Middle/Junior High School,College/University,Business English
Native English Speaker
Our students include corporate office workers, professionals, and students (Jr. High / High school, colleges / Universities)
one-to-one, semi private, group, class
- Teaching young language learners (Jr. High / High school, colleges / Universities) and adults (business or general English)
- Administering Berkeley House level checks and helping assign textbooks based on language level and lesson focus
- Keeping track of important lesson details on class record sheets
- 25-32 teaching hours
- Mon-Fri OR Tue-Sat with two consecutive days off
- Up to twenty hours initial training is required for all Berkeley House teachers
- Course specific orientations will be held
The ideal candidate will be:
- A native or near native speaker of English with an understanding of English grammar and sentence structure
- In possession of a four-year degree from an accredited university plus a CELTA, TESOL, TESL, or teaching certificate. (Candidates who have an MA?MS in any discipline plus a language teaching certificate are preferred)
- Have at least two years' experience teaching non-native speakers of English
Please submit the following materials to apply for the position:
1. Current CV
2. Cover letter
3. Berkeley House Employment Applications
*You will find application forms through our website.
Only applicants who submit all documents and pass the initial screening will be contacted. The application process consists of in-person or Skype interviews with the HR manager, Program Manager, and Department Manager. Candidates will also be asked to present a 30-minute teaching demonstration.
Travel expenses to/from work location reimbursed
51 - 75
At Berkeley House Language Center (BHLC), we pride ourselves on providing the highest level of language programs to meet the specific needs of our valued clients. As part of our commitment to quality, we ensure that we have expert knowledge of teaching techniques or industry insight so that whatever we are teaching, we have the depth of understanding necessary to achieve the best results possible for our students. With over 40 years’ experience with language learners in Japan, we have developed teaching techniques that bring out their strengths and scaffold patterned areas that need improvement. We have the unique responsibility of helping a variety of students (from business people and government officials to young language learners and their teachers and the staff who support them) learn over 40 languages, so we have created a system that allows teachers to use their training and expertise, but also keeps consistency in regard to lesson planning and teaching techniques used in the classroom. At the heart of our teaching method is the idea that our language teachers should act as facilitators as opposed to lecturers, creating a learning environment that is student-centered and promotes high student talk time even during structured and controlled practice.