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Adjunct Professor of Communication at Lakeland University Japan (5/1)

Teach one or more Communication course, September 3-December 6, 2018

Job details: 

Lakeland University Japan, a US college branch campus seeks an Adjunct Professor of Communications to teach from September-December 2018 at our Tokyo (Shinjuku) Campus.
Duties: Teach various Communications courses. Courses meet 3 hours per week (class meets 2 or 3 times per week; class times are flexible based on instructor’s availability); be available for 1-2 office hours per week.
Qualifications: Masters degree in Business, Finance, or related field required (Ph.D. preferred); college-level teaching experience is required; must currently reside in Japan with a valid visa.
**Applicants who do not have a Master’s degree in an appropriate field or do not live in Japan will not be considered.**
Please send letter of introduction, resume, and at least 3 contacts/references to Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: brender@japan.lakeland.edu

Deadline: 
Tue, 2018-05-01
Contact details: 
Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: brender@japan.lakeland.edu

Adjunct Professor of Business at Lakeland University Japan (5/1)

Teach Finance and/or Business courses, September 3-December 6, 2018

Job details: 

Lakeland University Japan, a US college branch campus seeks an Adjunct Professor of Business to teach from September-December 2018 at our Tokyo (Shinjuku) Campus.
Duties: Teach various Finance and/or Business courses. Courses meet 3 hours per week (class meets 2 or 3 times per week; class times are flexible based on instructor’s availability); be available for 1-2 office hours per week.
Qualifications: Masters degree in Business, Finance, or related field required (Ph.D. preferred); college-level teaching experience is required; must currently reside in Japan with a valid visa.
**Applicants who do not have a Master’s degree in an appropriate field or do not live in Japan will not be considered.**
Please send letter of introduction, resume, and at least 3 contacts/references to Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: brender@japan.lakeland.edu

Deadline: 
Tue, 2018-05-01
Contact details: 
Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: brender@japan.lakeland.edu

Adjunct Professor of Sociology at Lakeland University Japan, Osaka Campus (2/1)

Teach one Introduction to Sociology course, May 8-August 7, 2018

Job details: 

Lakeland University Japan, a US college branch campus headquartered in Tokyo seeks an Adjunct Professor of Sociology to teach from May-August 2018 at our Osaka Campus.
Duties: Teach Introduction to Sociology, 3 hours per week (class meets 2 or 3 times per week; class times are flexible based on instructor’s availability); be available for 1-2 office hours per week.
Qualifications: Masters degree in Sociology or related field required (Ph.D. preferred); college-level teaching experience is required; must currently reside in Japan with a valid visa.
**Applicants who do not have a Master’s degree in an appropriate field or do not live in Japan will not be considered.**
Please send letter of introduction, resume, and at least 3 contacts/references to Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: brender@japan.lakeland.edu

Deadline: 
Thu, 2018-02-01
Contact details: 
Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: brender@japan.lakeland.edu

Adjunct Professor of Economics at Lakeland University Japan, Osaka Campus (2/1)

Teach one Principles of Microeconomics course, May 8-August 7 2018

Job details: 

"Lakeland University Japan, a US college branch campus headquartered in Tokyo seeks an Adjunct Professor of Economics to teach from May-August 2018 at our Osaka Campus.
Duties: Teach Principles of Microeconomics, 3 hours per week (class meets 2 or 3 times per week; class times are flexible based on instructor’s availability); be available for 1-2 office hours per week.
Qualifications: Masters degree in Economics or related field required (Ph.D. preferred); college-level teaching experience is required; must currently reside in Japan with a valid visa.
**Applicants who do not have a Master’s degree in an appropriate field or do not live in Japan will not be considered.**
Please send letter of introduction, resume, and at least 3 contacts/references to Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: brender@japan.lakeland.edu

Deadline: 
Thu, 2018-02-01
Contact details: 
Dr. Alan Brender, Associate Dean: brender@japan.lakeland.edu

Full-Time English Teacher – La Salle School, Kagoshima (10/18)

La Salle High School is seeking an experienced, full-time English teacher. We are looking for a professionally-minded teacher who is passionate about education and is an excellent team player.

Job details: 

La Salle High School is seeking an experienced, full-time English teacher. We are looking for a professionally-minded teacher who is passionate about education and is an excellent team player.

