Recruiting

Part-time English Instructor, Otsuma Women's University, Tokyo (6/6)

Faculty of Social Information Studies at Otsuma Women’s University (Chiyoda Campus) is seeking a part-time English instructor.

Job details: 

Position: Part-time one-year contract, renewable upon mutual agreement. Teaching day: Wednesday (1st -3rd periods). Courses: First-year courses for non-English major students (beginner/high beginner level). Campus: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Sobu or Yurakucho Line, 10 minutes from Ichigaya Station, Hanzomon Line, 5 minutes from Hanzomon Station, Tozai Line, 12 minutes from Kudanshita Station. Start date: September 1st, 2018.  Compensation: According to university pay scale. Qualifications: (1) Master’s degree in TESOL or closely related field. (2) Advanced proficiency in English with a working knowledge of Japanese. (3) Two or more academic publications. (4) At least one year of teaching experience at the university level in Japan. Selection process: Short-listed candidates will be contacted, and interviewed on either June 11th (Mon), 13th (Wed) or 14th (Thur). Application requirements: (1) CV, including visa status and photo (3cm by 4cm). (2) List of publications.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-06-06
Contact details: 
<p>The application materials should be submitted by email to Prof. Ryuji Harada by July 6th (Wed). Telephone inquiries will not be accepted.</p>

International Preschool & Kindergarten Teacher (6/20)

Kspace is currently searching for part time and full time qualified, experienced and creative teachers to join our expanding team of educators

Job details: 

We are a thriving International School located in the heart of Shirokanedai. Our team is assembled of some of the brightest and most talented teachers in Tokyo and we are looking for great team players who also can independently allow their natural teaching talents to shine through on a daily basis.

Special consideration will be given for those who have musical talent. Playing guitar, piano, cello or any other instrument would be a strong bonus and well suited for our creative environment.

We are a thriving International School located in the heart of Shirokanedai. Our team is assembled of some of the brightest and most talented teachers in Tokyo and we are looking for great team players who also can independently allow their natural teaching talents to shine through on a daily basis.

Starting Salary 250,000 to 400,000 for full timers. Part time salaries negotiable.

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-06-20
Contact details: 
https://jobsinjapan.com/display-job/14294/International-Preschool-&-Kindergarten-Teacher.html

Short Term Summer Music Teacher (6/15)

SMIS-English, a part of St Michael’s International School, is looking for an energetic and dynamic Music teacher for its Summer School programme.

Job details: 

SMIS-English, a part of St Michael’s International School, is looking for an energetic and dynamic Music teacher for its Summer School programme. The Summer School runs from 30 July-10 August Monday-Friday, with music classes from 12:00-3:30. Applicants must be reliable and available all ten days.

Qualifications:
Passion for teaching young learners
Native, or near native English ability
Sound knowledge of musical education
Highly organised and able to work independently
Legally able to work in Japan

Pay is 3000-3300 JPY per hour plus transportation up to 1500 JPY per day with lunch provided. SMIS-English is located in the heart of Kobe, an easy walk from Sannomiya and Motomachi JR stations. Interested applicants should send a CV and brief cover letter outlining relevant experience to Jonathan Bunch at elsrecruitment@smis-mail.org before 15 June 2018.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-06-15
Contact details: 
elsrecruitment@smis-mail.org

Adjunct (Part-time) Language Lecturer, NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo (6/8)

New York University School of Professional Studies Tokyo (NYUSPS Tokyo) is seeking experienced and talented adjunct faculty to teach courses in English f

Job details: 

New York University School of Professional Studies Tokyo (NYUSPS Tokyo) is seeking experienced and talented adjunct faculty to teach courses in English for Academic Purposes and Business English. Courses include but are not limited to:

* Grammar for Clear Communication
* TOEFL Test Skills
* Critical Thinking through Fiction
* International Business Communication
* Effective Meetings and Negotiations

Qualified applicants will:

* Hold a Master’s Degree or higher in TESOL, linguistics, education, or a business-related field.
* Have at least two years of experience teaching of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) and/or English for Academic Purposes (EAP) to adult learners. Experience developing curricula and teaching Business English courses and/or specialized business-related topics is desirable.
* Be highly proficient in spoken and written English.
* Already reside in Japan and possess a necessary working visa.

Priority will be given to candidates who:

* Bring innovative and collaborative approaches to their work.
* Are versatile in teaching students at different proficiency levels.
* Possess the ability to develop courses that can develop students’ language skills as well as content knowledge.
* Are available to teach evenings and weekends.

Salary: Adjunct faculty are paid by the course/hour. The hourly rate is 10,000 yen inclusive of preparation time.

