Native conversation teacher wanted
Date 2013-07-11 09:07:21 Location : Asia:Japan
Native Conversation Teacher Wanted
Full time: Approx 35h/week 250,000 yen/month. Team teaching approach.
Located in Kazo city Saitama prefecture (50km from Tokyo &30min from Omiya ).
Teacher must obtain or posses a WORKING HOLIDAY VISA.(We do not sponsor visas)
BA, ESL experience & experience teaching both children and adults preferred.
Must be energetic and enthusiastic.
Furnished apartment(rent42,000yen/month paid by the teacher)provided.
Over 3weeks paid vacation.
1 year contract.
Position begins Sep,2013.
Apply with letter of introduction, resume, recent photo and photocopy of passport(for the proof of nationality and age)
Contact: Teruhiro Takenouchi at INTERSECT School of Foreign Language.(founded 1992) 1-9-23 Kazo city Saitama Japan 347-0056
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