Looking for Full-time TEFL Teacher in Fukui City, Japan

Date posted:2008-09-03 | Writer: Will Be English School | Email: [email protected]

We are currently looking for qualified applicants for a Full-time ESL teacher in Fukui city. The position starts from November 1st, 2008. If you are interested in the position , please read the details below. We look forward to hearing from you!

Terms of Employment

1. Position: Full-time English Teacher 2. Contract: One-year renewable contract 3. 5 days a week with two consecutive days off(Sundays/Mondays off) 4. Working hours: From 1:00PM to 10:00PM including one hour lunch break 5. Salary: Start from 250,000yen a month 5. Working place: Fukui city


1. Visa sponsorship is available. 2. 7 to 9 days off during New year's holiday and Golden week holiday(Around the end of April) 3. Have all Japanese National Holidays off. 4. 14 extra paid holidays 5. One year contract completion bonus: 100,000 yen. 6. Rent: 32,000 yen a month plus utilities. 7. We will pay key money, deposits, and real estate fees for the apartment.


1. Native speaker of English 2. College/university degree 3. Qualified with TESOL/TEFL/CELTA certification.  4. Able to overcome any cultural barriers

Application Package Please e-mail to the e-mail address given on the job heading page.

1. CV/ resume(including date of birth, marital status and nationality) 2. Cover letter 3. A recent picture 4. A reference/recommendation(preferably from an employer or professor)

Consideration will only be given to applicants who submit a complete application package.

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 was very helpful. It was good to get to compare what works and what doesn't work side by side, and too be able to see what is effective and ineffective. I found myself recognizing the things the teacher was doing in the first video and correcting him in my head, and in the second video I found things that I want to try to emulate, like the way he calls all of his students by name and laughs with them.The content of this unit provided me with a great overview of the present tense. I mostly appreciated the way it was outlined, with very concise examples of each present tense and its usage with example sentences. The 'common mistakes that students often make' section is very helpful, as it immediately makes you aware of the difficult intricacies of English grammar. I also found the teaching ideas very helpful.