Job Openings at Unmei Nihongo Center
JAPANESE LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR
• At least JLPT N4 Passer
• Male or Female (At least 21 years old and above)
• At least graduate of any 4 year course,except for those who are schollastically of good report but for some reason, failed to do so
• Excellent communication skills
• Willing to be deployed to different branches of Unmei and on-site projects (if needed)
• Time is flexible
• Patient and passionate in educating students
Other qualifications that will serve as an advantage:
• Experience in working/studying in Japan for not less than 1 year
• Exposure in a place where Japanese Language is actively used
• Degree in Japanology, Japan Studies, International Studies, or any Japanese related course.
• Units or Diploma in Education or Teaching is also a plus.
• Teaching Nihongo to students (clients are mostly students and employees)
• Preparing syllabus / lesson plan
• Evaluate students’ performance, provide appropriate recommendations, and monitor their progress
Please send your resume to: [email protected] You will receive a phone call from the admin team once you’ve passed the paper screening.
For inquiries, please look for Ms. Yvette at the following lines:
Phone: 0917-315-8909 • 0949-777-3327
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