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Asia: English Teachers for Japan - Japan

Teach up to eight 40 minute lessons per day with students of all ages from kids to adults at our private language centres across Japan.


Town/ city location:                      

Number of TEFL/TESOL positions available:       

Start date, hours per week and length of contract:         
34-40 lessons per week. 12 month contracts.

 Pay, holidays and additional benefits: 

-Very competitive remuneration

- Flight reimbursement

- Contract completion bonus

-Company arranged accommodation

-Paid transportation to and from work

-Comprehensive training provided

-Visa sponsorship

Qualifications and Requirements:

Minimum level of Global English TESOL cert required
Any Global English TESOL Course but must also have a university degree to be able to obtain a working visa for Japan.

Nationality preferred:  
Native English speaker:(America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Ireland. (Also, S.Africa if first language and education is English)

Other qualifications (e.g. degree) or TEFL experience: 
University Degree

Reference: Jap6 - Enquire Now

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