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Manager, Program Operations (12/15)

Instructor for a college level course on “Japanese Culture and Society” (University of Michigan; CIEE)

Job details: 

Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
University of Michigan: Global Classroom Connections

Job Summary

About the course:
The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), the largest and oldest international education NPO in the US, is planning to run a short-term Faculty-led and Custom (FAC) study abroad program in Tokyo for students from the University of Michigan (UM). The program will include a course on Japanese Culture and Society. The theme of Japanese Culture and Society may be interpreted broadly; the instructor is encouraged to apply his/her own expertise to the curriculum.
This course will have 45 contact hours for 3 credits, will be taught in English, and will take place from Friday May 4 to Wednesday May 23, 2018. Ideally, classroom sessions would be held on weekday mornings, but exact dates and times are negotiable.
Guest lectures, field trips, co-curricular activities, and video screenings may count toward the 45 total contact hours under certain conditions and with CIEE’s prior approval.
This will be an introductory level course. Students may not necessarily be majoring in Japanese, Asian Studies, or a related field. The estimated number of students is 12 to 20.

Responsibilities and Duties:
Following CIEE's academic policies and guidelines, the selected candidate will teach this course, evaluate student performance, and assign grades. The instructor must be able to answer students' questions about the course outside of class via email. Ideally, the instructor will be able to hold office hours during the program.

Minimum Qualifications:
- Master’s degree in Japanese Studies, Asian Studies, or related field
- Experience as a Teacher’s Assistant or lead instructor for a college level course
- Must reside in Tokyo at the time of the course
- Native level English

Preferred Qualifications:
- PhD in Japanese Studies, Asian Studies, or related field, with teaching experience at the college level in a relevant subject.

Compensation:
Ranges from 300,000 (three hundred thousand) Japanese yen. Dependent on qualifications and experience.
- In addition, transportation costs of up to 30,000 JPY total may be covered.
- Additional funding may be available for field trips and co-curricular activities that count toward contact hours, with prior approval from CIEE.
- Relevant taxes will be deducted.

To apply:
Submit the following documents in English to Darren Biggs (dbiggs@ciee.org) by Friday December 15.
1) Resume / CV (include publications, lectures, and other international education activities, if applicable)
2) Cover letter

Application schedule:
- Applicants who pass the initial paper review will be contacted to interview. Interviews will be held in person or through an online video conference, depending on the applicant’s location.
- If selected, you will be required to submit a complete syllabus by the designated deadline using CIEE’s syllabus template. Your syllabus must adhere to CIEE’s academic guidelines.

Questions?
Please direct questions to (dbiggs@ciee.org).

More about CIEE:
A nonprofit, nongovernmental organization, CIEE is [the US’s] oldest and largest nonprofit study abroad and intercultural exchange organization. Since 1947, CIEE has helped thousands of people gain the knowledge and skills necessary to live and work in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world by offering the most comprehensive, relevant, and valuable exchange programs available. Visit www.ciee.org to learn more.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-12-15
Contact details: 
Darren Biggs (dbiggs@ciee.org)

Adjunct Academic Writing Instructor (12/15)

Temple University, Japan Campus seeks instructors to teach in the Undergraduate First Year Writing Program for the Spring Semester 2018

Job details: 

Position: Adjunct Academic Writing Instructor
Department: Undergraduate First Year Writing Program
Position type: Part time (one semester-based contract)
Visa Requirement: This position is only available to applicants who are eligible to work in Japan (the position does not include visa sponsorship).

Period:
Spring semester 2018 (January 15 to April 25, 2018) with the possibility to continue in the following semester(s).

Work Hours:
Classes offered at TUJ meet three times a week on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday schedule, or twice a week on a Tuesday and Thursday schedule. Applicants who can teach on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 08:30-09:50, or on Tuesday and Thursday from 08:10-11:10 are preferred, but we will also consider applicants who can teach in the evenings.
Salary & benefit: In accordance with the pay scale determined and used in the program.

Overview of position:
The position involves teaching either Introduction to Academic Writing and/or Analytical Reading and Writing courses to freshman undergraduate students from different cultural backgrounds. We have ESL and native-English Speakers’ sections.

Teaching Fields:
Freshman Composition, TESOL, Creative Writing, ESL Academic Writing.

Qualifications & Experience:
The candidates must be fluent in English, hold at least a master’s degree in TESOL, English rhetoric, composition, linguistics or other related subjects. Candidates should also have at least three years of experience teaching writing/composition in an American university.

