Teach English in Japan
START DATE: 18 th May, 2015
SALARY: 275,000 yen /month, 5000 yen /month for health insurance costs
Position: English Teacher
Term: 1.5-year contract (Renewable)
Starting: 18 th May, 2015
Location: Kannami, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan
Salary: 275,000 yen /month, 5000 yen /month for health insurance costs
Requirements: University degree and TESL certification. Teaching experience preferred.
Teaching conversational English to adults, teens, and children (including “Parent & Baby” classes), both group and individual lessons at a friendly, family-oriented private school.
Teachers are expected to follow assigned curriculum and guidelines of the school, but are responsible for planning the details and delivery of their lessons independently and are encouraged to use their creativity in their teaching.
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