills that are appropriate to the specific position.     Available Teaching Positions: Shokutaku Jokyo II (Assistant Professor of English) The Faculty of International Communication, Aichi University, Nagoya, Japan, invites applications for the positions of Shokutaku Jokyo II (Teacher of English) on the conditions given below. This position is not a permanent teaching position. The contract is for twelve months renewable for three more year maximum.: 1. Status: Shokutaku Jokyo II (Assistant Professor of English). 2. Qualifications: (a) Native speaker of English. (b) Strong background in ESL/EFL / applied linguistics / English education. (c) M.A. or its equivalent required. 3. Number of positions: 2 4. Employment period: 12 month’s contract: From April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016. Renewable annually up to three times (total of four years) 5. Teaching courses: English Conversation, Writing. 6. Duties: (a) Responsible hours of teaching Two semesters ( From April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016),  20 classes of 90 minutes per academic year. (b) Working hours 30 hours a week on campus, hours of teaching included. (c) In principle, part time work elsewhere should not be undertaken. 7. Payments: (a) ¥350,000/ month. (b) Research subsidy of ¥200,000 will be paid. This is intended to be spent on, for example, books, stationery, attendance at conferences etc. 8.Travel and relocation expenses: (1) Teachers living abroad: When a teacher comes from abroad, one international economy class round-trip ticket per position (position= a term of employment lasting one year, or possibly extended to a maximum of four years, by agreement) will be paid between your present place of residence and Nagoya (Chubu International Airport), Osaka (Kansai International Airport) or Tokyo (Narita International Airport). Maximum round trip fare is ¥150,000. In addition, Aichi University will pay the full public transportation costs from one of the three international airports to Aichi University. (2) Teachers living in Japan: a) For teachers living in Japan the full public transport costs from the present place of residence to the new place of residence will be paid. (Excluding family) b) A contribution towards relocation expenses will be paid according to the distance from the present place of residence to anywhere within an 80 kilometer radius of Nagoya. 9. Accommodation: (1) Teachers living abroad: The university will provide accommodation for teachers coming from abroad, if required. (2) Teachers living in Japan: Teachers living in Japan are expected to make their own arrangements concerning accommodation, which should be within an 80 kilometer radius of Nagoya. 10. Social insurance: Employees are required to join the Mutual Aid Association of Private School Personnel (health insurance and other benefits). Premium payments will be paid half by the university and half by the individual. 11. Deadline for application: October 20, 2014 (All application must be postmarked on or before October 20) 12. Application procedures: Please send a Resume/ CV with photograph attached, with covering letter, a short essay explaining your ideas for teaching English conversation to Japanese university students and two references. After screening, an interview will be conducted. Thev applicants for the interview will be informed by telephone/ fax/ e-mail. Send all applications material to the following address: Dean, Prof. Michihisa TSUKAMOTO, c/o Nagoya Kyomu-kacho The Faculty of International Communication Aichi University 4-60- 6 Hiraike-cho Nakamura-ku Nagoya-shi 453-8777 Japan Please write “Shokutaku Jokyo II (Assistant Professor of English)” clearly in red on the front of the envelope. Applications are not returnable. 13. Contact: For more information, contact the educational affairs department(Nagoya Kyomu-ka) Int’l Phone +81-52-564-6112 Email: nkyomu@aichi-u.ac.jp

Asst. Professor (limited-term contract) in English and Cultural Studies, Aichi University, Nagoya, Japan

