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​Teaching Positions (Full Time / Part Time / Substitute), All Prefectures

Although the main recruiting season is over, we're still open to meeting potential candidates for the 2024 academic year. As it is with every year, there are still possibilities of 'urgent' positions popping up from here on.

 

A teacher might have had an emergency back home and needed to leave Japan.

 

A teacher might not have been a good fit for the school during the probation period and had to be let off.

 

A school might need a teacher to cover for maternity leave all the sudden.

Regardless of the reason, we never know when a school will reach out to us for their staffing needs.

Although the majority of our positions are for English communication classes, there has been a rise in immersion and subject teaching as of late. If you are a dedicated, passionate, and energetic teacher, apply with us now for a chance to talk about your background and preferences. We'd love to see what we can do for you.

 

Having an interview with us would help speed up the application process when a potential and suitable position opens up in the future. Whether it be full time, part time, substitute or a one off position, we look forward to connecting with you.

Click the apply button below and email us your updated resume and cover letter for screening.

*Note that we will only proceed with an interview if successfully screened.

<SAMPLE WORK CONDITIONS FOR OUR FULL TIME POSITIONS>

Contract: freelance or dispatch (gyomuitaku or haken)

*depends on the client school

Period: 2024  Apr ~ 2025 Mar

Work Days: Mon ~ Sat (Sunday + 1 weekday off)

Work Hours: 8:00 ~ 17:00

*give or take depending on the school schedule 

Classes: Up to 20 lessons/week

Compensation: from 280,000JPY (before tax) / mth + transportation reimbursement

Insurance: Social insurance and employment insurance

*under dispatch (haken) contracts only

<SAMPLE WORK DUTIES FOR FULL TIME POSITIONS>

-preparing and teaching up to 20 lessons/week

-developing curriculum and material

-homeroom or assistant homeroom teacher duties

-test making, marking, assessment

-supervising during exams

-teaching supplementary lessons

-accompanying students on school excursions

-preparing study abroad program

-after school club activity

-attending meetings and teacher training

-attending school events, open school, and school ceremonies

Candidates must:

-have a bachelor's degree or higher
-have 2 years minimum of relevant teaching experience
-be capable of making and implementing interesting and engaging lessons
-have a good understanding of Japanese culture and school work life

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