Application Process:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until positions are filled.
Please send applications to tujjobs@tuj.temple.edu with:
(a) a letter of application,
(b) full academic c.v.;
(c) contact information for two references.

Please indicate the title of the position you are applying for in the email subject box. Also, we would appreciate it very much if you could let us know from which website/resource you found out about this position.

Only those applicants who make it past the initial review will be contacted.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-12-15
Contact details: 
tujjobs@tuj.temple.edu

Full-time tenured Associate Professor, University of Shizuoka, Shizuoka City (12/25)

Job details: 

Job Description

1 1 Full-time Associate Professor

2 Department: Department of Languages and Cultures, School of International Relations and Graduate School of International Relations

3 Field: Global Communication Studies

4 Courses Responsible for:
( 1 ) In the undergraduate school:
“PBL English Ⅱ A・ B”* (currently under development), Graduation Thesis Seminar Courses, etc.
*“PBL English Ⅱ A・ B” is an English course that uses Project Based Learning methods to develop students’ knowledge of a wide variety of international relations topics and to foster students’ practical English abilities.
( 2 ) In the graduate school:
“Global Communication Research” (currently under development), Master’s Thesis Seminar Courses, etc.

5 Qualifications
(1) A doctoral degree (in hand as of April 1, 2018) in the above mentioned field, or research achievements equivalent to a doctoral degree,
(2) English language proficiency equivalent to a native speaker of the language (nationality is not a consideration) and Japanese proficiency necessary for conducting daily duties at the University,
(3) Knowledge, ability and motivation to develop educational methods and classes to foster practical English proficiency that allows students to apply their knowledge learned at the university to various contexts in society,
(4) The ability to cooperate with the Language and Communication Research Center (a university-wide English education organization),
(5) The successful applicant is required to reside in or around Shizuoka City.

6 Starting date: April 1, 2018

7 Deadline for receipt of application materials: December 25, 2017 (Mon), 17:00 (JST)

8 Materials to be submitted (1 of each, except for (3))
(1) A current CV (attach a recent photo),
(2) List of research achievements (See information below regarding the format for describing research achievements. Mark peer-reviewed articles with an asterisk.),
(3) Copies of 3 representative publications (5 copies each, offprints are acceptable, each with an abstract of approximately 200 English words.),
(4) A statement of research achievements and future prospects for research (about 2 A4 pages),
(5) A plan for educational activities at the University, including your educational philosophy, your teaching achievements and your aspirations and plans for teaching at the University (especially regarding PBL English II A+B) (about 2 A4 pages),
(6) copies of all post-secondary graduate degrees (i.e., B.A., M.A., Ph.D),
(7) copies of all post-secondary academic transcripts,
(8) a proposed syllabus for one semester (15 90-minute classes) of “PBL English Ⅱ A,”
(9) a letter of recommendation (optional),
(10) materials demonstrating educational performance, such as course evaluations from students (optional)

9 Review Procedure
(1) Review of received documents
(2) Interview at the University. Applicants may be asked to teach a short demonstration lesson. Travel expenses will be borne by the applicant.
10 Application Address:
Mr. Hidemi Nakamura
52-1 Yada, Suruga-ku, Shizuoka-shi
Shizuoka-ken, Japan 422-8526
Telephone: +81-54-264-5106
E-mail: tyous4@u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp
On the envelope, please write “PBL English Teacher Application Materials” in red pen and send it by registered mail.
Electronic submissions will not be accepted.

* Further Application Information
1. Download appropriate application forms for the CV and for listing research results from the University website:
http://www.u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp/guide/rec-bid/staff-recruitment/
2. Submitted materials will not be returned. If the applicant would like to have them returned, this should be indicated in the application, and a stamped self-addressed envelope should be included in the submission.
3. The University will take responsibility for appropriately shredding all remaining application materials. Any personal information included in the submitted documents will not be used for any purpose other than applicant screening, as specified in the Personal Information Protection Act.
Please note the following rules pertaining to CVs:
(1) Do not list any work unless it has been published. For example, do not include private writing, club newsletters, internal reports or similar materials. In the case of Japanese publications, do not include any works other than books
or journals in the Library of Congress.
(2) Do not list any joint work unless which author has done which section can be identified.
(3) You may list books or articles that have been accepted for publication by a publisher or in a journal.
(4) In the case of an academic paper, the relevant page numbers are required.
(5) List the names of all co-authors if it is a joint work. Do not omit authors.
(6) Co-authored works refer to works that have the authors’ names on the top of an article or cover of a book.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-12-25
Contact details: 
Mr. Hidemi Nakamura 52-1 Yada, Suruga-ku, Shizuoka-shi Shizuoka-ken, Japan 422-8526 Telephone: +81-54-264-5106 E-mail: tyous4@u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp On the envelope, please write “PBL English Teacher Application Materials” in red pen and send it by registered mail. Electronic submissions will not be accepted.

