English Teacher for Kids needed in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture
Applicant should be honest and interested in education. An ideal teacher is passionate about teaching kids, loves to be in the classroom, enjoys the process of learning themselves, is trustworthy, patient, has a sense of humor, flexible, a good team player, dependable, and supportive of those around them.
Located in Takamatsu City, Kagawa-ken, Japan, englishbiz is a group of six language schools that serve this area. Takamatsu is a beautiful city on Shikoku facing the Seto Sea. Urban, yet away from the concrete jungles of Tokyo and Osaka to have many natural places to enjoy too.
Work details: starting salary from 240,000/month, travel allowance, health insurance subsidy, incentive cash for good work, annual salary increases, assistance with setting up housing, and proper support for classes. No work on national holidays, paid vacation, and teachers do not do any “performing” (dancing, singing, jumping about, game playing, costume wearing, tag-team wrestling, balloon throwing, or ribbon twirling). Our teachers TEACH. We teach real English for kids because they need it, so we need to do it right. Our curriculum is carefully designed to engage and instruct. We need a couple new teammates to help bring our program to the kids. We value teamwork, cooperation, positivity. If you think we are the right school for you, and you the right member for our team, please contact us.
Start days are a little flexible, but we need to move quickly. Please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. This page, http://englishbiznewteachers.weebly.com , is our new teacher recruitment page so take a look at it to get sense of our school and philosophy. Your application needs to contain your CV, recent photo, passport copy, and any other important information you think we need to have. If you live in Japan, we are particularly interested in talking with you, so please include a copy of your Alien registration card and proof of a valid visa for you to be and work in Japan.
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