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Business English Instructors - Inashiki-City, Ibaraki class (expired)

CTS - Tokyo (株式会社シー・ティー・エス)

CTS - Tokyo (株式会社シー・ティー・エス)

Job ID
133604
Location
稲敷市(Inashiki-City), Ibaraki
Post date
Aug 19, 2019
Industry
Education / Teaching
Function
Corporate Training
Work Type
Part Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
Salary
¥3,600 ~ ¥4,000 / Hour
  • Transportation expenses will be fully reimbursed

Requirements

  • English: Native level
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Must have at least 1 year teaching experience
  • Must have an university degree
  • Must have valid a working visa

Description

Established in 1994, Communication Training Support(CTS) provides ESL and business skills training to a wide range of private sector companies, public bodies,
and academic institutions across Japan.

Our Tokyo office is currently looking for candidates to fill the following positions:

■ Inashiki-City, Ibaraki

<Group Lesson-Business Conversation>
Day and time : Wed. 10:30-14:30 (lunch break 12:00-13:00)
Duration: From late September or early October, One-year contract
Students level/ Beginner- Intermediate
Location : Inashiki-City, Ibaraki. 15 minute car ride from Shimōsa-Kōzaki station.

Salary: 3,600 yen per hour

We offer an excellent working environment, and professionally designed lesson programs and materials.

Requirements:
1) Minimum one-year experience of teaching conversational English to Japanese adults(at a
language school or an institution is required.)
2) Successful candidates must currently reside in the Kanto area
3) A university degree and a valid working visa (excluding working holiday visas.)

We look forward to receiving applications from qualified candidates who are available to teach the above positions.

Please note that only eligible candidates will be contacted for interviews.

The above information is a public job ad. This job ad is neither an offer nor a contract.

This job is no longer available.

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