Teach the Japanese language in accordance with the curriculum over the agreed length of the course. Besides reading and writing, a course may include Japanese culture, custom and traditions, work ethics, and lifestyle.
Develop and prepare teaching materials, syllabus, and resources to aid in the conduct of the training.Provide reviewers and guide trainees who are scheduled to take the Japanese Language Proficiency Test.
Review and update training materials to make it suitable for the needs of the students.Evaluate students’ progress and performance.
Monitor attendance of trainees and maintain up-to-date records of work.Create a database of trainees.Perform other tasks as may be assignedMinimum QualificationsCandidate must possess at least a High School Diploma.
Must have a JLPT Certificate of N3 level and aboveTESDA Trainer’s Methodology Certificate is an advantageNo work experience requiredNative or near-native fluency of the Japanese language is requiredWilling to start as soon as possibleWilling to work in Las Piñas City (for non-residency of Las Piñas)Willing to work on Saturdays.
Only full-time positions are available.