Approximate start date: NYUSPS Tokyo is accepting applications now for adjunct instructors for the Summer term (07/17 - 09/30). Applicants are requested to send the following materials to: .

* A cover letter summarizing your qualifications and interest in the position.
* A CV that includes names and contact information for 2-3 professional and/or academic referees.
* A syllabus from a previous course that you have taught.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-06-08
Contact details: 
nyuspstokyo.recruiting@nyu.edu

Full-time English as a Foreign Language Instructor (8/1)

Job details: 

START DATE: September 2018

BASE SALARY: ¥270,000

BENEFITS:
- Travel expenses to/from work location reimbursed
- National holidays (these depend on client calendars, so may fluctuate)
- Assistance in finding furnished or unfurnished accommodation with no initial move-in fees

MAIN DUTIES:
- Teaching young language learners (Jr. High / High School, Colleges / Universities) and adults (business or general English)
- Administering Berkeley House level checks and helping assign textbooks based on language level and lesson focus
- Keeping track of important lesson details on class Record Sheets. Submitting class and student reports by deadlines.
- Attending course orientations and development workshops
- Regularly checking online lesson schedule system for updates and changes
- Occasional academic support office work

WORK SCHEDULE:
- Teaching / contract hours: 25-32 hours
- Monday-Friday or Tuesday- Saturday. two consecutive days off.
- Classes held between 9:00 - 21:00

STUDENTS/CLASSES
Our students include corporate office workers, professionals, and fulltime students preparing for or attending university. Schedules will include a combination of one-to-one, semi-private, and group lessons with a variety of clients.

Flexibility and diverse teaching abilities with young and adult language learners is vital! Our teachers work with a variety of students, from lower motivation high schoolers attending an English language camp to high-level executives preparing for business negotiations.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate will
- Possess a four-year degree from an accredited university plus a CELTA, TESOL, TESL, or teaching certificate. (Candidates who have an MA/MS in any discipline plus a language teaching certificate are preferred.)
- Have at least two years' experience teaching non-native speakers of English
- Have an understanding of English grammar and sentence structure
- Japanese language skills are not required, but a plus

TRAINING
Up to twenty hours initial training is required for all Berkeley House teachers. This is to familiarize our teachers with Berkeley House methods, techniques, and materials. To begin teaching, new teachers must give a successful demonstration lesson at the end of training.
Course specific orientations will be held for certain positions. Attendance is mandatory to understand the program, students, and materials. Follow-up training and development is also required based on staff and student feedback.

APPLICATION PROCESS
Please submit the following materials to apply for the position:
1. Current CV.
2. Cover letter (please indicate where you saw the job posting).
3. Berkeley House Employment Applications (1 and 2)
*You will find application forms through our website. http://berkeleyhouse.co.jp/company/employment

Only applicants who submit all documents and pass the initial screening will be contacted. The application process consists of in-person or Skype interviews with the HR Manager, Program Manager, Department Manager, and possibly company President. Candidates will also be asked to present a 30-minute teaching demonstration.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Deadline: 
Wed, 2018-08-01
Contact details: 
recruit@berkeleyhouse.co.jp

English Language Assessor Minato-ku, Tokyo (6/25)

GBC English Language Assessors do not deliver training but rather score the strengths and weaknesses of individuals in regard to language proficiency and inter

Job details: 

Berlitz is accepting applications for a full-time language assessor for the head office. The position will begin in summer, 2018.

Salary ¥290,000/m

Applicants must:

• hold a minimum of a bachelor's degree from an accredited university
• be a native-level speaker of English
• have a background in or knowledge of language testing would be beneficial
• have a minimum of a BA or BS degree
• have excellent English writing skills
• have a good attention to detail and strong analytical skills
• have an ability to work quickly and efficiently with minimum supervision (once trained)
• have good interpersonal skills: the ability to build strong relationships with external and internal customers
• be dedicated to providing outstanding customer service
• be computer literate
• have the ability to follow a standardised process
• be available for a face-to-face interview in Tokyo

The basic tasks are:

• ​e​valuate and rate proficiency interviews
• ​produce benchmark and progress reports for our corporate clients
• ​c​onduct GBC interviews on an ad hoc basis
• ​w​ork with the Berlitz Sales Department to ensure smooth delivery of assessments
• ​oversee the quality control of our interviewers
• ​c​onduct GBC interview training sessions as required

​Working schedule:

• the hours are Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (37.5 / week).
​• straight working hours; no split work shifts
• not required to work in the evenings
• weekends off ​

Deadline: 
Mon, 2018-06-25
Contact details: 
https://jobsinjapan.com/display-job/14762/English-Language-Assessor.html

Full-time native-level English teacher, Keio Shonan Fujisawa Junior and Senior High School, Kanagawa (6/25)

Keio Shonan Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School, the newest secondary school associated with Keio University, is seeking applicants for a full-time teaching

Job details: 

Keio Shonan Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School, the newest secondary school associated with Keio University, is seeking applicants for a full-time teaching position from April 2019.

