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(updated 2019-07-11)

Title

new Japanese teacher required in Liverpool

Description Language Services Direct, one of the leading language training providers in the UK, is currently looking for a Japanese language trainer to teach two groups of students at a top international company in Liverpool L13 1HD. Please see the details below:

Mondays, 17:00-18:30 (Group 5)
Wednesdays, 17:00-18:30 (Group 4)

Start date for Group 4: 14th of August
Start date for Group 5: 2nd of September

If you are interested or know somebody who might be, please e-mail Damian Beneyto at damian.beneyto@languageservicesdirect.co.uk.
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Organisation Language Services Direct
Contact Damian Beneyto
Email damian.beneyto[ at ]languageservicesdirect.co.uk
Website www.languageservicesdirect.co.uk
Deadline October


Title

new Graduate Teaching Assistant/Teaching Fellow

Description The Department of East Asian Languages andThe Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at SOAS University of London has vacancies for fixed term Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellow appointments for the following modules:

Undergraduate modules:

J100: Elementary Japanese
J200: Intermediate Japanese
Japanese 1a
Japanese 1b
Japanese 2
Japanese 3
Japanese 4
Japanese 5

Postgraduate modules:

Intensive Elementary Japanese 1
Intensive Japanese 1
Intensive Japanese 3
Japanese 1a
Japanese 1b
Japanese 2
Japanese 3
Japanese 4
Japanese 5

These are fractional fixed-term teaching vacancies. The salary includes preparation for and delivery of teaching on these modules as well as marking of student coursework and communication with students outside class time.

Current SOAS PhD students will be appointed as Graduate Teaching Assistants; other applicants will be appointed as Teaching Fellows.

Skills and experience

Candidates will be expected to have (or to acquire, in the case of Graduate Teaching Assistants) specialist knowledge in the subject(s) related to the contracted module, the ability to teach undergraduate/postgraduate students from a diverse background, and strong time management skills, with the ability to plan work independently and meet varied deadlines.

About the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures

Our expertise in the languages and cultures of China, Inner Asia, Japan and Korea covers one of the oldest yet most dynamic and important regions of the world. Our interdisciplinary degree programmes mean we have close ties with other disciplines across SOAS, and with the SOAS China Institute (SCI), home to the largest community of Chinese Studies scholars in Europe. The SCI channels an unrivalled breadth and depth of expertise on China to the wider worlds of government, business, media, education, the arts, NGOs and beyond.

An important part of our undergraduate programmes focuses on language acquisition, and our students and staff are required to develop and maintain a language competence and literacy in the culture of their specialisation. The choice of languages we offer is unmatched in Europe, and includes: Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien (Taiwanese)), Tibetan, Japanese, Korean.

Further information about the department is available online here: https://www.soas.ac.uk/east-asia/

Further information

Payment will generally be made over a period of ten, seven or four months according to your teaching and marking responsibilities. Annual salary will be calculated based on the number of contracted hours. Applicants should complete the brief online application form and upload their CV and a supporting statement. All applications will be retained to be considered for future vacancies during this academic session. If a vacancy for which you are suitable becomes available, we will contact you.
Marking payments for assessments will normally be paid in agreement with the department.

Further information regarding our fractional teaching support staff is available online here: https://www.soas.ac.uk/hr/fractional-teachers/.

Applicants should complete the brief online application form and upload their CV and a supporting statement. All applications will be retained to be considered for future vacancies during this academic session. If a vacancy for which you are suitable becomes available, we will contact you.

Due to the volume of applications received, and the ad hoc nature of appointments, we will only be able to contact candidates if we are interested in inviting them to interview.
Any offer of appointment to teach on a particular module is subject to sufficient student enrolment and budget allocation. There is no guarantee that the module will be running in the coming academic year.

Closing Date: 4 July 2019

Completed applications must be received by 23:59 on the closing date to be considered.

Please note that it will not be possible for SOAS to issue a Certificate of Sponsorship for successful candidates as this role does not fall into one of the standard occupational codes deemed eligible for sponsorship by UK Visas and Immigration. Successful candidates will therefore need to be eligible to work in the UK or have limited leave to remain in the UK and associated right to work for the duration of their employment with SOAS, in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.
If you have any questions or require any assistance with regard to the application process, please contact hr-recruitment@soas.ac.uk.