Director of Curriculum and Instruction (K-12), Katoh Gakuen, Numazu, Shizuoka (12/15)

This is a split teaching & administrative post tasked to provide leadership & professional development for teachers in our English Immersion / Bilingual Program (K-12).

Job details: 

Katoh Gakuen
Director or Curriculum & Instruction K-12
Start Date: August 1, 2018

Katoh Gakuen is a private Japanese K-12 school and established the first English Immersion Program in Japan in 1992. We were also the first International Baccalaureate school in Japan (2000). The school currently has approximately 600 students and 32 foreign staff.

Katoh Gakuen is a private Japanese school (K-12) one hour south of Tokyo on the Pacific Coast. We were the first English Immersion school in Japan (1992). The school is an English immersion / bilingual program for Japanese students. At the secondary level student complete the MEXT Japanese national curriculum and the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (grades 7-10) and Diploma Programme (grades 11-12) - with English being the main medium of instruction. For more information about our program visit our website at: www.bi-lingual.com.

This is a split teaching & administrative post tasked to provide leadership & professional development for teachers in our English Immersion / Bilingual Program (K-12). The bulk of the assignment is with our elementary K-6 program. Candidates must have 1) elementary teaching license; 2) advanced degree in TESOL; 3) experience with immersion or bilingual education. The ideal candidate would also have advanced proficiency in Japanese. (Highly English proficient Japanese nationals may also apply.)

Starting Salary Range: 4,500,000 - 5,500,000yen a year plus a yearly bonus & housing allowance.

We’re looking for passionate, dedicated, resourceful teachers who are flexible and open-minded individuals committed to building collaborative relationships and delivering a high quality curriculum using best instructional practices with students learning English as a second or foreign language.

To be considered for the above position we ask that candidates to complete the on-line Teacher Application Form: https://form.jotform.me/63536630543455
Be sure to include:
- a recent photo,
- a copy of your CV,
- copy of university diplomas,
- copy of your teacher certification / license,
- at least two letters of recommendation.

For further information contact:
Dr. Mike Bostwick
Executive Director,
Katoh Gakuen Bilingual Program
Numazu, Shizuoka
Japan

e-mail: bostwick@gol.com

“Nurturing students to become active, wise and caring shapers of our multilingual & multicultural world”

Deadline: 
Fri, 2017-12-15
Contact details: 
For more information contact Dr. Mike Bostwick at: bostwick@gol.com

University Teaching in Japan! (4/30)

We are seeking highly motivated educators to teach English at universities in Japan.

Job details: 

We are now recruiting instructors for the Spring 2018 term.

***** UNIVERSITY PROGRAM *****
1) QUALIFICATIONS:
- University graduate with a bachelor's and/or more advanced degree, plus one of the following:
a) experience teaching EFL/ESL in a classroom environment, along with a teaching certificate (TEFL/TESL/TESOL) and/or teaching credentials or qualifications (elementary/primary/secondary)
b) 1000+ hours of EFL/ESL classroom teaching experience in lieu of teaching certificates, credentials or qualifications
* No Japanese language ability is required.

2) CONTRACT PERIOD:
- SPRING TERM -- April / May to July (approx. 3 to 4 months)
- FALL TERM -- September to December / January (approx. 3 to 5 months)

3) LOCATION:
Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, and Aichi

4) COMPENSATION:
- Approximately 260,000 yen per month for instructors with a teaching certificate or qualification, but less than 499 hours of actual classroom teaching experience
- Approximately 275,000 yen per month or more for instructors with a teaching certificate or qualification who have 500+ hours of actual classroom teaching experience
- Approximately 275,000 yen per month or more for instructors who have 1000+ hours of actual classroom teaching experience in lieu of teaching qualifications
*Note: Compensation is based on an hourly rate of pay. Exact monthly earnings fluctuate but over the course of a contract period average out to the figures listed above.

