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Native English teacher for private ES/JHS/SH in Osaka, 2020 (expired)



Job ID
Post date
Oct 17, 2019
Education / Teaching
Teacher, Instructor (ELT, Conversational English)
Work Type
Part Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
¥180,000 ~ ¥220,000 / Month


  • English: Native level


Educational Network* is now seeking Native English Instructors for the academic year starting April 2020.

Job Description : Private Elementary/Junior high/Senior high school teacher

●AREA; Osaka
●TRANSPORTATION; Fully covered
●CONTRACT; April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2020(dispatch)

Work style(upon request);
A) 4days/week(around 15lessons,180,000yen/month with Koyohoken)
B) 5-6days/week(around 18lessons, 216,000yen/month with Koyohoken)
C) 30hours/week(222,000yen/month with Syakaihoken)

** Lesson schedule(time schedule) is negotiable
** Monthly salary depends on lesson numuber per week
** 50min/lesson
-Must be a native English speaker
-Be a collaborative, communicative and patient person
-Have a creative, productive and friendly attitude
-Have a willingness to communicate with students & teachers inside & outside the classroom
-Participate in school meetings and events as necessary
-Have prior teaching experience at a public or private school

Essential duties include:
・Teaching English classes based on the set curriculum
・Developing lesson plans in accordance with the curriculum
・Suggesting/creating teaching materials as necessary
・Participating the school meetings/events as necessary

Duties may include:
・Making/Marking exams.

Other qualifications:
・Previous teaching experience in Japan as well as elsewhere valued
・Teaching certificates (e.g. TESOL, CELTA, BEd, MA TESOL) are preferred but not required

Please note that only those who have passed the initial screening process will be contacted for an interview.

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

This job is no longer available.

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