Now seeking English and Spanish teachers for Peace Boat's Fall 2020 Global Voyages!

Published: 28 Jan, 2020

GET Universal at Peace Boat

Visit website   getprogramme@peaceboat.gr.jp
Japan, Tokyo
Temporary

Job title

ESL/EFL TEACHER

Job description

Now seeking English and Spanish teachers for Peace Boat's Fall 2020 Global Voyages!

Interested in traveling for a good cause? Join Peace Boat for the adventure of a lifetime!

We are seeking teachers with a passion for peace-building and international exchanges! Peace Boat's GET Programme is now accepting applications for volunteer English and Spanish language teachers for the 105th Global Voyage and Peace Boat 2’s: 2nd Global Voyage.

The GET Programme is Peace Boat’s language training programme on board its ships, the Ocean Dream and Zenith. Volunteers travel with our students on board, teaching them practical English and Spanish through GET’s task-based learning approach. Teachers themselves have the chance to learn from onboard guest educators, consisting of academics, peace-builders, sustainability campaigners, entertainers and more, all while circumventing the entire earth by sea!

105th Global Voyage – Departs Yokohama on August 19, 2020*, returns December 3, 2020. See the full voyage itinerary here: https://peaceboat.org/english/voyage/105th-global-voyage

PB2: 2nd Global Voyage – Departs Yokohama August 27, 2020* and returns December 10, 2020. See the full voyage itinerary here: https://peaceboat.org/english/voyage/zenith-2nd-global-voyage

*For Spanish teachers: Please note that all teacher-related GET Programme administrative activities and correspondence are conducted in English. All application material, with the exception of actual Spanish-language lesson content, should be presented in English.

**All successful applicants must be able to attend the pre-voyage orientation to be held in Tokyo roughly one week before the official departure date.

Please download the Application Pack above for position requirements and detailed application instructions.

Applications are due by 18:00 JST on March 20, 2020. International interviews will be held via Skype between April 13-17, and national interviews will be held at our offices in Tokyo on April 18-19. Applicants attending interviews in Tokyo are not required to submit self-introduction or demonstration lesson videos.

Applicants living in Japan but unable to travel to Tokyo at that time may request an online interview, but must then follow international applicant procedures. Please see our application pack for details.

VIDEO:
Learn about why you should apply for the GET Programme directly from past teachers: https://vimeo.com/320435083

Conditions of employment:
This position is for enthusiastic, highly motivated, dynamic individuals with a minimum of 18 months of full-time teaching experience. Applicants should be highly advanced speakers of English or Spanish, although it is not necessary to be a 'native' or 'first language' speaker. Certification, graduate degrees and/or multi-language abilities are highly regarded, though not required.

Please note: this is a volunteer position, but voyage expenses are covered (valued at approximately 1.7 million JPY or 15,300 USD).

Salary and benefits

Please note: this is a volunteer position, but voyage expenses are covered (valued at approximately 1.7 million JPY or 15,300 USD).

Requirements

18 months of full-time teaching experience is required.

This position is for enthusiastic, highly motivated, dynamic individuals with a minimum of 18 months of full-time teaching experience. Applicants should be highly advanced speakers of English or Spanish, although it is not necessary to be a 'native' or 'first language' speaker. Certification, graduate degrees and/or multi-language abilities are highly regarded, though not required.

How to apply

Please download the application pack available on our website: peaceboat.org/english/volunteer/GET-volunteer

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