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Business/School English Instructor (Starting March/April 2019)
Searching for a unique, CV boosting start to your career? Interested in experiencing Japanese culture first-hand? Excited by the chance to live and work in amazing Tokyo?
We are looking for a highly organised, hardworking individual with excellent personable and communicative skills to join our team of 130 instructors.
You will teach (depending on your background) several types of English communication courses (management, engineering, pharmaceutical, computer services, healthcare services, order-made, as well as general business communication skills) to employees selected by our corporate clients in Japanese industry, as well as to officials from national government ministries and agencies. You will also conduct English language lessons as an Assistant Language Teacher for young learners in public primary and secondary schools.
You will be offered an annual, renewable contract that includes:
• Extensive training and support
• Visa sponsorship
• Paid vacations
• Subsidized health insurance payments (Japan’s national plan covers 70% of medical/dental fees),
• Contract fulfillment bonus
• Comprehensive assistance with your work-visa submission, hotel and other arrival arrangements, finding accommodation and other settling-in challenges.You will earn at least ¥3m annually depending on your background, work experience, and performance.A minimum requirement when submitting documentation for securing your work-visa approval is a BA/BS degree certificate from an accredited university and sponsorship by IES. A teaching qualification and/or TESOL/CELTA certification while advantageous is not mandatory, with equal consideration given to each candidate’s personality, educational background, and work experience.Please email your cover letter, outlining your reasons for wanting to work for IES in Japan, and CV (pdf file) to Robert Strachan in Tokyo; firstname.lastname@example.org.