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常勤講師(小学校英語担当)、成蹊学園国際教育センター、東京都武蔵野市吉祥寺(8/31)

成蹊学園において、コミュニケーション能力の開発に重点をおいて英語教育とその研究に従事し、本センターの教学の運営を補佐する。

Job details: 

職種・募集人員:
成蹊学園国際教育センター常勤講師(小学校兼務)・1名(国籍不問)

募集期間:
2018年7月18日(水)~2018年8月31日(金)(必着)

着任年月日:
2019年4月1日

概要:
成蹊学園において、コミュニケーション能力の開発に重点をおいて英語教育とその研究に従事し、本センターの教学の運営を補佐する。

業務内容:
週40時間を超えない範囲で以下の業務を行う。原則週4日出勤。
(1) 成蹊小学校のカリキュラムに沿った授業を担当。
 標準授業、週16時間(16コマ 1コマ45分間)
 資格取得状況に応じ、担任が同席する場合もある。
(2) 国際教育センター所長からの依頼業務

研究分野:
英語教育(TESOL)、異文化間コミュニケーション、その他関係分野

待遇:
給与月額(税込み)経歴等により30万円または35万円(交渉不可)、賞与(原則年2回)、研究費、交通費あり。共同研究室あり。共同研究プロジェクト予算あり。住宅手当なし。

勤務形態:
常勤(有期雇用)

応募資格:
1.専任・非常勤などの英語教員としての勤務歴、または同等の英語指導歴のある者
2.英語教育や英語研究に関する研究実績のある者
3.英語を母語とする者又はそれと同等の能力のある者

詳細は成蹊学園ホームページをご確認ください。
http://www.seikei.ac.jp/gakuen/recruit/teacher/elementary.html

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-08-31
Contact details: 
〒180-8633 武蔵野市吉祥寺北町3-3-1、成蹊学園国際教育センター

Full-time Instructor (For Elementary School English Courses) at the Seikei Institute for International Studies, Kichijoji, Tokyo (8/31)

The successful candidate will be required to engage in English teaching and related research with a focus on developing comm

Job details: 

Full-Time Instructor
Seikei Institute for International Studies
(For Elementary School English Courses)

Job title:
Full-time Instructor at the Seikei Institute for International Studies (also employed as Elementary School faculty); 1 opening (open to all nationalities)

Recruiting period:
Application materials must arrive by Wednesday, July 18, 2018 to Friday, August 31, 2018

Hiring date:
April 1, 2019

Job description:
The successful candidate will be required to engage in English teaching and related research with a focus on developing communication skills at Seikei Gakuen, and in assisting with the administrative duties at the Institute.

Work position:
The successful candidate will be required to perform the following duties for up to 40 hours a week. The candidate will be expected to be on campus 4 full days per week.
(1) Teach a standard number of classes at Seikei Elementary School according to the curriculum (16 classes per week, each of 45 minutes). Depending on the qualifications and experience of the candidate, classes may be taught under the supervision of a class teacher.
(2) Other duties as assigned by the Institute Director

Research field:
English education (TESOL) , Cross-cultural communication or related fields

Salary and benefits:
300,000JPY or 350,000JPY/month (tax included, not negotiable) based on experience, with bonuses (paid twice a year in principle). A research fund, transportation expenses, and shared office space will also be provided. There is also a joint research project budget. Housing is not provided.

Term of office:
Full-time (fixed-term employment)

Qualifications:
1. Applicants should have teaching experience as full- or part-time school English teachers, or have an equivalent teaching history.
2. Applicants should have research experience in the field of English Education or English Language Studies.
3. Applicants should be native English speakers or have equivalent English ability.

