- 採用企業タイプ 人材紹介・派遣・委託
- 業種 教育 / 講師
- Salary 2.4 million yen - 3.0 million yen 日本円 /年
- 英語レベル 母国語レベル
- 日本語レベル 特に必要無し
- 国内の応募者に限定？ 国内在住応募者のみ
- ビザスポンサーシップ Yes
- Do you have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in any subject?
- Do you have a valid status of residence ‘visa’ and a valid residence card?
- Do you have 12 years of education in the medium of English in all classes?
- Are you a professional who is flexible, energetic, and a team player?
- Do you have a Japanese driver’s license and be willing to drive?
We want to hear from you!
Interac is looking for ALTs across Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, and Ishikawa
If you are interested in working as an ALT, please make an application today.
We have positions available for a full-time position teaching in local high schools.
A complete orientation to Interac’s internal policies, salary system, benefits, and full details of the assignment will be provided once an offer of employment is made.
- Full salary every month
- Paid initial training
- The best training for your ALT journey
- Be a key member of your local school and community.
About us and the role
ALTs enrich the lives of children by sharing their knowledge of English, building communication skills, and sharing cultural insights. The job is rewarding as you will be directly promoting a cultural understanding and teaching English to Japan’s future generation! Your job would be two-fold: a language instructor and cultural ambassador. These two aspects are inseparable, and Interac ALTs aim to become experts in both. Your job is to be the English expert in the classroom, and you may be the main teacher, along with a Japanese teacher present to manage the class.
About Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, Mie and Ishikawa
Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, Mie, and Ishikawa prefectures make up a large part of the southern Chubu region. With the exception of Mie, these prefectures are primarily surrounded by mountains but also have a deep history, particularly Aichi. However, Aichi is famous for its industrial city of Nagoya. Aichi remains a historical site for being the birthplace of warlord Oda Nobunaga. Aichi also remains a famous industrial hub and is the location of Toyota. To the side of Aichi is Gifu, which you may know for Shirakawa-go, a small village comprised of iconic wooden houses. If ancient history is more of your thing, why not consider our positions in Fukui? It has a dedicated dinosaur museum, after all? Ishikawa, although closer to Toyama than Nagoya, is famous for its papercraft and exciting festivals. Lastly, Mie is a coastal city that is laidback as the sea breeze that frequently travels through it.
Start your application today and join Interac in Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, Mie, and Ishikawa