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Full-time IMMEDIATE START *English Conversation Teacher at IAC Tomigusuku*

at IAC in Tomigusuku

IAC Academy of Language and Overseas Study is currently accepting applications from native English instructors for teaching positions in Okinawa. IAC is an established and growing language school, with locations in Okinawa and Fukuoka. We employ a diverse group of foreign and Japanese staff, each of whom play an integral role and we are looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our team in Tomigusuku beginning mid November.

IAC offers a range of programs and curricula catering to both children and adults and the full time position offered involves teaching a mix of these classes. The schedule is from Tuesday to Saturday. Each day begins in the late afternoon teaching English conversation to kids and typically finishes in the evening with adult classes. Preschooler and elementary aged kids classes, which make up the majority of this position, focus on facilitating English language learning through activities, games and songs.

IAC requests that candidates be versatile and motivated to teach a range of programs and age groups. Above all, applicants must truly enjoy interacting with children, students and staff. In addition to the aforementioned qualities, applicants must be native English speakers, and must hold a university degree or a valid visa. Preference will be given to those with prior teaching experience. A valid driver’s license is also a valuable asset.

Our academy offers competitive ¥200000 monthly salary, a friendly work environment and opportunity for advancement within. Sponsorship is available for the right candidate and those who commit to a 1 year contract. IAC will also provide accommodation assistance for candidates who are relocating or for those who request it.

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