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Business English & ALT Trainers – Japan – Positions starting March 2018

October 6, 2017

Robert Strachan is the director of International Education Services (IES) – a language training consultancy incorporated in 1969 in Japan. He has written to let me know about jobs with Japanese corporations, government ministries and public schools in Tokyo from March 2018. These are mainly as below:

Business English & ALT Trainers

Accepting applications for university graduates to teach at Japanese corporations, government ministries and public schools in Tokyo. Positions starting March 2018. Contract includes:

  • Guaranteed Annual Salary
  • Visa sponsorship
  • Paid vacations
  • Subsidized health insurance payments (Japan’s national plan covers 70% of medical/dental fees),
  • Contract fulfillment bonus
  • Travel expense reimbursement to/from teaching assignments.
  • Comprehensive assistance with your work-visa submission, hotel and other arrival arrangements, finding accommodation and other settling-in challenges.

To apply, please e-mail cover letter and resume to: jobs@iesnet.co.jp

“International Education Services (IES) is a market-leading language training consultancy incorporated in 1969 in Japan. Headquartered in Tokyo, IES has almost 50 years of experience designing and conducting business, technical, order-made, and cross-cultural communication programs for Japanese corporations and national governmental organizations, as well as providing English instruction in Japanese elementary and secondary schools under the jurisdiction of city/ward boards of education. IES hires directly and exclusively to fill vacancies within the company.”

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