Full-Time ALT: Kanto Region, Overseas Applicants Welcome

ESL / EFL teacher wanted by Joytalk. Co. Ltd. First work day: ASAP
Native speakers
0 years (beginners, too)
BA in any subject
JOYTALK is now accepting applications for native English speaking ALTs (assistant language teachers) for Japanese public Junior High schools and Elementary schools in the Kanto region of eastern Japan, such as Saitama, Tochigi, Gunma and Ibaraki prefectures.

Job details

Position:

ESL / EFL teacher

Work hours:

Full-time

Student type:

6-10 years , 11-14 years

Group size:

6-10 , 11-20 , 21-30

Contract term:

7-12 months

Contract type:

Work as employee

Institution type:

Primary school , Middle school (junior high school)

School authority:

State

JOYTALK is now accepting applications for native English speaking ALTs for Japanese public Junior High schools and Elementary schools in the Kanto region of eastern Japan, such as Saitama, Tochigi, Gunma and Ibaraki prefectures.

The positions are usually Monday to Friday with hours varying between 8:00am and 5:00pm. The salary will depend on the position, as well as qualifications, teaching experience and Japanese language skills and as such will range between 200,000 and 250,000 yen per month.

Joytalk has been recruiting foreign staff for more than 35 years. We pride ourselves on providing quality and personal assistance to our foreign language staff. We provide visa sponsorship, paid holidays, discounted car rental, rental accommodation for our teachers if necessary and provide 24 hour support or assistance where needed. We also provide on-going teacher training with workshops held a number of times throughout the year, including prior to the start of the assignment and reimbursement for work transportation costs.

We support our ALTs not only in teaching, but also in all aspects of life in Japan, 24 hours a day, including such things as large or small problems, negotiations, accidents, emergencies, etc.

Please apply by using the Apply Now button or visit our website at www.joytalk.biz Unfortunately, we are only able to respond to those who pass initial screening. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Tochigi, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

Who we are looking for

  1. Language proficiency

    Native speakers

  2. Experience

    0 years (beginners, too)

  3. Qualification

    BA in any subject

  4. Applicants would be highly regarded if they hold education qualifications, conversational Japanese language skills and / or have previous ALT experience or teaching experience in their home country.

What we offer

  1. Salary: 200,000-250,000

Tochigi, Japan

Job location

Joytalk. Co. Ltd.

About the employer


Joytalk Co. Ltd provides high quality Assistant Language teachers (ALTs) for junior high schools, elementary schools, kindergartens and nursery schools and Language Consultants for companies in the Kanto (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba, Ibaraki, Gunma and Tochigi) and Tohoku (Fukushima, Miyagi, Yamagata and Iwate) regions of eastern Japan. Joytalk has been operating for 34 years and also has private foreign language schools in Tochigi and Miyagi prefectures. Translator and interpreter services are also available throught bilingual foreign and Japanese support staff.
We support our ALTs not only in teaching, but also in all aspects of life in Japan, 24 hours a day, including such things as large or small problems, negotiations, accidents, emergencies, etc.

jobsinjapan.com

About the recruiting agency


Jobsinjapan.com 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 www.jobsinjapan.com 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.

Jobsinjapan.com 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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