Interested in experiencing Japanese culture? Excited by the chance to live and teach in Tokyo? International Education Services (IES), a language consultancy in Japan is seeking graduates knowledgeable about IT and Computer Services.
Headquartered in Tokyo, IES has almost 50 years of experience designing and conducting technical (e.g. engineering, computer services, order-made etc.,) and business communication programs for Japanese corporations and national governmental organizations. IES is located in Shibuya, one of the most colorful, modern centers of Tokyo and a key location for some of the 2020 Olympic events.
You will teach several types of computer as well as general business communication skills courses to employees selected by our corporate clients in Japanese industry, as well as to officials from national government ministries and agencies.
You will receive extensive teacher training on arrival supplemented with regular feedback and counseling. You will be trained to use a small group, communicative, English-only, coaching-based approach. Detailed training plans and in-house learning materials will be provided for all classes. Administrative assistance with class logistics will be provided by our bilingual Japanese course coordinators.
IES guarantees annual compensation of at least 3,000,000 Japanese Yen (approximately US$30,000.00). You will be paid monthly in JPY. You will be offered an annual, renewable contract which includes work-visa sponsorship, paid vacations, subsidized health insurance payments, contract fulfillment bonus (to help cover cost of flights etc.), and travel expenses to/from teaching assignments. Your starting date is negotiable. You will also receive comprehensive assistance with your work-visa submission, hotel and other arrival arrangements, finding accommodation, and other settling-in challenges.
Minimum immigration requirements to secure the necessary work-visa are a BA/BS degree certificate from an accredited university, in an English speaking country and sponsorship by IES. TESOL/CELTA certification while advantageous is not compulsory, with consideration also given to each candidate’s personality, educational background, work experience, and demonstrable interest in and exposure to Japanese culture and Japanese citizens.
Please email your cover letter, outlining your reasons for wanting to live and work for IES in Tokyo, and CV (pdf file) to Damian Thomas in Tokyo: email@example.com.