-Assistant English teaching in public junior high or high school
-Position pay is currently being finalized, expected to be within the posted range, and may be determined to be based on a daily or monthly rate
-The hourly schedule and number of working days in the year are also being arranged, but it would very likely follow the normal schedule of starting between 8AM and 9AM with the day ending between 3:30 and 5PM, and for about 200 days in the year, with paid holidays
-Most positions do not require driving ability, but a minority may
-Assistance may be possible in helping to find housing or a rental car
-Preference can be given for current ALTs who wish to continue work in a position, but all candidates meeting the requirements can be considered regardless of experience.
We are looking for native English speakers for Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) jobs in Chiba prefecture. These are perfect for a first job in teaching, or a first job in Japan! We have the capacity to hire many candidates at the start of each new school year in April and hope to hear from many positive people! There are several dozen positions available in all public high schools and a few junior high schools operated by Chiba prefecture.
We take pride in introducing good and positive people into one of the most fun and rewarding jobs in the country, and provide all proper visa support as well as assistance in arranging rented car and housing if needed. If you have the capacity to come to Japan, have a college degree, and are a good person who speaks English, we can take care of almost everything else!
Even if you have never taught before, we can give you the skills to be ready for this introduction into teaching. ALTs work along with Japanese licensed teachers to provide native English support as well as access to internationalization. For a fun-loving person who loves kids, much of the job would probably come naturally! While ALT work includes real responsibility, the right personality would find the amount of fun to be had with the job to far outweigh the effort!
Most positions are 5 days a week (Monday through Friday), but someone with a more limited schedule can still be considered to join our roster of substitute teachers. Applicants are requested to apply with the intention of working at least to the end of the school year. However, within the school year, there are lengthy vacations, especially in summer, to relax or to enjoy Japanese culture or travel!
- Native-level English
- Hold or soon be able to graduate with an Associates or Bachelors degree (or equivalent).
- Basic Japanese speaking ability (or a desire to learn)
- Some teaching experience or experience working with children preferred
- Desire and ability to live and work in a foreign country and ability to be independent
- Driving ability is required for a majority of the positions
-No limit on contract renewals.
-Company accommodations can be arranged for most locations outside of the Tokyo metro area.
-If driving is required, we can assist in making available a company car for rent.
-Teaching skills are developed through online training and in our on-site orientation.
-Assistance before starting, and then while working at schools. Constant support from our HR staff and company coordinators, who can help with any issues between teachers and schools.
-Opportunity for promotion.
Please contact us as soon as possible to start your path to a rewarding experience. No matter your background or experience, we appreciate your consideration and application! Those who pass the initial screening will be contacted to complete our application process. We look forward to hearing from you!
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