- Employer Type Direct Hire
- Industry Education / Teaching
- Salary ¥240,000 / Month (Social insurance available)
- English Level Native level
- Japanese Level Basic Level
- Restricted to Domestic Applicants? Japan only
- Visa Sponsorship Yes
- Must LOVE to have fun with kids.
- Must be positive, outgoing, organized and reliable.
- Must be able to help create own materials/curriculum
- Must have valid work visa.
- Must be native level English proficiency. Any nationalities are welcome to apply but you must be native level.
- No Japanese needed, but would be an asset.
- Must have minimum 2 years experience working/teaching young children in Japan.
- Must have your own transportation
- Must already live in Wakayama or South Osaka
- Must be comfortable using Apple and Google products
- CELTA /TELF /TESOL Certification is a plus
Tracey English school in Wakayama prefecture is looking for a Full-time English teacher to start as soon as the right teacher can begin. We have four locations and our schools are respected and well-known in Wakayama City. In addition to having the highest standards, we treat our teachers very well which can be seen by our extremely low turnover rate with many teacher staying between five and ten years or more.
Training is available online and ongoing professional development is done in-person at the school.
Target Student: Children (2〜12 years old)
Monday 9:00 - 14:00 hrs, 15:00 -18:30 hrs
Tuesday 9:00 - 12:00 hrs, 15:00 - 18:00 hrs.
Wednesday/Thursday/Friday 13:00-19:00 hrs
* Saturdays/Sundays required occasionally throughout the year for events and staff training.
Salary: ¥240,000 ~
- Paid holidays
- Bonuses available
- Transportation: reimbursed up to 10,000 a month
- Social Insurance available
** Part-time positions are also available to teacher Elementary school children (1st - 5th grade) in Iwade city on Thursday afternoons (3 x 50 minute classes) for a salary of ¥9000 a day plus ¥1000 yen transportation fee
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