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Teach English 1-to-1 in Japan **San Diego, Houston Recruitment Events**

Published: 6 Sep, 2018
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Gaba Corporation

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Japan, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka
Full and part time

Job title

EFL Teacher

Job description

Are you interested in making the move to Japan?

• We are seeking enthusiastic and unique individuals to teach quality, customized 1 to 1 English lessons for adult students
• Teach in a major metropolitan area [including Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya]
• Design your own flexible schedule to make the most of your Japan experience
• Work in a professional international environment with certification and ongoing support
• Career opportunities are available

Global Recruiting Events
If you are living in or near any of the following locations, please come along to one of our Information Seminars to meet a recruiter and learn more about Gaba:

San Diego - Sept 22nd 2018 (Weekend Daytime)
Houston - Sept 24th 2018 (Weekend Evening)

Salary and benefits

1,500 yen per lesson (40 mins) starting rate, with the potential to increase your pay rate to 2,200 yen per lesson maximum. Higher rates for offsite corporate lessons/ sales lessons (not mandatory), and monthly incentives for teaching larger schedules (automatic). Chances for involvement in voice recording, podcasts, and career opportunities available.

Choose your own schedule monthly

Gaba maintains a professional businesslike environment - you will teach adults and be treated as an adult.


We are looking for applicants who possess the following:

• Solid people skills
• Good command of the English language
• Ability to work independently
• Desire to live and work in Japan
• TEFL/ TESOL certification or ESL experience preferred

See our website for other requirements:

How to apply

Apply via our site (link at the top) or CLICK HERE TO APPLY NOW

Registration for all events is available on our website here:

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