Company: JET Program
Company URL: http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/
Location: Japan
Contact Person: JET Program Coordinator (Miami) Email: culture@cgjmia.org

Job Title: Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) or Coordinator for International Relations (CIR)
Job url: http://www.miami.us.emb-japan.go.jp/en/jetprogram.html
Salary: ¥3,360,000-¥3,960,000 (before tax)
Deadline: December 2 (note: approximate)
Job Description:
ALT: Assistant Language Teachers (ALT) account for the highest percentage of JETs. ALTs work in elementary, junior high, or high schools, and sometimes also visit special needs or technical schools. ALTs support Japanese teachers in the classroom, and their duties largely consist of creating games, tests, and worksheets, as well as finding creative ways to promote English proficiency and intercultural learning.

CIR: Coordinators for International Relations (CIR) are required to have an advanced level of Japanese proficiency, and often work in local government offices as liaisons between Japan and other countries. CIR responsibilities vary from position to position, but often include translation, working with international envoys and exchange groups, and occasionally teaching English.

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At the end of October, the former Florida JETAA webpage will no longer be accessible and http://www.floridajetaa.org will replace it as the official webpage for Florida JETAA. We’re still in the process of creating this website, but so far the following topics have been completed:

  • About
  • JETAA Board
  • JETAA Board Descriptions
  • Joining JETAA
  • JETAA Regions
  • Verifying JET Participation
  • About JET
  • Contact

 

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