Position:
Full-time native-level English teacher

Contract:
From April 1st 2019 to March 31st 2020, renewable annually by mutual consent up to a maximum term of 5 years

Salary:
Based on Keio Gijuku criteria

Benefits:
Commuting allowance, annual book allowance

Duties:
Teach up to 19 hours per week (16 core English classes and 2 electives, 1 homeroom)
Full-time staff work 5 days a week (Sunday and one other day off) and are occasionally asked to come to school on holidays for school events and other duties
Share typical homeroom responsibilities with a Japanese partner
Assess students in accordance with school guidelines
Participate in school events & supervise students during trips, sports days, club activities, etc.
Play an active role in departmental duties such as curriculum development, test writing, coordination of exchange programs, coaching students for speech contests, etc.

Qualifications & Requirements:
Native-level speaker of English
MA in TESOL or a related field preferred
Junior/senior high school experience (particularly in Japan)
Conversational Japanese an advantage
Experience with returnee students an advantage (Returnees are students who have lived in English speaking countries)

Application Materials:
Curriculum vitae and cover letter
Copies of transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended
Details of publications and presentations, if any
At least one letter of recommendation from a recent employer and/or a professor
Please note that application materials will not be returned

Deadline:
Application materials to arrive by email or post by Monday, June 25th 2018

Interview:
Calls for interview will be sent out by Thursday, June 28th 2018
Preliminary interviews will be held at the school on Thursday, July 5th 2018. One selected candidate will then attend a second interview at Keio University’s Mita Campus on Friday, July 6th

Deadline: 
Mon, 2018-06-25
Contact details: 
English Department Hiring Committee Keio Shonan Fujisawa Junior & Senior High School 5466 Endo, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa-ken 252-0816 Japan TEL (0466) 49-3587 FAX (0466) 47-5077 Email: sfc-js-jimu@adst.keio.ac.jp

Full-time English Assistant Professor - Hiroshima Shudo University (8/31)

Major Subjects: “English Listening” and “English Reading”

Job details: 

Position Announcement (English)

Number of positions to be filled: 1 (starting April, 2019)
Deadline for Application: 5 p.m., Friday, August 31, 2018
Name of Institution: Hiroshima Shudo University (HSU) 
Faculty: Commercial Sciences

Major Subjects: “English Listening” and “English Reading”
Job Title: Assistant Professor
(This position will be for a three-year term, and it will be possible to apply by January of the second year of employment for a tenured Associate Professor position. It will be renewed as such in the third or fourth year of employment upon successful review.)

Qualifications:
(1) A person whose first language is English or who has the equivalent proficiency in English (JLPT N1 level or equivalent Japanese proficiency is desirable)
(2) MA/MEd/MSc or higher degree in ESL/EFL or a closely related field
(3) Sufficient academic work or publications in ESL/EFL or related fields
(4) Ability to teach English subjects including “Active English” and “English Writing Studies”, and major subjects including “Discussion in English”, “Current English” and “Business English”
(5) Activeness for education, research, administrative duties and social contributions
(6) Willingness to live in the Hiroshima area

Application Materials Requested:
(1) CV with a recent photograph (downloadable form)
(2) List of publications indicating three main publications (downloadable form)
(3) Copies of the three main publications
(4) Copies of BA and MA/MEd/MSc certificates
(5) Some personal views on teaching methodology (downloadable form)
(6) Outline of research activities in the past and in the future (downloadable form)
(7) Sample outline describing 15 lessons for a 1st year required “English Listening” course for students whose TOEIC Bridge score is 128 or below (downloadable form)
(8) A five-minute recording in English of the applicant’s self-introduction and
views on teaching English, submitted as an audio file (in mp3 or wav format) on a CD, DVD, or USB memory stick

Selection Process:
After screening, selected candidates will be invited to come to HSU for an interview and to give a demonstration lesson.

Benefits and Working Conditions:
As set by the Rules and Regulations of Hiroshima Shudo University

Application materials must arrive at the following address by registered mail no later than the deadline. After screening, they will be returned to the applicant along with a notification of results.
President, Hiroshima Shudo University,
1-1-1, Ozuka-higashi, Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima, 731-3195, JAPAN
(Please write “English Position” in red on the envelope.)

