International ESL Jobs
Date: 25 September 2017
Hiring foreign language teachers! English, French, German and more!
Our school is hiring new teachers! We are looking for new teachers to work at our conversation school. We have many students who are interested in learning a new language, continuing studies, or just conversing with a native speaker. If you think you can help our students to learn, than please contact us!
We are looking for native speakers of the following languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Thai, Vietnamese Chinese, and Korean.
The Position : Part time foreign languages conversation teacher.
Salary : 1800-2400yen/hour (transportation fee paid separately)
Location : ZHE Nippori foreign language school. DKY17Bldg.401,5-51-7,Higashinippori,Arakawa-ku,Tokyo
Our school is located near to the JR Yamanote Line, Nippori station. ( One minute away from the south exit)
Working hours: The school is open on weekdays from 12:00-22:00, and on weekends from 10:00-19:00. Lessons will be held at a time that works for both the teacher and the student. The average lesson is a 60, or 80 minute private lesson (one on one).
We are looking for people who can commit to the position for a long time
Qualifications: We are looking to hire native speakers. The ideal teacher would also be able to speak Japanese at N3 conversational level (N2 for Chinese and Korean speakers)
**However in special circumstances, students who are not able to speak at a N2 conversational level, but have a method of communication (excluding translators), such as a spouse or teaching agency, are also encouraged to apply.
A visa allowing you to work in Japan is required (our school is unable to give you a visa). We are also looking for people who live within 45 minutes (by train) from our classroom.
How To Apply: Those interested in the job should contact us by e-mail. Your e-mails should be in Japanese. We will not be responding to e-mails in English. Please attach your resume and cover letter. Those selected for an interview will be interviewed at our classroom.