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(updated 2024-01-11)


new Japanese teacher


We will run face-to-face classes for adults from Monday to Thursday from 18:00 to 20:00 at our school in Holland Park. The courses will start on the 8th of January 2024. We are planning to also broaden our offer to online classes in April 2024. The classes have a maximum of 10 students. 


We are seeking enthusiastic, highly professional and driven teachers for Japanese to join our team and lead our students in achieving their results without the pressure of grades or exams. Your role will involve creating a supportive and enjoyable learning environment that promotes language acquisition and cultural exploration. This is a remarkable opportunity for the right candidate to significantly impact our new Modern Language division.



Qualifications & Experience:


The ideal candidate is a native speaker of the language taught, but a highly proficient level will also be considered. The candidate must offer a proven track record in successfully running adult language courses in Universities or Language schools' environments and actively engaging with students. We use a communicative approach and the lessons are based on Marugoto book.




Right to work in the UK. We do not provide sponsorship for VISA.

A C2 level in the target language

Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English

A University bachelor's degree

A Modern Language teaching certification (CLTA, DITALS, CTCSOL, TCSOL, etc.) or relevant language teaching credentials.

At least 3 years experience as a Modern Language teacher for adult learners. A sole online experience or teaching only to private students will not be enough.

Experience with face-to-face group teaching.

Flexible, resilient, and organised

Ability to inspire students

Ability to create a relaxed, supportive, and non-judgmental learning atmosphere.


The London School of English and Modern Languages is an equal-opportunity employer and welcomes candidates from all backgrounds to apply.


How to Apply


Please submit a CV and a cover letter describing your teaching philosophy and how you meet the specifications for the role to Giacomo Fabbrini at with "Modern Language Teacher Application" in the subject line.


Please be aware that only candidates invited to an interview will receive a response.

Organisation The London School of Modern Languages
Contact Giacomo Fabbrini
Email giacomo.fabbrini[ at ]
Deadline 01/04/2024


new Part Time Japanese Language Teacher


We are seeking experienced and conscientious part time Japanese language teachers to join our organisation. 

Our clients are London based Japanese corporations and we provide Japanese language trainings to local employees, mainly online both one to one and groups. 


Duties and responsibilities:

  • Teach Japanese language online to business people 
  • Manage and provide teaching materials on a computer
  • Classes are both one-to-one and groups
  • 60 minutes or 45 minutes classes
  • Part time - Monday to Friday (sometimes Saturday)



  • Minimum of two years' teaching experience in the UK or abroad 
  • Degree or a relevant qualification 
  • Eligible to work in the UK
  • Work experiences in Japan preferred
  • Communication skills are expected


If you are interested, please contact by email.


Organisation PremierJapanese
Contact Yukiko Hosoda
Email info[ at ]
Deadline Ongoing


new Sessional Japanese Lecturer


The College is looking to appoint a lecturer of Japanese to teach evening classes to adult learners. As most of the learners will be beginners with little or no prior knowledge of learning a foreign language, the lecturer must be able to deliver lessons in a fun and engaging manner. The lecturer will be expected to prioritise everyday communication and to delivery bite-size grammar to support progress.


We are looking for a qualified lecturer of Japanese, linguistics and/ or the teaching of foreign languages, who has experience of designing their own materials to create interactive lessons for a variety of learners.  They must be familiar with the use of a virtual learning environment to support learning. For more info and to complete an application form, visit: and look at the work for us section

Organisation Morley College
Contact Dr Florence Marfo
Email Florence.Marfo[ at ]
Deadline End May 2023


new Japanese Language Teacher


Kingston University seeks a Japanese Language Teacher (part time).


The teaching period: The first semester (10 weeks) from October to December and the second semester (10 weeks) from January to March, with 2 classes held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 4-6pm and/or 6-8pm. The part time position would initially be to cover a part of the above teaching sessions. 


Job description 


ï‚· Teaching Japanese language at undergraduate level; from complete beginners to intermediate level, supporting learners and supervising class room activities. 


ï‚· Development and provision of teaching and assessment materials, including exam questions. 


