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Part-time University Instructor in Shiga from April 2019 (expired)

Company
OTC Inc., (株式会社オーティーシー)
Job ID
130368
Location
Kusatsu, Shiga
Post date
Jan 7, 2019
Industry
Education / Teaching
Function
Other Education / Teaching, Training
Work Type
Part Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
Salary
¥30,000 ~ ¥49,000 / Month
  • Travel expenses reimbursed; completion bonus included

Requirements

  • English: Native level
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Must have more than 1 year teaching experience in Japan
  • Must have an appropriate visa for work
  • Must have a degree from an accredited university

Description

OTC, Japan's leading corporate language training company, is looking for interesting and interested native English instructors for part-time university work in Shiga Prefecture from April 2019.

Workdays: Wednesday (1 day/week)
Class Hours: 3 teaching hours, 50 min. of pre and post-lesson team meetings, morning to early afternoon (finishing before 1 PM)
Location: 15 min. by bus from (JR) Minami-Kusatsu Stn.
Teaching Period: 10 months from April 2019 to January 2020
Training: 2 sessions in March and 2 sessions in September (paid)
Remuneration: Monthly salary of 30,000-49,000 yen (depends on the month); completion bonus of 30,000 yen
Transportation: Fully reimbursed

OTC offers a unique program that looks to develop the ability of the learners by developing them as people. The emphasis is on the in-class experience being meaningful, engaging and positive. If you're interested in experimenting with a different approach, this could be the opportunity for you.

Please send your application using the Gaijin Pot resume submission system. Only native English speakers with a university degree should apply.

Sorry, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. Thank you!

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

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