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1-to-1 English Instructor - Nagoya (expired)

Gaba Corporation (株式会社 GABA)

Gaba Corporation (株式会社 GABA)

Job ID
Nagoya, Aichi
Post date
Dec 14, 2012
Education / Teaching
Work Type
Contract / Entry Level
Amount not specified
  • 40-minute lesson rates of ¥1500 ~ ¥2200


  • English: Native level
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Valid working visa required
  • Must include a cover letter
  • Must update resume to include home station


Gaba is now accepting applications for JANUARY 2013 positions at the Sakae and Nagoya Learning Studios. Of particular interest are applicants available to teach early weekday mornings (7:00 ~), weekday evenings (5:30 ~) and/or weekends.

The studios are tastefully appointed to provide a comfortable atmosphere conducive to study. Lessons are 40 minutes during which clients can expect professional one-to-one tuition from the instructor of their choice.

NOTE: Attendance of the December 20th, 2012 Information Seminar is required to be considered for a January start.


Must be of native level English proficiency (both spoken and written).
Must have a valid work-permissible visa and any necessary associated documents (eg. work permit).
Japanese bank account required.
University degree preferred.
Prior teaching experience favored.
CELTA, TEFL or TESOL certification valued.
Must be comfortable using a computer.
Commute times in excess of 45 minutes and/or at a cost of greater than 450 yen one way are considered too far.

If you live in or near Nagoya, please register your interest. All applications will be reviewed and those who qualify will be considered for positions as they become available.

More information is available at through the "Become An Instructor" link at the very bottom of the page, or go directly to

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

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