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ESL Teacher required Feb/Mar 2020

Published: 2 Jan, 2020

The British English and New Dance Academy

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Japan, Sanyoonoda-shi
Full time

Job title


Job description

“The British English and New Dance Academy (BENDA)” A small Culture School based in Sanyoonoda-shi, Yamaguchi-prefecture.

We presently have one Full Time (6 or 12 month contract) and multiple Part Time ESL Teacher openings in February/March of 2020.

We teach a wide range of classes and students of all ages and fluency.

Work Visa sponsorship provided

Salary and benefits

Full-time salary ¥225,000 to 235,000 for 98 hours monthly teaching schedule
Part-time salary ¥2,200 to 2,500 per hour
6 month contract completion bonus ¥10,000
12 month contract completion bonus ¥20,000

Work related accident insurance coverage

Apartment Key Money covered. Apartments all separate, with rents from ¥40,000 to 45,000 per month

Paid holidays

Small car provided for business and pleasure


College Diploma or University Degree

How to apply

If you are interested in our positions, please contact us with the following documents:

Copies of university/college/teaching diplomas
Copy of resume
Copy of relevant passport pages
Copy of your national driver’s license or international driver’s license
Copy of a recent photograph

We can be reached at - /

Tel: 81-836-84-2390
Fax: 81-836-84-6535
Facebook: https://
Google+: The British English and New Dance Academy. BENDA

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