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ESL Teachers needed for small school in S/W Japan

Published: 25 Feb, 2019

The British English and New Dance Academy

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Japan, Sanyoonoda-shi
Full and part time

Job title

ESL Teacher

Job description

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

We presently have two full-time (6 or 12 month contract) and multiple part-time ESL Teacher openings in August/September of 2019.

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

Salary and benefits

Full Time Salary ¥235,000 to ¥250,000 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
• Apartment Key Money covered. Apartments all separate, with rents around ¥46,000 per month
• Paid holidays
• Small car provided for business and pleasure
• Work Visa sponsorship provided
• Work related accident insurance coverage


College diploma or University degree.

How to apply

If you are interested in our positions, please contact us soonest 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: OR
Tel: 81-836-84-2390
Fax: 81-836-84-6535
Google+ The British English and New Dance Academy. BENDA

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