Native English Program Leader (After-School & Pre-School) - Osaka

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Job Function:

Other

Industry:

Education, Teaching, Training, Coaching

Type:

Full Time

Employer Type:

Direct Hire

Location:

Osaka 

Salary:

250,000~

Salary Type:

per month

Visa Sponsorship Available:

Yes

Restricted to Domestic Applicants?:

Overseas applicants allowed

English Language Requirement:

Native level

Japanese Language Requirement:

Not necessary

Posted:

May 15, 2019
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Job Requirements:

We are looking for new Instructors to join our team who:

  • Are Native English Speakers*
  • Have a two-year Associate Degree or higher
  • Are independent and creatively minded, ready to innovate and adapt in any circumstance
  • Are active and energetic, and have enthusiasm in teaching children aged 3-12
  • Comfortable contributing to and working in a team environment

 
*Our curriculum puts emphasis on pronunciation and phonics practice; while we of course welcome English speakers from a variety of regions with varying dialects and accents, we ask that you are able to effectively teach and express these concepts in a phonetically natural English environment.

Job Description:

Yaruki Switch Group is currently looking for energetic and dedicated Native English teachers for our Kids Duo schools in Osaka!


The Kids Duo Method

 

Kids Duo represents a fresh new approach to the language learning process, focusing on creating a solid foundation of enthusiasm and self-confidence in speaking via interactive games and activities. Our motto is “Play in English, Learn in English,” and with this mentality in mind we strive to create a fun, safe, and comfortable environment in which our students learn usable, real life English – often without even realizing it!

As a Native English Teacher, you are the centerpiece of a Kids Duo school. Kids Duo teachers work with their school's Japanese Bilingual staff, administrative staff, and other Kids Duo teacher to coordinate and conduct fun and interactive lessons in which students can practice speaking and interacting in a 100% English environment. While Kids Duo has a set curriculum, teachers are actively encouraged to grow and expand on these foundations to create truly unique and personalized lessons; allowing ample creative freedom to inject passion and enthusiasm into your class. No one day is the same at Kids Duo, and you can expect to cover a broad variety of subjects including Music & Dance, Science, Social Studies, and Arts & Crafts - all of which are conducted in English, allowing students to be exposed to a plethora of unique and valuable English vocabulary.



Benefits & Compensation

  • Starting salary of¥250,000/month. (Career advancement opportunities available.)
  • Teachers receive fully-paid comprehensive initial training, during which accommodation and transportation reimbursement can be provided if necessary. 
  • Usable and transferable experience & skills gained via regular teaching workshops held throughout the year.
  • Ten paid vacation days a year (after 6 months of employment), in addition to national holidays.
  • Work-related commuting costs reimbursed.
  • Social Security & Health Insurance provided.
  • Visa sponsorship opportunities available, overseas applicants welcome!


Working Hours

  • Regular working hours fall within the hours of 9:00 – 20:30, 5 days a week (generally Monday through Friday.) 
  • Typical shifts include 9:30-18:30, 10:00-19:00, 11:00-20:00, etc.
  • Working shifts are 9 hours per day; this means 8 working hours and a 1-hour lunch break. 
  • Occasional Special Events held on Saturdays & Sundays (Open Schools, Spelling Bees, Recitals, etc.) 



Osaka: A Brief Introduction
 

Known as Japan’s Second City, Osaka is often tragically overlooked as second fiddle to Japan’s larger, more infamous capital. But if Tokyo is the somewhat cold, impersonal, New York-esque metropolis of the North, then Osaka would be its laid-back, outgoing, and distinctly quirky counterpart to the South – and many feel that its more casual and friendly atmosphere is more conducive to making friends, chatting with locals, and enjoying the more authentic side of what Japanese culture has to offer. 

Situated in the heart of Kansai, Osaka is perhaps most famous for its eclectic culinary heritage. Historically referred to as ‘the nation’s kitchen,’ visitors are often overwhelmed by the enticing smells emanating from the food carts and street vendors lining the city’s neon-lit roads and alleyways, serving up regional specialties like takoyaki and okonomiyaki. It is home to Dotonbori, one of Japan’s most famous dining and lightlife districts, and Universal Studios Japan, the massive amusement park and popular tourist destination. Japanese history enthusiasts will also enjoy visiting Osaka Castle, one of Japan’s most famous landmarks, and Shitennoji, the first shrine ever to be built by the state.

Its convenient central location also provides quick access to Kyoto, Japan’s historic and cultural epicenter, and Kobe, Kansai’s scenic city of lights – well within an hour by train. 


