eaching your passion? Do you enjoy molding the future of young minds? Are you dedicated to training future innovators in this changing world?
If so, we would like to hear from you!
Musashi International School Tokyo is looking for enthusiastic and experienced individuals for the positions of Homeroom teacher for grades 1-5. Our school is currently expanding and we need qualified teachers to grow along with us.
A homeroom teacher for grades K-5
Candidates must be native English speakers. Applicants should have a background in the subject matter and teaching experience in a school setting. Preference will be given to teachers currently in Japan with more than three years of experience. Japanese language ability is not a requirement.
As a teacher, you would be working within a dynamic team, educating a class of international and internationally-minded students in Tokyo. We teach a comprehensive curriculum in our Cambridge registered Elementary and High School. There are also opportunities to work with students of all ages and abilities in our after-school classes.
Teachers who possess a BA or an MA in Education are encouraged to apply!
We offer professional development opportunities and the chance to work and collaborate with like-minded teachers on a daily basis. Ongoing support is provided by Cambridge International to ensure our students and teaching staff are able to reach their full potential. Opportunities are available to become involved in other projects and we offer the potential for career advancement for successful teachers.
-At least 5 years of teaching experience
-A degree related to the position
-Monday to Friday
-40 hours per week
-Transportation costs covered
-Continuing Professional Development
-Saturday and Sunday off
-National/public holidays off
-Annual paid leave: 5 days + school holidays (3 weeks) with an early increase of 5 days
The above information is a public job ad. This job ad is neither an offer nor a contract.
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