Opportunity Lineup

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ALT > Apply Now!

Spring into a new job in 2017! 

Interac expects to have many opportunities across Japan in the spring of 2017. This is your chance to get ahead of the crowd and apply for a full- or part-time position in kindergartens, elementary, junior, and high schools as an ALTs (assistant language teacher). 
Salary: from ¥230,000 to ¥250,000 starting per calendar month. 
 
By region, Interac is looking for ALTs in the following areas:
  • Hokkaido (all areas)
  • Tohoku area: Akita, Aomori, Fukushima, Iwate, Miyagi and Yamagata Prefectures
  • Kanto area: Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Ibaraki, Tochigi and Gunma Prefectures
  • Chubu area: Aichi, Shizuoka, Niigata, Toyama, Ishikawa, Fukui and Yamanashi Prefectures
  • Kansai area: Osaka, Hyogo, Mie, Shiga, Kyoto, Nara and Wakayama Prefectures
  • Chugoku/Shikoku area: Okayama, Tottori, Shimane, Yamaguchi, Tokushima, Kagawa, Ehime and Kochi Prefectures
  • Kyushu area: Fukuoka, Saga, Kumamoto, Nagasaki, Oita, Kagoshima and Miyazaki Prefectures
This is your chance to get ahead of the crowd and apply for a full- or part-time position in kindergartens, elementary, junior, and high schools as an ALTs (assistant language teacher).
 
Interac ALTs can expect to:
  • Get your new job off on the right foot with an intensive (paid!) initial training and orientation session
  • Work Mondays to Fridays with most weekends and holidays off 
  • Have scheduled teaching hours between 8 am and 5 pm 
  • Work occasional evenings or weekends for special school events
  • Attend on-going skills development and training programs
  • Become an important part of your school and local community
  • Have the chance to take advantage of opportunities that will prepare you for potential advancement to positions like, head teacher, trainer, or even office staff.
ALTs enrich the lives of children by sharing your knowledge of English, building communication skills, and sharing cultural insights. Your job would be two-fold: language instructor and cultural ambassador. These two aspects are inseparable, and Interac ALTs aim to become experts in both. Entrusted with being the English expert in the classroom, you could expect to teach on your own, with a Japanese teacher present to help manage the classroom.
 
COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION TODAY!
 
Before submitting your application, we strongly advise you to check the requirements listed above in order to ensure that you meet them. We also recommend that you double check the details on your resume in order to ensure that the status of residence, phone, email, previous work details, etc. are accurate. Due to the ongoing nature of our recruiting activities, it may be some time before you receive a response to your application.

 

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National Relief Teacher > Apply Now!

 Spring into a new job in 2017!

 
Interac has nearly 3,000 teachers in more than 2.1 million English classes in over 7,000 elementary, junior high, and high schools throughout Japan. Let’s be honest – sometimes things don’t always go to plan. That’s where you would come in… 
 
When the Interac ALT who is normally assigned to a school is absent for a long period of time, we send in the National Relief Teachers. They are our parachute- wearing, rappelling, arctic-trekking, scuba-diving (in other words, can do anything) super teachers who are ready to step in a moment’s notice to save the day, week, month, or in some cases the year.
 
We are looking for teachers with experience in elementary, junior high, and high school environments, and who are extremely flexible to enter an environment in a potential crisis situation and deal professionally with uncertainty. While thus deployed all travel and accommodation expenses are covered by Interac.
 
This kind of work takes a special kind of teacher but it is a great opportunity for someone who wants to explore more of Japan and has a ‘see where this road takes me’ attitude. One week you could be going to school by helicopter to a far-off island (no joke) and the very next week you could be commencing a three-month assignment near a ski resort.
 
Regardless, National Relief Teachers maintain a healthy work-life balance as they generally work from Monday to Friday with classes scheduled between 8 am and 5 pm. From time to time you may be required to work outside these hours/days in order to travel for deployment. Otherwise, you are able to enjoy weekends and national holidays as well as breaks in winter, spring, and summer. Salary range starts at ¥3.3 mil./yr.
 
Due to the varying nature of the deployments, it is expected that our National Relief Teachers will be experienced teacher who can deliver a meaningful lesson in elementary, junior high or high schools with little information or preparation. A driver’s license that allows them to drive in Japan is also required. 
 
COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION TODAY!
 
Before submitting your application, we strongly advise you to check the requirements listed above in order to ensure that you meet them. We also recommend that you double check the details on your resume in order to ensure that the status of residence, phone, email, previous work details, etc. are accurate. Due to the ongoing nature of our recruiting activities, it may be some time before you receive a response to your application.

 

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Branch Trainer > Apply Now!

Spring into a new job in 2017!

Interac trainers are tasked with stepping back and thinking carefully about how we can best equip and support nearly 3,000 teachers teaching more than 2.1 million English classes each year across Japan. They focus not just on improving the technical skills of ALTs, but also on Interac’s core mission of enriching the lives of millions of students. As Interac grows, so must our support network. This is where you would come in as a trainer in one of our branch across Japan.

We are looking for individuals who seek to step up their teaching careers and can demonstrate outstanding relationship skills, and who have the ability to work with competence and confidence in dealing with both Japanese and non-Japanese team members and client. Your role is to assist the branch to meet the business, education, and quality goals by showing leadership and ownership while developing the branch’s teaching staff.

Our Branch Trainers are expected to deliver training and support in accordance with our nationally prescribed strategy, as well as to identify, develop, and deliver training and support to meet local needs. You can reasonably expect to spend a large part of your work at the field level—visiting teachers, conducting lesson observations, and delivering ongoing training. The remainder of your time will generally be office-based. During busy periods you can also be expected to assist in recruiting and selecting new teaching staff.

Our Branch Trainers should be business savvy and proficient in the use of Microsoft Office. They should also possess exemplary time management skills.

Interac team members have a healthy level of work-life balance by generally working from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 6 pm. However, flexibility is necessary as you may be required to work outside these days/hours from time to time. Depending on the branch you work at you may expect to travel around your area to visit teachers, which could include multiple nights away from home. You can also expect to take an overnight business trip to Tokyo (which includes a Saturday) at least once every quarter. Salary range starts at ¥3.3 mil./yr.

COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION TODAY!

Before submitting your application, we strongly advise you to check the requirements listed above in order to ensure that you meet them. We also recommend that you double check the details on your resume in order to ensure that the status of residence, phone, email, previous work details, etc. are accurate. Due to the ongoing nature of our recruiting activities, it may be some time before you receive a response to your application.

 

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Management Consultant > Apply Now!

Spring into a new job in 2017!

It is no accident that nearly 3,000 of our teachers teach more than 2.1 million English lessons in over 7,000 elementary, junior high, and high schools throughout Japan every year. Interac’s Managing Consultant staff positions are a lynchpin that helps make this possible. Managing consultants bind our teaching communities together by focusing everyone’s attention on work in a meaningful manner to enrich the lives of millions of students. As we are a growing company the need to increase the number and capability of our Managing Consultant team is urgent.

These are full-time positions holding key responsibilities for the success of a branch and its teachers. We are looking for individuals who seek to step up their careers and can demonstrate outstanding relationship skills, with the ability to work with competence and confidence in dealing with both Japanese and non-Japanese team members within Interac as well as our client organizations. Your role would be at the front of all branch efforts to meet the business, educational, and quality goals by providing strong leadership to our teaching communities.

As you will be required to support a diverse workforce across multiple settings we will take special note of your leadership capabilities. Our Managing Consultants need to be business savvy and proficient in the use of Microsoft Office and Excel. They should also possess exemplary time management skills.

Interac team members have a healthy level of work-life balance by generally working from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 6 pm. However, flexibility is necessary as you may be required to work outside these days/hours from time to time. Depending on the branch you work at you may have to travel around the area to visit teachers, which could include multiple nights away from home. You can also expect to take an overnight business trip to Tokyo (which includes a Saturday) at least once every quarter. Salary range starts at ¥3.6 mil./yr.

COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION TODAY!

Before submitting your application, we strongly advise you to check the requirements listed above in order to ensure that you meet them. We also recommend that you double check the details on your resume in order to ensure that the status of residence, phone, email, previous work details, etc. are accurate. Due to the ongoing nature of our recruiting activities, it may be some time before you receive a response to your application.