We are opening the flagship Kids Duo school in Kimitsu, Chiba Prefecture in early March!
Kids Duo is a new type of school which provides after-school care and pre-school programs for children aged between 4 and 12. Our mission is to nurture children in a comfortable English-speaking environment where they both listen to and speak English in a natural way. With a mix of both native English speaking teachers and bilingual teachers , we aim to make a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for the children so that they can enjoy and learn English here simultaneously.
Kids Duo is a very pleasant place to work. Teachers are enjoying with children and being part of our friendly, teamwork focused work environment.
This is the perfect job for those who love to spend time with kids!
Teachers receive comprehensive initial training in Tokyo with pay .
The followings are some examples of our daily work
・Give children interesting and fun experiences.
・Make programs and lesson plans, and lead classes.
・Support school management
We are looking for people who...
・love to work with children
・have a passion and enthusiasm to teach children
・have a great creativity in making unique programs and lesson plans
・are willing to work as a team
・are interested in English education for younger children
・Experience working at pre-school, after-school or English conversation school is preferable.
・Teacher's license for nursery school, kindergarten or elementary school. Any child care license is preferable.
Working Hours (Kids Duo schools are open from 9:00 to 20:30)
9 hours/day (including 1 hour break) between the schools open hours.
5 days workweek (Sundays off plus 1 additional day a week)
public holiday, summer & winter holiday, paid holiday and miscellaneous holiday
bonus, transportation allowance, social insurance plan (including health insurance)
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