NOTE: There are two SEPARATE job listings for Aichi University. This one has a content-based teaching focus--limited language instruction--and requires teaching courses examining 'cultural topics'. Candidates may apply for both positions, but are required to submit two separate application packets and highlight their experience and skills that are appropriate to the specific position. Available Teaching Positions:  Shokutaku Jokyo II ( Assistant Professor of English and Cultural Studies) The Faculty of International Communication, Aichi University, Nagoya, Japan, invites applications for the positions of Shokutaku Jokyo II (Teacher of English and Cultural Studies) on the conditions given below. This position is not a permanent teaching position. The contract is for twelve months renewable for three more years maximum: 1. Status: Shokutaku Jokyo II (Assistant Professor of English and Cultural Studies). 2. Qualifications: (a) Native speaker of English. (b) Cultural Studies or related field. ESL/EFL training/experience desirable. (c) M.A. or its equivalent required. 3. Number of positions: 2 4. Employment period: 12-month contract: From April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016. Renewable annually up to three times (total of four years) 5. Teaching courses: Cultural Studies; Media Studies; Popular Culture; Multicultural Studies; 1st year Seminar; 2nd year Seminar. 6. Duties: (a) Responsible hours of teaching: Two semesters (From April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016) 20 classes of 90 minutes per academic year, and two weeks during Spring break in February. (b) Working hours: 30 hours a week on campus, hours of teaching included. (c) In principle, part-time work elsewhere should not be undertaken. 7. Payments: (a) ¥350,000/ month. (b) Research subsidy of ¥200,000 will be paid. This is intended to be spent on, for example, books, stationery, attendance at conferences etc. 8. Travel and relocation expenses: (1) Teachers living abroad: When a teacher comes from abroad, one international economy class round-trip ticket per position will be paid between your present place of residence and Nagoya (Chubu International Airport), Osaka (Kansai International Airport) or Tokyo (Narita International Airport). Maximum round-trip fare is ¥150,000. In addition, Aichi University will pay the full public transportation costs from one of the three international airports to the new place of residence. (2) Teachers living in Japan: a) For teachers living in Japan the full public transport costs from the present place of residence to the new place of residence will be paid. (excluding family) b) A contribution towards relocation expenses will be paid according to the distance from the present place of residence to anywhere within an 80-kilometer radius of Nagoya. 9. Accommodation: (1) Teachers living abroad: Aichi University will provide accommodation for teachers coming from abroad, if required. (2) Teachers living in Japan: Teachers living in Japan are expected to make their own arrangements concerning accommodation, which should be within an 80-kilometer radius of Nagoya. 10. Social insurance: Employees are required to join the Mutual Aid Association of Private School Personnel (health insurance and other benefits). Premium payments will be paid half by the university and half by the individual. 11. Deadline for application: October 20, 2014 (All application must be postmarked on or before October 20) 12. Application procedures: Please send a Resume/ CV with photograph attached, with covering letter, a short essay explaining your ideas for teaching Cultural Studies in English to Japanese university students, and two reference letters. After screening, interviews will be conducted. The applicants selected for an interview will be informed by telephone/ fax/ e-mail. Send all applications material to the following address: Dean, Prof. Michihisa TSUKAMOTO, c/o Nagoya Kyomu-kacho The Faculty of International Communication Aichi University 4-60- 6 Hiraike-cho Nakamura-ku Nagoya-shi 453-8777 Japan Please write “Shokutaku Jokyo II (Assistant Professor of English and Cultural Studies)” clearly in red on the front of the envelope. Applications are not returnable. 13. Contact: For more information, contact the educational affairs department(Nagoya Kyomu-ka) Int’l Phone +81-52-564-6112 Email: nkyomu@aichi-u.ac.jp

Faculty Position (2) at International Christian University, College of Liberal Arts, English for Liberal Arts Program Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan

