Teaching in Japan. Assistant Language Teacher(ALT)

in ALT/English Teaching
It’s never too early to apply for a job teaching in public Japanese schools. We are looking for native-level English teachers who wish to enrich the lives of elementary and junior high school students. The new school year will start in April 2016, and we will have positions all over the Kanto area starting in April, May, or June. Locations include Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, Ibaraki, Kanagawa, Shizuoka, Gunma, Tochigi, Yamanashi, and Iwate. Positions are basically 5 days a week (Monday through Friday), but there are a few positions with occasional Saturday work. We also have some part-time opportunities as well in the Tokyo area. Working hours vary depending on the position but follow basic public school hours. The main duties of an ALT are to provide fun and effective English lessons and internationalize Japanese youth. It is important for ALTs to help bridge this gap by giving students first-hand knowledge and experience of different cultures, as well as providing fun and effective English lessons. Although teaching is an important part of the job, essentially teachers get to play and have fun with students and get paid for it! Many teachers play sports and games, or join clubs like kendo, judo, soccer, and so on after school. Basic Requirements: - Native-level English ability - Hold or be able to get a BA/BS degree from a university (or equivalent) before your starting date. - Basic Japanese speaking ability (or at least a desire to learn) - Some teaching experience or experience working with children - Desire and ability to live and work in a foreign country and thus be independent *Although these are not strict requirements, those who meet these requirements will be given preference. Benefits: - Sponsorship available - No limit on contract renewals - Company accommodations can be arranged for most locations outside of Tokyo. - If driving is required, we can lend a company car for a nominal fee. - Company coordinators always available to help with issues between teachers and schools.
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