English Teacher – Relocate to Japan

G'Day Japan! / English Teacher – Relocate to Japan

We’re currently looking for English teachers at one of the English shools in Japan. You will be working with the 2nd largest private education group in Japan comprised of 7 brands with more than 1800 school.

This is a great opportunity to develop your career in education and gain experience living in Japan. If you’ve been thinking about teaching English in Japan, now is the best time to apply!

Work for this position will commence in about 3 months once employed, and support for finding accommodation, opening bank account and mobile phone contract provided.

Your roles and responsibilities include:

  • Plan, design and deliver English lessons and incorporating new activities, games and songs, etc. 
  • Conduct regular evaluation of student progress, write reports and help students to reach their language goals
  • Communicating regularly with students, coworkers and students’ parents / guardians
  • Assist other teachers with their classes, actively participate in other student’s activities and attend a school event
  • Insure a safe and hygienic school environment
  • Other duties as assigned

Benefits and conditions:

  • Transportation Allowance
  • Enrolment in National Health and Pension schemes, Employment Insurance and Industrial Accident Compensation Insurance

  • Uniform Partially Provided

  • Comprehensive Training

  • 1-year employment renewable contract with competitive local salary (between 3.0 to 3.24 million yen per year) 

  • 10 paid days after 6 months of employment
  • Visa sponsorship available


  • As an English-language teacher for children, proficiency in English is a must

  • Have a bachelor’s degree

  • Previous teaching experience is a plus

  • Be outgoing and a self-starter willing to take on the responsibility

Ready to apply? Submit your application form below.

Want to find out more? Contact us via email: info@reallifework.com.
*Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.