Japan: Well-paid part-time position, private house and car provided

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in Japan

START DATE: late March 2015
SALARY: Monthly earnings range from 120,000 to 180,000 yen based on skills and workload.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
We offer:
Adequate pay, housing and transportation to live in Japan.
Ample free time to enjoy the lifestyle or travel.

We are:
A small, family-operated English conversation school.
Seeking a friendly and resourceful teacher or trainee to start in late March 2015.
Located in Rural Hyogo, 2-3 hours from Kobe, Osaka & Kyoto with nice beaches and hot spring resorts nearby.

Light schedule:
1-5 classes/day from Tuesday evening to Friday morning.
Typically 9-12 weekly in-house conversation classes (children and adults).
Additional work opportunities if the teacher can drive and work independently.

Compensation package:
A centrally-located and equipped 4-room house (rent-free, teacher pays utilities).
Exclusive use of a car (teacher pays gasoline and a small insurance fee).
Monthly earnings range from 120,000 to 180,000 yen based on skills and workload.
*In-house classes pay 2000 to 2500 yen during an initial training period. The rate is increased to 3000 yen once the teacher is able to work independently (usually within 1-3 months). Off-site work may pay more.

REQUIREMENTS:
Basic Requirements:
Native speaker of English
Ability to plan lessons and develop teaching materials under our guidance
Work visa or working holiday visa.
*You may be eligible for a working holiday visa depending on your age and nationality. Unfortunately, we cannot sponsor a visa for this position.

Valuable attributes:
Experience or interest in Japanese language and culture.
Experience in teaching or learning languages.
Creativity, enthusiasm, outgoing personality

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Contact:
Adam Crosby
[email protected]

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