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ESL EFL TEFL Teaching Job in Tokushima Japan.
ESL/EFL/TEFL Teaching Position in Japan for Teaching English Abroad.

Job Title:
One teacher position starting in July
Job Location:
Tokushima > Japan   
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Institution Type:
Language-School
Grade Level
Kindergarten/Primary
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Monthly Salary
250,000 Yen   
Job Description

English Square has one teacher position starting in July (starting date is negotiable). English Square locates in Tokushima, southern part of Japan.(It's in Shikoku) It has over 300 children and students of all ages. Class size is small(1-8). We have a main office and two branch offices in the same city.


Salary is 250,000yen a month, teaching up to 30 classes a week. A house is provided with no key money. Mostly furnished. Need to pay the monthly rent of 40,000yen including water,gas and electlicity.


Applicants should have a university degree and preferably a certificate in teaching English as a foreign language or a background of teaching, but personality and interest or enthusiasm in teaching is more important. Applicants should e-mail a resume and a photo to


Yuko Kinouchi: yukosancanada@yahoo.co.jp


Our homepage is http://www.english-square.jp


   
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
ESL - English as a Second Language | TESL - Teaching English as a Second Language | EFL - English as a Foreign Language | TEFL - Teaching English as a Foreign Language | ESOL - English for Speakers of Other Languages | TESOL - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages | ELT - English Language Teaching | ELL - English Language Learning | CALL - Computer Assisted Language Learning | TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language | TOEIC - Test of English for International Communication

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When considering where in the world you want to teach English, the big 3 for ESL/EFL/TEFL jobs are:

Asia: Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia are the popular spots because they have so many ESL/EFL/TEFL jobs available. In addition, there are always positions coming up infrequently in places like Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia though you must be a qualified teacher to obtain these. You may even find positions for Cambodia and Laos but you should look at the reputation of ESL/EFL/TEFL schools carefully due to lack of a solid legal system for recourse.

Europe: Everyone dreams of teaching English in Greece, Italy, France or Spain but unless you are an European Union (EU) citizen it is difficult to obtain these teaching positions. The more frequent ESL/EFL/TEFL jobs are available in Eastern Europe in places like Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine and Russia. These positions don\'t pay very well by western standards but they provide a lot of opportunity for travel while not teaching.

The Middle East: Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates (UAE) are the most common with Bahrain, Yemen and Qatar occasionally having ESL/EFL/TEFL job openings. Now there are also more teaching positions available in Iraq. The Middle East is popular for the money paid for teaching positions but don\'t expect much of a social life due to cultural restraints.

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