Wednesday Afternoon Kids English Teacher

E-Place

Job Overview

  • Employer Type Direct Hire
  • Industry Education / Teaching
  • Salary ¥11,000 / Day
  • English Level Native level
  • Japanese Level Basic Level
  • Restricted to Domestic Applicants? Japan only
  • Visa Sponsorship No

Job Requirements

  • Experience teaching, playing, and communicating with children.
  • Native-level English.
  • Availability on Wednesday Afternoons
  • Applicants must currently live in Japan and have a valid working visa.

Job Description

We are currently looking for enthusiastic and highly motivated teachers to work at a location in near Yutenji and Komazawa Daigaku station. The positions can be taken as a set or separate.

1. Yutenji Station (1 minute walk)
2:30-3:30 Wednesday. teaching 2 30 minute lessons to young students in their day care facility. The class is split by age and there are assistants to help the students follow your lead. Lessons are fun and made so anyone can participate.
salary - 3,000 yen

There is a bus that goes right to the 2nd location.

2. Komazawa Daigaku Station (15 minute walk from station) (1 min walk from bus stop).
4:30-5:20 Wednesday (possibility to expand to 6:20). Position is teaching students in their nursery school. Lesson plans, picture books, worksheets, materials all provided. currently 14 students in the class they are hoping to expand into a second class if the teacher is available.
Salary based on enrollment (currently 8,000 yen).

Start date: ASAP
Working days: Wednesdays
Working time: 2:30-5:30 (6:30 if possible)


Location

2 Chome-13 Yūtenji, Meguro City, Tokyo, Japan


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Company Information

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We are an English teaching company that focuses mainly on teaching to young children from 3-18 years of age.  We also handle proofreading and business services for international and local clients.  We are in schools... read more about E-Place
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Tokyo Office
C/O Global Village Media
1-7-20-B2 Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
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