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Part-time English Teacher in Kansai Area

Job Information

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Job Type
English Teacher
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Work type
PartTime
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Location
Hyogo All Areas / Nara All Areas / Kyoto All Areas / Osaka All Areas
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Wage
Minimum ¥3500/h

Job Requirement

Japanese level
None
English level
Native

*Must speak native level of English
*Must currently reside in Kansai area in Japan (Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo, Shiga, Nara etc)
*Must hold a valid Japanese visa with work permit
*Must have 3 years of English teaching experience
*Must have a bachelor's degree or higher
*Visa sponsorship is NOT available

Job Description

ISA is looking for some experienced English Teachers for our intensive English programs for JHS/SHS students in June!
If you are interested and available, please apply!
We look forward to receiving your application.

There are several intensive English programs in June.

Program 1 (3-day Intensive English Program)
Dates: June 12th (Wed), 13th (Thu) & 14th (Fri)
Time: 9:40-15:05
Location: At a school in Sakai city, Osaka prefecture
Total Paid Hours: 15 hours

Program 2 (2-day Intensive English Program)
Dates: June 14th (Fri) & 15th (Sat)
Time: 8:45-14:45
Location: At a school in Takarazuka city, Hyogo prefecture
Total Paid Hours: 10 hours

Program 3 (3-day Intensive English Program)
Dates & Time:
June 20th (Thu) 8:50-16:10
June 21st (Fri) 8:50-15:10
June 22nd (Sat) 8:50-12:40
Location: At a school in Osaka city, Osaka prefecture
Total Paid Hours: Around 17 hours

=NOTES=
1) Students: Junior High school / Senior High School
2) Short break & Lunch break will be included in the time above (non-paid)
3) You may enjoy having lunch with the participants (1000 yen before tax per day will be provided for this)
4) Transportation cost will be reimbursed with your salary

About Company

ISA plans and organizes various domestic intensive English programs with experienced non-Japanese English teachers. The programs are held both in school and outside of school targeted towards elementary, junior high, and high school Japanese students. These programs place emphasis on improving English communication skills, fostering self-confidence and enhancing student interest in global society.

In 2016, ISA implemented about 300 programs to more than 20,000 young Japanese students.

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