The position involves teaching, lesson planning, curriculum development and assessment of all four skills with particular emphasis on spoken and written English. This is a challenging and rewarding position so the successful applicant will have exceptional professional and interpersonal skills. Curricula and lessons are produced collaboratively with the other native speakers on the team. Thus, applicants must be enthusiastic and supportive team players.

Teachers are responsible for the international English program taking students from CEFR levels A1 in junior high school to B2 in senior high school. Each teacher teaches independently in small-sized classes, using English only with special focus on presentations, discussions, role playing and dramas. There are also numerous extra-curricular activities teachers are responsible for such as English debate, speech and essay contests, overseas summer programs, and Cambridge English Exams.

You will need:
- native English-level proficiency
- to be currently residing in Japan
- a university degree
- at least two years’ relevant classroom teaching experience
- fantastic organizational and teamwork skills
- exceptional written and verbal communication skills
- a good level of computer literacy
- some Japanese conversational ability

Position Details
- up to 20 teaching hours per week
- five and a half days, Monday to Saturday (some Sunday events)
- developing and delivering international curriculum
- motivating students by creating a positive learning environment
- forming strong open communication with students and staff
- undertaking administrative and extra-curricular tasks as required

Benefits
La Salle High School offers a very competitive salary based on qualifications and experience. Rental accommodation allowance, generous bonuses and health and pension benefits are also provided. Summer, winter and spring vacations are fully paid.

Webpage:
www.lasalle.ed.jp

How to apply:
Suitably qualified and experienced applicants should send their resume with reference letter(s), a cover letter and a copy of their residence card to the following address:

English B
La Salle High School
2-10-1 Komatsubara
Kagoshima-shi, Kagoshima-ken
891-0192

Closing date for applications is October 18th, 2017.

Postal applications only. No email or phone calls.

Short-listed applicants will be contacted by October 25th to attend interviews. The position starts on April 1st, 2018.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2017-10-18
Contact details: 
English B La Salle High School 2-10-1 Komatsubara Kagoshima-shi, Kagoshima-ken 891-0192

University Lecturer - Japanese Anime and Popular Culture (11/1)

Teach Japanese Anime and Popular Culture in English to short term international university students from the USA and Australia.

Job details: 

PIA Global is accepting applications for positions to teach Japanese Anime and Popular Culture in a program at a University near Gotanda Station in Tokyo.

Contract Duration: January 9, 2018 ~ January 19, 2018 (2 week session)
Work Days & Hours: Monday ~ Friday. Full time. Teaching hours: 45 in total
Class Hours vary during: 9:30 ~ 16:20 Monday through Friday
Work Place: University located 10 minutes from Gotanda station in Tokyo
Salary: 180,000 yen plus transportation

Requirements:
BA/BA required
Must have experience teaching Japanese Anime and Popular Culture.
Must have expertise in the area of Japanese Anime and Popular Culture topics.
Must have experience teaching adults (university students).
Course must be taught in English.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2017-11-01
Contact details: 
Philip, pjv@piaglobal.jp

Associate Professor, or Lecturer(tenured position), Hiroshima Jogakuin University (11/6)

Research field: Global Studies, International Relations, Area Studies, Cultural Studies, or related field. 

Classes: Intro to Global Studies, Global Village Field Experience, Developing Global Thinking, Global Citizenship, Career Study Program, Seminar classes (including thesis supervision), etc.

Job details: 

