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

Job Opening at Kyushu Sangyo University for full-time contract EFL lecturers   Department:Language Education and Research Center(LERC)   URL of the LERC:http://lerc.kyusan-u.ac.jp/jobs/ Content of work:Teaching courses for the LERC's interdepartmental general English program Research field: Linguistics, Education, TESOL/ Applied linguistic   Deadline: 2014/11/28 Date of Employment: April 1, 2015. Full details can be found at the following URL ・Overseas candidate https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?fn=3&ln=1&id=D114102192&ln_jor=1 ・Domestic candidate https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?fn=3&ln=1&id=D114102231&ln_jor=1

Full-time faculty position (tenured) in English education at Tezukayama Gakuin University, Osaka, Japan

Re: Tezukayamagakuin University, Faculty of Human Sciences Full-time Faculty Position Tezukayamagakuin University invites applications for one full-time tenured professor, with a maximum five-year probationary period beginning April 1, 2015, in the field of English education at the university level. The successful applicant will be appointed Associate Professor or Professor depending on qualifications. Applicants with some business background will be given preference. ◇Department: Department of English and Career Studies ◇Qualifications and Application conditions (All of the following must be satisfied): 1)  PhD or academic achievements equivalent to PhD (TEFL, Applied Linguistics, or related field AND business experience). 2)  Native/Near-native speaker competence in English is required. 3)  At least three years’ English teaching experience, preferably at the university level. 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. 7)  An understanding of the school philosophy of Tezukayamagakuin and a commitment to the educational objectives of Tezukayamagakuin University. 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, training) ・Business experiences will be appreciated. ◇Responsibilities: 1) Teaching load: A minimum of six 90-minute classes per week, spread over four days. 2) Administrative responsibilities: ・Involvement in curriculum design and planning. ・Language counseling. ・Registration, invigilation and entrance examination duties. ・Contributions to Tezukayamagakuin University’s international exchange programs. ・PR activities for recruiting new students (including demonstration lessons at some university events). ◇Employment Condition: In accordance with the regulations of Tezukayamagakuin University  The successful candidate will be required to live in Osaka Prefecture or around it. ◇Application materials 1) Curriculum Vitae (rirekisho) with an ID photo attached and a list of academic publications (gyosekisho). 2) One offprint/copy of three academic publications, with an English synopsis (about 150 words) for each publication. 3) Statement in English (about 500 words), explaining the reason for applying, including personal philosophy/comments regarding teaching methods. 4) Copy of the highest degree awarded. 5) Copy of TESOL diploma/certificate (if available). 6) Three Letters of Recommendation, in English or Japanese. ◇Deadline for application Application materials must arrive by Monday, December 15, 2014, via registered mail (kakitome) or commercial parcel delivery (takuhaibin). Please print in red “Application Documents” on the face of the envelope. Send applications to:  Professor Mari Mizote Faculty of Human Sciences Tezukayamagakuin University (Sayama Campus) 2-1823, Imakuma, Osaka Sayama, Osaka, Japan, 589-8585 ◇Please note: 1) After receipt of initial application materials, requests may be made for additional items. 2) We may request to see the original degree certificate/diplomas. 3) Upon completion of initial screening procedures, final candidates will be interviewed and asked to give a demonstration lesson.  *Candidates are responsible for travel and accommodation. 4) Candidates will be directly notified of the results upon completion of the process. 5) Application materials will not be returned. 6) Applicants should provide contact details if they leave Japan, or if they change address in Japan during the application period. For further details, please e-mail: mizote@hs.tezuka-gu.ac.jp Application materials will be retained by the Faculty of Human Sciences and will be safely disposed of after the selection. Personal information will not be used for purposes other than the selection, according to the protection of Personal Information Law of Japan

Qualified JHS-SHS Maths teacher & Elementary teachers (English-immersion) at Linden Hall School, Daizaifu, Fukuoka

Linden Hall School High School Division (English immersion school in Dazaifu,Fukuoka),  is looking for a full-time, qualified Maths teacher to teach JHS & SHS Maths in English. Linden Hall School High School Division offers an English immersion IB Diploma alongside traditional Japanese curriculum.   Initial contract will be for one year with intention to extend based upon performance. Salary package includes health and pension contributions.  Linden Hall Elementary School (also English immersion) will be recruiting  qualified elementary school teachers, also for full-time contracts of initially one year in length with similar conditions.   Candidates should have gained their qualifications in Japan, or in a country or jurisdiction where English is the language of instruction. Contact to vice principal at sdakin@lindenhall.ed.jp

Two Fixed-Term Faculty Positions at Asst. or Assoc. Prof. level in the Foreign Language Institute of Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Ishikawa Pref., Japan

