Full-time and Part-time EFL Teachers Needed in Narita, Japan

Date posted:2011-11-08 | Writer: Omni International English | Email: [email protected]

Omni International English is looking for full time and part time EFL teachers who are available for an immediate start. Candidates should have experience teaching young children -a genuine love of children -a genuine interest in Japan - be able to work in a team environment -flexible (to the demands of the job) - have a kind and outgoing personality with a great sense of humor (as this is very important when teaching children). Benefits package dependent on whether teachers are full time or part time and sign for a 4 month or 12 month contract. 

CONTRACT:  4months-12 months through to March 30th 2012 or October 30, 2012.   SALARY: Full time: Each teacher will receive 250,000 yen per month. Part time: 12,000 -15,000 yen/ day or 3,000 yen/ hour HOURS: Full time: 25 hours/week, with approx. 5 weeks paid holiday per year. Part time:5 hours /day , 3-4 hours / day with no paid holiday

APARTMENT: 43,000 yen per month.

WORKING VISA: Sponsorship is provided for full time teachers.

REQUIREMENTS A native English speaker either from the USA, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia or New Zealand -Must have a University degree - with Young Learners TEFL certification a definite advantage.

We are a small private school in Narita, Japan. For more information and to apply, please send an e-mail with CV/resume, two recent photos to the address given on the job heading.  

Omni International English
Noriyo Matsumaru 527 Hanazaki-cho,
Narita, Chiba,

Phone: 0476-22-023

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit covered troubleshooting common problems that may arise in the classroom, including mixed levels, first lessons, reluctant students, use of the native language, large classes, and difficulty with listening pieces. I learned about the kinds of activities that could be used in first lessons and the beginning of classes in order to build rapport and get students in the mood for language learning.Because I learned the past tenses more than 10 years ago, this unit helped me to review the rules on past tenses. The unit was very easy to read through and well-explained. Also, the sample activate teaching ideas were very helpful. I especially found the ideas for teaching the past perfect illuminating because I did not know how to approach teaching this tense until I read the explanation in the unit.