For the details:
https://jobs.soas.ac.uk/fe/tpl_soasnet01.asp?s=4A515F4E5A565B1A&jobid=70922,7134028761&key=31448635&c=865823989856&pagestamp=seqhuiinmhomrpvemc
Cultures at SOAS University of London has vacancies for fixed term Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellow appointments for the following modules:

Undergraduate modules:

J100: Elementary Japanese
J200: Intermediate Japanese
Japanese 1a
Japanese 1b
Japanese 2
Japanese 3
Japanese 4
Japanese 5

Postgraduate modules:

Intensive Elementary Japanese 1
Intensive Japanese 1
Intensive Japanese 3
Japanese 1a
Japanese 1b
Japanese 2
Japanese 3
Japanese 4
Japanese 5

These are fractional fixed-term teaching vacancies. The salary includes preparation for and delivery of teaching on these modules as well as marking of student coursework and communication with students outside class time.

Current SOAS PhD students will be appointed as Graduate Teaching Assistants; other applicants will be appointed as Teaching Fellows.

Skills and experience

Candidates will be expected to have (or to acquire, in the case of Graduate Teaching Assistants) specialist knowledge in the subject(s) related to the contracted module, the ability to teach undergraduate/postgraduate students from a diverse background, and strong time management skills, with the ability to plan work independently and meet varied deadlines.

About the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures

Our expertise in the languages and cultures of China, Inner Asia, Japan and Korea covers one of the oldest yet most dynamic and important regions of the world. Our interdisciplinary degree programmes mean we have close ties with other disciplines across SOAS, and with the SOAS China Institute (SCI), home to the largest community of Chinese Studies scholars in Europe. The SCI channels an unrivalled breadth and depth of expertise on China to the wider worlds of government, business, media, education, the arts, NGOs and beyond.

An important part of our undergraduate programmes focuses on language acquisition, and our students and staff are required to develop and maintain a language competence and literacy in the culture of their specialisation. The choice of languages we offer is unmatched in Europe, and includes: Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien (Taiwanese)), Tibetan, Japanese, Korean.

Further information about the department is available online here: https://www.soas.ac.uk/east-asia/

Further information

Payment will generally be made over a period of ten, seven or four months according to your teaching and marking responsibilities. Annual salary will be calculated based on the number of contracted hours. Applicants should complete the brief online application form and upload their CV and a supporting statement. All applications will be retained to be considered for future vacancies during this academic session. If a vacancy for which you are suitable becomes available, we will contact you.
Marking payments for assessments will normally be paid in agreement with the department.

Further information regarding our fractional teaching support staff is available online here: https://www.soas.ac.uk/hr/fractional-teachers/.

Applicants should complete the brief online application form and upload their CV and a supporting statement. All applications will be retained to be considered for future vacancies during this academic session. If a vacancy for which you are suitable becomes available, we will contact you.

Due to the volume of applications received, and the ad hoc nature of appointments, we will only be able to contact candidates if we are interested in inviting them to interview.
Any offer of appointment to teach on a particular module is subject to sufficient student enrolment and budget allocation. There is no guarantee that the module will be running in the coming academic year.

Closing Date: 4 July 2019

Completed applications must be received by 23:59 on the closing date to be considered.

Please note that it will not be possible for SOAS to issue a Certificate of Sponsorship for successful candidates as this role does not fall into one of the standard occupational codes deemed eligible for sponsorship by UK Visas and Immigration. Successful candidates will therefore need to be eligible to work in the UK or have limited leave to remain in the UK and associated right to work for the duration of their employment with SOAS, in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.
If you have any questions or require any assistance with regard to the application process, please contact hr-recruitment@soas.ac.uk.

For the details:
https://jobs.soas.ac.uk/fe/tpl_soasnet01.asp?s=4A515F4E5A565B1A&jobid=70922,7134028761&key=31448635&c=865823989856&pagestamp=seqhuiinmhomrpvemc
Organisation SOAS, University of London
Contact Human Resource
Email hr-recruitment[ at ]soas.ac.uk
Website www.soas.ac.uk
Deadline '4 July 2019


Title

new Part Time Japanese Teacher

Description "Japanese is offered as an extra curriculum GCSE subject either before or after school. The successful applicant will be required to deliver 4 lessons per week, the days of work are flexible.
Unqualified teachers are welcome to apply.
For full details please see the school website. "
Organisation Tomlinscote School
Contact Anna Finch
Email afinch[ at ]tomlinscoteschool.com
Website www.tomlinscoteschool.com
Deadline We reserve the right to interview upon receipt of a suitable applicant.