5) OTHER:
- HOUSING is provided. We can arrange a furnished single apartment with a rental fee of 81,000 yen per month (utilities and maintenance fees included).
- FLIGHT REIMBURSEMENT of up to 1200 USD is offered for those coming from overseas.
- WORKING VISA SPONSORSHIP is available.
- RENEWABLE contract.

**** ATTENTION ****
We are also looking for candidates with the following background and experience:
- Master's degree or higher
- Total 3 years’ experience (6 or more terms/semesters) in teaching at university/community college (all subjects)

ABOUT WESTGATE:
Westgate aims to shape the future of English education in Japan. We have been providing conversation-based practical English lessons since 1983 and hire over 400 instructors every year. Generations of Japanese students have developed their communicative English skills and cultural awareness on our programs. As well as helping to shape the direction of our students’ lives and careers, we have also been a gateway to career development for countless English instructors around the world.
Find out more about Westgate at https://www.westgatejapan.com/

HOW TO APPLY:
Please visit our website and fill out the online application form. We will contact you by email shortly after you have completed the form. You can also find more information about our programs and policies on our website.
https://www.westgatejapan.com/M-5-1.html

Deadline: 
Mon, 2018-04-30
Contact details: 
https://www.westgatejapan.com/...

Part time English Teacher - Matsudo, Chiba (1/20)

Part time English teacher. Teacher will be team-teaching at an elementary school in Matsudo, Chiba. 5 days a week. 

Job details: 

Teacher will be required to teach elementary school children (Gr. 1~6), 5 days a week (45 minute lessons). (There will be special days when teacher will be required to join school events on weekends.) Working hours are from 8:30am ~ 12:30pm (may vary). Teacher will be required to team-teach with a Japanese teacher and also required to join meetings when necessary before or after classes.
Applicants must have a college degree (or higher) in education; enjoy teaching children; energetic; team-player; interested in teaching English to Japanese children; and can have conversations in Japanese.

This elementary school is in Matsudo city, Chiba. 10-15 minutes from JR Matsudo station by bus.

Please send English and Japanese resume/CV if interested.

Deadline: 
Sat, 2018-01-20
Contact details: 
yukiota@seitoku.ac.jp

Bridge Program Instructors (Academic English Program) (12/18)

The Bridge Program is an entry-level university program for undergraduate students who need additional academic support.

Job details: 

Department
Academic English Program

Position Type
Part-time (semester based contract)

Work hours
Various (please refer to the schedule listed below)

Visa Requirement
This position is only available to applicants who are eligible to work in Japan (the position does not include visa sponsorship).

Salary & Benefits
In accordance with the pay scale determined and used in the program. Commensurate with experience.

Overview of Positions
The Bridge Program is an entry-level university program for undergraduate students who need additional academic support. This position is for the following courses for the spring 2018 semester (January 15 – April 23):

1) Academic Writing (various times, Mon, Wed, and Fri, or Tue and Thu):

This course helps students develop skills to be successful at the university-level for reading, writing, and critical thinking. Throughout the semester, students are assigned themed readings, which they critically examine and then discuss together. They also write 3 to 6 page-long essays based on these reading materials, using the writing techniques taught in the course.

2) Bridge Tutorials (60-minute classes, various times Mon, Wed, and Fri):

These small-group sessions (3-4 students) are an opportunity to provide support for other courses and to give individual attention to academic skills development.

Primary responsibilities
• Make and follow a syllabus and prepare class materials
• Teach classes and conference with students
• Give feedback on student work
• Attend instructor meetings and collaborate with other instructors

Qualifications & Experience
• Native English-level proficiency
• Master's degree or higher is required; doctorate or ABD preferred
• More than two-years of university teaching experience; knowledge of the U.S. college system is preferred
• Prefer instructors who can continue to teach this course throughout the year
Application Process

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Please send applications to tujjobs@tuj.temple.edu with:

1. a letter of application;
2. full academic c.v.;
3. contact information for two references.

Please indicate the title of the position you are applying for in the email subject box. Also, we would appreciate it very much if you could let us know from which website/resource you found out about this position.

Only those applicants who make it past the initial review will be contacted.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-12-18
Contact details: 
tujjobs@tuj.temple.edu

Instructor, Aoyama Gakuin University, College of Science and Engineering, Sagamihara Campus (11/27)

Part-time instructors needed to teach English Core classes on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Job details: 

Part-time Position

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-11-27
Contact details: 
Aoyama Gakuin Univeristy College of Science and Engineering Attn: Prof. David W. Reedy 5-10-1, Fuchinobe, Chuo-ku, Sagamihara-shi, Kanagawa-ken 229-8558 042-759-6159

EFL Instructor, JHS/HS, Hachioji (11/20)

Full time position teaching EFL to junior and senior high school students at a private secondary school from January 2018.