*Please see the following link for more details.
http://www.seikei.ac.jp/gakuen/recruit/teacher/elementary.html

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-08-31
Contact details: 
Seikei Institute for International Studies, Seikei Gakuen, 3-3-1 Kichijoji-kitamachi, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-8633

常勤講師(大学英語担当)、成蹊学園国際教育センター、東京都武蔵野市吉祥寺(8/31)

成蹊学園において、コミュニケーション能力の開発に重点をおいて英語教育とその研究に従事し、本センターの教学の運営を補佐する。

Job details: 

職種・募集人員:
成蹊学園国際教育センター常勤講師(大学兼務)・若干名(国籍不問)

募集期間:
2018年7月18日(水)~2018年8月31日(金)(必着)

着任年月日:
2019年4月1日

概要:
成蹊学園において、コミュニケーション能力の開発に重点をおいて英語教育とその研究に従事し、本センターの教学の運営を補佐する。

業務内容:
週40時間を超えない範囲で、標準授業担当数(大学授業週8コマ)の授業及びセンター所長からの依頼業務を行う。原則週4日出勤。

研究分野:
英語教育(TESOL)、その他関係分野

待遇:
給与月額(税込み)経歴等により30万円または35万円(交渉不可)、賞与(原則年2回)、研究費、交通費あり。共同研究室あり。共同研究プロジェクト予算あり。住宅手当なし。

勤務形態:
常勤(有期雇用)

応募資格:
修士以上の学位を有することが望ましい。英語を母語とする者又はそれと同等の能力のある者。大学及び同等の機関における教育経験があること。

詳細は成蹊学園ホームページをご確認ください。
http://www.seikei.ac.jp/gakuen/recruit/teacher/university.html

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-08-31
Contact details: 
〒180-8633 武蔵野市吉祥寺北町3-3-1 成蹊学園国際教育センター

Full-time Instructor at the Seikei Institute for International Studies, Kichijoji, Tokyo (8/31)

Successful candidates will be required to engage in English teaching and related research with a focus on developing communicat

Job details: 

Full-Time Instructor
Seikei Institute for International Studies
(For University English Courses)

Job title:
Full-time Instructor at the Seikei Institute for International Studies (also employed as University faculty); several openings (open to all nationalities)

Recruiting period:
Application materials must arrive by Wednesday, July 18, 2018 to Friday, August 31, 2018

Hiring date:
April 1, 2019

Job description:
Successful candidates will be required to engage in English teaching and related research with a focus on developing communication skills at Seikei Gakuen, and in assisting with the administrative duties at the Institute.

Work position:
Successful candidates will be required to teach a standard number of classes (8 University classes per week) and perform other duties as assigned by the Institute Director, for up to 40 hours a week. The candidate will be expected to be on campus 4 full days per week.

Research field:
English education (TESOL) or related fields

Salary and benefits:
300,000JPY or 350,000JPY/month (tax included, not negotiable) based on experience, with bonuses (paid twice a year in principle). A research fund, transportation expenses, and shared office space will also be provided. There is also a joint research project budget. Housing is not provided.

Term of office:
Full-time (fixed-term employment)

Qualifications:
Degree holders of Master’s level or higher preferred. Applicants should be native English speakers or have equivalent English abilities. Preference will be given to candidates who have teaching experience at university level or equivalent.

*Please see the following link for more details.
http://www.seikei.ac.jp/gakuen/recruit/teacher/university.html

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-08-31
Contact details: 
Seikei Institute for International Studies, Seikei Gakuen, 3-3-1 Kichijoji-kitamachi, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-8633

Part-time (Saturday Only) English Teacher (JOES) –Tokyo / Yokohama (8/3)

Professional English teachers required to teach returnee classes on Saturdays.

Job details: 

Japan Overseas Educational Services

JOES Foreign Language Retention Program
- Part-time (Saturday Only) English Teacher (JOES) – Tokyo / Yokohama

Job Details:
We are looking for professional English teachers who have a long term commitment to Japan and who can commit themselves to working on Saturdays in our academic year.
Experience and an enthusiasm for teaching returnee children from second grade to ninth grade is an advantage. In particular, we are looking for teachers who have experience with elementary school students. A teaching license is an advantage. Materials provided. Payment, 7,500 yen per 90-minute class before tax (first Term), rising to 8,000 yen per 90-minute class before tax (from the next Term).

Academic year schedule:
Term 1; April to mid-July
Term 2; September to mid-December
Term 3; January to mid-March

- The students have all lived and been educated overseas.
- The focus of the class is to develop the students' reading and writing skills.
- The classes are taught entirely in English in an atmosphere that resembles a regular school class overseas (USA, UK, Australia, international school, etc.).

JOES will provide the core materials for your classes, but we expect our teachers to be able to develop their own suitable materials over time and to be able to plan their lessons in advance for each term.