Announcement of Fixed-Term Faculty Position Foreign Language Institute Kanazawa University The Foreign Language Institute, Kanazawa University invites applications for a fixed-term faculty position as associate professor or assistant professor. 1. Open Position: Fixed-term associate professor or assistant professor 2. Number of Positions: Two 3. Affiliation: Foreign Language Institute, Kanazawa University 4. Main Duties: 1) Teaching English language classes in the common education (liberal arts) curriculum 2) Designing/planning and coordinating English language classes in the common education (liberal arts) curriculum 3) Developing teaching materials for English language classes in the common education (liberal arts) curriculum 4) Undertaking administrative and other duties as required by the head of the department 5. Subjects to Teach: 1) English language classes in the common education (liberal arts) curriculum 2) Liberal arts courses taught in English for the common education (liberal arts) curriculum (approximately one class per week, starting from the 2016 academic year) 6. Qualifications: Applicants should have: 1) A doctoral degree (or equivalent qualifications) is preferred. Applicants with master’s degrees only (or equivalent qualifications) can be considered as a candidate for the assistant professor position. 2) Experience in English education and the ability to teach in English 3) Research interests including the areas of foreign language education, intercultural communication, or overseas study promotionSuccessful candidates are required to reside in Kanazawa or in its surrounding areas during employment. 7. Period of Employment: From February 1, 2015 (or the earliest possible date after it) to March 31, 2018 (up until March 31, 2024 at the maximum through renewal) The positions are created by the Top Global University Project funded by the Japanese government. The project continuity is subject to the Japanese Ministry of Education (MEXT)’s assessments in FY2017 and FY2020. If the project continues and the candidates hope to continue employment, the on-campus committee shall make decisions, based on performance evaluation, about the employment from 2018 to 2020 within FY2017 and also about the employment from 2021 to 2023 within FY2020. 8. Salary and Benefits: Salary and benefits are specified in the Kanazawa University’s regulations. For further information, see the university’s website (in Japanese): http://www.adm.kanazawa-u.ac.jp/ad_syomu/jyouhoukoukai/soshiki/special.pdf Position and salary are commensurate with the candidate’s academic and employment experiences. 9. Application Documents: 1) Curriculum vitae  * Please include the applicant’s scores/results of any foreign language tests previously taken, if any. 2) List of educational and research achievements including details of any competitive research funds the applicant has received 3) One research achievement, such as a book, published paper, teaching material, etc. with a summary/abstract (three copies)  * Candidates may be asked to submit additional materials. 4) An essay on the applicant’s experiences in foreign language education and future aspirations at Kanazawa University (1 page of A4 size (or letter size) paper, three copies) 5) Two reference persons’ contact details including their names, affiliations, official positions, contact addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses 10. Application Deadline: Application documents must arrive no later than December 19, 2014. Please send all the documents by registered mail to:Shigeyasu, SAWADA, Professor Head of the Foreign Language Institute Kanazawa University Kakuma-machi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa 920-1192, Japan   The application documents should be marked “Job Application (B)” in red on the envelope.

One Fixed-term faculty position at Professor or Assoc. Prof. level in the Foreign Language Institute of Kanazawa University, Ishikawa Pref., Japan

***Note: There are two separate faculty positions being advertised on JALT Jobs website.  They are independent and candidates are encouraged to apply for both, if qualified.*** Announcement of Fixed-Term Faculty Position Foreign Language Institute, Kanazawa University The Foreign Language Institute, Kanazawa University invites applications for a fixed-term faculty position as professor or associate professor. 1. Open Position: Fixed-term professor or associate professor 2. Number of Positions: One 3. Affiliation: Foreign Language Institute, Kanazawa University 4. Main Duties: 1) Teaching English language classes in the common education (liberal arts) curriculum 2) Designing/planning and coordinating English language classes in the common education (liberal arts) curriculum 3) Developing teaching materials for English language classes in the common education (liberal arts) curriculum 4) Undertaking administrative and other duties as required by the head of the department 5. Qualifications: Applicants should have: 1) A doctoral degree (or equivalent qualifications) 2) Experience in teaching and conducting research in English for Academic Purposes or English language tests (TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, etc.) and the ability to teach in English 3) Research interests including the areas of foreign language education, intercultural communication, or overseas study promotion 4) Experience in the development of teaching materials and/or curriculums Successful candidate is required to reside in Kanazawa or in its surrounding areas during employment