Title

new Japanese Language Teacher

Description Background
With over 900 employees, London Branch is the largest of Mizuho Bank's offices in EMEA region. We provide an extensive range of corporate lending and deposit-taking activities. Particular strengths include leveraged, structured, asset-based, trade and project finance, supported by a sophisticated treasury operation. We also have certain industrial research capabilities and can provide corporate clients with a range of customised advice.

By employing professionals drawn from many different nationalities, who have specialised knowledge and expertise in their chosen area of finance, we aim to be the best partner for our clients. We seek to meet clients’ needs and adapt to changes in market circumstances. Although based in London, we maintain a global perspective and aim to behave with the highest integrity, making a positive contribution to the global economy and society.

The classes
There are a range of classes, from beginners to colleagues seeking to take the JLPT Levels 4 and 5. The students are using the Japanese for Busy People textbook, and we require a tutor who can continue to work with these textbooks to ensure continuity for our students. Students also communicate directly with the current tutor.

Currently classes take place weekly for 1 hour between business hours over the course of 2 days. We have facilities for classes onsite in our modern offices and can store materials as required. Students are required to complete homework (up to 1 hour per week) and must also prepare for periodic tests to check understanding. Some students have been studying for a number of years, and there are new classes twice a year (subject to demand). Class sizes can range from 2 colleagues to up to 10, and students tend to be enthusiastic students. Many also speak additional languages and are not native English speakers.

Skills and Qualifications required
Those interested should be qualified language teachers, ideally with prior experience teaching Japanese in the UK. You will have experience teaching Japanese to adult learners, adapting your style to their needs. You will be able to design and deliver lessons and tests that are both engaging and challenging.
Organisation Mizuho Bank, Ltd
Contact Emma Gurrey
Email emma.gurrey[ at ]mhcb.co.uk
Website https://www.mizuho-emea.com/
Deadline Friday 11 May 2019


Title

new Part-time Japanese Language Teacher

Description "Languages for All offers a portfolio of language courses to non-specialist language learners at the University of Essex. Courses are currently delivered by a mixture of permanent core teaching staff and part-time teachers, and are delivered as evening classes. Due to sustained and planned future growth in our levels of activity we wish to expand our Japanese teaching provision. This opportunity may also be suitable for PhD Students looking to gain valuable experience in teaching.

Duties of the Post

The purpose of these posts is to teach evening language classes within the Languages for All programme at beginner and/or post-beginner levels as needed and to contribute to the successful administration and delivery of the Languages for All programme.

You will be required to carry out all associated assessment duties for the classes taught; assist the Languages for All team in the reviewing the Languages for All courses by providing relevant feedback; and attend relevant meetings and/or workshops as needed.

Qualifications and Skills required

Those interested should have a degree or equivalent graduate qualification in a subject relevant to the teaching of the language, and prior experience of teaching in the target language in a professional setting in the UK. A prior teaching qualification is also desirable. In addition, you will possess the ability to teach relevant language at beginners and post-beginners levels, providing appropriate cultural background; and the ability to motivate and encourage students in the completion of non-credited language courses.

Teaching takes place at our Colchester campus. Courses are currently being scheduled to start in October 2019

How to Apply

If you are interested in joining our team, please submit an expression of interest via email, including an up-to-date CV, to Dr Ángel Osle, Languages for All Coordinator, at a.osle [at] essex.ac.uk."
Organisation University of Essex
Contact Dr Ángel Osle
Email a.osle[ at ]essex.ac.uk
Website https://www.essex.ac.uk/departments/language-and-linguistics/languages-for-all
Deadline 30/06/2019


Title

new Japanese Language Tutor

Description "PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

To teach the Japanese Beginner course as part of the Third Term activities, ensuring all associated teaching duties are performed to the required standard.
To contribute to the design and development of Japanese Beginner courses, academic administration.
To respond appropriately to day-to-day operational problems and solve issues raised by students, referring matters on where necessary.

