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Part Time English Teacher - Yamano College of Aesthetics (3/1)

Part Time English Teacher - Classes include Speaking, Grammar, Writing, Reading

仕事内容:

Job details: 

タイトル: 非常勤講師(英語)

着任時期: 2018年04月01日から

仕事内容:
・ 「Reading」、「Grammar」、「Writing,「Speaking」を教えた経験のある方。
・ 「Grammar」の授業を英語でも日本語でも行うことのできる方。
・ 週4−8コマ担当。

応募資格:
・ 大学、短期大学、専門学校、高等学校、中学校等での英語講師の経験がある方。
・ 「Reading」、「Grammar」、「Writing」,「Speaking」を教えた経験のある方。
・ 「Grammar」の授業を英語でも日本語でも行うことのできる方。
・ 明るく挨拶のできる、社交性に富んだ方。

待遇:
給与:1 レッスン (90 分) 8000円 + 通勤費

応募締め切り:
2018年03月01日

応募書類:
※e-mail : info@yamano.ac.jpにて履歴書、職務経歴書を送付の上、下記郵送にて送付のこと
(Subject: Part-time English teaching position)

※提出書類(様式任意、A4版)
(1)履歴書(写真添付)1部
(2)職務経歴書 1部
(3)教育研究業績書 1部
(4)最終学歴の証明書のコピー(学位記または修了証明書など)1部
(5)TOEICなど、各種検定の成績証明書のコピー 1部

※送付先
〒192-0396
東京都八王子市鑓水530 
山野美容芸術短期大学
内山 宛
Part-time English Teaching Position

連絡先:
〒192-0396
東京都八王子市鑓水530 
山野美容芸術短期大学
TEL:042-677-0111
FAX:042-677-0234
http://www.yamano.ac.jp/

Position: Part Time English Teacher

Start Date: April 2018

Teaching Duties:
Grammar, reading, speaking and writing classes
(English grammar classes must be able to teach in Japanese)
4-8 classes per week

Preferred qualifications:
Has experience teaching at vocational schools, colleges or universities
Has experience teaching grammar at a Japanese high school or junior high school
Bilingual (Japanese and English)
Outgoing personality

Compensation:
JPY8, 000 per (90 minute) lesson + travel expenses

Application deadline:
2018年03月01日 (March 1, 2018)

Contact:
*Please send electronic resume to: info@yamano.ac.jp
(Subject: Part-time English teaching position)
And also
Please send application, resume, and 1 reference to
Jin Uchiyama, Professor
Part-time English teaching position
Yamano College of Aesthetics,
530 Yarimizu, Hachioji,
Tokyo 192-0396

TEL:042-677-0111
FAX:042-677-0234
http://www.yamano.ac.jp/

Deadline: 
Thu, 2018-03-01
Contact details: 
〒192-0396 東京都八王子市鑓水530  山野美容芸術短期大学 内山 宛 Part-time English Teaching Position

Part-Time English Teacher - Keio Yokohama Elementary School (2/10)

Job details: 

Part-Time English Teacher
Keio Yokohama Elementary School

Keio Yokohama Elementary School, established in 2013 by Keio University, is seeking applicants for part-time English teaching positions in our English for Global Communication department. Our students go on to Keio Shonan-Fujisawa Junior and Senior High School and Keio University, one of the most competitive private universities in Japan. More information is available at www.yokohama-e.keio.ac.jp/en/

Contract Term and Hours Positions: 1~2 part-time positions
Days: 2~3 days per week (Ideally Mon/Tue/Fri, but Mon/Fri also possible).
Hours: 6~12 periods of 45 minutes
Term: April 1, 2018 ~March 31, 2019 (one year)

Salary Paid 12 months according to number of teaching periods as based on Keio regulations.
Transportation expenses will be provided.
No benefits such as health insurance will be provided.

Duties Teach elementary Year 4 and/or Year 5 students English communication skills, phonics-based literacy, and global awareness. The class size is 18 in most cases, and part-time teachers will be in charge of their own classes of 18, teaching alone.

In addition to teaching lessons, other duties include preparing for lessons, meeting with teachers of the same grade, checking homework, and grading. Grading includes the writing of term-end comments in Japanese for report cards. Please note that teachers of the same grade will use the same materials and lesson plans and collaborate to help students reach the goals for each term.
Qualifications & Requirements • Native or near-native level advanced speaker of English.

• MA in TESOL or related field, or a government-issued teaching license for primary or junior/senior high school. Degrees or licenses to be conferred by the start date are acceptable. Other equivalent qualifications may be considered as well.

• English teaching experience at the elementary or secondary school level in Japan is a strong advantage.

