NON-TENURED ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS (2).
Full-time, eight 90-minute lessons/week, classes over 4 days/week, most classes twice/week (M/Thur or Tue/F), some classes once/week. Non-tenured position. Classes include: Required Listening & Speaking and Required Reading & Writing courses; Discussion, Presentation, and Academic Writing; Electives such as TOEIC/TOEFL, Career English, Grammar, Interactive English, Practical English, Pronunciation, Presentation, Debate; Career English and Critical Thinking Minor courses; Intercultural Understanding Minor courses. Other duties include weekly office hours, attending monthly teachers' meetings, working on committees and special events. Native English speaker, MA (TEFL, TESL, Applied Linguistics or related area), and three years teaching experience at the college/university level in Japan required. PhD (TEFL, TESL, Applied Linguistics or related area), TESL/ESL, teaching or RSA certification, publications in TEFL, TESL, Linguistics or a related field, and conversational Japanese speaking ability preferred. APPLICANT MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN JAPAN. Will sponsor or renew visa. Accommodation: 15,000yen/month housing allowance. Paid holidays, paid vacation, health insurance (automatically deducted from salary), transportation allowance, and 330,000yen/year research allowance (exception being first year for teachers starting in September). One-year initial contract, renewable up to a total of six years. Application deadline
October 18, 2010. Position begins April, 2011. Apply by postal mail with cover letter (no more than one page long detailing your interest and qualifications), CV/resume, recent photo, list of publications, publications (copies of three major publications from those listed on your CV), copies of diploma(s) and teaching certificate(s) (originals must be brought to interview), transcripts, two letters of recommendation, two sample syllabi for a university English course --especially combined skills courses (e.g. Reading and Writing), and photocopy of current visa. "Application materials will NOT be returned. Selection Process: Upon review of documents, selected candidates will receive notification for interviews at the Foreign Language Center in early November. It is therefore important that you list current contact information (email and phone numbers) on your CV. Interviewees are responsible for travel expenses to and from the interview, and those interviewed must bring their original diplomas with them." Contact Mr. Satoshi Tanaka, Group 1 Chair, Foreign Language Center (FLC). Foreign Language Center, Tokai University, Shonan Campus. 4-1-1 Kitakaname, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa 259-1292.
Inquiries only (no applications):
Ms. Melody Elliott, Group 1 Vice-Chair, Foreign Language Center (FLC).