Job details: 

Project GENIUS is looking for a motivated, adaptable, TESOL-experienced team player for a full time position teaching EFL to junior and senior high school students at a private secondary school from January 2018.

The Ideal Candidate

You have a valid working visa and are looking for full time position in the Hachioji area, at a school which is a 30-minute bus ride from either Hachioji Station or Akikawa Station on the Itsukaichi line.

You should have experience teaching at a public or private secondary school in Japan. You will be able to smoothly join an established team at the school and follow their already established curriculum.

You believe that teaching is an art in every sense of the word and that you can always do better. You are interested in being observed from time to time to receive constructive feedback on your teaching practices and in sharing and borrowing ideas from other teachers, not only at your school but also through use of an online system that would connect you with educators throughout our organization.

You seek out opportunities to learn from other across the greater education community, in and outside your school and our company, in order to ensure the best possible outcomes for your students.

Job Details

Applicants will have native English-level proficiency. Although not required, Japanese language skills will be helpful to communicate with teachers, staff, and students at our client school.

Our base salary is 280,000 yen plus transportation expenses per month for the duration of the contract. You will receive your full monthly salary during the months of winter and summer vacation, as well. We occasionally provide a higher rate for Master’s-level degree holders in Education or Linguistics-related fields 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. Your cover letter should explain to us why, after reading the above description and researching our organization online, why you are the ideal candidate for this position and for our organization.

We want to employ only the best educators in Japan. If you believe that describes you, we look forward to hearing from you soon.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-11-20
Contact details: 
Apply at the following link https://jobs.gaijinpot.com/job/view/lang/ja/keywords/project+genius/job_id/123578

Instructor of English as a Foreign Language (IEFL), Kwansei Gakuin University, Uegahara campus, Language Center, Hyogo, Japan (12/4)

Job details: 

Details of the job:
The Language Center in the Organization for Academic Affairs, Kwansei Gakuin University, invites applications for one full-time position of Instructor of English as a Foreign/Second Language (IEFL) to teach in undergraduate and graduate courses starting in April 2018.
The employment contract is for one year, and is renewable for up to five years total by mutual agreement. However, as for applicants who have/had worked at Kwansei Gakuin within six months prior to April 1 2018, the term of contract may be restricted according to “Rules and Regulations for Term Limits on Fixed-term Employment Agreements.”

Kwansei Gakuin University is a private school founded on Christian principles in 1889. Now with an enrollment of over 20,000 in its eleven schools. The Language Center provides small-group English courses which mainly consist of 25 or fewer students in “Intensive English Program (IEP)” and “Introductory English (IntroE) A,” both taught by native/near-native English speakers.

Instructors will be working in a team situation under the supervision of experienced faculty, and carry a maximum of 10 classes of 90 minutes a week each term with other duties limited to no more than 10 hours per week. Special between-term courses will be held. Non-class duty hours between semesters will be no more than 15 hours per week. Remuneration will be in yen, and the annual salary is approx. ¥5,200,000. In addition, housing and health insurance are partially subsidized. Research subsidy and conference travel subsidy are in line with university policy. In Kwansei Gakuin, each person hired will be expected to support the principles of Christian education.

Application Materials & General Requirements:
Applicants should have a Master’s degree in TESOL or Applied Linguistics, as well as relevant teaching experience. English native/near-native speaking ability is required and fluency in Japanese is preferable. Interested applicants should send the following documents by registered post to arrive by December 4th, 2017. E-mail submissions will not be accepted.

1) A resume/CV
2) A list of publications and presentations with an abstract (100 to 150 words) for each of them
3) At least one letter of recommendation
4) A copy of the applicant’s diploma
5) A written statement of the applicant’s views on teaching and career objectives (500-800 words)
6) Copies of two major research articles published in academic journals (three sets)

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-12-04
Contact details: 
Send the application package by registered mail to: IEFL Hiring Committee Language Center in the Organization for Academic Affairs Kwansei Gakuin University 1-1-155 Uegahara Nishinomiya 662-8501, Japan Please write “IEFL-April. 2018” on the envelope. Application materials will not be returned. Interview: Short-listed candidates will be invited for interviews held at Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya Uegahara campus in December 16th, 2017.
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