• Conversational and written Japanese ability sufficient for the duties described above.
Application Materials Curriculum vitae, including email address, address of current residence, cell phone number, details of past teaching and curriculum/materials development experience, and publications and presentations, if any.

The CV should be attached to an email. The email should include your reasons for applying. No paper submission is needed for the first screening.

After the first screening, selected applicants will be notified by email to submit additional documents including copies of diplomas or teaching license.

Deadline & Schedule Application email and CV must arrive by February 10, 2018.
Notice of interview to be emailed by mid-February and interviews to be held in late February. Travel expenses must be borne by the applicant. Final results will be emailed by early March.

Send CV and Inquiries to: Email address: yes-gc-group@keio.jp

Mr. Mark Christianson,
Department Head,
English for Global Communication
Keio Yokohama Elementary School

This ad is also posted online at: http://www.yokohama-e.keio.ac.jp/apply/

Contact details: 
Email address: yes-gc-group@keio.jp Mr. Mark Christianson, Department Head, English for Global Communication Keio Yokohama Elementary School

フランス語非常勤講師 (2/28)

Happy Science University (東京キャンパス)では、フランス語教育に携わる非常勤講師(任期1年。任期満了後、審査により更新あり)を求めています。

Job details: 

業務内容:フランス語科目に関する授業及び学生への指導

勤務地:Happy Science University 東京キャンパス
    住所:〒136-0076 東京都江東区南砂2-6-5 

勤務形態:非常勤、任期1年(任期満了後、審査による更新あり)

募集人員:1名

契約期間:2018年4月1日~2019年3月31日

待遇:本学の規定に基づいて決定します。

応募資格:次の条件をすべて満たしている者。
(1)学士以上の学位の取得者。
(2)フランス語の文法や読み書き等について、日本語で教える能力を有する者。
(3)高等教育機関でのフランス語教育の経験を有する者。
(4)本学の教育方針に賛同する者。

応募方法:
(1) 履歴書
(2) 最終学歴証明書(コピー可)
上記の2点を次の書類提出先にEmailもしくは郵便書留にてお送りください。

書類提出先:
〒299-4325 千葉県長生郡長生村一松字中瀬丙4427番1
Happy Science University (千葉キャンパス)国際交流室 森健二
Email:kenji-mori@happy-science.org

応募締切:2018年2月28日

選考結果:
書類選考の上、候補者には面接について個別に通知致します。面接は、Happy Science University (千葉キャンキャンパス)において行います。面接に関わる交通費(国内のみ、要事前確認)は支給致します。

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-02-28
Contact details: 
〒299-4325 千葉県長生郡長生村一松字中瀬丙4427番1 Happy Science University (千葉キャンパス)国際交流室 森健二 Email:kenji-mori@happy-science.org

“Shokutaku” Full-Time English Language Instructors (SFELI) at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto / Shiga / Osaka (2/13)

Job details: 

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, CLIL, 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) 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.
*Those who have an employment contract with the Ritsumeikan Trust in the academic year 2017 are unable to apply.

3. Number of Openings for the SFELI Position and Term of Employment
Number of positions available:2
Term of employment: April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019
(Annual contract, renewable up to four times subject to approval by the screening committee.)
*A Shokutaku Instructor shall not be hired after the first March 31 following the day on which he or she turns a full 70 years of age.

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: \350,500, Summer Bonus: \500,000, Year-end Bonus: \500,000 (Total Remuneration: \5,206,000)
*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 SFELIs 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 (http://en.ritsumeikan-trust.jp/info/employment/) 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 (WORD) & 2 (EXCEL) 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 February 13, 2018 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 March 3 or 4, 2018.
If you are invited to this interview, you will be informed by Friday, February 23 by e-mail.
Applicants will be notified of the selection process results in end of March 2018 (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 Osaka Ibaraki Campus
2-150 Iwakura-cho, Ibaraki-shi, Osaka 567-8570
Japan

11. Other
Smoking is prohibited throughout the entire premises of Ritsumeikan University and no smoking spaces are provided.

12. Contact for Inquiries
Office of Language Education Planning and Development (Gengo Kyoiku Kikaku-ka)
Ritsumeikan University Osaka Ibaraki Campus
Yuta Mitsuzumi, Saori Mimura
Tel: +81-72-665-2061 Fax: +81-72-665-2059 Email: g-jinji@st.ritsumei.ac.jp

Deadline: 
Tue, 2018-02-13
Contact details: 
Office of Language Education Planning and Development (Gengo Kyoiku Kikaku-ka) Ritsumeikan University Osaka Ibaraki Campus 2-150 Iwakura-cho, Ibaraki-shi, Osaka 567-8570 Japan

Part-time English Instructor, Seirei Christopher University, Hamamatsu (2/4)

Seirei Christopher University is seeking part-time English instructors for Monday and Tuesday classes in both the Spring and Fall semesters of 2018.

