Teach in Japan - Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Kyoto and Kyushu

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  • Japan, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Kyoto, Kyushu
  • UIC Teachers Ltd
  • Positions: 10
  • Degree Required

Job Summary

Japan is an amazing place to live and work - and we can help you get there! There is so much to see you will probably stay longer than you thought.The job is stable, varied and you will develop as a teacher.
Why get your job through UIC Teachers? We have been sending teachers to Japan for many years, and know the job inside out. We’ll guide you from interview to visa to getting on the plane.
We are recruiting now.

Details of Position

UIC Teachers offers a free, professional and supportive service to teachers looking to work in Japan. We send teachers to work at Shane English School, a well-known and established group of schools with branches across the greater Tokyo area as well as in other cities. Shane Japan is owned by a Japanese education company and has no connection with Shane schools in other countries.
Working at Shane Japan is certainly full on but also has lots of variety. You use proper TEFL methodology and get good support and ongoing development. The holiday provision is excellent and youll have plenty of opportunity to see all this fantastic country has to offer. Weve got plenty of tips for you on places you should visit. There is always lots to do outside of work and youll have a busy social life. Youll work 5 days a week from lunchtime to mid/late evening. The working week consists of around 25 contact hours and 4 hours or so of prep time 29.5 hours in total. Class sizes are small and there are also quite a few 1:1 lessons. The teaching schedule usually consists of approximately 50% adults and 50% young learners these being everything from 16 years old down to 3. On arrival in Japan there is a one week orientation and training programme where youll look at all the courses, books and materials and go out and observe classes. Youll also get help with getting set up - registering for the Health Scheme, setting up a bank account and any other domestic issues.
Japanese students are very respectful, diligent and supportive of their teachers a delight! Many of our teachers find that the initial one year stay is not enough and stay much longer than they planned. The average stay for teachers is about 3 years at the moment.


University Degree
CELTA/Trinity Cert TESOL. No teaching experience required if you have a CELTA/Trinity Cert.
OR, 60 hours or more TEFL online certificate and 6 months full time teaching experience.

Salary and Benefits

Salary: 252,800yen per month. Overtime and bonus payments also available.
Training and salary advances available - a total of 102,000 yen can be paid within your first week or so.
Hours: 29.5 per week made up of approx. 25 contact hours and 4.5 hours prep time
Hours: More than 6 weeks annual paid leave including 2 weeks plus at Xmas/New Year
Training:1 week initial orientation in Tokyo. Regular teacher workshops and opportunity to do the Diploma
Support: Academic support from DoS and team. Welfare support team
Company accommodation or help with renting privately.
Commuting costs: Reimbursed
Health Insurance: Access to Japanese Government scheme
Work Visa: Help with obtaining this and sponsored by the Company
Contract: 12 month minimum term which is renewable

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