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The company I work for is hiring now for postions in Kanagawa. Please see Iware Recruiting.

Posted on: 2007/2/2 11:19
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Intersesting to hear Gunma mentioned, does anyone know if there is a dojo in or near Maebashi?
Thanks alot.

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it is not the holy grail, just I have a house there, please help.
thank you.

Posted on: 2007/2/9 3:36
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I don't think anyone watching this thread, which is about finding a job in Japan, knows the answer to your question. I've never heard of a dojo in Maebashi though. You'd probably get some better feedback if you post your query in the "Dojo X" or "Training in Japan" forum.

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Thanks Derrick.

Posted on: 2007/2/9 23:28
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Hello

My name is Tom Lachlan
I am an aussie and i would like to try to make the move to japan for a year or two.
I do not have a degree but i have done a tesol course.
I would like to teach english over there to support my self.
I would like to know if an employer would find it more desirable in a potential teacher if they already had a reasonable level of japanese speaking ability?
and would doing a celta course help also?

I hope i was clear enough.
I look forward to hearing from you

Tom Lachlan

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Virtually no teaching employment is available without a four year degree. Please see EFL/ESL and Other Teaching Jobs

If you are on a spousal visa, or if you are eligible for a working holiday visa, you may be able to get part-time work in Japan. In a few rare instances, I've met .
foreign folk without degrees, married to Japanese, who work in eikaiwas or for school boards.

Young people who are eager to live and work in Japan can do well to start their education, stop out for a year, and come to Japan on a working holiday visa. Australians qualify. Once you've finished your degree, you are possibly more attractive to Japanese employers because you have experience here.

Many of the big eikaiwa appear to prefer non-Japanese speaking candidates with no TESL certifications.

Don't know if this is the best source, but check out Japan Association for Working Holiday Makers

Posted on: 2007/2/12 17:21
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thanks for the informative reply
Looks like i will have to buckle down and go back to school

tom lachlan

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I had to actually hand in my university diploma in order to have my visa processed. A copy is not acceptable. Of course you get your diploma back, eventually;) A TESOL certificate is a smart idea. I got one from the School for International Training and I took the course at Depaul university, though they hold courses in various places. I beleive you can check courses at sit.edu.

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Job opening alert. If you are available, and would like to work in private high school 3 days a week in Kanagawa Prefecture (not far off of Yokohama), we're hiring. This position will likely come available after Golden Week.

PM or email me.

Posted on: 2007/4/27 19:25
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