ï‚· Assessment at undergraduate level including: 


           o Monitoring student progress and providing detailed feedback to students 

           o Setting and marking written and oral exams 

           o Setting and marking assignments 

           o Assisting with administrative responsibilities of the subject area where relevant 


Applicants need to be eligible to work in the UK. 

Minimum of MA degree is required and experience teaching Japanese in a University (classroom) preferred. 

Experience having students prepared for public exams such as proficiency tests, GCSE and A-levels is welcome. 

Computer skills are expected for occasional online teaching, management of Canvas pages and recording attendance, etc. 

Excellent communication skills are expected. 

If you are interested, please send your CV to Hiroko Peterzan.

Organisation Kingston University
Contact Hiroko Peterzan
Email h.peterzan[ at ]
Deadline Ongoing


new Part time Japanese teacher


Job Description 


We are currently seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Japanese teachers to join our growing Modern Languages team at IH London. This role is to teach Japanese to adults in a combination of evening and Saturday classes both online and face to face. 


Essential role requirements 


You must have a CLTA, CELTA, Trinity TESOL, or equivalent initial teaching qualification to teach Japanese as a foreign language 


At least two years’ experience teaching Japanese to adults in a group setting both online and face to face 


The role is open only to those with the right to work in the UK 


About International House 


International House London is an established and well-known language school, with over sixty years of experience in providing language courses and teacher training programmes.  


Our spacious and fully equipped school is based near Covent Garden and we are a founding member of the International House World Organisation. 


International House London welcomes over 8,000 language students from 150 countries each year. Our students enjoy learning in the vibrant and multicultural atmosphere of IH London;


Organisation International House London
Contact Elizabeth Arbuthnott
Email elizabeth.arbuthnott[ at ]
Deadline Ongoing


[Urgent] Saturday Japanese language teacher


Nihongo Club Cambridge is a charity group (charity registration number: 1136278) that provides heritage language education for young children to secondary school students from Japanese-speaking families living in and around Cambridge City / Cambridgeshire at Bar Hill Primary School on the outskirts of Cambridge.


Parents, as volunteers, play a central role in the running of the club, and face-to-face lessons are held every Saturday using Japanese textbooks and tailor-made teaching materials. 



Bar Hill Primary School, Gladeside, Bar Hill, Cambridge CB23 8DY


Start date:

April 2024


Working hours:

Every Saturday from 10am to 11am 

(except during half-term and state school holidays in England).


Job description:

We are looking for a Saturday Japanese language teacher, required from April 2024. The job involves teaching Japanese in Japanese using the national Japanese learning textbook “Kokugo'' and your tailor-made teaching materials. The maximum number of students is 10 in a class, but this may vary from term to term. The number of students will also depend on the class you are in charge of.


- Working closely with other class teachers and the committee. 

- Liaising with the parents (regarding curriculum, homework, attendance, advise etc)

- Attend, actively participate in teacher meetings and end-of-term culture events.

- Prepare and deliver the weekly class curriculum.

- Provide homework and assess students throughout the duration of the course.

- Ensure that learning resources and textbooks are kept up to date.

- Maintain regular and accurate records of individual lesson content, student attendance and progress, and report to our permanent registered class teacher and the committee, if necessary. Also report to the committee any planned absences of themselves or students.

- Support and engage the needs of all students and parents studying Japanese language and culture.


Further details (Japanese):



Varies depending on teaching experience, and qualifications (consultation required). 

Assistance with DBS arrangements available.



- Eligible to work in the UK.

- Experience of teaching Japanese in Japanese in schools, companies, groups, online lessons etc. in the UK, overseas or Japan. 

- Essential to communicate with the students and their parents in Japanese, also the committee and teachers in Japanese/English, both verbally and by email.

- The class might need to switch to online lessons through Zoom or similar due to the weather conditions for example. In such a case, we require that you can use a PC or mobile device with internet access at home. 


If you are interested, please send your CV to the club email



Organisation Nihongo Club
Contact Nobu Blanks
Email nihongoclubcambridge[ at ]
Deadline 30th April 2024


Teacher of Japanese (part time 0.4-0.6 FTE, one year fixed-term)

Please see the advert and job description at
Organisation Queenswood School
Email kechi.abia[ at ]
Deadline 24th April 2023