Please send your resume, photo and the covering letter by e-mail to:

Tokyo/Yokohama  hoji@joes.or.jp (please put Job Application as the Subject)

***Applicants must have a working or spouse visa (no visa sponsorship) ***

More information about JOES can be found at;
http://www.joes.or.jp/info/introduction.html

Applications will be accepted until August 3rd, 2018 and interviews will be arranged in August.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-08-03
Contact details: 
hoji@joes.or.jp

Tamagawa Academy Bi-Lingual Elementary School Program Teacher (Elementary & Kindergarten) (12/31)

Please visit our website at http://www.tamagawa.jp/en/k12/careers/bles.html for Elementary School teacher, and http://www.tamagawa.jp/en/k12/careers/bles-k.html for Kindergarten teacher.

Job details: 

Please visit our website at http://www.tamagawa.jp/en/k12/careers/bles.html for Elementary School teacher, and http://www.tamagawa.jp/en/k12/careers/bles-k.html for Kindergarten teacher.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2018-12-31
Contact details: 
<p>Damien Pratt, Coordinator</p>

Associate professor, The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo (9/18)

The Faculty of Informatics and Engineering, Division

Job details: 

1.Title and number of position
Associate professor (full-time), One position

2.Affiliation after the employment
Faculty of Informatics and Engineering, Division of General Education

3. Fields of specialty
TESOL

4. Responsible subjects
English courses: Academic Written English, Academic Spoken English, English Seminar, Academic English for the 2nd Year, Advanced English courses, Graduate School Technical English (11 courses in total across spring and fall semester)

5.Eligibility for application
1) Applicants must hold a doctorate degree by the date of employment and must be advanced in research in the above fields.
2) Applicants must be capable of conducting creative research independently.
3) Applicants are expected to have Japanese ability sufficient for administrative duties.

6. Term of employment
Permanent full-time (until the mandatory retirement age)

7. Salary, research fund, etc.
1) Salary
Annual Salary System (Based on rules of the University of Electro-Communications)
2) Research fund
Research funding of associate professor level will be provided in accordance with the University’s regulations.

8. Start of employment
January 1, 2019 (or later at the earliest possible date)

9.Documents for Submission
1) Application form: (photo, resume, list of research achievements)
Please download and fill in the application form.
http://www.uec.ac.jp/about/advertisement/pdf/oubo_sinseisyo_e.pdf (PDF file)
http://www.uec.ac.jp/about/advertisement/date/oubo_sinseisyo_e.doc (MS-word file)
2) Maximum of five peer-reviewed papers (books, book chapters, and journal articles) (duplicates are acceptable)
3) Outline of research achievements: up to 2 pages of A4 sheet
4) Outline of research plan in UEC: up to 2 pages of A4 sheet
5) Teaching experience and your goals in education: up to 2 pages of A4 sheet
6) The names, affiliations, contacts (including e-mail address) and relation of three references. At least one from Japan and one from outside Japan.
7) PDF documents 1)~6), save on a CD-ROM or USB, and send together with the application documents.
Note: Application documents including the CD-ROM or USB will not be returned. The documents will not be used for any other purpose besides this job opening.

10. Selection Procedure
If you pass the screening of application documents, you will be requested to come to the University of Electro-Communications for an interview. Please note that transportation and/or any lodging for the interview will be at your own expense.

11. Application Deadline
Application documents must arrive by Tuesday, September 18, 2018 Japan Standard Time

12. Contact
Professor Hiroaki Oku, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering, Division of General Education (English), The University of Electro-Communications
Phone: 042-443-5528 E-Mail: eigojinji@bunka.uec.ac.jp

13.Instructions for Submission
Application documents must be sent to the following address by postal mail.
Professor Hiroaki Oku
The University of Electro-Communications
1-5-1 Chofugaoka, Chofu City, Tokyo 182-8585 Japan

Please write “Application documents for faculty position in the field of English Education” on the envelope in red ink, and it should be sent by Simplified Registered Mail. Also, please notify the contact personnel as shown in section 12 by e-mail that you have sent the application documents.