1. Research field:
Global Studies, International Relations, Area Studies, Cultural Studies, or related field
2. Classes:
Introduction to Global Studies, Global Village Field Experience, Developing Global Thinking, Global Citizenship, Career Study Program, Basic Seminar(1st-year), Pre-Seminar(3rd-year), Seminar(4th-year thesis supervision), etc.
3. Position:
Associate Professor, or Lecturer(tenured position)
4. No. of positions:
1 position
5. Qualifications:
(1) Doctoral degree (preferred) or Master’s degree in a relevant research field (see above).
(2) Native English-level proficiency.
(3) Experience of teaching at the university level is preferred.
(4) Ability to supervise the graduation theses of undergraduate students.
(5) A working command of the Japanese language is preferred but not required.
6. Obligations:
(1) Support in the school administration.
(2) Student support in curricular and extracurricular activities.
(3) Plan and take charge of a summer Global Village Fieldwork program (South-east Asia).
(4) Understanding of our founding spirit based on Christianity.
(5) Must live in Hiroshima city after taking up the post.
7. Starting date:
April 1st 2018
8. Application deadline:
Application materials must arrive by post no later than 17:00 JST on November 6th 2017.
9. Application materials:
(1) Curriculum Vitae with a color photo attached and date and year of birth written in.
(2) Copy of certificate or diploma of the highest degree earned.
(3) List of educational and research achievements.
(4) Copy or offprint of 3 major research works.
(5) Copy of certificate of Japanese language ability if available.
(6) Short essay about your educational philosophy (one page of A4-size paper).
(7) Choose one class from those listed above and create a relevant syllabus (one page of A4-size paper). The syllabus should include the objective, content, teaching and evaluation methods for a 15-week course.
10. Selection process:
(1) 1st screening: Document evaluation
(2) 2nd screening: Teaching demonstration and interview (Applicants will be contacted directly)
(3) 3rd screening: Interview with president and chief director (Applicants will be contacted directly. Domestic traveling expenses will be reimbursed.)
*Overseas residents may be interviewed by Skype or other IT devices. On taking up the post, a medical report must be submitted.
11. Salary:
Based on the Pay Regulations of Hiroshima Jogakuin. Housing, commuting and dependency allowances are provided monthly. A yearly research fund is also available.
12. Submission address:
Hiroshima Jogakuin University
Shomuka
4-13-1 Ushita-higashi, Higashi-ku
Hiroshima 732-0063
Japan
[Write ‘Application form for Faculty Position: Global Studies in English’ on the envelope in red. Send the application documents by registered mail. Online application with attachment is not accepted.]
13. Results:
Results will be informed to the applicant as soon as the screening process is over. Any questions or inquiry about this recruitment can be accepted only through email.
14. Contact:
(email only) Prof. John Herbert, Faculty of Liberal Arts (herbert@gaines.hju.ac.jp)
15. Other information:
If you wish to have your application materials returned, please enclose a self-addressed envelope with stamps to cover the return shipment. Otherwise submitted materials will be shredded by us.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-11-06
Contact details: 
Hiroshima Jogakuin University Shomuka 4-13-1 Ushita-higashi, Higashi-ku Hiroshima 732-0063 Japan [Write ‘Application form for Faculty Position: Global Studies in English’ on the envelope in red. Send the application documents by registered mail. Online application with attachment is not accepted.]

Instructor of English as a Foreign Language (IEFL), School of Science & Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University, Kobe Sanda Campus (10/30)

2 full-time positions (one-year contract, renewable up to four times) teaching 10 koma of general and science-related English

Job details: 

Positions Vacant: The School of Science and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University (Kobe Sanda Campus) would like to invite applications for 2 full-time positions (one year contract initially and renewable four times with mutual agreement) as Instructor of English as a Foreign Language (IEFL) beginning in April, 2018.

Institution: School of Science and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University (private) located at Sanda City, Hyogo Prefecture.
Institution URL: http://sci-tech.ksc.kwansei.ac.jp/
Job type: Instructor of English as a Foreign Language (IEFL)
Full-Time position.
Initially one year contracted renewable four times
Number of positions: Two positions: beginning on 1 April, 2018

Qualifications required:
1. Native speaker competence in English
2. MA in TESOL, Applied Linguistics or a related field
with experience in EAP/ESP training and/or teaching
3. Interest in teaching science-related English, and experience using computer and other audio-visual facilities is preferable.
Duties:
1. Preparing and teaching 10 classes of 90 minutes per week
2. Teaching in the Intensive Sci-Tech English Programme in August and September (extra-payment)
3. Attending and participating in regular English Department meetings (held in English)
4. Some administrative jobs

Note: As objectives and many materials are shared, a commitment to teamwork is essential.
Remuneration & other subsidies:
1. Annual salary of approx. 5,200,000 yen
2. Payment for extra jobs as required by the School or University
3. Individual research funds
4. Travel allowance for research related trips
5. International return-trip economy air fare (one-way coming, and one-way returning after contract end) from home to Osaka
6. Pension, health insurance, rent subsidies. Insurance is extended to dependents living in Japan.
Application materials:
1. Curriculum Vitae with your recent photo attached.
2. Two referees’ names, their affiliation and email address to be
included in the CV. We may contact them before the
interview.
3. A copy of applicant’s degree diplomas or certificates
4. Single copies of up to three publications and/or class projects
Class projects – a long term teaching project that has been implemented in your class. Explain how long the project lasted and what objectives it aimed at, with feedback or comments attached if any.
5. A statement of applicant’s views on teaching and career objectives (800 – 1000 words)