Announcement of Faculty Position at International Christian University,  College of Liberal Arts,  English for Liberal Arts Program  (Position 2) NOTE:  There are TWO separate positions being advertised -- the positions are similar, but have different SPECIFIC requirements and starting dates.  Outline:    ICU is a private, bilingual liberal arts university with an undergraduate College of Liberal Arts and graduate programs. ICU’s educational mission is based on Christian and democratic principles. ICU has about 3,000 students from Japan and overseas. The university is located on a wooded campus in the suburbs of Tokyo. The English for Liberal Arts Program (ELA) is seeking highly skilled and liberally educated language instructors to teach in the College of Liberal  Arts. The ELA is an English program with both content-based and skill-based instruction that incorporates issues related to the College of Liberal Arts   (International Studies, Humanities, Education, Social Science, and Natural Science). It places special emphasis on developing critical thinking and  academic writing skills of first- and second-year students, and improving  students' overall English skills. The successful applicant is expected to  teach ARW (Academic Reading and Writing); RCA (Reading & Content Analysis);  AS (Academic Skills); and RW (Research Writing) in the ELA program.  We are especially seeking candidates who can supervise the academic writing of   students who aim to major in the natural sciences. Department:            English for Liberal Arts Program Rank and title :   Instructor by Contractual Appointment Employment:    Full-time Term of employment:    The initial contract is for three years, renewable once for two years (for five       years in total). Number of positions:    One or two Qualifications:    1. Masters degree or above in English language teaching or  related field. 2. At least three years' English teaching experience at the college level is  desirable. 3. Ability to teach courses in English. 4. Evidence of scholarly work related to language teaching is desirable. 5. An understanding of the purpose of ICU as expressed in the following statement from the University    Regulations: “The purpose of the establishment of ICU is to create an academic culture                   to share the values of freedom based on a devout Christian spirit and to foster well-educated        democratic citizens who have an internationally recognized high degree of sophistication and              public morals.” 6. Basic Japanese conversational ability is desirable. Deadline for applications:   October 17, 2014 (Must be postmarked by the date.) Starting date:      April 1, 2015 or September 1, 2015 Selection process:    After initial screening of documents, short-listed candidates will  be invited to an                 interview and will give a teaching demonstration in November, 2014. Notification of decision:    Applicants will be notified at the earliest opportunity. Application materials:    1.    Curriculum vitae in English. 2.    List of Publications (Copies of publications are not required.) 3.    Statement outlining the applicant’s view of English language teaching within the context of a liberal                 arts education (A4 size, one to two pageessay). 4.    Names of three references. (Three letters of recommendation will be requested from candidates who                 are selected for an interview.) 5.    A copy of B.A., M.A. and/or Ph.D. Please submit materials by email AND by registered mail Send email to: ela-search@icu.ac.jp   Send registered  mail to:                 Prof. Yuko Iwata, Director, English for Liberal Arts Program, International                   Christian University, 3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-8585, Japan • Please mark “Job Application (ELA)” on the envelope. • Please note that submitted application materials cannot be returned. • Personal information will be treated confidentially. Contact address:   3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-8585, JAPAN Contact person:    Prof. Yuko Iwata, Director, English for Liberal Arts Program E-mail    ela-nssearch@icu.ac.jp TEL            0422-33-3219 URL    http://www.icu.ac.jp Additional information:    For further inquires, please contact the email   address above. For more information about ICU, please refer to the ICU   homepage (http://www.icu.ac.jp).

LECTURER IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING, Full-time, SOJO UNIVERSITY, Kumamoto City, Japan

POSITION AVAILABLE: SOJO University, Kumamoto City, LECTURER IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING, Full-time The Sojo International Learning Center (SILC) is responsible for teaching English Communication and Academic English classes to undergraduates from the university's five faculties. The SILC also houses a large self-access learning center. This position is initially for a period of two years, with the option to renew for additional two years subject to satisfactory performance. There are excellent opportunities for research and professional development. Job Description: 1) Teaching duties: eight 90-minute classes per week in each of two fifteen-week semesters and three hours per week in the center’s conversation lounge or skills practice areas. 2) Curriculum development: Lecturers are required to contribute to systematic curriculum evaluation/renewal and contribute to one or more of the institutional research projects taking place in the SILC. 3) Administrative: attend meetings, events and activities organized by the SILC and/or wider university; assist in administration of in-house tests; and cooperate with the university’s PR section in the promotion of the university. Members of the SILC are expected to be at the university for five working days per week during academic terms, normally from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm. Start of Appointment: 1st April 2015 (successful applicants are expected to be available for an orientation program commencing March 25) Essential qualifications: 1) Masters level degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics or closely related field 2) Two years relevant teaching experience, at secondary and/or post-secondary level 3) Able to plan and deliver consistently high quality lessons to students with diverse needs and abilities. 4) Able to use CALL technologies to support learning (experience of Moodle an advantage) 5) Clear evidence of practitioner research / scholarly engagement (conference presentations, academic publication record, research participation, etc.) and strong commitment to continuing professional development Salary/benefits: 1) ¥5,000,000 per year, commuting allowance, research allowance 2) Extensive support for research and professional development 3) Generous vacation periods Deadline for applications:19th October. Applicants should submit the following documentation in pdf format via email: 1) CV/Resume including a passport-sized photo, full employment history, and details of research interests / achievements 2) Details of three people prepared to act as referees (applicants will be informed before referees are contacted) 3) Cover letter highlighting your teaching philosophy and suitability for the post (500 words). Selected candidates will be contacted after the deadline and invited to initial interviews which will be conducted in early November via videoconferencing or in person depending on the applicant’s place of residence. Please note that additional documents may be requested as part of the selection process.   Address correspondence to The Recruitment Committee, Sojo International Learning Center and submit application documents to silcselect@gmail.com

Faculty Position (1) in the English for Liberal Arts Program, International Christian University, Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan

Announcement of Faculty Position at International Christian University,  College of Liberal Arts,  English for Liberal Arts Program  (Position 1) NOTE:  There are TWO separate positions being advertised -- the positions are similar, but have different SPECIFIC requirements and starting dates.   Overview:  ICU is a private, bilingual liberal arts university with an undergraduate College of Liberal Arts and graduate programs. ICU’s educational mission is based on Christian and democratic principles. ICU has about 3,000 students from Japan and overseas. The university is located on a  wooded campus in the suburbs of Tokyo. The English for Liberal Arts Program (ELA) is seeking highly skilled and  liberally educated language instructors to teach in the College of Liberal  Arts. The ELA is an English program with both content-based and skill-based  instruction that incorporates issues related to the College of Liberal Arts (International Studies, Humanities, Education, Social Science, and Natural  Science). It places special emphasis on developing critical thinking and  academic writing skills of first- and second-year students, and improving students' overall English skills. The successful applicant is expected to teach ARW (Academic Reading and Writing), AS (Academic Skills), and RW (Research Writing) in the ELA program.  Department:   English for Liberal Arts Program Rank and title:    Instructor by Contractual Appointment Employment:     Full-time Term of employment:     The initial contract is for three years, renewable once for two years (for five years in total). Number of positions:     One Qualifications:     1. Masters degree or above in English language teaching or   related field. 2. At least three years' English teaching experience at the college level is   desirable. 3. Ability to teach courses in English. 4. Evidence of scholarly work related to language teaching is desirable. 5. An understanding of the purpose of ICU as expressed in the following statement from the University Regulations: “The purpose of the establishment of ICU is to create an academic culture to share the values of freedom based on a devout Christian spirit and to   foster well-educated democratic citizens who have an internationally recognized high degree of sophistication and public morals.” 6. Basic Japanese conversational ability is desirable.   Deadline for applications:   October 17, 2014 (Must be postmarked by the date) Starting date:    September 1, 2015 Selection process:     After initial document screeening, short-listed candidates will  be invited to an interview and will give a teaching demonstration in  November, 2014. Notification of decision:     Applicants will be notified at the earliest opportunity. Application materials:     1.    Curriculum vitae in English. 2.    List of Publications (Copies of publications are not required.) 3.    Statement outlining the applicant’s view of English language teaching   within the context of a liberal arts education (A4 size, one to two page   essay). 4.    Names of three references. (Three letters of recommendation will be   requested from candidates who are selected for an interview.) 5.    A copy of B.A., M.A. and/or Ph.D diploma.   Please submit materials by both email  AND registered mail. Send email to: ela-search@icu.ac.jp   Send registered mail to: Prof. Yuko Iwata, Director, English for Liberal Arts Program, International   Christian University, 3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-8585, Japan • Please mark “Job Application (ELA)” on the envelope. • Please note that submitted application materials cannot be returned. • Personal information will be treated confidentially.   Contact address:    3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-8585, JAPAN Contact person:    Prof. Yuko Iwata, Director, English for Liberal Arts Program E-mail    ela-search@icu.ac.jp TEL     0422-33-3219 URL    http://www.icu.ac.jp   Additional information:     For further inquires, please contact the email   address above. For more information about ICU, please refer to the ICU   homepage (http://www.icu.ac.jp).

English Lecturer position (full-time, tenure-track possible), Kobe Shoin Women's University, Kobe City, Hyogo Pref., Japan

