Full time: Each teacher will receive 250,000 yen` per month.
Part time: 150,000yen `200,000 yen.
OMNI INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH is looking for full time or part time teacher.
CONTRACT: @12 months.
: Starting March25th or April 1st 2012 through to March 30th.
Full time: 25 hours/week, with approx. 5 weeks paid holiday per year.
Part time:15 hours ~ 20hours / week , with no paid holiday
50,000 yen ~ 65,000 yen per month. (Furnished)
Sponsorship is provided for full time teacher.
A native English speaker either from the USA, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia or New Zealand
-Must have a University degree
-Experience with young children
-A genuine love of children
-A genuine interest in Japan
-Able to work in a team environment
-Flexible (to the demands of the job)
- Have a kind and outgoing personality
- A great sense of humor (as this is very important when teaching children)
-International Drivers License/ Japanese Drivers License
We are a small private school in Narita, Japan.
For more information about the local area and school refer to the following links;Town: http://www.nrtk.jp/School: http://www.omni-international.jp/
Please send an e-mail with
-two recent photos (head shot and full body)
-2 referees (ex employers, teaching related if possible. A teacher trainer from your TEFL course would also be acceptable as one of the referees)
Addressed to Marty or Noriyo Matsumaru
Omni International English
527 Hanazaki-cho, Narita, Chiba, Japan
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