English Innovations is an English test-prep school focused on giving students the skills they need to achieve their goals, whether they be getting into universities abroad, qualifying for prestigious schools within Japan, meeting a job requirement or even just studying academic English as a hobby.
We are currently seeking intelligent and creative instructors for our test preparation classes, specifically for the TOEFL, TOEIC and IELTS exams. Experience is preferred, but a warm personality that fits our school philosophy is paramount. Classes are taught on-site at the school campuses in Shinjuku and Yokohama, with additional Tokyo campuses opening soon. We also have campuses in Osaka & Kyoto, so interested candidates in Kansai are welcome to apply.
*Native speaker of English (American, Canadian, British or Australian accent required)
*University Bachelor's Degree (or higher) from a country in which English is considered the native language.
*Strong interest in teaching Academic English (TOEFL, TOEIC & IELTS) to students.
*Has at least two years of English teaching experience at English schools.
*Has valid visa status that allows you to live and work in Japan.
(Visa Sponsorship Available)
*Start Date: ASAP
Training will take place in Tokyo prior to start.
*Classes are held at Shinjuku (新宿) and Yokohama (横浜).
*Pay rate: ¥2,400- ¥3,000/hour, depending on skill and experience.
*Training period (20 hours): ¥1,200/hour, Probation Period (3 months): ¥2,400/hour
*May provide roughly 10-30 hours per week depending on a candidate’s availability.
*Transportation costs will be covered up to ¥20,000 per month.
If you are interested in this position, please send a cover letter along with a resume including a head-shot. We offer morning, evening and night classes, so please indicate your availability as well.
We’re looking forward to your application!
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