14 Apr 2013

Japan Teach English in Okinawa, Japan! 300,000 yen per month

Bonsai English – Posted by adminNaha, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan

Job Description

Bonsai English is a leading English conversation educator for children in Japan. Bonsai has been providing international teaching opportunities for more than a decade in Japan.
Bonsai is seeking enthusiastic and motivated professionals who enjoy working with children to work at our language institute in Okinawa. Successful candidates must have the ability to work with and teach children from 4 to 18 English as a Foreign Language, possess good communication skills, and be approachable and open-minded to cultural differences. The candidates must also be creative and have a willingness to learn Bonsai’s teaching methods; in addition to improving their own teaching skills. Japanese language ability as well as teaching and/or business experience is helpful, but not necessary. Candidates must have a BA/BS degree (all majors considered) and have completed all of their elementary and secondary education in English only.
Bonsai English offers a competitive salary, visa sponsorship, subsidized housing and more.
Apply with a cover letter, CV and passport copy.

Job Categories: Full-time. Job Types: Japan. Job Tags: 300000 yen, okinawa, and teach english in japan. Salary: Japanese Yen 270,000-300,000. Job expires in Endless.

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7 Responses to “Teach English in Okinawa, Japan! 300,000 yen per month”

  1. Comment made by Grazia on Apr 20th 2013 at 10:08 am:

    I would like to work in Okinawa

  2. Comment made by Sean Michael Lawrence on Sep 4th 2014 at 5:47 pm:

    I would love to teach and live in Okinowa! I lived lived for 3 months in Tokyo back in 2009. I’m a talented musician, vegetarian, worldly, well traveled, and I appreciate the integrity and humbleness of the Japanese culture. I would be honored to live and work in Okinowa. I am well educated, though I do not hold a degree. Rather than completing my business degree at (USA, University of South Alabama), I started a business. That was 10 Years ago. I have much experience in conversational English tutoring, though not formal. I understand that appearance and presentation is important. Humbly speaking, I am a friendly, intelligent, attractive, and clean cut individual. The Okinowa spirit is calling me to come there. What opportunities are available to me?

  3. Comment made by rannierex on Sep 24th 2014 at 1:19 am:

    Hello I’m currently working as an English as Secondary Language(ESL) at DMM Eikaiwa. Although, our company is based here in Philippines, I’m working at least 8 hours day to teach Japanese students of different age. I hold a degree in Business Administration majoring in Marketing Management. I hope this job is still available as I’m very much willing to apply for this:)

  4. Comment made by BPollick on Oct 23rd 2014 at 10:34 pm:


    I’d love to teach English to Okinawans. I have a Ph.D. in Communication, eighteen years of experience teaching for the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) in Okinawa, and 28 months of experience teaching at the International Language Center in Okinawa. What is more, I live in Chatan and plan to remain in Okinawa for many years–ideally with the same employer. If you would like to see my CV and references, please contact me at bapollick@gmail.com; I look forward to hearing from you.


    Barry Pollick

  5. Comment made by koni_333 on Jan 12th 2015 at 3:46 pm:

    It is with great enthusiasm that I submit my resume in consideration for a position of English teacher. I have a master degree of business(International tourism and hospitality management) and earned a certification (test of English for international communication ; Toeic score: 815).

    I have studied in Griffith university, Goldcoast Australia for one year ,so I can adapt to different culture. I would like to experience Japanese culture. Currently I work as an English tutor in Taiwan and have been teaching for three years in cram school. As a highly compassionate and approachable teaching professional, I am confident in my ability to become a valuable member of your teaching staff.

    The enclosed resume will highlight my career achievement. Being a versatile teacher, I have taken the opportunity to instruct a variety of students from various backgrounds and all facet of society. As an language teacher, I am interested in learning different language by myself. I have participated the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test(JLPT) N1 level in December,2014 and waited for the result. I also joined French class. My French teacher had a recommend letter for me.

    Please contact me: koni_333@yahoo.com.tw My linkin: Kevin hung (I’m from Taiwan)
    I will send the cover letter, CV, and diploma for you.
    – See more at: http://www.expatseek.com/jobs/teachers-wanted-in-fukuoka/#sthash.TgfkuLIH.dpuf

  6. Comment made by Estella on Feb 26th 2015 at 6:07 am:

    Does anyone know if this job posting is still valid? Thanks!! Cheers, Estella

  7. Comment made by Graham Lewis on Apr 27th 2017 at 3:14 pm:

    I am an American, currently a contractor on SOFA status in Okinawa. I have lived here for a little more than 2 years, and have recently been TESOL certified, and I have been teaching already since January of last year. I had previously learned that a TESOL certification was a key element in teaching English here, but it seems that I may not have been properly informed.

    What would be the likelihood that I would be able to teach at Bonsai English?

    Respectfully sent,

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