- 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
Organization: Chicago Futabakai Japanese School Day School
Position Title: Full-Time ESL Teacher
Department: English Department
City: Arlington Heights
Full-time/ Part-time: Full-time (40 hours a week); overtime and weekends may be necessary.
10-month academic schedule as per the Japanese school year.
Design and implement lessons based on school and departmental standards. Teach ESL classes for elementary and middle school students. Create and maintain a positive learning environment. Work in a team setting to help achieve professional goals.
-Native level English ability (speaking, readings, writing, and listening)
-Bachelors from an accredited college or university in a related field
-PEL (Professional Educators License), or TBE-Japanese (Transitional Bilingual Educator-Japanese), or 3-5 years of teaching experience.
-At least 2 years of elementary or middle school teaching experience
-Excellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills
-Receptive of feedback
-Japanese proficiency (sufficient ability to perform various school administrative duties and tasks in Japanese)
November 7, 2016 (As soon as possible)
Mr. Toshimasa Asai
Chicago Futabakai Japanese School
2550 N Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Phone: 847-590-5700 Fax: 847-590-9759
“Please send a letter of introduction and resume to Principal Asai. Email only.”
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.