Job details: 

Job details:

Position: Part-time English Instructor

Institution: Seirei Christopher University

Address: 3453 Mikatabara-cho
Hamamatsu, Kita-ku
Shizuoka, 433-8558

Duties: Teach first-year General English courses in the Spring and Fall semesters

Note: Classes are 80 minutes and meet once per week for each 15-week semester.

Starting Date: April 1st, 2018

Salary: 12,000 yen per class taught

Qualifications:
1. Master’s degree in TESOL or a related field (preferred)
2. Teaching experience at the university level (preferred)
3. Advanced English proficiency
4. Three publications or professional conference presentations (preferred)

Application Method: Interested applicants should email, as a single Word or PDF file:
1) Resume
2) List of academic achievements

Deadline: 
Sun, 2018-02-04
Contact details: 
Dr. Richard MacLean Email: maclean@seirei.ac.jp

Art & English Teacher for an Immersion Program at a Private J&S High School (2/1)

Project GENIUS is looking for a motivated and flexible TEFL instructor for a full-time position that includes teaching arts and crafts in English at a mainstream Japanese private J&S high schoo

Job details: 

The Ideal Candidate:

You have a valid working visa and are looking for a full-time teaching position around Minami-Urawa Station in Saitama.

You are a creative person who can inspire teenagers through innovative lessons and projects to both speak English and create works of art and make crafts using both digital and analog media.

You must be willing and able to use CAD software or other similar software running on a Microsoft Windows platform, rather than a Mac one, when preparing lesson materials and while teaching classes.

You are both interested in and able to use content based instruction to teach an art and crafts class in English for students at a Japanese high school whose regular medium of instruction is Japanese.

You will be able to create lessons and teach regular English as a Foreign Language classes as well.

You have native English level proficiency. You have the intercultural and interpersonal skills necessary to work smoothly with other teachers and staff at the client school, including an interest in learning Japanese if you can’t speak it already. You will be flexible in helping the client school achieve its goals.

You believe that teaching is an art in every sense of the word and that you can always do better. You are willing to be observed and engage in discussions on your teaching practices in order to receive constructive and useful feedback. You will be interested in sharing and borrowing ideas from other teachers.

You seek out opportunities to learn from other teachers across the greater education community, in and outside your client school and our company.

You can submit a cover letter that explains to us why, after reading this description and researching our organization online, you are the ideal candidate for our organization generally and for this position specifically.

Job Details

Working days: Monday to Friday and every other Saturday (Please beware of this Saturday schedule!)

Start date: April 2018

The base salary for this position is 280,000 yen plus transportation expenses per month for the duration of the contract. You will receive your full monthly salary even during winter and summer vacation. We occasionally provide a higher rate for Master’s-level degree holders in a field related to the position or candidates that hold a teaching license. We are able to assist with visa renewal.

Our website and social media presence has more information about our goals as an organization. We want to employ only the best educators in Japan. If you believe that describes you, we look forward receiving your application soon.

Deadline: 
Thu, 2018-02-01
Contact details: 
Please submit your application here at gaijinpot.com. Search there for ""project genius saitama"" or use the following address https://jobs.gaijinpot.com/job/details/124842/en/education-teaching/art-english-teacher-for-an-immersion-program-at-a-private-j-s-high-school/

Full-time English Instructor, Kagoshima Joho High School, Kagoshima, Japan (2/10)

Full-time English Instructors needed (Native /Japanese English Teachers) to teach high school students in an active learning environment.

Job details: 

Requirements:
1. Native-speaker competency in English.
2. Experience teaching TEFL
3. MA in TEFL or related fields preferred.
Duties:
1. Teach up to 20, 50-minute classes per week.
2. Participate in extra-curricular activities such as debate club and summer sessions. Extra duties may take place during weekends and holidays.
Benefits and Conditions:
1. Health insurance, competitive salary, and bonus will be detailed during the interview.
Application Procedures:
1. Submit a cover letter, current CV, and two letters of recommendation.

