Management Trainee - Link Interac

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Job Function:

Education, Training

Industry:

Education, Teaching, Training, Coaching

Type:

Contract

Employer Type:

Direct Hire

Location:

Tokyo, Tokyo 

Salary:

from 3.3 million

Salary Type:

per year

Visa Sponsorship Available:

Yes

Restricted to Domestic Applicants?:

Japan only

English Language Requirement:

Fluent

Japanese Language Requirement:

Conversational Level

Posted:

Dec 21, 2017
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Job Requirements:

Program Entry Requirements
  • 2 years teaching experience with at least one of those years as an ALT.
  • JLPT N3 or equivalent Japanese ability.
  • Long term (at least 5 years) commitment to living and working in Japan with the Interac Group.
  • Flexibility - spend up to 4 months anywhere in Japan during the MT Training Program and flexibility to be assigned anywhere in Japan on completion of the program.
  • Professional in all aspects of behavior and outstanding interpersonal communication skills.
  • A valid Japanese driver’s license.
It would be advantageous for candidates to have:
  • At least 1 year prior experience in a business environment, any industry.

Job Description:

A Management Trainee (MT) with Link Interac Group, Japan’s largest private provider of assistant language teachers (ALTs) to elementary, junior and senior high schools nationwide, is an opportunity unlike any other offered in the education industry. As Link Interac continues to grow the need for skilled and dedicated staff will also increase. MTs will form the core of the company’s next generation of leaders. All positions start in April 2018.

More specifically, the MT Program is a unique, elite program specifically designed to source and select individuals who demonstrate the potential to be successful in a staff position within the Interac Group. Initially, MTs undergo three months of operational and management skills training, attending a series of seminars and workshops designed to help them grasp the fundamentals of all aspects of ALT management. At the same time, MTs undertake other tasks and duties as part of their on-the-job training. In later phases of the program, MTs may continue their on-the-job training in various roles and responsibilities in divisions and branches across Japan.

While the full MT program is designed around a one-year timeframe, MTs who are eligible may be hired for staff positions any time after completing the three month operational skills training component. Ultimately, final assignments, both in terms of assignment type and assignment location, will depend on the aptitude of individual MTs and the needs of the Interac Group, so MTs need to be flexible in their expectations.

By clicking the “Apply Now” button you will be taken to a registration form where you can not only apply for this job, but also for managing consultant, trainer, relief teacher and recruiter (with Link Japan Careers) using one simple form. You need only apply once!

Responsibilities:
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Being assigned to work in Tokyo Head Office as an office staff member.
  • Being assigned to an Interac Branch Office as an office staff member and/or as a teacher for up to four (4) months in one calendar year. No assignment to a branch office shall be longer than two (2) months in length unless there is a separate agreement between the employer and MT.
  • In the event that the MT is assigned to a Branch Office and this is would require commuting for greater than 2 hours one way, Interac will provide accommodation and cover all rent and other accommodation costs, except utility payments.
 
Tasks and Duties:
Assigned tasks and duties may include but are not limited to:
  1. Recruiting (including, but not limited to, supporting advertising and marketing efforts, candidate screening and conducting interviews, document checking and processing, placement).
  2. Training (including, but not limited to, conducting initial and ongoing training sessions and ALT meetings at various location, providing individual support to instructors as necessary, planning and developing materials and curricula).
  3. Observing instructors in the classroom. This includes pre-observation and follow-up one-on-one consultations and additional training as needed.
  4. Assisting other staff in any duties assigned by the MT supervisor.
  5. Acting as a liaison, or "bridge", between instructors and sales, staff and management personnel.
  6. Promoting company spirit and morale and generally contributing to a beneficial work environment for all employees.
  7. Attending training sessions and meetings as required by the MT's supervisor.
  8. Completing any on-line or correspondence training assigned by MT's supervisor.
  9. Orienting, counseling and/or disciplining instructors on matters of company policy or procedures.
  10. Substituting for classes or other assignments, when necessary, due to ALT illness or other such emergencies.
  11. Consulting with his/her manager on a regular or daily basis.
  12. Representing the employer to clients or other organizations as required by his/her manager.
 
Base salary: 3.3 million ~ (annual)
Work location: as outlined above, in a combination of locations before possible assignment to any of the group's 15 branches, pending successful completion of the program and a job offer being made.
 
