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TEACH IN JAPAN with ECC celebrating 55 years strong
Date 2017-08-17 20:08:30 Location : Asia:Japan
ECC, celebrating our 55th anniversary has experienced steady growth and now has more than 150 campuses throughout Japan. ECC strives to promote a spirit of multiculturalism represented by a team of 15 different nationalities with over 650 native English speakers.
· Native English Speaker.
· Bachelor's Degree or above.
· Must be able to work for at least one year
ECC CONTRACT AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
For the individual seeking overseas employment, finding a reliable employer is paramount.
ECC, therefore, would like to reassure you that we offer the most progressive contract package among English conversation schools. We have a reputation for being a very supportive and reliable employer and many of our teachers have gravitated here from other schools. We offer a 35-hour workweek where other companies offer 40 hours for the similar salary, we offer two to four weeks more vacation than our competitors and the support we offer is comprehensive. We are sure that you, like our current teaching team, will find your time with ECC a satisfying and rewarding experience.
comprehensive paid training and in-house lesson plans
a fixed 5-day work week
70,000 yen flight stipend
commuting expenses fully reimbursement
housing/accommodation arrangements and support
competitive salary of 270,000 yen based on a 35-hour work week (approximately 25 to 28 hours of in-class teaching)
annual performance based salary stipend
extensive paid time off (134 paid days off per full academic year)
Japanese social, health and pension benefits