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English teacher

💼 Reflet
📍Kawasaki, Japan
💰 Up To 220,000 JPY per month
Language School
Job Description:

Are you passionate about teaching and would like to live in Japan? This might be the perfect opportunity for you!

- Creating curriculum for classes based on our guidelines;
- Constantly researching how to improve classes;
- Planning, brainstorming and developing classes materials based on our guidelines;
- Teaching English in person to kids from 6~12 years old, sometimes tutoring adults;
- Writing daily and monthly reports to students' parents;
- Organising events at the school or any outdoor activities;
- Meeting and reporting to the school's management.

- Native speaker or fluent speaker (should hold any type of Certificate to prove that, such as TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge, TOEIC etc);
- Teaching experience required;
- Enjoys teaching English to both children and adults;
- Likes to work in team;
- Great time and project management;
- Creative person who likes to innovate in class;
- Open-minded and patient person who is able to deal with different cultures;
- Knowing Japanese is a great plus, but not required.

You would work during weekdays and rest during weekends and national holidays.

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