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Gottschalk Teacher of English at Kobe College High School in Nishinomiya, Japan

Employer
Kobe College Corporation
Location
Kobe College High School
Salary
4,691,200 JPY
Closing date
Jul 11, 2023

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Job Role
Teacher / Instructor
Focus Area
Secondary Education
Job Type
Full-time

Job Details

Job Title, School and Location

  • Full-time Teacher of English as an Other Language with extra-curricular duties to high-achieving Japanese girls in grades 7 through 12
  • Kobe College Junior and Senior High School, a comprehensive private school http://www.kobejogakuin-h.ed.jp/english/message.html
  • Nishinomiya, Japan

Contract, Salary and Benefits

  • Two-year contract, beginning April 1, 2024, with the possibility of extensions for up to a total of a five-year stay
  • A salary of 4,691,200 yen per year plus subsidized furnished housing provided by the school, and Japanese language study

Qualifications

       Required

  • Bachelor’s degree (with a major in English or Education preferred)
  • Speaker of standard English with strong grammar and writing skills

Preferred

  • TESOL certification
  • Teaching Credential (any state)

Position Expectations

  • Be flexible to either team teach or solo teach
  • Be able to write lesson plans
  • Be able to create/modify a curriculum according to the students’ linguistic needs and interests by incorporating activities such as conversations, speeches, cultural discussions, debates, group projects, and presentations
  • Fully participate with colleagues in extracurricular professional duties before and after designated class time

To Apply

  • Visit Gottschalk Teachers at the KCC-JEE website

(link https://www.kccjee.org/gottschalk-teachers-recruitment) to obtain and submit application materials, and for information about an online information session

  • Deadline for applications is July 12, 2023

For questions, please check our FAQ site: https://www.kccjee.org/gottschalk-teachers-faq

Company

We were founded in Chicago in 1920, to raise money to support the work of the Congregational missionaries who founded Kobe College in Kobe, Japan. Over the years, we've expanded our mission to provide opportunities for both Kobe College students and American students,researchers and educators to travel and experience Japan and America.

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