FT teaching position in Sakai city, Osaka from April (expired)

Job ID
Sakai city, Osaka
Post date
Feb 23, 2012
Education / Teaching
Work Type
Full Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
¥230,000 ~ ¥250,000 / Month
  • (plus transportation)
  • English: Native level
  • Must currently reside in Japan
We are currently looking for an English teacher to teach at a private school mainly Elementary but also High school sometimes and possibly kindergarten in a school in Sakai city, Osaka. The position would start early April, 2012 and end late March, 2013. The work days will be Mondays through Friday and work hours will vary depending on the day of the week (a specified schedule will be given at a later date). There will be about 3 Sundays and 9 Saturdays during the year when the teacher will be expected to go in. There will be day in lieu for those days however.

The applicant must have the proper work visa (no tourist visas, please), some teaching experience, and be cheerful and flexible.
The above information is a public job ad. This job ad is neither an offer nor a contract.

This job is no longer available.

Interac teachers enrich the lives of hundreds of thousands of school children every year by delivering interactive and exciting English lessons. Commonly known as ALTs, which stands for assistant language teacher, Interac’s teachers, working in the Japanese school system, enrich children’s lives by sharing their knowledge of English and communication skills and giving insights into other cultures.

Founded in 1972, Interac is Japan’s largest private provider of professional foreign teachers to the Japanese government through its ALT program. Interac is also a significant player in providing professional teachers for commercial and government organizations.

Interac is one of the largest non-government employers of foreign nationals in Japan. It employs nearly 3,000 staff in Japan across a network of 13 offices. Around 2,750 of these employees are non-Japanese.

Interac started in September of 1972 in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district, and over the years, the company grew as a provider of educational services to commercial organizations. In the mid-nineties, that field grew, and Interac started to provide ALTs and other education services to public Boards of Education and schools all over Japan.

For the first 38 years, Interac was a founder-owned company. Between 2010 and 2014, upon the retirement of its founder, Interac was owned by Advantage Partners, a Tokyo-based private-equity firm with a diverse stable of company investments. Since April 2014, Interac has become part of the Link and Motivation Group (TSE:2170). The Link and Motivation Group has a range of interests and subsidiaries in the business consultancy, education, recruiting, and hospitality sectors in Japan.
Year Founded:
Number of Employees: