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Date 2012-12-25 21:12:06 Location : Asia:Japan

Interac, Japan's largest private provider of ALTs, is seeking applications from native English speakers currently residing outside Japan for ALT positions starting in late-March 2013.



1. You must be a native-level speaker of English

2. You must have acquired an education delivered in English for at least 12 years

3. You must have graduated (or be about to graduate) from a university with at least a bachelor's degree

4. You must be professional in all aspects of behavior

5. You must be a team-player, flexible, cheerful and energetic

It is favorable to your application, but not a requirement, if you:

1. Have teaching experience

2. Have a teaching qualification (eg. CELTA, DELTA, TEFL etc)

3. Have the experience of studying a second language at school or university

4. Can speak some basic Japanese

5. Hold a driver's license



Interac ALTs work in Japanese schools – elementary, junior high and high schools (Interac’s clients). ALTs are the face of the global community and have an important role in helping and supporting students to broaden their horizons and develop international understanding. ALTs are also role models in the wider school community.

Interac ALTs can expect to teach the class on their own, with the presence of a Japanese teacher for classroom management. Even though there are three types of Japanese school, an Interac ALT can reasonably expect to teach in at least two. Currently, the most common combination is an elementary/junior high school ALT with a majority of their time teaching at junior high school level.

All Interac ALTs are encouraged to take an active role in their school and wider community. Getting involved in school and community activities will really enhance your life in Japan.