Jul 5

Job: Esl instructors, Mahidol University (Thailand)

Thanks to Jet alum Stephen Smith for sharing this great job listing. Posted by Kay Monroe (Miyazaki-shi, 1995 -97).
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Position: Esl instructors
Posted by: Mahidol University
Type: Full-time
Location: Thailand
Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications. 
Start date: NA

Overview:

The Faculty of ICT at Mahidol University would like to employ several highly talented individuals to join our staff in the academic year 2012, starting in August, at our Salaya campus. Full-time positions are now available for any successful applicant who holds the following minimum required qualifications: Read More


Jun 25

Job: Associate Editor – ESL Oxford University Press (NYC)

Via Indeed.com. Posted by Kay Monroe (Miyazaki-shi, 1995 -97).
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Position: Associate Editor – ESL
Posted by: Oxford University Press
Type: Full-time
Location: New York, NY
Salary:  N/A
Start Date: N/A

http://www.oup.com/us/corporate/jobs/ny/31919999/?view=usa

Responsibilities:
Oxford University Press is dedicated to producing English language teaching materials that allow students to realize their potential. Join the American English Language Teaching team in our mission to bring the very best ELT materials to classrooms across the world.

Position Summary:
Are you interested in joining a creative and collaborative editorial team? Do you enjoy editing, managing projects, and solving problems? Are you detail-oriented? Can you work collaboratively to high standards? Oxford University Press is looking for an Associate Editor to join its prestigious English Language Teaching division. The Associate Editor will edit and proof print, audio, and digital products and work with project teams on market research and outside reviewing while maintaining schedules and budgets.

Successful candidates will possess strong organizational and communication skills; they will also show themselves to have effective time management skills, as well as able multi-taskers. Two plus years publishing experience preferred. ESL/ELT teaching experience a plus.

Submissions for advertised and posted positions should be sent to the address below. Electronic mail responses to positions are also accepted.

Human Resources Representative
Oxford University Press
198 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Fax: 212-726-6458
Email: hrny.us@oup.com

When applying for any position, please state the position you are interested in, salary requirements and the source of the advertisement. Please, no phone inquiries.

http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=5e434f6003ed3541&q=Esl&l=New+York,+new+york&tk=170h7tj8906ag6k1&from=ja&alid=004a0b81162b6a61&utm_source=jobseeker_emails&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=job_alerts


May 1

Job: Seeking a Japanese native-speaker/collaborator on book project 05.01.12

Thanks to JET Alum Justin Moy for passing on this interesting opportunity about a unique book project. Posted by Kay Monroe (Miyazaki-shi, 1995 -97).
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Position: Japanese Collaborator for ESL Book

Posted by: Daniel Gauss
Type: Full-time
Location: N/A
Salary:  
Deferred pay
Start Date: N/A

Author of an ESL book to be published in the Spanish-speaking world is seeking a Japanese collaborator to tailor the book for Japanese English-learners. The purpose of the book is for learners to acquire English idioms and vocabulary through reading English instead of relying heavily on line translations. For more information about the book on Amazon, click on the following link:

http://www.amazon.com/Sucks-Youll-Wanna-Anyway-ebook/dp/B004TSPAQS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1301236827&sr=8-1

Job Responsibilities:
– Write chapter introductions in Japanese
– Add introductions in Japanese to the vocabulary sections
– Write up short explanations or translations of difficult English words in the text
– Aid in changing the main character of the book to a Japanese hero or heroine (Main character is currently
a young woman from Spain studying English in New York.)
– Aid in communication with Japanese publishers to publish book in Japan

Job Requirements:
– At least a bachelor’s degree
– Proficient in written Japanese
– English teaching experience in Japan (preferred)

Compensation:
– Deferred pay (If the book is published in Japan and earns a profit, you will receive 50% of the cut.)

Note: This can be discussed, but a percentage of the profit can be donated to a charity supporting Japan.

Contact: Please send credentials to the author, Daniel Gauss, by e-mailing him at djg51qu@gmail.com.


Apr 17

Job: Part-time ESL Teacher position available (Seattle) 04.17.12

Via Pacific Northwest JETAA. Posted by Kay Monroe (Miyazaki-shi, 1995 -97).
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Position: ESL Instructors

Posted by: Azumano International
Type: Part-time
Location: Seattle, WA
Salary See below

Start Date: N/A
http://azumanointernational.com

Megan Woodward (CIR 2008-10, Sapporo, Japan) currently works for Azumano International, a small travel company in downtown Seattle that works with Japanese clients, including school groups. They have several programs coming this summer, more than in years past, and are sending out the call for part-time ESL instructors; JETAA members are encouraged to apply. Teachers are needed for 1 or 2 week periods from the beginning of August to mid-September.


Pay Rate: $25/classroom hour, $7/class day for materials reimbursement
Locations: UW campus or SPU campus
How to Apply: Send a resume to seattle.edu@azumano.com and they will schedule an interview.

 


Nov 17

Job: Work for the Korean Government Teaching English

Stephanie Boegeman (ALT, Akita-ken, 2006-09) gets her kicks from finding fun crazy ways to see the world and getting paid to do it. She is constantly in search of job, internship, and travel ideas to add to her site Playing With Hire, in the hopes that more JET alumni and like-minded souls join her in her quest to find creative, inspiring, and unique ways to make ends meet.

If you loved your stint with JET, but need to mix it up a bit, perhaps you should consider working for EPIK (English Program in Korea), a national English teaching program sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Development. Applicants looking to begin work this March should apply by *Dec. 1st*. More details on the program are available here.


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