- Chicago Futabakai School
- Japanese program at Burr School (Preschool).
- Japanese Teacher at Near the Pier Preschool
- JET Program Coordinator at the Embassy
- Administrative Assistant at the Embassy
Wanted immediately: English and ESL Teacher
-Qualifications: Current PEL (Professional Educator’s License), TBE- Japanese (Transitional Bilingual Educator’s Liscence – Japanese), or 3-5 years of experience teaching English to Japanese children in a school setting.
-Ability to plan and deliver classes to multiage groups (1/2 multiage, 3/4 multiage, 5/6 multiage) and Junior high classes. All classes are taught in English and follow either an ESL or English Language Arts curriculum. Materials vary per grade and English level. 16-20 hours of teaching a week. Some pre-K or kindergarten classes may to included.
-Some Japanese language skills are a plus.
-Must be a team player who can work in a highly collaborative environment.
-Ability follows Japanese Ministry of Education mandates including:
-Schedule (School year is April through March. First term is early/mid-April through mid July, second term is late august through mid-December), and third term is early January through mid-March).
-Major school events (3-4 Sundays a year)
-Contract will be (tentatively) 11/7/2016- mid March, with possible re-contracting for the next school year.
For more information and an official job description, please contact Ryan Christie at email@example.com
We have 5 classes, 3 in the morning and 2 in the afternoon. Our schedule in the past has looked like this:
Akiko Sensei came every Wednesday till the end of the school year, minus vacation days for CPS. Please let me know if you need any more information.
Contact: Tonia Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org)Full-time position. The hours would be from 8 am-5pm Monday-Friday. Every class on Tuesdays learns Japanese. The pay rate is something not to be discussed with Tonia Evans, but is handled by the Human Resource Department.