- Employer Type Recruiter / Dispatch / Temp Agency
- Industry Education / Teaching
- Salary ¥200,000 - ¥240,000 / Month (Depends on location, pro-rated during holiday months, etc.)
- English Level Fluent
- Japanese Level Not necessary
- Restricted to Domestic Applicants? Overseas applicants allowed
- Visa Sponsorship Yes
- Native Level English Speaker
- Ability to relocate to Japan/Fukuoka Prefecture
- Valid Visa with permission to work in Japan/must qualify for an Instructor's visa (sponsorship available)
- 4 year Bachelor's Degree or higher
- Physically able to climb stairs in public schools
- Able to work five days a week, up to 40 hours
- A friendly personality, able to get along with Japanese teachers and students in public school
- Able to use a computer to communicate and make materials (training available)
- A Japanese Driver's License and a car
- Some Japanese speaking ability
- TESOL training or equivalant
- Able to accept training advice and constructive criticism with a positive disposition
Only those who complete the general video interview questions will be considered for the initial application screening.
KBS ALT – Great Opportunities for Public School Teachers
Would you like to work at great schools for an ALT company that will always support you? KBS offers excellent training and opportunities to improve as a teacher and advance your career.
KBS is currently looking for a fun, enthusiastic, and energetic ALT for a position in public school. We would like an ALT who is flexible, a team player, and has a passion for teaching. ALTs are an important part of Japanese school life as they provide a positive and friendly window through which to see the rest of the world. Through communication ALTs, students, and teachers all benefit each other.
• Elementary school and/or Junior High School
• Hours: Monday to Friday between 8 AM to 5 PM
Benefits of being an ALT
ALTs in Japan provide a vital service for Japanese public schools. They enjoy the benefits of working in a stable and professional working environment supervised by real teachers in Japan. This working environment gives those working as ALTs an excellent opportunity to learn teaching skills, improve their Japanese, and work with a sense of purpose.
ALTs also enjoy consistent daytime working hours, meaning they have evenings and weekends off to pursue their interests. No late-night grind to deal with. This means ALTs have a better work-life balance than other foreign English teachers in Japan who might have to work shift schedules or late into the night.
ALTs get all national holidays off from work just like other workers in Japan. ALTs also get significant time off from school in August which can be used for travel, recreation, or working on other passion projects. It's the perfect chance to see and experience more of Japan.
Many locations also provide Social Insurance.
Current school year start: Immediate hire to until the end of March 2024
Next school year start: April 2024 to March 2025
New hires with good performance could be offered a contract for a further year.
KBS operates in many cities across Fukuoka Prefecture.
We are currently looking for teachers to finish the current school year and are also accepting applicants to begin at the start of the next school year.
Fukuoka Prefecture is in the southwest of Japan in sunny Kyushu. It has two of the best cities to live and work in Japan and many other smaller communities with long rich histories. Fukuoka a gourmet mecha that offers a low cost of living with plenty of shopping and entertainment. There are also many undeveloped places in Fukuoka that continue in a state of natural beauty, perfect for camping and weekend nature treks. There's no shortage of interesting activities, locations, and events to match all interests and lifestyles.
Fukuoka prefecture offers a great opportunity to experience authentic Japan in a place that is welcoming of foreigners. Many foreigners choose to come and live in Fukuoka thanks to the lower cost of living, friendly people, endless cultural activities, great opportunities, and to experience the cities being in balance with the natural environment.
With Gion festivals, city nightlife, beaches, mouthwatering food, mountain vistas, historical sites, and ancient shrines and temples, Fukuoka truly has something for everyone.
If you are interested in seeing what ALT life in Fukuoka is all about, please start your cover letter with your favorite Japanese food.
KBS has been in business since 1981 and is recognized as one of the leading ALT companies in Kyushu. KBS is at the forefront of improving English education in Japan. KBS is dedicated to being the best company an ALT can work for with positions in great schools, assistance with relocating, and the top training program for new teachers. We help ALTs adjust to their new life in Japan and as teachers so they feel confident going into school and in daily Japanese life.
KBS offers a variety of contract types to match conditions in the local areas. ALTs earn wages by hour or by day depending on the city.
Please note that due to the large number of applicants, only those who pass the initial application screening will be contacted. Thank you for your understanding.
Japan, Fukuoka, Kitakyushu, Kokurakita Ward, Sunatsu, 1 Chome−2−17 Ａ３ビル