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[Company]Unitas English Academy (ユニタス外語学院)[Location]Teikyo University Hachioji Campus Bldg. 9Access: Takahatafudo / Seisekisakuragaoka / Tama Center (Keio Line) + short bus rideAlso accessible via the Tama Toshi Monorail Line[Work Type]Part-time contract[Salary]\2000 / lounge hour[Requirements] Non-Japanese language: Native LevelJapanese: Conversational English: FluentMust currently reside in Japan Minimum 2 years experience teaching language to students of varying levelsStrong conversational skills (both speaking and active listening)Flexibility in teaching groups of various sizesBasic PC skills (Windows, Word, Excel, Powerpoint)[Description]Language Lounge Native Tutor Teikyo Language Commons (TeLaCo) is a language support facility at the Teikyo University Hachioji Campus that assists Teikyo University students from all majors in many facets of language learning including but not limited to:Speaking and listening practiceVocabulary and grammar usagePronunciation correctionWriting composition revisionStandardized test prep (TOEIC, IELTS, Eiken, etc...)Native Tutors are expected to support the speaking and listening aspects of facility users of all levels as well as participate in events designed to facilitate language learning through cultural immersion. This position requires a flexibility in handling group conversations that include students of various levels as well as the ability to quickly discern and adapt to students’ limitations. Applicants should be able to:Confidently approach and converse with new usersMaintain engaging conversation with students at all levels of language abilityTake the initiative to provide actionable feedback Preserve professionalism in an inherently casual environmentBe receptive to subtle cultural and social cuesHave a bright, friendly, and easy-to-approach demeanor Schedule:The part time contract period for TeLaCo begins when the facility opens for 16 weeks during the spring. A separate part time contract will be drafted to cover the 16-week fall semester period.