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The Student Affairs Assistant is responsible for supporting all student services functions for the regular fall and spring programs, as well as for the summer program and short programs. This involves carrying out activities across the full spectrum of center activities to promote the health, safety, well-being and development of students on IES Tokyo programs.

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Required qualifications
A degree in Education,Psychology, Hospitality or related field is required.Relevant experience is highly desirable.

The successful candidate will have a strong interest in international education and intercultural development and have the ability to work with students from a variety of backgrounds and nationalities. Reliability, honesty, integrity and strong communication skills in written and spoken English, and fluency in written and spoken Japanese are essential to this role. Applicants should be able to travel domestically for periods of one week to ten days from time to time. Occasional overseas training related travel may also be required.
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Kaihin-Makuhari, Chiba

This is an entry to mid-level position, and salary will be determined based on knowledge and experience. Salary will not exceed 3.8 million yen per year(before tax).
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English Native Instructor 【英語ネイティブ講師】 紹介
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〇英語で工作(クラフト)をしたり、サイエンス(科学)やマス(算数)について 学んだり、全員で外遊びに行くこともあります。
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北海道 青森県 宮城県 茨城県 埼玉県 千葉県 東京都 神奈川県 新潟県 福井県 長野県 静岡県 愛知県 三重県
滋賀県 京都府 大阪府 兵庫県 奈良県 岡山県 広島県 山口県 福岡県 宮崎県 鹿児島県
年収 300万円-400万円
Feature Foreign nationals welcome / Foreign exchange students welcome / Those with study abroad experience welcome
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