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Native Full-Time Instructor for Jnr./Snr. High School in Kyoto from April

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Company

OTC Inc., (株式会社オーティーシー)

Job ID

140135

Location

Kyoto

Industry

Education / Teaching

Function

Teacher, Instructor (ELT, Conversational English)

Work Type

Full Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)

Salary

¥265,000 / Month

  • Plus completion bonus

REQUIREMENTS

  • English: Native level
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Must have more than one year teaching experience
  • Must have an appropriate visa for work
  • Must have a degree from an accredited university
  • Visa sponsorship available

DESCRIPTION

OTC, Japan’s leading corporate language training company, is looking for a dedicated native English instructor from April 1st, 2021. This posting is for a full-time position at a combined junior and senior high school in Kyoto City.

Contract Period: April 1, 2021- March 31, 2022

Working Days: Monday to Friday 

Working Hours: 8:25-16:20

No. of Teaching Hours: A maximum of 20 teaching hours/week

Salary: 265,000 yen per month, completion bonus payment at the end of the contract term

Travel Expenses: Fully reimbursed from your home to the school

A qualified candidate for the position should:

1) Be a native speaker of English with a degree from an accredited university.

2) Have more than 1 year experience teaching English as a TEFL instructor, with preference given to teaching experience at a junior high or high school in Japan.

3) Already be residing in the Kansai area.

Required documents for the initial interview:

1) Passport

2) Residence Card

3) University diploma

4) Any additional teaching certification

5) A hard copy of your updated resume

Please send your application using the Gaijin Pot resume submission system. It is highly recommended that you include a photo. Also, please include the location of your nearest train station in the cover letter.

Please note that only candidates who will advance to the interview stage will be contacted.

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