Deadline: 
Sat, 2018-02-10
Contact details: 
Send application materials via email to Jonathan Enns <jonathanenns1@gmail.com> or post to Kagoshima Joho High School ATTN Jonathan Enns, 〒891-0141 Kagoshima Prefecture, Kagoshima, Taniyamachuo, 2−4118

Business English Consultant - Seven Seas (2/10)

Job details: 

Job Title: Business English Consultant
Company name: Seven Seas
Location: Tokyo
Salary: ¥320,000 per month

Requirements
- Job Requirements: Native-level English speaking ability
- 3 years previous experience in corporate training
- Business background preferable
- Monday to Friday (40 hours per week)
- Clients based in and around Tokyo
- Some travel throughout Japan for special projects
- Strong PC and Administration skills
- Working or Permanent Visa (no working holiday or student visa)
Although Visa sponsorship is not available we can support you through the application process

Job Description:
Seven Seas is looking for a talented trainer/consultant with a passion for developing business professionals who need to use English to succeed in their jobs, develop their careers and provide real business impact.
​As a Seven Seas consultant you will need to be adaptable, creative and always thinking about how to improve the people you are training as well as your own consulting skill set.

​Regular work will include:
​- one-to-one and group classes
- workshops (one/two day large group training)
- contributing to content and materials development

Since 2003 Seven Seas has worked with some of the largest global companies headquartered both overseas and in Japan. We endeavour to build a strong relationship with each client in order that we can take care of their different needs and exceed their expectations. The individual we are looking for should share these goals.

​We regret that we cannot respond to all applicants. Only those that pass the initial screening will be considered for an interview.

Apply at: https://jobsinjapan.com/display-job/11834/Business-English-Consultant.html

Deadline: 
Sat, 2018-02-10
Contact details: 
https://jobsinjapan.com/display-job/11834/Business-English-Consultant.html

English Programme Director (1/31)

A leading educational services company, based in Tokyo, is looking for an English Programme Director to start in March 2018.

Job details: 

The right candidate will possess:

* Extensive experience teaching English to Japanese students of all levels.
* Experience teaching at private junior and/or senior high schools in Japan.
* Teaching qualifications; preferably MA in TESOL or linguistics or current MA student.
* Proven experience in course and syllabus design.
* A high level of grammatical and linguistic knowledge.
* Excellent Japanese skills; at least level 2 on the JPLT, preferably level 1 as the job requires giving presentations in Japanese as well as Japanese to English translation.
* Extensive experience in personnel management.
* Knowledge of the Japanese educational system.
* Adequate computer skills
* Cultural sensitivity, a professional outlook, commitment, flexibility, and strong interpersonal skills.
* Visa and current residence.
* Knowledge of French an asset, but not necessary.

Main responsibilities:

* Designing and updating courses and materials for junior and senior high schools.
* Management of 40 to 50 native English teachers working at private junior and senior high schools in the Kanto area.
* Lesson observation and feedback.
* Training for new instructors.
* Personnel and human resource management; hiring new teachers, creating contracts, resolving issues.
* Teaching classes and giving presentations and seminars; particularly in the field of academic writing.
* Coordinating and attending overnight summer camps and other extra-curricular activities.
* Arranging substitute teachers and other scheduling matters.
* Managing correspondence courses.
* New course development and innovation.
* Sales and marketing.
* Translation of documents.

Please note that the above list is not exhaustive, but is intended as a general guide.

Working Conditions:

Location: Head office located in central Tokyo. Client schools are located in Tokyo, Kanagawa, and Chiba. This position will require regular visits to all client locations. Applicant must be located or able to relocate within commuting distance of head office and client locations.

Working hours: 8:30~17:00, Monday to Friday. However, some flexibility, including occasional overtime and weekend work required. Time off in lieu to compensate.

Salary: 400,000 ~ 500,000 yen/month depending on experience and qualifications. Future pay rises possible. Social insurance and all travel expenses reimbursed.

Contract: Initial one-year contract including probation period. Upon mutual agreement, full-time 正社員 status may be conferred after completion of initial contract.

Holidays: 2 weeks summer, 2 weeks winter vacation and national holidays.

This position will officially begin on April 1st, 2018. However, in order to facilitate a seamless transition and provide time for training, the ideal candidate will be available to start from March 1st.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-01-31
Contact details: 
recruitgli@gmail.com

EAP Instructor - Lakeland University's Shinjuku campus (1/7)

Teach English for Academic Purposes at Lakeland University's Shinjuku campus. Urgent opening, to start January 15, 2018.

Job details: 

Position: Full-time (3 classes) or shared/part-time (1-2 classes) negotiable based on teacher's availability
Qualifications required: Master's degree in TESOL or related field; previous university level EAP instruction experience preferred.
Duties: Teach skills-based EAP classes; lesson planning; assessment; attend occasional EAP/faculty meetings; hold office hours
Schedule: Classes meet daily M-F 1:25-6:00pm plus 5 office hours to be arranged by the teacher
Salary: 360,000/month

Deadline: 
Sun, 2018-01-07
Contact details: 
sergio@japan.lakeland.edu
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