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Part-Time English Teacher (expired)

Company
GetGO
Job ID
135165
Location
Funabashi, Tokyo
Post date
Nov 6, 2019
Industry
Education / Teaching
Function
Teacher, Instructor (ELT, Conversational English)
Work Type
Part Time / Entry Level
Salary
¥8,200 ~ ¥8,200 / Project

Requirements

  • English: Native level
  • Must currently reside in Japan

Description

Want to supplement your income? getgo Eikaiwa is in need of a new substitute English teacher in our Chiba region (Moto-Yawata, Nishi-Funabashi, Tsudanuma). We also have a school in Ogikubo that may be able to provide shifts too.

Experience is preferred but not necessary; a very reliable work ethic is absolutely necessary. So is proficiency in English.

Our school is an English school for adults (no kids). We teach one-on-one and small group (maximum 4 people) lessons. We use our own in-house, developed materials.

We're looking for someone:
* very reliable
* friendly & kind
* well-spoken, with a top-notch command of English
* available for substitute work on Saturdays &/or Sundays &/or some weeknights

We offer a half-day (ie 9:00-13:30 or 18:00-22:30) flat-fee of 8200yen. This is a regular pay-rate: we do not close the school for term-time holidays; we do not drop your fee if a class does not show up. However, we also do not accept negotiations for a higher rate.

This position would be perfectly suited to someone with weekday commitments who'd like to do something fun and mentally-stimulating on the weekend.

This position would be even more perfectly suited to someone whose weekday commitments may be coming to an end over the next 6-months (eg student whose studies are coming to an end) as our school is growing, and highly likely to need a full-time teacher within the next year. We prefer to promote from within.







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