Part-time English Teacher

ESL / EFL teacher wanted by NCC Foreign Language Institute First work day: ASAP
Native speakers
0 years (beginners, too)
No degrees expected
NCC Foreign Language Institute is seeking Native English Teachers for part-time positions in Shinjuku, Tokyo.

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ESL / EFL teacher

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18+ years

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Language school

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All our classes are 2-hour (120 min.) classes, i.e. 6,000 yen/class.
Monday to Friday, 13:30-15:30 and 20:00-22:00.
Working days and hours are up to you to decide based on your schedule.
If you are searching for just one more job, you can teach 1 class (2 hours) a week.
Or if you would like to teach more classes, you can work up to 20 hours a week. (Please ask.)
Detailed lesson guides, training, and complete teaching materials are provided by us so that you can shorten your preparation time.
Students are adults.

Note: Only serious applicants will be accepted.

Visa Sponsorship Available: Future possibility / Renewal
Restricted to Domestic Applicants?: Japan only

Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

Who we are looking for

  1. Language proficiency

    Native speakers

  2. Experience

    0 years (beginners, too)

  3. Qualification

    No degrees expected

  4. A valid work visa is required.
  5. Be enthusiastic, reliable, and interested in education.
  6. Japanese Language Requirement: Not necessary

What we offer

  1. Good pay, all paid holidays, and paid transportation.
  2. Bonus system.
  3. Salary: ¥3,000/hour

Shinjuku, Japan

Job location

NCC's English program offers 21 levels of instruction, from complete 'beginners' to highly advanced 'specialists' levels.
We carefully give each student an appropriately attainable goal, based on their demonstrated English ability on a placement test, and definitely promise to bring their ability up to their targeted level in six months after entrance.
We give free individual supplementary lessons for as long as it takes, to students who missed their regular class, or students who have failed to make satisfactory progress by attending their regular class (90 minutes), in order to bring their ability up to their targeted level.
Some students stay after their evening class to take supplementary lessons, up until they have to leave to catch their last train home.
If they still don't do well, we have them come again to take supplementary lessons when they have no classes.
The most remarkable service we provide is the retake system, which allows students to take the same six-month course again for free, if they are not satisfied with what they have learned as a result of taking the course, on condition that they meet the required attendance rate.
In addition to regular classes, we offer a lot of opportunities to study English, including "free conversation" classes with native English teachers, accepting any questions at any time, individual extra-curricular lessons according to students' professional and personal needs, and free access to study rooms.
We do whatever is needed to improve students' ability, for example, setting up a full range of courses, and devoting ourselves to developing our original textbook.
This exceptionally dedicated education has achieved great results, producing a lot of experts for the past thirty years.
We have a high persistence rate of more than 95%. A lot of students enter NCC through the introduction of another student, or are transferred to NCC from another language school. NCC is known as a school that eager students not only from Tokyo but also from the whole country pour into.
We shall push forward to provide true language education.

About the recruiting agency was started in June of 1998 by American James Gibbs, who had been living and working in Japan in intermittently since 1985.

The initial idea to create a “guidebook” to living and working in Japan and James had compiled a lengthy list of 300-400 schools that had been hiring and found himself constantly making photo copies to give to newly arriving foreigners who were looking for work. Additionally hours would be spent in coffee shops, restaurants and over the phone explaining the ropes to new arrivals on what they needed to do for all sorts of things from finding a place to live, finding a job, getting a visa, socializing, local customs, etc.

In 1998, the 567-page Guide to Jobs in Japan was published receiving wide praise and scores of direct personal testimony from people saying the book was instrumental in finding their job in Japan and changing their lives.

James also took to the internet in 1998 creating and moving all the information to the web. The job listings expanded and within a couple of years there were as many as 500 job listings on the site. was unique among major sources of job listings in that it was an entirely free service to use for employers and job seekers surviving only on paid banner advertising and then value-added listing for employers that wanted more exposure.

With job seekers and employers demanding more functionality, we compiled their advice and relaunched the site as you see it today. Always free for the job seeker and reasonable……may we say “cheap”…..rates for our employers with some free services still available.

Now almost 20 years later, we are still focusing on our initial mission of helping foreigners find Jobs in Japan.

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