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Private Jr.&Sr. Girls’ High School English teaching position in the centre of Tokyo (expired)

Company
Project GENIUS
Job ID
152776
Location
Waseda, Tokyo, Japan
Post date
Jun 3, 2024
Industry
Education / Teaching
Function
Teacher, Instructor (ELT, Conversational English)
Work Type
Temp (Dispatch) / Experienced (Non-Manager)
Salary
¥280,000 ~ ¥290,000 / Month
  • This is a Japanese school year based renewable contract and transportation expenses are fully compensated.

Requirements

  • English: Native level
  • Japanese: Business level (preferred)
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Visa sponsorship available

Description

Thank you for your interest in working for Project Genius, a concern of Korakuen English Centre. We aim to be the premier English language consultancy firm for private secondary schools in Japan.

We are looking for candidates to place at a prestigious private junior and senior girls’ high school located in the center of Tokyo, near Waseda or Nishi-Waseda station.

This position will start in September, 2024.

Our compensation package includes:

• A monthly pre-tax salary of between 280,000 and 290,000 yen
• Transportation expenses will be fully covered and reimbursed.
• A Japanese school year based contract (this time is exceptional as someone will leave in the middle of the school year).
• Our monthly salary is not reduced during summer, winter, and spring vacations, even when our teachers are not required to report to our client schools.

We are looking for candidates with the following attributes:
• a minimum of a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
• native-level English proficiency
• Speak and read Japanese at a JLPT N3 level
• at least one academic year of experience teaching English as a Foreign Language at a public or private secondary school in Japan
• experience with solo and team teaching in secondary school classrooms in Japan
• ability to teach English composition or essay writing
• experience integrating personal technology (smartphones, tablets, etc.) in lessons
• is comfortable using technology in and outside the classroom
• knowledge of Japanese culture and etiquette
• ability to maintain confidentiality
• the willingness to participate in occasional weekend and off-campus events, such as sports days and open campus days
• a team player
• the ability to work within an established curriculum while also able to diplomatically and proactively initiate changes as needed
• a positive attitude and a readiness to work with students, staff and teachers, both Japanese and non-Japanese, as well as with our off-site office and executive team
• a base level of technical proficiency required to use online tools to compose and share lesson plans with our office and other teachers within the company
• current holders of visas allowing work in Japan
(We do not currently sponsor external applicants, but do support visa renewals and provide guarantor services.)


We highly encourage those with the confidence in their teaching ability to apply even if they do not meet all the criteria of our ideal candidate for this position. We will contact suitable candidates for an interview through ZOOM.

Due to the number of resumes we receive we are unable to contact all applicants, but we do keep resumes on file and if you do not hear from us for this position, we may contact you in the future if a more suitable position becomes available.

Last modified on July 4, 2024

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