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KOMAZAWA PARK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL:International preschool tokyo | Employment
EMPLOYMENT
KPIS always wants to maintain a strong team of employees who are dedicated to the mission and philosophy of the school. We offer employment opportunities throughout the school year, which operates from late-August until mid-July, for homeroom teachers and teacher assistants as well as administrative staff. We usually recruit for the new school year in early spring of the current school year. However, there may be occasions when openings become available within the school year. Interested applicants should carefully read the information below concerning application guidelines and requirements for positions. Due to the number of inquiries, we may not be able to answer each inquiry individually.
OPENING FOR HOMEROOM TEACHER
KPIS is searching for an enthusiastic, experienced and caring Homeroom Teacher. This position is effective from late March 2017. Working hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Details regarding compensation and other benefits including health insurance, transportation allowance and paid sick leave will be shared with applicants during the interview. Please read Application Guidelines below.
OPENING FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS
KPIS is searching for experienced substitute teachers to join our team. Ideally, substitute teachers should be able to work on short notice, but they are given several days prior notice whenever possible. Working hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Details regarding compensation will be shared with applicants during the interview.
APPLICATION GUIDELINES
Applicant’s application includes: cover letter, resume and one passport-sized photo
Applicant’s resume must clearly indicate teaching qualifications and experience
Applicant’s cover letter, resume and passport-sized photo are sent as separate attachments
Applicant’s attachments must be provided in English
Applicant’s attachments must be provided in PDF or MS Word format
Applicant’s full name and desired position must be clearly indicated in the e-mail’s subject header such as Jessica Smith – Homeroom Teacher
Applicant’s full name and attachment content must be clearly indicated in the attachment title such as Jessica Smith – Cover Letter
Applicant's e-mail to the school is addressed only to us and not to multiple recipients
Applications must be submitted by either postal or electronic mail:

Komazawa Park International School
2-12-16 Fukasawa
Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0081 Japan
contact@kpischool.com

 
HOMEROOM TEACHER REQUIREMENTS
A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education or a related field
Knowledge of teaching methods and child psychology
A teaching certificate
A minimum two years of teaching experience
English fluency
Commitment to a one-year contract
Japanese residence or visa
A successful personal interview with the Principal
A successful demonstration lesson with assigned class
TEACHER ASSISTANT REQUIREMENTS
A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science
A minimum two years of teaching experience
English fluency
Commitment to a one-year contract
Japanese residence or visa
A successful personal interview with the Principal
A successful trial work day with assigned class
AFTERNOON PROGRAM TEACHER REQUIREMENTS
A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education or a related field
Knowledge of teaching methods and child psychology
A teaching certificate
A minimum two years of teaching experience
English fluency
Commitment to a one-year contract
Japanese residence or visa
A successful personal interview with the Principal
A successful demonstration lesson with assigned class
EVENING PROGRAM TEACHER REQUIREMENTS
A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education or a related field
Knowledge of teaching methods and child psychology
A teaching certificate
A minimum two years of teaching experience
English fluency
Commitment to a one-year contract
Japanese residence or visa
A successful personal interview with the Principal
A successful demonstration lesson with assigned class
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER REQUIREMENTS
A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science
A minimum two years of teaching experience
English fluency
Japanese residence or visa
A successful personal interview with the Principal
A successful trial work day with assigned class
Able to work on short notice
Special note: Available substitute teachers are maintained on our database for only one school year, and teachers should notify us whether or not they would like to continue substituting for the new school year.