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Full-Time International School Music and Music Technology Teacher (expired)

Laurus International School of Science

Laurus International School of Science

Job ID
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Post date
Jun 6, 2024
Education / Teaching
Licensed, Certified Teacher, Professor
Work Type
Full Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
¥410,000 ~ ¥500,000 / Month
  • Negotiable


  • English: Native level
  • Visa sponsorship available


Are you passionate about teaching? Do you enjoy working with young learners? Are you dedicated to training future innovators in this changing world?

If so, we would like to hear from you!

Laurus International School of Science requires enthusiastic and experienced individuals for the position of Qualified Music and Music Technology Teacher. Our Music Teacher will have the opportunity to inspire and educate our students, fostering their love for music, developing their skills and understading, and nurturing their musical talents.

Our School:

Located in Shiba in the heart of Tokyo, Laurus International School of Science is the first and only STEM school in Japan. We embrace the latest technology and teaching methodologies to prepare the children of today for the world of tomorrow, and all the promise that holds. With a strong focus on science at all levels, we strive to develop each child’s inquisitive mind. Children are introduced to inquiry-based learning from an early age to foster their natural curiosity and thirst for knowledge. We promote project-based learning through a wide range of hands-on science experiments, perhaps working in one of our science labs or learning to use the latest technology such as programmable robots and 3D printers.

Position Overview:

We are seeking a passionate and experienced Music and Music Technology Teacher to join our dynamic faculty. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in both traditional music education and modern music technology, with a commitment to inspiring and engaging students from diverse cultural backgrounds. The role involves teaching music theory, performance, and the use of music technology, including recording equipment and other relevant software.

Key Responsibilities:

Develop and deliver a comprehensive music curriculum for students of various age groups and skill levels.
Teach music theory, history, and performance, incorporating a wide range of musical genres and traditions.
Integrate music technology into the curriculum, teaching students how to use recording equipment and music production software.
Organize and lead school concerts, recitals, and other musical events.
Collaborate with other faculty members to create interdisciplinary learning experiences.
Provide individualized instruction and support to students, fostering a love for music and encouraging their creative expression.
Stay current with developments in music education and technology, incorporating new methods and tools into the classroom.


Bachelor's degree in Music Education, Music Technology, or a related field (Master's degree preferred).
Teaching certification or relevant teaching experience in an international school setting.
Proficiency in using music technology, including DAWs (e.g., Logic Pro, Ableton Live), MIDI, and recording equipment.
Strong musicianship skills, with proficiency in at least one musical instrument.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work collaboratively in a multicultural and diverse environment.
Passion for music and a commitment to fostering a positive and inclusive learning environment.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience living and working in an international setting.
Fluency in English.
Experience with Cambridge International Curriculum.

Working Hours:

-Monday to Friday
-8:30 to 17:30 with a one-hour break (Various shift times available at 8 hrs work /1 hr break)
-40 hours per week


-Competetive salary package based on a 15 point salary scale
-Health Insurance
-Social Insurance
-Employment Insurance
-Transportation costs covered (up to 25,000 yen per month)
-Continuing Professional Development


-Saturday and Sunday off
-National/public holidays off
-Annual paid leave: 9 weeks of school holidays, 5 paid flexible days , 5 paid sick days

Last modified on July 7, 2024

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