ALT - Wakayama-Prefecture (various areas) April 2017

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Location:

Wakayama, Wakayama 

Posted:

03 14 2017

Industry:

Education, Teaching, Training, Coaching

Job Function:

Education, Training

Salary:

230,000 ~ 250,000 per month

Employment Type:

Contract
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Visa Sponsorship Available:

Yes

Restricted to Domestic Applicants?:

Japan only

English Language Requirement:

Native

Japanese Language Requirement:

Not necessary
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Title:

ALT - Wakayama-Prefecture (various areas) April 2017

Job Requirements:

The successful candidate will:
  • Be a university graduate with at least a bachelor’s degree (in any subject)
  • Hold a valid residence/visa status and possess a valid Residence Card
  • Have had at least 12 years of education where the language of instruction was English (proof required if visa sponsorship is needed)
  • Be professional in all aspects of behavior, a team-player, flexible, cheerful, and energetic
And have one of the following:
  • TEFL certificate
  • At least 1 year of teching experience

Job Description:

Interac Group has opportunities in multiple locations in Wakayama Prefecture starting in April 2017. This is your chance to join Interac Group in full-time positions in junior and senior high schools as an ALT (assistant language teacher). 

Financial assistance for relocation may be available for qualified candidates

About the location

Wakayama is located just south of Osaka and a great place to live. Claims to fame include renowned ramen, a 1,700-year-old fire festival and a giant open-air bath fed by a hot spring. And like most places in Japan, there is a perfect balance of the traditional and the cute. Wakayama castle is rich in history while the train station of Kishi appointed a cat named Tama to be the Stationmaster. She apparently works there everyday, injecting whimsy into the daily commute.  Get a flavor for Wakayama via the video below (not produced by Interac).



​ALTs enrich the lives of children by sharing your knowledge of English, building communication skills, and sharing cultural insights. Your job would be two-fold: language instructor and cultural ambassador. These two aspects are inseparable, and Interac Group ALTs aim to become experts in both. Entrusted with being the English expert in the classroom, you could expect to teach on your own, with a Japanese teacher present to help manage the classroom.

Interac Group ALTs can expect to:

-    Get your new job off on the right foot with an intensive (paid!) initial training and orientation session
-    Work Mondays to Fridays with most weekends and holidays off 
-    Have scheduled teaching hours between 8 am and 5 pm 
-    Work occasional evenings or weekends for special school events
-    Attend on-going skills development and training programs
-    Become an important part of your school and local community
-    Have the chance to take advantage of opportunities that will prepare you for potential advancement to positions like, head teacher, trainer, or even office staff.


COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION TODAY!

YouTube video:

Company Info
Interac Iidabashi Grand Bloom, 2-10-2 Fujimi, Chiyoda
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

Phone: 03-3234-7840
Web Site: http://www.interacnetwork.com/recruit/global.html

Company Profile




Company Info


Interac
Iidabashi Grand Bloom, 2-10-2 Fujimi, Chiyoda
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Phone: 03-3234-7840
Web Site: http://www.interacnetwork.com/recruit/global.html

ALT - Wakayama-Prefecture (various areas) April 2017

col-narrow-left   

Location:

Wakayama, Wakayama 

Posted:

03 14 2017

Industry:

Education, Teaching, Training, Coaching

Job Function:

Education, Training

Salary:

230,000 ~ 250,000 per month

Employment Type:

Contract
col-narrow-right   

Visa Sponsorship Available:

Yes

Restricted to Domestic Applicants?:

Japan only

English Language Requirement:

Native

Japanese Language Requirement:

Not necessary
col-wide   

Title:

ALT - Wakayama-Prefecture (various areas) April 2017

Job Requirements:

The successful candidate will:
  • Be a university graduate with at least a bachelor’s degree (in any subject)
  • Hold a valid residence/visa status and possess a valid Residence Card
  • Have had at least 12 years of education where the language of instruction was English (proof required if visa sponsorship is needed)
  • Be professional in all aspects of behavior, a team-player, flexible, cheerful, and energetic
And have one of the following:
  • TEFL certificate
  • At least 1 year of teching experience

Job Description:

Interac Group has opportunities in multiple locations in Wakayama Prefecture starting in April 2017. This is your chance to join Interac Group in full-time positions in junior and senior high schools as an ALT (assistant language teacher). 

Financial assistance for relocation may be available for qualified candidates

About the location

Wakayama is located just south of Osaka and a great place to live. Claims to fame include renowned ramen, a 1,700-year-old fire festival and a giant open-air bath fed by a hot spring. And like most places in Japan, there is a perfect balance of the traditional and the cute. Wakayama castle is rich in history while the train station of Kishi appointed a cat named Tama to be the Stationmaster. She apparently works there everyday, injecting whimsy into the daily commute.  Get a flavor for Wakayama via the video below (not produced by Interac).



​ALTs enrich the lives of children by sharing your knowledge of English, building communication skills, and sharing cultural insights. Your job would be two-fold: language instructor and cultural ambassador. These two aspects are inseparable, and Interac Group ALTs aim to become experts in both. Entrusted with being the English expert in the classroom, you could expect to teach on your own, with a Japanese teacher present to help manage the classroom.

Interac Group ALTs can expect to:

-    Get your new job off on the right foot with an intensive (paid!) initial training and orientation session
-    Work Mondays to Fridays with most weekends and holidays off 
-    Have scheduled teaching hours between 8 am and 5 pm 
-    Work occasional evenings or weekends for special school events
-    Attend on-going skills development and training programs
-    Become an important part of your school and local community
-    Have the chance to take advantage of opportunities that will prepare you for potential advancement to positions like, head teacher, trainer, or even office staff.


COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION TODAY!

YouTube video: