- Employer Type Direct Hire
- Salary 197000-223000 JPY / Month
- English Level Business Level
- Japanese Level Business Level
- Restricted to Domestic Applicants? Japan only
- Visa Sponsorship Yes
Applications will be accepted from persons from any national background; however, prior experience working with chemicals and communication skills in both English and Japanese are required.
The initial contract period commences from July 2019 and continues through July 2020. Only applicants prepared to commit to this period should apply. Contract renewal may be possible depending on appraised work performance and school needs. Working hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
In addition to the monthly salary, other benefits include:
– Visa sponsorship available if needed (depending on eligibility status). No tourist visas, please.
– Reimbursement for commuter expenses up to a maximum of 25,000 per month.
– Annual paid leave (as allocated by the school during school vacation periods).
– Annual personal and sick leave.
– Special summer vacation leave of 4 weeks.
– Annual completion bonus.
– Health insurance and employment insurance available.
– Meals subsidy for lunches and dinners pre-ordered through the school cafe.
Relocation and housing allowances are not provided.
Applications should contain:
1) A cover letter in English outlining relevant qualifications and experience.
2) A complete work resume.
3) The names and contact details (e-mail preferred) of at least two professional references.
4) A current photograph.
5) Details of current visa (category and expiry date) (for foreign nationals).
K. International School Tokyo (KIST) is seeking a Laboratory and Library Assistant (LLA) for the 2019-2020 school year. This combined position involves duties within the Secondary School science laboratories and the library media center.
The main duties of the LLA include:
– Preparing materials necessary for lab-based lessons.
– Contributing to maintaining a safe environment for students within the science laboratories.
– Organizing the procurement, maintenance and storage of an adequate stock of materials, chemicals and lab apparatus equipment.
– Supporting the teacher/librarian in maintaining, and further developing, efficient library services and routines that enable users to make effective use of the facilities and resources available.
– Organizing library resources and working with students and staff to locate appropriate resources.