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Winter School Teachers Needed

Kspace International School Published: November 12, 2015
   Asia
   Tokyo, Japan
   Full-time

Description

Kspace International School (Shirokanedai) is currently seeking experienced and qualified staff members to be a part of our staff for our upcoming Winter School during the weeks from December 14th until December 30th, 2015.

Kspace runs a range of busy and highly successful services, ranging from one of Tokyo's most vibrant pre-schools to parent & child classes, private tuition, EFL courses, and even tailored birthday parties. All programmes have a strong emphases on fun and creativity, and we offer our team a bright and lively atmosphere to work in. Our programmes cater for children aged 14 months to eight years old and some positions may involve working with very young age groups.

Musical and artistic talents are especially useful and applicants with a music ear/ability to play an instrument will receive special consideration.

 

Daily pay rate: 15,000 yen

 

Qualifications

We welcome applications from teachers who are;

a) Energetic and willing to work across a broad spectrum of classes with a flexible approach.
b) Able to create exciting lesson plans, and bring enthusiasm to the classroom setting daily.
c) Great communicators who are able to conduct themeselves in a professional manner when dealing with coworkers and parents
d) Have experience with EFL students and can teach well on both a 1:1 basis and manage groups.

Materials needed to Apply

Resume, Cover Letter (with photo)

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