Are you an experienced English teacher, who enjoys working with children? Are you interested in a part-time job, working for two hours on Saturday mornings? Are you able to give both useful and enjoyable lessons to your students? Do you have a bachelor’s degree and a valid work visa? At this point in time, we are looking for a teacher to teach a two-hour class on Saturday. You can start teaching as soon as possilbe. However,if you like to start from April, it is possible, too. If you start from April, this teaching position is a 1 year contract position, starting in April of 2019 and ending in March of 2020. We will pay you 3,000 yen per hour, as well as a full refund of travel expenses.
We are Nippon Total Academy, an English school based in the Ueda area of Nagoya city. The atmosphere in our work environment is both friendly and professional. We teach a wide range of classes, providing all lesson materials and support to our instructors.
If you are interested in this position then please fill in the Gaijin pot application form. We look forward to hearing from you.
Nippon Total Academy (NTA) is an English language school located in Eastern Nagoya, only a one minute walk from Ueda subway station. We offer classes for students of all ages from very young children to retirees. Utilizing our custom curriculum we engage all 300 of our students in an energetic, fun and holistic way.
For our junior students, we not only teach important vocabulary, grammar, and reading and writing skills, we also teach how to ask and answer in sentence format to help them use what they are learning in a more comprehensive way.
For our adult students, we utilize up-to-date textbooks to teach beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes. We also hold a few "free talk" classes where our students enjoy talking about everything under the sun.
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