Teach EFL in Japan (3)

Date posted:2012-08-20 | Writer: Nichii York Academy | Email: [email protected]

Nichii Gakkan, a leading company in the nursing and medical assistant field as well as the education field, is expanding its business and opening schools for people studying English as a second language. We are recruiting TEFL qualified Native and Non-Native English speaking instructors who can teach English to kids and adults, and also encourage them to learn with us. Benefits package includes a salary of around ¥250,000 per month, together with an incentive scheme. 

Job description and responsibilities
* Teach students using the established curriculum of company effectively, and offer attractive lessons for the students who come regularly
* Evaluate students properly
* Maintain students renewal
* Complete daily teaching record
* Attend the required meetings, seminars and activities

Working days and hours
Between 7:00 and 22:00 (Depends on the shift)
Full time: 8 hours/day, 40 hours/week, break not included
Part Time: Up to 109 hours/month
Holidays - According to company regulations

* Nationwide: We are able to entertain requests for preferred location, however, final work location is at the company's discretion. 

* English level: Native level
* Hold a Bachelor’s degree or higher from an English speaking country
* Visa Sponsorship available to successful candidates
* Be able to work for a minimum of one year

Desired personality
* Have an interest in Japanese culture
* Be willing to work with people from different countries
* Eager to adopt and learn new things
* Patience, friendly, flexible, active, careful and thoughtful
* Team player that proactively support others

Desired certificate
* TESOL, TEFL,CELTA experience of at least 120 hours or equivalent certificate

* Paid public transportation (Train)
* Full time employees must be enrolled in Employee health insurance (Shakai Hokken), welfare pension and unemployment insurance
* Nichii Gakkan union membership required
* Incentives offered
* Completion Bonus to qualified instructors  

To apply, contact us by e-mail at the address given on the job heading.

Tel: +81(0)120 -339-212

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 chapter helped to summarize the past tenses system and structure.Past tenses obviously relate to past time periods.Irregular past tense verbs can be a difficulty for many students of English.During the teaching I think the best way to remember these rules is to ask the students to say it out , and the teacher show it out. and ask the weak student if they don't understand.Practice makes perfect.This unit has taught me the different ways to incorporate new language into class activities. I have learnt how to introduce new language and what information to teach students about new vocabulary such as it's pronunciation, how it is used, how it is spelt and how it interacts with other words. Ive also learnt how the different teaching techniques fit into a typical English lesson in the classroom.