Contact Office (in case of queries):
Personnel Affairs Office, Hiroshima Shudo University
Tel: (082) 830-1325  E-mail: jinji@js.shudo-u.ac.jp  
The forms can be downloaded from http://www.shudo-u.ac.jp or http://jrecin.jst. go.jp

Note: We are very much hoping to hear from female applicants who are
actively involved in research.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-08-31
Contact details: 
Application materials must arrive at the following address by registered mail no later than the deadline. After screening, they will be returned to the applicant along with a notification of results. President, Hiroshima Shudo University, 1-1-1, Ozuka-higashi, Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima, 731-3195, JAPAN (Please write “English Position” in red on the envelope.)

Full Time English Language Visiting Instructor, Asia University, Tokyo (6/8)

Full Time English Language Visiting Instructor

Job details: 

Job Details-

The Center for English Language Education (CELE) at Asia University has openings for full time Visiting Faculty Member (VFM) positions starting in April 2019, or possibly September 2018 should the need arise.

1-year appointment with the possibility of renewal for an additional 4 years (therefore, maximum term possible is 5 years)

Duties include:

Teaching up to 20 hours of EFL per week (one classroom hour equals 45 minutes of instruction); attending all regular and special CELE faculty meetings; serving on a CELE administrative committee; providing service as a substitute instructor when necessary; and completing an approved project.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

A Master's degree in TESL/TEFL or English Literature from an accredited university. A Master's degree in another field with a TESL/TEFL certificate may be considered. One year of teaching experience at the university level is also strictly required.

Compensation:

1. Initial monthly salary is approximately 320,000 yen before deductions for tax (if applicable) and the mandatory health insurance.

2. In addition to the regular monthly salary, the equivalent of one month's salary is paid two times a year, in June and in December.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-06-08
Contact details: 
Deadline for applications: October 31st 2018 *Shortlisted candidates may be contacted as early as the end of May 2018. Application Procedures: 1. Asia University application form (do not send your standard resume/C.V.) Download from: LINK: http://www.asia-u.ac.jp/english/information/employment/ 2. Official university transcript (not merely diploma) or good-quality copy of, showing awarding of the highest academic degree earned 3. At least two letters of recommendation (e.g., from a current/recent employer and a program advisor) 4. Days, times, and telephone number to reach you for a video call interview Application Submission: Email or posted applications are accepted. Postal address: Center for English Language Education (CELE) Asia University International Center 5-24-10, Sakai Musashino-shi, Tokyo, 180-8629 JAPAN E-mail: cele@asia-u.ac.jp *Please note that application materials submitted by post cannot be returned. Personal information will be treated with confidentiality. Telephone/ Fax: Tel. +81-422-36-4089 Fax. +81-422-36-4869

IB MYP Visual Arts and Design teacher, The Senri and Osaka International Schools of Kwansei Gakuin, Mino, Osaka (6/8)

We are looking for two dynamic, positive educators who can develop and deliver visual arts and design courses for middle and high school.

Job details: 

We are looking for two dynamic, positive educators who can develop and deliver visual arts and design courses for middle and high school. As members of our shared programmes team, you will teach students from both schools with English levels ranging from beginner through to native speakers. Middle school visual arts lesson content is developed by our full time teachers who will also be teaching sections of the course while high school elective courses have more flexibility with content depending on the specialty and interests of the successful candidate Start date: late August 2018 The school: Osaka International School of Kwansei Gakuin and Senri International School of Kwansei Gakuin are two sister schools founded for the benefit of returnee, national, and international residents of the Kansai region, bringing together the best of Japanese and non-Japanese educational ideas, systems, and techniques. For more information about our school, please see our website (www.senri.ed.jp). Candidates should be experienced and certified visual arts and/or design teachers. Experience teaching the IB MYP at an international school is preferable but not required. You will have the academic background and creativity to tailor the MYP design cycle to the students’ needs, and the resources available at the school. You will be able to collaborate with colleagues and work with teachers from other disciplines in building MYP transdisciplinary units. The ability to adapt and tailor materials for different levels of English ability is essential. This is an hourly wage teaching position. The number of hours is approved by the heads of schools and is typically between 15-20 hours per week. The number of hours will be informed prior to each term. This is a year-long contract with the possibility of renewal based on the agreement of both parties. The position does not come with relocation allowances or other full-time benefits. You can complete the online application form (link here). We are accepting applications immediately and will be reviewing candidates as they apply.

Deadline: 
Fri, 2018-06-08
Contact details: 
bkralovec@senri.ed.jp
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