*All working conditions, including salary and benefits are subject to final confirmation at the point of official job offer
 
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**Please note that Link Japan Careers (LJC) and its contracted service providers are responsible for screening and processing applications for all Link Interac Group positions submitted by individuals living outside of Japan. This screening is based upon criteria set by Link Interac Group. By applying for a job, either online or any other method, or in communicating with LJC by any means in relation to a position, applicants are giving their permission to LJC and its contracted service providers to manage their personal information (link). All questions regarding the Link Interac application process and/or LJCs services should be directed to LJC (link)
 

Company Info


Interac
GINZA SIX, 6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Phone: 03-6779-9461
Web Site: http://www.interacnetwork.com/recruit/global.html

Management Trainee - Link Interac

col-narrow   

Job Function:

Education, Training

Industry:

Education, Teaching, Training, Coaching

Type:

Contract

Employer Type:

Direct Hire

Location:

Tokyo, Tokyo 

Salary:

from 3.3 million

Salary Type:

per year

Visa Sponsorship Available:

Yes

Restricted to Domestic Applicants?:

Japan only

English Language Requirement:

Fluent

Japanese Language Requirement:

Conversational Level

Posted:

Dec 21, 2017
col-wide   

Job Requirements:

Program Entry Requirements
  • 2 years teaching experience with at least one of those years as an ALT.
  • JLPT N3 or equivalent Japanese ability.
  • Long term (at least 5 years) commitment to living and working in Japan with the Interac Group.
  • Flexibility - spend up to 4 months anywhere in Japan during the MT Training Program and flexibility to be assigned anywhere in Japan on completion of the program.
  • Professional in all aspects of behavior and outstanding interpersonal communication skills.
  • A valid Japanese driver’s license.
It would be advantageous for candidates to have:
  • At least 1 year prior experience in a business environment, any industry.

Job Description:

A Management Trainee (MT) with Link Interac Group, Japan’s largest private provider of assistant language teachers (ALTs) to elementary, junior and senior high schools nationwide, is an opportunity unlike any other offered in the education industry. As Link Interac continues to grow the need for skilled and dedicated staff will also increase. MTs will form the core of the company’s next generation of leaders. All positions start in April 2018.

More specifically, the MT Program is a unique, elite program specifically designed to source and select individuals who demonstrate the potential to be successful in a staff position within the Interac Group. Initially, MTs undergo three months of operational and management skills training, attending a series of seminars and workshops designed to help them grasp the fundamentals of all aspects of ALT management. At the same time, MTs undertake other tasks and duties as part of their on-the-job training. In later phases of the program, MTs may continue their on-the-job training in various roles and responsibilities in divisions and branches across Japan.

While the full MT program is designed around a one-year timeframe, MTs who are eligible may be hired for staff positions any time after completing the three month operational skills training component. Ultimately, final assignments, both in terms of assignment type and assignment location, will depend on the aptitude of individual MTs and the needs of the Interac Group, so MTs need to be flexible in their expectations.

By clicking the “Apply Now” button you will be taken to a registration form where you can not only apply for this job, but also for managing consultant, trainer, relief teacher and recruiter (with Link Japan Careers) using one simple form. You need only apply once!

Responsibilities:
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Being assigned to work in Tokyo Head Office as an office staff member.
  • Being assigned to an Interac Branch Office as an office staff member and/or as a teacher for up to four (4) months in one calendar year. No assignment to a branch office shall be longer than two (2) months in length unless there is a separate agreement between the employer and MT.
  • In the event that the MT is assigned to a Branch Office and this is would require commuting for greater than 2 hours one way, Interac will provide accommodation and cover all rent and other accommodation costs, except utility payments.
 
Tasks and Duties:
Assigned tasks and duties may include but are not limited to:
  1. Recruiting (including, but not limited to, supporting advertising and marketing efforts, candidate screening and conducting interviews, document checking and processing, placement).
  2. Training (including, but not limited to, conducting initial and ongoing training sessions and ALT meetings at various location, providing individual support to instructors as necessary, planning and developing materials and curricula).
  3. Observing instructors in the classroom. This includes pre-observation and follow-up one-on-one consultations and additional training as needed.
  4. Assisting other staff in any duties assigned by the MT supervisor.
  5. Acting as a liaison, or "bridge", between instructors and sales, staff and management personnel.
  6. Promoting company spirit and morale and generally contributing to a beneficial work environment for all employees.
  7. Attending training sessions and meetings as required by the MT's supervisor.
  8. Completing any on-line or correspondence training assigned by MT's supervisor.
  9. Orienting, counseling and/or disciplining instructors on matters of company policy or procedures.
  10. Substituting for classes or other assignments, when necessary, due to ALT illness or other such emergencies.
  11. Consulting with his/her manager on a regular or daily basis.
  12. Representing the employer to clients or other organizations as required by his/her manager.
 
Base salary: 3.3 million ~ (annual)
Work location: as outlined above, in a combination of locations before possible assignment to any of the group's 15 branches, pending successful completion of the program and a job offer being made.
 
*All working conditions, including salary and benefits are subject to final confirmation at the point of official job offer
 
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**Please note that Link Japan Careers (LJC) and its contracted service providers are responsible for screening and processing applications for all Link Interac Group positions submitted by individuals living outside of Japan. This screening is based upon criteria set by Link Interac Group. By applying for a job, either online or any other method, or in communicating with LJC by any means in relation to a position, applicants are giving their permission to LJC and its contracted service providers to manage their personal information (link). All questions regarding the Link Interac application process and/or LJCs services should be directed to LJC (link)