Notes:
* Digital applications are not accepted.
* Applicants’ privacy will be respected and submitted materials will not be used for any other purposes.
* Application materials will not be returned.
* The job title “Instructor” corresponds to the job type
“Associate Professor/Lecturer(full-time)level” at Kwansei Gakuin University.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-10-30
Contact details: 
Applications should be sent to: IEFL Hiring Committee Attention: IEFL-JOB 2018 School of Science and Technology Kwansei Gakuin University 2-1, Gakuen, Sanda City, Japan, 669-1337 Inquiries: jinji_iefl2018@kwansei.ac.jp Deadline: 30 October (Monday), 2017 Short-listed applicants will be invited for an interview which is due to be held on 9 December (Saturday).

English Teacher (PIA Global) - University Students (11/1)

Teach English to international university students from Taiwan and Korea.

Job details: 

PIA Global is accepting applications for positions to teach English in a study abroad program at a university near Gotanda station in Tokyo. Teach students from Taiwan and Korea using a mix of English communication, conversation, current events, and TOEIC preparation lessons. Levels are pre-intermediate to intermediate. Dates: January 23, 2018 ~ February 16th, 2018 Total of 4 weeks. Days/Hours: Flexible. Monday ~ Friday. from 9:30 ~ 16:40. (We prefer Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. We may be able to work with your schedule). Contact us for further details regarding scheduling. Total hours: 36 (33 teaching hours, 3 hours of non-teaching duties including welcome party and certificate ceremony) Remuneration: 145,000 yen plus transportation expenses reimbursed. Requirements: BA/BS required Must have native level proficiency in English Must have experience teaching adults and/or university students TESOL / TEFL / CELTA certification preferred MA in TESOL is a plus

Deadline: 
Wed, 2017-11-01
Contact details: 
<p>Philip, pjv@piaglobal.jp</p>

LECTURER IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING, Sojo University, Kumamoto City, Japan (10/16)

Job details: 

Job Description:
1) Teaching duties. Eight 90-minute classes per week during semester periods (total 30 weeks per year) as well as three hours per week in the center’s conversation lounge or skills practice areas.
2) Research and curriculum development. Lecturers are expected to contribute to systematic curriculum evaluation/renewal, as well as to participate in institutional research projects undertaken in the SILC.
3) Administrative. SILC lecturers are required to attend meetings, events and activities organized by the SILC and/or wider university, assist in administration of in-house tests and cooperate with the university’s PR section in the promotion of the university.
Members of the SILC are expected to be at the university for five working days per week during academic terms (typically from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm or 10.30 am to 6.30 pm).

Start of Appointment:
1st April 2017 (successful applicants are expected to be available for an orientation program commencing March 28th)

Essential attributes:
1) Masters level degree in TESOL, Applied Linguistics or closely related field
2) Two years relevant teaching experience, at secondary and/or post-secondary level
3) Able to plan and deliver consistently high quality lessons to students with diverse needs and abilities.
4) Interest in blended learning (experience of Moodle an advantage)
5) Clear evidence of practitioner research / scholarly engagement and strong commitment to continuing professional development
6) Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to foster and maintain productive working relationships with colleagues

Salary/benefits:
1) ¥5,000,000 per year (with increases on contract renewal), commuting allowance, research allowance
2) Extensive support for research and professional development
3) Generous vacation periods

Applicants should submit the following documentation in pdf format via email:
1) The completed application form (English preferred), along with pdfs of listed publications. Note that both sections of the form (“CV” and “Achievements”) must be signed and dated.
The form can be downloaded from:
http://sojosilc.weebly.com/silc-recruitment.html
2) Details of three people prepared to act as referees (applicants will be informed before referees are contacted)
3) Cover letter highlighting your teaching philosophy and suitability for the post (maximum 500 words).
Selected candidates will be invited to initial interviews in early November via videoconferencing or in person depending on the applicant’s place of residence. Please note that additional documents may be requested as part of the selection process.

Deadline: 
Mon, 2017-10-16
Contact details: 
Address correspondence to The Recruitment Committee, Sojo International Learning Center and submit all application materials in pdf format via email to jrowberry@m.sojo-u.ac.jp
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