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TEACH ENGLISH TO CHILDREN IN JAPAN!


Date 2013-11-04 09:11:27 Location : Asia:Japan


TEACH ENGLISH TO CHILDREN IN JAPAN! INTERVIEW IN CHICAGO, LOS ANGELES AND TORONTO!

INTERVIEW IN CHICAGO, IL FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6th, 2013 – APPLY TO AMITY TORONTO

ON-GOING INTERVIEWS IN LOS ANGELES AND TORONTO

Amity Corporation is a leading English conversation educator for children in Japan. Amity has provided international teaching opportunities for more than a decade at 80 branch schools throughout Japan.

Amity is seeking enthusiastic and motivated professionals who enjoy working with children. Qualifications include:

*Having a BA/BS degree (all majors considered) from an accredited university

*Being a native speaker of English (candidates must have completed all of their elementary and secondary education in English only)

*Having an outgoing and child-friendly personality

*Experience working with children (especially babies and pre-school aged children) considered an asset

*Sales/customer service experience considered an asset

*Teaching experience helpful but not a requirement

Candidates must also possess good communication skills, and be approachable and open-minded to cultural differences. Candidates must also be creative and have a willingness to learn Amity’s teaching methods in addition to improving their own teaching skills. Japanese language ability helpful but not necessary.

Amity Corporation offers a competitive salary, visa sponsorship, subsidized housing and more.

Or email the following documents to the nearest Amity office:

• Current resume

• One-page essay titled, "Why I Want to Teach English to Children in Japan" (500 + word minimum)

Resumes sent without an essay will not be considered.