English Second Language Teacher (Japan)

Posted 15 May by TEFL UK
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TEFL UK is hiring English teachers for exciting locations in Japan, including throughout the greater Tokyo area and some positions in Nagoya, Osaka, Kobe, Kyoto and Kyushu.

- Experience life in one of Asias most fast paced destinations
- Full week long orientation in Tokyo
- Teach small groups of children, teenagers, parents, young professionals and business people who study at these community orientated schools
- Average class size is 3 students
- Average length of stay on program is almost 3 years
- Full time
- Arrival any month

Qualifications

- Bachelors degree
- CELTA / Trinity TESOL* (or Level 5 equivalent TEFL course)
- No experience necessary
- No Japanese language skills required
* TEFL / TESOL / CELTA course must include at least 6 hours of assessed Teaching Practice to real students (not peers).
- Applicants with 120 hour On-line TEFL and 6 months of teaching experience may also apply

Salary and Benefits

- JPY 252,800+ monthly salary with increments for higher qualifications
- Bonus system
- 1 week orientation in Tokyo
- TEYL training provided with ongoing teacher development
- Teach 29.5 hours per week
- 5 day week
- Reimbursed work commuting costs
- Accommodation support
- 6 weeks annual paid leave (including 5 extra days after 6 months)
- Welfare support team in Japan
- Access to Japanese Health Insurance Scheme
- Visa sponsorship
- 12 month contract (renewable)

Required skills

  • English
  • Teacher
  • Teaching
  • TEFL
  • Young Professionals

Reference: 52663654

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