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PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER FOR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN TOKYO (expired)

New International School of Japan (ニューインターナショナルスクールオブジャパン)

New International School of Japan (ニューインターナショナルスクールオブジャパン)

Job ID
152530
Location
Toshima Ward, Tokyo, Japan
Post date
May 7, 2024
Industry
Education / Teaching
Function
Licensed, Certified Teacher, Professor
Work Type
Full Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
Salary
¥360 ~ ¥430 / Month
  • Negotiable

Requirements

  • English: Fluent
  • Japanese: Conversational (preferred)
  • Visa sponsorship available

Description

This is a full-time primary school teaching position from 16 August 2024 at an innovative international school with a full program from Pre-K age 3 to Grade 12 accredited by CIS and MSA.

The school is a dual language in English and Japanese and multiage by design with a three-year age/grade range of students per class. The primary school classes all have two teachers, one who delivers the curriculum in English and one who delivers it in Japanese using a developmental, integrated, thematic approach and a myriad of resources rather than textbooks, so an ability to collaborate well with others is imperative. English and Japanese literacy specialists teachers assist in a number of classes. Experience with the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence would be ideal, but it is not required.

Hours 8:10-5:00 M-F every day the school is in session. It is an annual contract for the first three years, but availability for at least that long would be preferred. Most of the teachers and staff in the school are long-term.

All of the teachers and staff are on the Japanese private school health, pension, and unemployment insurance system.

Last modified on June 7, 2024

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