14. Others
・All faculty members of UEC belong to the Academic Institute, through which individual faculty members are assigned to specific departments or centers.
・Based on an aim to engage in the target value that is described in the 5th Science and Technology Basic Plan in fiscal year 2016–2020 (Cabinet office, Government of Japan, 2016), the government is acting to achieve a ten percent increase in the number of young researchers under 40 years of age, and hopes to increase this number by over thirty percent in the overall higher educations for the future. UEC is recruiting well-qualified young researchers in order to foster them and accelerate their dynamic research activities. For more information please refer to the following URL: http://www8.cao.go.jp/cstp/kihonkeikaku/index5.html
・Under the principle of The Basic Law for a Gender-Equal Society, UEC is aiming to increase the number of female faculty members through an effort to provide working environment that is friendly to female employees, such as Work-Life Balance Support and Support for Research Career Advancement. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. For more information please refer to the following URL: http://www.ge.uec.ac.jp/

See job posting URL for more details:
Japanese: http://www.uec.ac.jp/eng/news/job_opening/
English: https://www.uec.ac.jp/eng/news/job_opening/

Deadline: 
Tue, 2018-09-18
Contact details: 
Application documents must be sent to the following address by postal mail. Professor Hiroaki Oku The University of Electro-Communications 1-5-1 Chofugaoka, Chofu City, Tokyo 182-8585 Japan

Immersion English Guide (Part-Time) (9/22)

Immersion English experience in the Tokyo area.

Job details: 

Job Description
Immersion English experience in the Tokyo area. Work in a world-class facility providing visiting students with various programs, including simulated experiences speaking English in daily life situations overseas in such places as airports and restaurants. There will also be programs dealing with science and technology, business, international contribution and international exchange, in which students discuss in English how to work out solutions or new ideas through group work. Escort and advise Japanese students taking part in the various weekday, holiday, and overnight programs. Participate in role-plays and encourage students to speak in English. Provide a scaffolding for conversation. Students range in ages from elementary school children to senior high school students. Curriculum and training is provided.

Requirements
・Fluent English speaker
・Live in Tokyo area
・Work or Student visa. Sponsorship not available
・Fun, Friendly, Outgoing, and Responsible
・Teaching experience preferred, not required
・Japanese speaking ability not required

Working Hours
5-hour Flex Shift between 8:15 ~ 17:30
3 teaching hours plus 2 non-teaching work hours (total 5 hours)
7-hour training day in advance of working day

Working Days
Any combination of the following dates. Only one day is okay.
Thursday, September 6
Friday, September 14
Thursday, September 27
Friday, September 28
Saturday, September 29
Tuesday, October 23
Wednesday, November 21
Monday, December 10
Tuesday, December 11
Tuesday, December 18
Wednesday, December 19
Thursday, December 20
Thursday, December 22
*Additional dates available in 2019.

Training Days
Only one of the following dates:
Thursday, August 30
Friday, August 31
Tuesday, September 4

Remuneration
10,000 yen per day
10,000 yen per training day
Transportation reimbursed

Location
Odaiba, Tokyo

Deadline: 
Sat, 2018-09-22
Contact details: 
recruit@wingglobal.com

“Shokutaku” Full-Time English Language Instructors (SFELI) at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto / Shiga / Osaka (9/3)

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 2018 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, 2019 to March 31, 2020
(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)
A Commuting Allowance and other benefits will be provided according to the rules of Ritsumeikan Trust.
*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.

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 September 3, 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 October 13 or 14, 2018.
If you are invited to this interview, you will be informed by Tuesday, October 2 by e-mail.
Applicants will be notified of the selection process results in end of November 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: 
Mon, 2018-09-03
Contact details: 
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

“Sennin” Full-time Foreign Language Instructors at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto/Shiga/Osaka (8/22)

Job details: 

1. Position
“Sennin” Full-time Foreign Language Instructor (Gaikokugo Sennin Koushi)*
*Instructor hereafter

2. Term of Employment
No fixed term

3. Affiliation
Institute for Language Education and Research

4. Number of Positions
2

5. Scheduled Employment Start Date
April 1, 2019

6. Specialized Areas
TEFL/TESL/TESOL, Applied Linguistics, English Studies, Linguistics, fields related to English language education

