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We are looking for a new English teacher who can work anytime from 14:30 to 22:30 (can be either part-time or full-time). We adjust the shift to how many days and how long hours you can work per week. We welcome a bright person who speaks English very fluently and has experience in teaching.
*Our school is located within walking distance from the station so you don’t necessarily have to own your car.
You will in charge of English classes (both private and group) from 14:30 to 22:30.
*If you prefer, teaching only afternoon or evening is also fine
The classes are targeting 11-18-year-old students so you are expected to teach according to each student's needs.
We've already had a teaching plan and the curriculum, but please use your ideas and experiences to enhance the quality of the lesson
Basically, we are flexible with your working shift so you can choose how many days and how long hours you work a week. You can work more than 5 days a week if you wish, but the contract will start as a part-time worker for the first.
Our school is located within walking distance from the station, but we have a parking area.
Inazawa-shi, Aichi (walking distance from the station)
- Native level in English
- Business level in Japanese
- Working permission in Japan to work part-time
*If you prefer to work more than 5 days a week, Engineer/Specialist in Humanities/International Services visa might also be acceptable.
- Experience in teaching
- Shift work between 14:30~22:30
*We adjust to how many days/hours you can work a week
- Hourly wage 1,200 yen~
- New Year's holiday
- 5th week of the month
- Transportation expenses
- Parking area
- Employment insurance
- free accommodation
【Negociable depending on how many days you work】
- Health insurance
【Measures against passive smoking 】
No smoking indoors allowed
Designated smoking area
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