Full Time EFL Teacher Needed in Western Japan

Date posted:2018-06-07 | Writer: Ube Foreign Language Center | Email: [email protected]

Ube Foreign Language Center(Founded 1974) is seeking TEFL qualified European or American teachers, for a one-year contract in western Japan beginning on Aug.1st , 2018. We currently have 2 foreign teachers from U.S.A. Students range from children to adults. Working hours at the center are from 3:30 to 9:05 pm. Monday to Friday. Some classes are held outside regular working hours. Saturday and Sunday are always vacation days and there are 4 weeks paid holidays a year.

PAY/ BENEFITS:

*270,000 yen/month.

*A furnished 1K apartment is available with very low rent. (32,000 yen/mo.)

*National health insurance provided

*Visa sponsorship available

*A return ticket is provided as a bonus for teachers arriving from outside of Japan after full completion of a one-year contract.

TO APPLY:

Please send the following documents to the email address given on the job heading:

*Resume with cover letter and photo

*Photocopy of passport (main pages)

*College diploma and official transcripts (if available when applying) photocopies okay, (4 year university/college graduate).

*TEFL certification, experience preferred.

Not required: Driver's License.

Ube Foreign Language Center

Ube City

Hall 1-1-1

Yamaguchi Prefecture

Japan

CONTACT:

Ms. Sarah (Personnel Manager)

Tel & Fax: 0836-33-6750

 

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