Qualified EFL Teachers Needed in Japan

Date posted:2014-04-02 | Writer: The Queen’s Language School | Email: [email protected]

The Queen’s in Japan is looking for qualified EFL teachers who are available for an immediate stat. We expect candidates to teach English in their own way based on knowledge and experience, to chat at the salon in order to improve customers' speaking skills, and to broaden their horizons in Japan through not only customers but also visiting various places.


Candidates must have TESOL, TEFL, CELTA or equivalent qualification. Candidates must also have at least BA degree due to work visa requirement.

Candidates also must have experience with children and teaching very young learners.

Our students range in age from 1 year old to 60s, and in purpose from hobby to business and academic such as IELTS and TOEFL.

As teachers, only candidates who meet the above criteria will be considered for the position.


The Queen’s offers a gross salary of 250,000 yen per month, including rent, gas, electricity, and water + 25 paid holidays including sick days.

For visa concern, we are quite happy to change your tourist visa to working visa at the immigration office in Japan.

We are happy to grant you a coming air ticket up to 50,000 yen subject to six month completion. Of course, at the end of one year working visa, we promise to give you a return ticket!!

We offer you flexible holiday scheduling with request in advance.

You can contact us at the email address given on the job heading for further information.

The Queen’s

2-47-2 Ebisucho,


Himeji, 671-1136


Telephone:  0081 792304181

Fax: 0081 792304182

Contact person: Osamu Fukuda, CEO

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.


Unit 19 reviews the teaching of various class types: multilingual classes, one-on-one, beginner classes, adult classes, business English classes, et cetera. I learned a lot of specific strategies for each class type -- and I learned that it is crucial to avoid using the students' native tongue. I also learned about the differences in the learning process when working with adults versus children.Teaching methods are varied and no one method is perfect but rather a combination of methods have to be utilized and tested based on an the teachers understanding of the caliber and type of students in the class.It is important to always have the students motivated to learn correctly. This motivation can be accomplished through various word games, videos, readings and role playing to name a few.