One of Japan’s leading English schools is looking for English teachers with experience and a desire to enrich lives.
■ABOUT ENGLISH VILLAGE
English Village is a very popular English conversation school in the Kanto region with approximately 10,000 students and 100 teachers in 12 schools located in Tokyo, Yokohama, and Chiba. English Village was founded 31 years ago by an English teacher enthusiastic to create a unique school by focusing on：
1. Students as Individuals: We have a wide variety of students from all walks of life (many of whom are long-time students) including business executives, doctors, lawyers, housewives, retired people. Some of our schools even teach the occasional primary school student (it’s rare; our focus is adults).
2. Caring and Passionate English Teachers: Our teachers care about each and every student and take genuine joy in helping these students.
3. Great People: From the beginning, the school’s objective was to provide the ultimate learning environment for our students and the best place to work for our teachers and our staff members. Many of the students have been with English Village for many years; students form meaningful bonds with the teachers. Also, the management and most of the staff members have lived or studied abroad so the culture of the school is very open and international.
English Village is a growing company which has recently merged with a school called Getgo, but our emphasis on caring for people remains as strong as it was 30 years ago.
We are currently looking to fill part-time positions in:
- Nihonbashi, Kanda, Shibuya, Kichijoji, Shinjuku, Gotanda, Ikebukuro, Yurakucho, Yokohama
Applicant available to work at least one weekend day shift preferred.
- Tsudanuma (Chiba) - applicant must be available to work Sunday mornings. Other shifts are negotiable.
- Nishifunabashi (Chiba) - applicant must be available to work Tues, Wed & Thurs afternoons mid-July to end of August (school holidays) and willing+able to teach kids
- teach students (one-on-one; and in groups of 4) of all levels, from Beginner to Advanced, mostly - but not necessarily only - adults
- have a highly-proficient grasp of English
- have an interest in Japanese culture
It's preferred (but not mandatory) that you:
- have TESOL-relevant teaching qualifications
- be computer-literate
- have teaching experience
- Hourly payment of 2,202yen for a one-on-one lesson + incentives per lesson for groups, of differing amounts depending on the size of the group
- Generous bi-annual incentives paid to teachers who end up taking on a full-time teaching load
- Transportation is paid up to 1,000 yen per day.
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