7. Responsibilities
○ Classes
In charge of teaching English. (Avg. 7 credit-hours (koma) per week, per semester.)
○ Other duties (Each year Instructors will be asked to perform specific duties from the list below.)
(1) Assisting with English language education operations under the guidance and direction of other faculty members of Ritsumeikan University (coordinating curriculum-related activities, coordinating “Shokutaku” Full-time Foreign Language Instructors, managing team-teaching in the classroom, creating teaching materials and exams based on classroom content, etc.).
(2) Planning and managing study support related to foreign language education outside of the classroom (*1) (Beyond Borders Plaza (*2) events and operations, student coordination, Center for Language Acquisition (CLA) classes, etc.)
(3) Creating exam questions
(4) Work related to international exchange and special events
(5) Attending meetings for faculty development and work related duties
(6) Other duties related to foreign language classes
(*1) Details can be found on the following website. http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/gengo/
(*2) Beyond Borders Plaza (BBP) is a facility for extra-curricular language learning support, study abroad support, and student international exchange support.

8. Place of Work
Instructors will be assigned to one of these campuses: Kinugasa Campus (Kyoto City), Biwako-Kusatsu Campus (Kusatsu, Shiga), or Osaka Ibaraki Campus (Ibaraki, Osaka). However, it is possible that Instructors will be asked to teach classes on another campus.

9. Conditions of Employment
・Yearly Salary: \5,500,000 (Provided job performance is satisfactory, instructors will be eligible for a raise every three years, with the maximum salary capped at \6,500,000.)
・Various allowances may also be provided according to the rules of the Ritsumeikan University.
・An office (normally shared with one other person) and individual research allowance (\120,000/year) will be provided to support research.
・Severance package is not provided.
*The age of retirement for “Sennin” Full-time Foreign Language Instructors at Ritsumeikan University is 60.

10. Qualifications
Candidates must meet all of the following conditions.
(1) Candidates must be capable of teaching English as a foreign language.
(2) 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 second-language acquisition, language education technologies, CALL, testing, etc.), English Studies, Linguistics, Intercultural Communication, and Area Studies.
(3) Must have research achievements in one or more of the Specialized Areas stated in 6.
(4) Must have experience teaching English to non-native speakers of English in a university classroom environment. Candidates with experience in teaching CALL, CLIL, remedial classes for learners with limited English language proficiency, and/or TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS preparation courses are preferred.
(5) Must possess enthusiasm for teaching foreign language and internationalization in a private university setting. This includes a desire to not only carry out regularly scheduled curricular classes, but also to proactively work to provide out-of-class learning support.
(6) Must have a sufficient level of Japanese language proficiency to communicate effectively in classes in Japanese if necessary and to handle daily administrative affairs.

11. Application Materials
(1) Completed Application Forms 1, 2 and 3.
All forms must be downloaded from our website (http://en.ritsumeikan-trust.jp/info/employment/) and filled in using a computer.
*Application Forms 1 and 2 must be printed on A4 paper for submission.
*Electronic versions (Word/Excel) of Application Forms 1, 2 and 3 must also be included with the application in either CD-R or DVD-R format.
(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) Essay: ""The role a self-access language learning center could play in a university English curriculum"" (Approx. 800 words in English)
(5) Complete versions of up to 3 of your academic papers, 7 copies each (copies acceptable)
*Candidates will be asked to bring the original certificate of the highest academic degree earned to the interview.
*Application materials will not be returned.
*Applications sent by email will not be accepted.
*Please make sure to include all relevant information on the 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.

12. Application Deadline
Only applications that are received no later than August 22, 2018 will be accepted. Please send applications by registered mail (kan'i-kaki tome) or EMS.

13. Interviews / Selection Results
(1) Candidates selected for interview will be notified by email in middle of September, 2018.
(2) Interviews will be held on September 22, 2018.
(3) Selection results are tentatively scheduled to be sent out by email in early November, 2018.

14. Application Submission Address
In an envelope marked ""Application for Sennin Full-time Foreign Language Instructor"" in red lettering, send the application materials via registered mail (kan'i-kaki tome) or EMS to the address below.

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

15. 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) 072-665-2061 FAX: (+81) 072-665-2059
E-mail: se-jinji@st.ritsumei.ac.jp

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-08-22
Contact details: 
In an envelope marked ""Application for Sennin Full-time Foreign Language Instructor"" in red lettering, send the application materials via registered mail (kan'i-kaki tome) or EMS to the address below. 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
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