Full-Time Nursery and Kindergarten Teachers

International Language House

Job Overview

  • Employer Type Recruiter / Dispatch / Temp Agency
  • Industry Education / Teaching
  • Salary ¥250,000 - ¥300,000 / Month (Negotiable)
  • English Level Fluent
  • Japanese Level Conversational Level
  • Restricted to Domestic Applicants? Overseas applicants allowed
  • Visa Sponsorship Yes

Job Requirements

This opportunity requires candidates who are fluent English speakers (though not necessarily native).

Must be a Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, or Chiba area resident and can navigate public transportation to their determined work locations in those area(s).

Visa sponsorship is available for those with a bachelor's degree or three years of relevant experience in either childcare or education.

Successful candidates must possess a creative, fun-loving spirit and a genuine passion for teaching children.

This is a full-time position requiring a commitment of up to 40 hours per week.

Additionally, they must fully commit to training to excel in their roles.


Job Description

International Language House is hiring for exciting teacher positions in our client kindergartens in Tokyo and Kanagawa.

You are:

  • Professional individual that is reliable and punctual. Understands responsibility and looks to build within their roles.
  • Can Communicate in Japanese proficiently or willing to learn Japanese to build strong teamwork.
  • A person with a vibrant, upbeat personality who also exercises patience and has an understanding of development stages.
  • A person who loves KIDS and is passionate about bringing positive impacts through their teaching and interaction with children.
  • A creative person ready to share ideas and collaborate.

Your Abilities and Responsibilities:

  • Teaching English to children 1 to 5 years old.
  • Leading fun music-oriented lessons.
  • Make lesson plans on topics you are interested in.
  • Building curriculum with other teachers, working as a team.
  • Cleaning and care of the school grounds and classrooms.

Company Benefits

  • Transportation allowance is provided (up to ¥25,000/month)
  • Health insurance subsidy for national health insurance or Social health insurance
  • Opportunities for mental health subsidies
  • Possible visa sponsorship
  • Various training programs and career development
  • 6 Month evaluations to track growth and career
  • Opportunities for promotion and growth within the company

Interview Process

Our goal is to get to know you in a friendly and engaging environment - and to provide ample opportunity to learn about us, too! We want you to know what to expect during the Interview Process so you can confidently showcase the best version of yourself! Our typical process can take 2-3 weeks and includes:

  1. Initial 30-Minute Online (Zoom) Meeting: During this meeting, we will introduce International Language House and provide an overview of our organization, values, and the role you are applying for. We will discuss your background and experience and how they align with our requirements. There will also be the opportunity to ask any initial questions you may have about the position or our company culture. To wrap things up, we will discuss the requirements and steps taken to further the interview process.
  2. Submission of 1-2 Minute Video: As part of the application process, we ask candidates to submit a short video of themselves performing children's songs to showcase their ability to engage children. - This video demonstrates your creativity, enthusiasm, and ability to create a fun and interactive environment for young learners. - Feel free to choose songs that best represent your style and personality, and don't hesitate to incorporate props or gestures to enhance the performance. This video provides valuable insight into your teaching approach and helps us assess your suitability for the role.
  3. In-Person Trial Session: - Successful candidates from the initial screening process will be invited to participate in an in-person trial session at one of our facilities. - This trial session allows us to observe your teaching abilities firsthand and assess your compatibility with our teaching methods and classroom environment. - You'll be able to interact with other candidates or students and gain insight into our teaching philosophy and classroom dynamics. - This session is a practical assessment of your skills and allows you to experience our teaching environment before committing to the role.
  4. Final In-Person Interview: - Candidates who complete the trial session will be invited to a final in-person interview. During this interview, we'll explore your experience, qualifications, and suitability for the position more fully. We'll discuss the role's specifics, including training procedures, expectations during the probationary period, and contractual details. - This interview is also an opportunity for you to ask any remaining questions and clarify any concerns about the role or our organization.
  5. By the end of this interview, both parties should clearly understand expectations and successful candidates will receive further guidance on the next steps in the onboarding process. After your final interview is completed, we will discuss the terms outlined in the training and onboarding contract.

Image Gallery


Company Video


Location

Japan, Kanagawa, 横浜市港北区新横浜3−8−8


Login to apply for this job.

Company Information

Company Profile

Our mission is to connect the world with Japan and Japan with the world. We do that by providing innovative education and business services in Japan. At ILH, we focus on non-traditional methods of teaching... read more about International Language House
Login to apply for this job.

Contact Us

Tokyo Office
C/O Global Village Media
1-7-20-B2 Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
[email protected]