Join Our team
Our goal is to maximize children’s opportunities.
We want our students to be glad they came to us, when they look back in 10 years’ time. Will you help us reach our goal?
We want to create future leaders
Here in Japan, English teaching is a market of more than 800 billion yen. Many adults desire to learn English, but are not successful. The main root of this problem lies in the education system, which hasn’t changed for the past 30 years. English education in schools revolves entirely on “teaching to the test”, focusing on grammar and English-to-Japanese translation exercises, which are easy to grade and only prepare children for University entrance exams.
However, companies need someone who can actually use English in real life, not just someone who can score high on standardized tests.
We should not repeat the same mistake we made in the past with the young generations. This is why we strive to expand the children’s opportunities by providing the best English learning solution.
Description of the candidate we’re looking for
- Someone who has experience teaching students aged 10 to 18 years old, or willing to teach students.
- Someone who grew up in an English speaking environment or country.
- Someone who can work at least 1 class/week.
- Someone who can work longer than 6 months.
Date and time
How to apply
Employment and Training process
Here at Everest we believe the interaction between students and teachers is very important. A skilled and passionate teacher can motivate students to learn English efficiently. Therefore, we are looking for passionate and creative teachers.
Please apply using the form below.
We want to see your passion for teaching English
We provide you with videos of our teaching methods.
You can watch how other teachers hold their class.
Internal trial lesson
We are going to check your teaching skill by a 30 min. internal trial lesson.
Trial lesson 1
We are going to have a 2 hours trial lesson in which we check how you can lead students, get their full attention, and let them speak out.
Trial lesson 2
2nd trial to see how you improved from last time.
Let’s start teaching our students together!