James English School is now accepting applications for a teaching position at James Aomori, starting April 15th, 2019.
We support our teachers, providing training as well as guidance for living in Japan. We offer assistance with arranging accomodations and free Japanese lessons for teachers who need them. James is large enough to have a significant presence in Northern Japan while at the same time being small enough to treat our teachers as individuals.
We operate throughout the Tohoku Region, Niigata Prefecture and Tokyo. We have been in operation for over 40 years and have established an excellent reputation. Living and working in Tohoku will provide you with a lifetime of extraordinary memories. Some of your experiences may include visiting the hotsprings (onsens), participating in the local festivals, hiking or mountain biking in the summer, and skiing or snowboarding in the winter.
For more information about JES please visit jesjapan.com
James English School is based in Tohoku, the northern part of the main Japanese Island of Honshu. We have schools in 12 locations with our head office is located in Sendai, the largest city in this area.
About our schools
Our schools offer in-house classes for students from 2 years old to 80 years old. Our teachers travel to various companies within the school's area to teach company employees the English skills required for a global economy.
We offer a wide range of courses for students, from custom-made corporate syllabi to TOEIC or TOEFL preparation. Our teachers are given professional autonomy to be creative with their lessons. James English School supports the teachers and provides guidance for living in Japan. James English School is large enough to have a significant presence in northern Japan while at the same time is small enough to treat the teachers as individuals.
Living and working in Tohoku
Living and working in the Tohoku Region will provide you with a lifetime of extraordinary memories. Some of your experiences may include visiting the hot springs (onsens), participating in the local festivals, hiking or mountain biking in the summer, and skiing or snowboarding in the winter.
For new teachers
We support our staff! New teachers will have paid training and free Japanese lessons.