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Teacher Of English as a Foreign Language

Howdy Language School Published: July 27, 2015
   Asia
   Kyoto, Osaka, Japan
   Full-time

Description

Full-time position teaching English as a foreign language to ages 5 to adult, starting in September/October 2015.

40-hour week; 24 teaching hours.

Minimum one year contract. Renewable contract.

A typical day consists of two to three children's classes and two or three adults' classes. Children's classes are up to six students, adults' classes are up to four students. Duties include daily preparation of lesson plans based on the school's curriculum.

Furnished apartment within walking distance included at a cost of 62,000 yen per month (~US$500). Paid vacation. Health insurance. Salary is competitive at 300,000 yen per month (~US$2,400-US$2,600).

We are interested in candidates with 2-3 years experience in the ESL/EFL field who hold university degrees in English, Linguistics, a Foreign Language, Education or any other related field. Candidates must be genuinely interested in teaching children, including young children. They must have outstanding oral and communications skills, possess a solid knowledge of English grammar and be excellent conversationalists.

Qualifications

  • University degree in English, Education, a Foreign Language, Teaching English as a Foreign Language or any other related field.
  • Two to three years experience teaching English required.

Materials needed to Apply

Please send your resume and cover letter with information about yourself to Sandra Morimoto at sandramorimoto@howdyls.com

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