Teacher Vacancy In Japan

Job Description

Teacher Vacancy In Japan – Kaisei Junior & Senior High School is a Private organization which is hiring Any Graduate for the Full-Time (8 hours) job for the Post of English Teacher with salary of JPY 50000 To JPY 56000 Per Month in Tokyo, Kantō Region, Japan 116-0013.

We are looking to employ an English teacher with an outstanding track record of teaching English lessons to students from Elementary School through to High School. The English teacher will be responsible for teaching reading, writing, and speaking skills.

To ensure success as an English teacher, the candidate must be qualified in English as a first language. The English teacher must possess a pleasant disposition that will enhance the learning process. Ultimately, an outstanding English teacher should engage students in meaningful and fun activities, creating an environment conducive to learning.

Job Details

Hiring Organization Kaisei Junior & Senior High School
Post Name English Teacher
Qualification Any Graduate
Industry Private
Employment Type Full Time
Work Hours 8 Hours
Salary JPY 50000 To JPY 56000 Per Month
Location Tokyo, Kantō RegionJapan 116-0013

About Organization

The Kaisei Academy is a preparatory boys’ private secondary school located in the Arakawa ward of Tokyo, Japan. It was founded. The Kaisei Academy has since educated notable figures across many different fields and is considered one of the most prestigious schools in the country.

The school has had the most number of entrants to the University of Tokyo, which is regarded as the best university in Japan. Founded, the Kaisei Academy has produced a large number of noted alumni. Every year three hundred students are admitted to its junior high school, and one hundred students to its high school.

The school’s primary policy is  (Shitsu-jitsu-gou-ken), which means strong, simple, or spartan. The school policy is well represented in its school events such as an athletic meeting, marathon, swimming summer school, and annual boat race with Senior High School at Otsuka, University of Tsukuba.

The school, which has produced many notable alumni, was founded. At first, it was established as the Kyōryū Gakkō as a preparatory school. After World War II, this school was integrated into the University of Tokyo. Its motto is “The pen is mightier than the sword”, and is often known by the Japanese abbreviation “pen-ken” (pen-sword).


  • Teach basic English skills including reading, writing, and speaking.
  • Compose lesson plans in order to successfully incorporate the full duration of each lesson.
  • Execute lessons efficiently using different styles of teaching depending on the content.
  • Engage students to ensure a lively classroom atmosphere.
  • Instruct students about the structure and content of the English language.
  • Teach students the spelling of words, and their meanings.
  • Emphasize the rules of composition, grammar, and sentence construction.
  • Teach students the correct pronunciation of words.
  • Teach students to think critically when studying literature and poetry.
  • Teach students to analyze and question media reports, advertisements, and news reports.


  • Excellent English pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar skills.
  • Confidence and skills to give motivating and interesting lessons to your students.
  • Develop your own teaching materials.
  • Assessment.
  • Reflect on your own practice and micro-teaching.
  • Mastery of your subject.


  • Be a role model.
  • Embrace a balanced lifestyle.
  • Have variety in your career.
  • Join the school community.
  • Share your passion.
  • Enjoy the rewards and financial incentives.

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