Berlitz Japan is looking for professionally-minded, experienced instructors who think on their feet and are looking for a challenge. More than an eikaiwa: our specialty is customizing curricula and lessons on the spot to find solutions for our customers’ unique needs.
Our students range from lawyers, doctors, engineers, professors, bankers, business people, travelers, as well as goal-oriented teens and kids. Berlitz lessons help build and bridge careers. They enable enterprises and achieve personal goals.
Successful applicants will teach classes on weekends as well as evening classes on weekdays. Teaching materials provided.
We are looking for instructors who:
*are native (or native fluent) English speakers
*are dynamic, mature and professional
*are culturally sensitive and have excellent organizational and communication skills
*are looking to work for a minimum of one year
*are interested in teaching adults as well as children
We offer a competitive compensation with attractive benefits in a professional work environment. Training and materials provided.
Only domestic applications from those already residing in Japan (or with set arrival dates and ability to attend an upcoming IQP) and available for in-person interviews in Tokyo will be considered. Overseas applications will not be considered. Visa sponsorship for Full Time Instructor positions may be available for qualified applicants.
The Instructor Qualification Program (IQP) will be held at the Berlitz Japan Headquarters in Aoyama, Tokyo.
Applicants must be available to attend in full one of the upcoming IQP Dates:
October 7 to 11
November 11 to 15
We also have a special weekend IQP for individuals working in other industries that would like to work for Berlitz in a part time capacity. The weekend IQP dates are:
October 12, 13 & 19, 20 (four days total)
The above information is a public job ad. This job ad is neither an offer nor a contract.
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