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Published: 26 Dec, 2020


Visit website   mark@consocio.jp
USA, Online
Full and part time

Job title

Online ESL Instructor and Associate

Job description

Consocio is an online English school based in Tokyo, Japan that was founded in 2008 and specializes in one-on-one English lessons. Consocio’s lessons are based on interactive conversation and discussion, learning new expressions and corrections in a way that helps students experience the fun and dynamism of communication with people from around the world. Teachers at Consocio are fun and motivated to help students improve their English proficiency, reach their goals, pass exams, support success at work, and engage in interesting conversation. We place an emphasis on teachers that can listen to our students, and engage in interesting discussions and conversations.

We are looking for a qualified part-time ESL tutor that is available on the weekends to teach and be online for 3 hours. The available time slots include:
-6-9am EST on Saturday and Sunday
-7-10pm EST on Friday and Saturday

At Consocio, we offer:
A friendly work environment: We are supportive, easy to talk to, there are opportunities for feedback and collaboration, and we are available for meetings.
Training opportunities: Hands on training, a variety of different lesson curricula (Medical English, exam preparation, young learners, etc.)
Dedicated students: Students have lessons weekly, are committed to their education, and are excited to learn.
Consistent classes: A set schedule, with lessons weekly, along with one-off lessons that can be booked by students in advance.


BA/BS from US/Canada/UK university
Reliable Internet
Desktop/laptop and webcamera

How to apply

Please forward a resume and brief introduction letter.

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