Full-time English Lecturer at Qatar University

Location – Doha, Qatar *Name of Institute – Qatar University *Title of Position –Lecturer *Full or Part-time – Full-time *Qualifications – ·         A Master's degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics or ELT from a reputably accredited university/program ·         At least two years' EAP/EFL/ESL teaching experience at university/tertiary level (overseas experience is desirable) ·         Experience in testing and assessment, instructional technology and curriculum/materials development ·         Experience in teaching university-level EAP/EFL/ESL academic writing and/or research skills is preferred ·         Ability to adapt to and participate in different cultures and learning environments ·         Ability to contribute to an innovative and challenging academic instructional program is an asset *Duties – Teach up to 18 contact hours per academic semester as well as participation in other departmental activities during the academic year *Salary and benefits – ·         Three-year renewable contract ·         Tax-free salary ·         Salary commensurate with experience ·         Furnished accommodation in accordance with QU HR policies ·         Annual round trip air fare for faculty member and dependents in accordance with QU HR policies ·         Education allowance for children residing with faculty, in accordance with QU HR policies ·         Private health care and health insurance for faculty and dependents in accordance with QU HR policies ·         Annual leave in accordance with QU HR policies and QU Academic Calendar ·         End-of-contract bonus *Deadline – April 1st, 2015 *Contact Information - http://www.qu.edu.qa/foundation/english/employment_opportunites.php  

Part-time English teaching positions at Meiji University (Tokyo, Nakano campus)

The Faculty of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences at Meiji University invites applications for part-time English teaching positions, beginning in April, 2015. Applicants should have at least a Master’s degree in TESOL, applied linguistics, or a similar field, as well as relevant teaching experience and a minimum of three publications. Native or near-native English competence is expected, and Japanese ability is helpful but not required. Successful applicants will teach communication classes for first- or second-year students one day a week at the Nakano campus of Meiji University. Applicants available on Wednesday or Friday afternoon are especially encouraged to apply. Remuneration is based on the Meiji University salary scale and is paid year-round. Interested parties should send a brief statement of interest (including available days and times) and a CV to James Elwood at the following address: elwood@meiji.ac.jp

Part-time English teaching positions, University of Electro-Communication, Chofu, Japan

TITLE: Part-time English teaching positions, University of Electro-Communication, Chofu, Japan BeginningApril 2015 OVERVIEW: The English department of the University of Electro-Communications in Chofu, Tokyo invites applications for part-time English teaching positions starting April 1, 2015. Contract renewable upon mutual agreement. POSITION DETAILS: Duties:  Teach second-year undergraduate English courses in academic English on Tuesdays, in Spring and Fall semester. Part-time teachers are expected to work cooperatively in a coordinated English program and participate in faculty development activities. Minimum Qualifications: Completion of a Master's degree in TESOL (preferred), or other relevant area; teaching experience at university or college; publication of at least two refereed academic paper; advanced proficiency in English and ability to teach through English; working proficiency in Japanese desirable. Application materials to be Sent: (1) Statement of teaching philosophy in English, max 1,000 words; (2) electronic copies of two publications; and (3) resume(or CV)in English, detailing; personal background info., qualifications, relevant work experience, presentations, publications or other academic research activities, names and contact details of 3 referees. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview in January. Send application materials to Suwako Uehara at: englishpersonnel[at]bunka.uec.ac.jp  with “Application” followed by name in subject heading. Deadline: Tuesday, December 16, 2014. See www.uec.ac.jp for more details.  

Rikkyo Ikebukuro Junior & Senior High School is seeking a part-time English teacher (not ALT position), in Tokyo area

Rikkyo Ikebukuro Junior & Senior High School is seeking a part-time English teacher with full teaching responsibilities (not ALT). Start working in April 2015 (usual Japanese school year).  Teaching load is 14-18 hours/week, 5 days/week. Teachers are expected to produce and mark exams each term.   Candidates should have a university degree and a valid visa. Salary is  ¥210,000- 270,000/month (depending on the number of hours taught), with bonuses paid in the summer and winter. Summer, winter and spring holidays are off with pay. Please send a copy of resume/CV by fax or email: Fax to: 03-3971-4930 (ATTN  M.Robertson)   Email to: michael_1003@hotmail.com Deadline is Dec. 5, 2014.

Two Asst. Professor positions (limited-contract), Aoyama Gakuin University, School of Social Informatics (Sagamihara campus)

Applications are now being accepted for one position at the assistant professor level at Aoyama Gakuin University in the School of Social Informatics (Sagamihara Campus). Applicants should hold a Ph.D. (or equivalent experience) in TESOL/TEFL, Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Communications, or related field, with at least three years of university teaching experience. A one-year contract which is renewable annually for up to four additional years (upon mutual agreement) as stipulated by Aoyama Gakuin regulations. Candidates will be mainly responsible for teaching basic level English courses and assisting in developing the undergraduate English language program in the School of Social Informatics. The deadline for sending the application materials is December 10, 2014 (received). For more detailed information about the application procedure, please check the following webpage at: https://jrecin.jst.go.jp/seek/SeekJorDetail?F693A608=404E61B392012DA5075F926EC9AA46BC&fn=3&dt=1&id=D114110761&ln_jor=1

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