Japan Assistant Language Teachers- Start dates throughout the year
The land of the rising sun is a contrast between the old and the new. You have probably heard that said before but now is the time to come and experience it at one of the many schools and institutions that Aclipse has partnered with in Japan. We are looking for motivated, able, English speaking instructors for a variety of positions. Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) positions are available in public junior high, elementary schools and kindergartens across Japan. Some of our partners require teachers for group and one-on-one adult classes as well as children’s classes. In some cases you will be able to specialize in one type of class and students, while in others you will get experience with all lessons.


While benefits and working conditions differ from country to country, many of the schools we represent offer the following:

- Lucrative salaries (up to $35,000 + DOE)
- Visa sponsorship
- Airfare reimbursed
- Free housing
- Medical insurance assistance
- One month salary contract completion bonus
- Contribution into national pension (North Americans can collect this after departing the country)
- Curriculum and teaching resources provided
- Comprehensive training
- 5 day work weeks

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college

  • Be eligible for a work visa

  • Be a native English speaker (first language is English)

  • Be able to commit to a one year contract

  • No criminal record
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Hello Aclipse,

Please contact me for teaching in Japan.

I am available immediately.

15 years of experience teaching in 4 countries with all agegroups and special needs students as well.

American citizen, 41years old, well traveled. Fluent in English and Hebrew. Medium level Spanish, Russian and Hindi speaker.


Ethan Doron.
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I am looking for a teaching position in Tokyo. I have a Ma and Diploma in TESOL. How may I forward my resume to you? Esha - Email Removed">Email Removed.

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I am ready to start working ASAP!
I love Japan and Japanese culture
I am a native english speaker
My name is Nick
I would love to work for you Japan!
I am willing to work 40+ hours + weekends!
I am full of energy and full of life
I hope we can be friends!
I am ready to start working today
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