The position will require 2 hours a day of teaching (Monday – Friday) from Monday 3rd June – Friday 28th June inclusive. The time of the teaching hours will be arranged upon successful appointment. You will be paid for 2 hours of teaching and 2 hours of preparation per day.

LEARNING & TEACHING
To ensure that all aspects of programme delivery, both teaching and teaching related, meet the stated aims and learning outcomes and contribute towards the implementation of relevant academic initiatives to ensure best practice.
Use a variety of creative learning and teaching methods/materials.
Administer assessments measuring student performance and ensuring that learning outcomes have been met; set students’ work, assess and make sound judgements about progress, providing feedback that is honest, detailed and constructive.
Review and recommend adaptation of course content in response to student feedback and need, with a view to improving student retention and enhancing student success.
Provide a first point of contact for student welfare issues, referring problems on where they are complex or serious.
Seek ways of improving own performance by reflecting on own teaching in terms of content, design and delivery and obtaining feedback and analysing feedback and results

RESEARCH & KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE
Participate in formal networks; develop internal and external partnerships in order to disseminate information, share best practice, establish opportunities for collaborative work and enhance the reputation of the University.
Engage in scholarly activity and support research.

TEAMWORKING
Plan personal workload and achieve goals through working flexibly with colleagues in the Language Centre/Department/Faculty and across the University.
Collaborate with colleagues through team meetings on course developments, changes, or student issues.

PLEASE EMAIL YOUR CV TO languagecentre [at] mmu.ac.uk . You should only apply if you are available to teach on the dates specified above."
Organisation Manchester Metropolitan University
Contact Caroline Collier
Email languagecentre[ at ]mmu.ac.uk
Website https://www2.mmu.ac.uk/languagecentre/
Deadline 22nd April 2019


Title

new Japanese tutor, Guildford

Description Surrey Adult Learning is looking for a teacher of Japanese to join its team of Japanese tutors. Classes are taught weekly in the evenings during term-time to groups of up to 16 adult learners at the Adult Learning Centre in Guildford. The new tutor will initially take over a Stage 3 evening class from the summer term, with the possibility of more classes and levels from September.

Ideally, you should have some experience of teaching and a teaching qualification, but those with some teaching experience and who are working towards a teaching qualification will also be considered.
Organisation Surrey Adult Learning
Contact Koula Crawley-Moore
Email koula.crawleymoore[ at ]surreycc.gov.uk
Website www.surreycc.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/adult-learning
Deadline 8th March 2019


Title

new Classroom Teacher

Description We are looking for a classroom teacher for our Saturday school. Please contact us if you are interested. Then we will make an arrangement a visit for you to see our school and meet our team.

Location: Harvington Prep School, 20 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London, W5 2DS
Job title: Classroom teacher
Purpose of the job: To provide safe, high quality education and care for our Saturday school primary age children.

Main duties:
To be responsible for teaching Japanese language and culture to primary age pupils.

To be responsible for preparing lesson plans and teaching pupils in accordance with the curriculum we set out, using creative, interactive and engaging teaching methods to encourage pupils to actively participate in classroom activities and develop knowledge and skill of Japanese language and culture, and so on.
Organisation Tulip London
Contact Hisako Onuki
Email onuki[ at ]tuliplondon.org.uk
Website http://tuliplondon.org.uk
Deadline 8th March 2019


Title

Japanese teacher-primary

Description Please email school if interested in teaching japanese to primary school children in Isle of wight.
Organisation Lanesend Primary School
Contact Ruth Gangonells
Email Ruth.Gangonells[ at ]lanesendpri.iow.sch.uk
Website www.lanesendprimary.co.uk
Deadline 24-Jun-19


Title

Teachers of Japanese

Description International House London is currently looking for teachers of Japanese to join our team.
Our classes are on weekdays in the evening and weekends (Saturday mornings, Sunday morning and afternoon); we also deliver private and in-company tuitions (groups and 1:1) any time of the day.
If you are interested please send your updated CV and teaching qualifications to lara.panzini[at]ihlondon.com
Teaching rates – competitive
Organisation International House London
Contact Lara Panzini
Email lara.panzini[ at ]ihlondon.com
Website www.ihlondon.com
Deadline March 2019