Assistant Language Teachers in Tokyo and Kanto, Japan! (from April 2020)

Published: 9 Oct, 2019

Heart Corporation

Visit website   gene.carlson@heart-school.jp
Japan, Tokyo, Yokohama, Saitama, Kanto Region
Full and part time

Job title

Assistant Language Teacher (ALT)

Job description

Do you want to work and live in Japan? Are you interested in having an immersive experience in Japanese culture while building your skills? Do you work best in a team? If you have a passion for teaching and want to kick-start your career in Japan, Heart Corporation is looking for Assistant Language Teachers (ALT) to team teach with Japanese English teachers at public schools for April 2020 - March 2021.

Positions will be available in Tokyo, Yokohama, Saitama, Chiba and the northern Kanto region.

The main responsibilities include:
• Fun and exciting English lessons for students aged nine to fifteen
• Team teaching and collaborative lesson planning
• Creating materials and games for elementary and/or junior high school students
• Motivating students to learn English
• Participating in school life

Salary and benefits

Salary: 9,000 - 13,000 yen/day (location-dependent)

• Visa sponsorship and renewal available
• Paid holiday after six months
• Orientation and online training
• Online lesson plans and other support
• Bilingual office staff to help you navigate school life and more

Requirements

• Native or native-like proficiency in English
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent
• Japanese ability is welcome, but not necessary
• Must hold or be eligible for an appropriate visa

How to apply

Send a copy of your resume or CV to - gene.carlson@heart-school.jp
We look forward to hearing from you!

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