For more details, please visit our homepage:
https://www.yarukiswitch.jp/recruit/native/

*While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted. *


  • Company Info


    Yaruki Switch Group
    Hatchobori Dai-ichi Seimei Bldg. 2-24-2 Hatchobori, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0032
    Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
    Phone: .
    Web Site: https://www.yarukiswitch.jp/recruit/native/

    Native English Program Leader (After-School & Pre-School) - Osaka

    col-narrow   

    Job Function:

    Other

    Industry:

    Education, Teaching, Training, Coaching

    Type:

    Full Time

    Employer Type:

    Direct Hire

    Location:

    Osaka 

    Salary:

    250,000~

    Salary Type:

    per month

    Visa Sponsorship Available:

    Yes

    Restricted to Domestic Applicants?:

    Overseas applicants allowed

    English Language Requirement:

    Native level

    Japanese Language Requirement:

    Not necessary

    Posted:

    May 15, 2019
    col-wide   

    Job Requirements:

    We are looking for new Instructors to join our team who:

    • Are Native English Speakers*
    • Have a two-year Associate Degree or higher
    • Are independent and creatively minded, ready to innovate and adapt in any circumstance
    • Are active and energetic, and have enthusiasm in teaching children aged 3-12
    • Comfortable contributing to and working in a team environment

     
    *Our curriculum puts emphasis on pronunciation and phonics practice; while we of course welcome English speakers from a variety of regions with varying dialects and accents, we ask that you are able to effectively teach and express these concepts in a phonetically natural English environment.

    Job Description:

    Yaruki Switch Group is currently looking for energetic and dedicated Native English teachers for our Kids Duo schools in Osaka!


    The Kids Duo Method

     

    Kids Duo represents a fresh new approach to the language learning process, focusing on creating a solid foundation of enthusiasm and self-confidence in speaking via interactive games and activities. Our motto is “Play in English, Learn in English,” and with this mentality in mind we strive to create a fun, safe, and comfortable environment in which our students learn usable, real life English – often without even realizing it!

    As a Native English Teacher, you are the centerpiece of a Kids Duo school. Kids Duo teachers work with their school's Japanese Bilingual staff, administrative staff, and other Kids Duo teacher to coordinate and conduct fun and interactive lessons in which students can practice speaking and interacting in a 100% English environment. While Kids Duo has a set curriculum, teachers are actively encouraged to grow and expand on these foundations to create truly unique and personalized lessons; allowing ample creative freedom to inject passion and enthusiasm into your class. No one day is the same at Kids Duo, and you can expect to cover a broad variety of subjects including Music & Dance, Science, Social Studies, and Arts & Crafts - all of which are conducted in English, allowing students to be exposed to a plethora of unique and valuable English vocabulary.



    Benefits & Compensation

    • Starting salary of¥250,000/month. (Career advancement opportunities available.)
    • Teachers receive fully-paid comprehensive initial training, during which accommodation and transportation reimbursement can be provided if necessary. 
    • Usable and transferable experience & skills gained via regular teaching workshops held throughout the year.
    • Ten paid vacation days a year (after 6 months of employment), in addition to national holidays.
    • Work-related commuting costs reimbursed.
    • Social Security & Health Insurance provided.
    • Visa sponsorship opportunities available, overseas applicants welcome!


    Working Hours

    • Regular working hours fall within the hours of 9:00 – 20:30, 5 days a week (generally Monday through Friday.) 
    • Typical shifts include 9:30-18:30, 10:00-19:00, 11:00-20:00, etc.
    • Working shifts are 9 hours per day; this means 8 working hours and a 1-hour lunch break. 
    • Occasional Special Events held on Saturdays & Sundays (Open Schools, Spelling Bees, Recitals, etc.) 



    Osaka: A Brief Introduction
     

    Known as Japan’s Second City, Osaka is often tragically overlooked as second fiddle to Japan’s larger, more infamous capital. But if Tokyo is the somewhat cold, impersonal, New York-esque metropolis of the North, then Osaka would be its laid-back, outgoing, and distinctly quirky counterpart to the South – and many feel that its more casual and friendly atmosphere is more conducive to making friends, chatting with locals, and enjoying the more authentic side of what Japanese culture has to offer. 

    Situated in the heart of Kansai, Osaka is perhaps most famous for its eclectic culinary heritage. Historically referred to as ‘the nation’s kitchen,’ visitors are often overwhelmed by the enticing smells emanating from the food carts and street vendors lining the city’s neon-lit roads and alleyways, serving up regional specialties like takoyaki and okonomiyaki. It is home to Dotonbori, one of Japan’s most famous dining and lightlife districts, and Universal Studios Japan, the massive amusement park and popular tourist destination. Japanese history enthusiasts will also enjoy visiting Osaka Castle, one of Japan’s most famous landmarks, and Shitennoji, the first shrine ever to be built by the state.

    Its convenient central location also provides quick access to Kyoto, Japan’s historic and cultural epicenter, and Kobe, Kansai’s scenic city of lights – well within an hour by train. 


    For more details, please visit our homepage:
    https://www.yarukiswitch.jp/recruit/native/

    *While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted. *