●What is our goal
For our younger kids, specifically, age ranges from 6 to 9, we aim to provide lessons to master phonics, improve their English vocabulary, and develop confidence in speaking/listening and writing/reading.
●How to make it happen
・All English environment. We are also using our original materials. No Japanese language during the lesson.
・We would like students to think about their own idea rather than listen to the teacher's lecture. We are providing communicative-style lessons and a curriculum specifically designed for younger learners. Teachers provide a "student-centered" lesson rather than a "lecture type" lesson
・We have our original program to make their English life a habit. We have Japanese trainers who will track and support their weekly training. Students need to do home training every day. (Writing Practice, Online Communication Lesson, Grammar, and Reading), and we encourage them to keep their motivation and have a conversation to resolve their issue to keep their training continuously.
Age Range: 6 to 9 years old (Elementary students)
English skills: Beginner
Currently, we are developing a program to cater to the needs of our younger students. Thus, we prioritize those applicants who have experience teaching kids with ages ranging from 6 to 9.
1)NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKER (the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand)
2)Minimum of 2 years English teaching experience in Japan to children age ranges from 6 to 9 years old.
3)Currently living in Tokyo area or near Tokyo.
4)Must have a proper visa to work in Japan
5)Comfortable with basic digital platforms (make lesson records online, upload the video, and use apps)
●The ideal candidate
・Knows how to teach 2nd language learners in English
・Loves to teach students ages ranges from 6 to 9
・Has experience teaching Phonics, Alphabet Writing, Speaking, and Reading
・The first language is English.
・Having certifications （TESOL, TEFL, CELTA）
・Has good behavior management skills/style
・Highly motivated, passionate, patient, flexible, and can smile at students
・Cannot be on time/always late
・Not passionate about teaching students
・No career image to be a professional English teacher.
・No willingness to improve teaching skills
・Cannot commit working with the company for at least a year . We would like to have a long-term relationship that benefits both students and Everest to gain the trust of students and parents.
・Cannot communicate in business.
a private lesson: 3,100 yen to 4,600 yen (prep＋lesson 1hr＋data input=2hr)
a group lesson: 5,100 yen to 7,600 yen (prep＋lesson 2hr＋data input=3hr)
(＋transportation fee. up to 1,000 yen max/day for round trip)
Teachers' professional fee varies depending on experience, attitude towards admin, and students' evaluation.
The class usually takes place from
Mondays to Fridays: 16:30-21:00 (Usually, teachers will take two lessons per day)
There is no class on Sunday. However, you might be asked to do sub lessons on a Sunday if you open your availability.
Currently, we require teachers to open their schedules at least twice a week.
Nearest station: Myogadani(Marunouchi line) 2min walk
Ohtomo Building 11F 1-5-18 Ohtsuka Bunkyo-Ku Tokyo 112-0012
We will have an online interview first. The rest of the process will proceed at Myougadani usually.
Nearest station: Jiyugaoka(Tokyu-Toyoko line, Oimachi line) 3min walk
Kuriyama Building 3F 2-10-18 Jiyugaoka Meguro-Ku Tokyo 152-0035
Please let us know your preferred working location. You may work at both locations.
・Group lesson (up to 3 students) : 3 hours (Including 30 min prep time)
・Private lesson: 2 hours (Including 30 min prep time)
●Hiring / Training process
The applicants' transportation and other fees during the hiring and training process are paid.
We will notify the applicants about the result whether or not they are hired after the first trial lesson with an actual student (Day 5).
DAY 0-DAY 5 (Hiring Process)
Day 0- online
-After applying through this website, you will have an online interview and a mock lesson.
Day 1- at the main branch
-The applicant will have an interview with Everest staff
-The applicant will be informed and sign the Nondisclosure Agreement
-The applicant will be given access to the Teachers' Guideline and other resources related to the hiring process
-The applicant will be informed about the Vision, Mission, and Goal of the company
Day 2- at the main branch
-The applicant will take the English Proficiency Test
-The applicant will observe a private lesson in preparation for his/her 1st class demonstration
Day 3- at the main branch
-The applicant will take the Teachers' Guideline Test (both text and video)
-The applicant will do his/her 1st Demo with Everest staff
Day 4- at the main branch
-The applicant will do his/her 2nd Demo to prepare for his/her 1st trial lesson with an actual student (private).
Day 5 (contract agreement)
-The applicant will have his/her 1st trial lesson with an actual student (private lesson)
-Everest English School will notify the applicant regarding the result after your first trial lesson with an actual student.
Day 6-Day 10 (Immersion Training) - at the main branch
Note: Only those applicants who passed Day 5 are eligible to continue the immersion training
Day 6- at the main branch
-The applicant will have his/her 3rd Demo with Everest staff as a preparation for his/her 2nd trial lesson with an actual student (private)
Day 7- at the main branch
-The applicant will have his/her 2nd trial lesson with an actual student (private lesson)
Day 8- at the main branch
-The applicant will observe and do co-teaching with an actual students (group
-The applicant will have his/her 4th Demo with Everest staff as a preparation for his/her 3rd trial lesson with actual students (group lesson)
Day 9- at the main branch
-The applicant will have his/her 3rd trial lesson with actual students (group)
Day 10 - at the main branch
-The applicant will be trained on how to do online lessons via Zoom
We are looking forward to meeting you.
Let's make it happen together.
Last modified on December 10, 2023
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