---------------------------------------- Announcement of “Tenure-Track” Faculty Position, Department of English, Kobe Shoin Women’s University   Outline   The English Department of Kobe Shoin Women’s University invites applications for a four-year full-time contract position at lecturer grade or above. The contract is non-renewable but holders of the position can apply for tenure after two years during the contract period.   Qualifications   1. Master’s degree or above in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, British-American Cultural Studies, or closely-related field, with at least three-years’ teaching and research experience at university/college level   2. Knowledge, skills and enthusiasm required to develop students’ basic English skills   3. Candidates who are not native speakers of Japanese should have sufficient Japanese ability to carry out a range of administrative duties in the university   4. An understanding of the purpose and ethos of Kobe Shoin Women’s University as a Christian institution of higher education   Job Details   1. Teaching English Department and Foreign Language Education Center subjects such as Power Speaking I/II, Power Writing, Introduction to English-speaking Cultures, Seminar in English Communication and Graduation Thesis   2. Administrative duties associated with the University’s Foreign Language Education Center   3. Involvement in full-time employees’ educational and research activities as well as department administration and student recruitment etc.   4. Salary based on the university salary scale.   5. Starting date: April 1st, 2015   Documents to Submit   1. Resume (on Kobe Shoin’s form 1) with photograph   2. List of publications (on Kobe Shoin’s form 2; indicate with “O” a minimum of 2 and maximum of 5 main items)   3. Copies of main items of research indicated in (2) above (Note: In certain cases, additional documentation relating to academic achievements may be requested.)   4. Copy of degree certificate   5. Account in English of (a) the applicant’s approach to teaching basic English at university, (b) his/her views on the future of English education in Japanese universities generally, and (c) a brief account of the candidate’s experience of learning Japanese (or English) as a foreign language including history of study, achievements and current ability. (on one A4 sheet)   6. Name, position and contact details of two referees   Related Information   1. Submission of health certification may be required at a later date.   2. The university’s retirement age is 63 (with extension under certain conditions).   3. Use of personal information submitted will be strictly limited to candidate assessment.   4. Application documents are not generally returned. (If return desired, please send suitable S.A.E.)   5. Kobe Shoin forms 1 and 2 can be downloaded from http://www.shoin.ac.jp/ .   Selection Procedure   1. Examination of documents   2. Interview (in English and Japanese) and demonstration class of Power Speaking I (1st-year speaking class)   Note: Candidates invited to interview will be contacted by email, so please include email address in resume.   Costs of travel to interview will be borne by the applicant.   Application Deadline 1. Applications should be received by October 17th, 2014. 2. Mail documents (except references) by registered mail to: Kyomuka, Kobe Shoin Women’s University Shinohara-Obanoyama-cho 1-2-1 Nada-ku, Kobe 657-0015 Fax: 078-882-6180 (Write on the envelope in red “English Department application documents”.) Fax enquiries to Professor Ken Matsuda, Department of English, Fax: 078-882-6180

Elementary School Teacher, full time, Meishinken Elementary School, Nagoya City, Aichi Pref.

 Seeking an Elementary School EFL TEACHER with native-level ability, position beginning in  April 2015   JOB DESCRIPTION 1. Institution(学校名): Meishinken Elementary School  2. Location:  Nagoya City, Aichi prefecture 3. title of position:Teacher /Instructor, full-time (tenure eligble) 4. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree (minimum), preferably having a TESOL/EFL diploma 5. Duties: Teaching 1-6 classes per week (sometimes team-teaching with JTEs), assisting JTEs to improve their teaching methods and create a better and effective curriculum, and encouraging JTEs to brush up their English (for which purpose it is desirable for the applicant to have sufficient knowledge of the English language, particularly English grammar).  6. Salary and benefits: Paid according to the company rules of employment  7. Application materials (応募書類): CV, university diploma (copy acceptable)   8. Deadline(書類提出期限): January 12, 2015   9.contact information (担当者連絡先): Mr. Fukuji Maruyama (advisor to the English Department) <fmaruyama@meishinken.ed.jp>;   Note: The students at Meishinken Elementary School are bright, talented, and well-mannered. 

Instructor of English position (full-time) Meiji Gakuin University, Faculty of International Studies, Yokohama

The Faculty of International Studies, Meiji Gakuin University invites application for one full-time position as an Instructor of English in the Faculty’s English language education program. Terms of Employment and Rank The position is full-time, non-tenure-track position for a term of four years with the possibility of a single renewal for an additional four years based on a review process during the fourth year.  The successful applicant should be able to start working from April 1, 2015. Depending on the experience and qualifications, the appointment will be at the rank of Assistant Professor or Professor. Employment Details The Faculty consists of two departments: Department of International Studies and the Department of Global and Transcultural Studies.  The appointment will be in the Department of Global and Transcultural Studies although the appointee will be asked to teach courses in both departments.  The primary duty of this position will be teaching English courses, supporting the part-time English instructors, mentoring classroom assistants and tutors, and performing administrative duties involved in the operation of the English programs. Hence the appointee will teach first through fourth year students, and be available on all days when English classes are scheduled with the exception of two half-day research days that can be spent away from the campus. Additional duties including committee work may be assigned after consultation.Working placeisYokohama Campus (Occasionally, trips to Shirokane Campus are requested.) Qualifications 1.     Master of Arts degree in TESOL or Applied Linguistics (Ph.D. Preferred). 2.     Native competence in English. Japanese language ability to carry out administrative duties including ability to read and respond to written communication is required. 3.     Experience teaching academic English (courses in reading, research writing, composition and rhetoric) to Japanese university students and students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds including Japanese returnee students. 4.     Experience supporting the administration of an Academic English program in a university. Application Materials 1.     Curriculum vitae with a cover letter. 2.     Position Statement: The goal of teaching English to students in International Studies (600 words maximum). 3.     Two publications in journals related to language teaching such as JALT or JACET which demonstrate substantial knowledge and interest in language teaching and learning. 4.     List of referees—their names, position, and email contact details. Application Deadline and Method October 10,2014 Interested applicant should send application materials via post to: Search Committee, Faculty of International Studies Meiji Gakuin University 1518 Kamikurata-cho, Totsuka-ku, Yokohama 244-8539 JAPAN. Short listed applicants will be contacted.  Please be advised that the interview maybe followed by a request to conduct a demo-lesson and feedback on student essay.   Enquires about this position can be addressed to: kokusai@mguad.meijigakuin.ac.jp Institution Meiji Gakuin University, Faculty of International Studies Address:1518 Kamikurata-cho, Totsuka-ku, Yokohama 244-8539 Japan 244-8539 General URL: http://www.meijigakuin.ac.jp/ Division/Department URL: http://fis.meijigakuin.ac.jp/    

Part-time English Instructor, Joshi Gakuin Junior/Senior High School, Chiyoda-ku, April 2015

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 eduction 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 Tokyo Ichiban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, 22-10 Dean of Women's College  Kazama Haruko TEL: 03-3263-1711   For more information please contact: jgengjob@gmail.com

Program Manager for English Discussion classes, Rikkyo University (Tokyo-Ikebukuro & Saitama campuses)

Program Manager, supervise English Instructors, teaching micro size   Discussion Classes, Center for English Discussion Class, Rikkyo University,   Tokyo/Saitama, Japan We have opening for Program Manager to begin from April 2015. For more details, please visit the following website:   http://recruit.rikkyo.ac.jp/pm2014 Position: Program Manager for the English Discussion Class Qualifications: A person falling under any one of the following categories   and who is considered to have a sufficient background to provide instructor   support and education at the university level (1) A person who has obtained a Master’s or Doctoral degree in   English-language education and who has personal knowledge of and experience   in English-language education at the university level; (2) A person who has obtained a Master’s or Doctoral degree in a subject   other than English-language education and who has personal knowledge of and   experience in English-language education at the university level; or (3) A person who has obtained a Master’s or Doctoral degree in   English-language education and has knowledge of English-language education at the university level. *Candidates should have a working knowledge of Japanese. *Applicants of any nationality are welcome to apply. Starting Date: April 1, 2015 Work Days: Monday to Saturday (6 days per week) Work Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30-16:40 & Saturday 8:50-13:00 Location: Ikebukuro Campus (Tokyo, Japan) & Niiza Campus (Saitama, Japan) Monday:            Ikebukuro Campus or Niiza Campus Tuesday-Friday:    Ikebukuro Campus Saturday:            Niiza Campus Salary: Monthly salary ¥426,000 (first year) 1 month of summer bonus provided in June, 2 months of winter bonus provided   in December, housing allowance, transportation allowances and grant-in-aid. Note: 1) The first bonus of the first year will be prorated based on the numbers of calendar days after the commencement of the position. 2) The Program Manager position is not primarily a research position. However, the Program Manager may engage in conducting research as long as it does not affect his/her responsibility in the administering of the English Discussion Program. A researcher number and grant-in-aid are provided by the university. Holiday: 1. Sundays 2. National holidays 3. Special university holidays 4. Summer, autumn, winter and spring breaks Note: In order to balance the number of classes over the 14-week semester, Rikkyo   University schedules some classes to take place on some national holidays,   which are then considered to be work days. In lieu of these days, other days during the academic calendar become non-teaching days. Paid Holiday: 10 days at the first year Conditions: One-year contract, possibly renewed up to four times (for a total   of 5 years maximum upon the mutual agreement of both parties) Insurance: Rikkyo Gakuin health insurance, welfare pension insurance and   employment insurance Application Deadline: September 30, 2014, 12:00p.m. noon, Japan time

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