Kindergarten English Instructor-Tokyo and ShizuokaVantage Japan Inc. Published: March 6, 2017
We have positions available starting from March 21st, 2017 to teach at kindergartens in Tokyo and surrounding areas and in Mishima, Shizuoka.
Vantage Japan, Inc. is a rapidly growing company headquartered in Tokyo, employing positive and energetic teachers to introduce Japanese children to English and foreign cultures at kindergartens in Greater Tokyo, Nagoya, and Kyushu. Our philosophy is that with this interaction we are "planting the seeds of English” in the children for a multicultural Japan in the future.
Even though we are a modern company endeavoring to expand, we still maintain a friendly small company atmosphere.
Our students' ages range from three to ten years. Five days of teaching from Monday to Friday (basically 9-5) with occasional special events such as Sports Day falling on weekends (a day off will be given during the week as compensation).
Monthly starting salary is JPY 260,000 to 270,000. Travel to and from work is reimbursed. Social Insurance package - health insurance, pension, and employment insurance - with premiums and contributions matched by the company. Accommodation assistance provided. Paid summer and winter vacations, plus sick leave. Visa sponsorship/renewal available (must have a university degree) and up to JPY 100,000 first year contract completion bonus.
Must have at least a bachelor's degree. Applicants with a teaching, music, or drama degree and/or experience preferred, but not a necessity. This position is limited to NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS who have basic computer skills and who genuinely enjoy working with children and interacting with them between classes. You must be prepared to work hard, spending all day with children, and you must commit to work until at least the end of March 2018.
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