Sports x English Teachers for Global Athlete Project


  • English: Native level (preferred)
  • Japanese: Basic (preferred)
  • Must currently reside in Japan


Do you like to smile and enjoy having fun!? Do you love playing with kids!? Are you crazy and love to talk!? Do you want to make connections and meet new people!?

We are currently looking for energetic and outgoing staff to join our English x Dance or Soccer schools!
If you are looking for something fun to do while meeting new people, this place is perfect for you!

【Job Position】
English x Dance or Soccer Teacher

■ Fun, energetic, outgoing, and most importantly LOVES KIDS!
■ Enjoys being active and playing sports! (Previous experience in dance or soccer is advantageous but not required)
■ Valid Working Visa e.g. Specialist in Humanities, WHV, Student, Spousal.
(We currently do not offer Visa sponsorships)
■ Is comfortable being with kids aged 3-12 years old. The purpose of the schools is to provide a fun English learning environment. Children learn English through dance or soccer with the aim of becoming global-minded.
■ Able to work on weekdays between 14:00 – 19:00
■ Must currently reside in the Kanto area.

All part-timers will start off once a week after being assigned to a school.
Depending on your performance and other openings of other schools there is a possibility of working at more than one location.

【Company Profile】
Global Athlete Project(GAP) was established in 2011 by Eiji Kawashima, a Japanese national team goalkeeper, now playing professionally in France.

GAP started “Soccer x English” school in July 2014 as one of the language support programs to help children learn English through fun soccer training. 16 schools have already been opened in Tokyo, Chiba, Saitama, and Kanagawa. Moreover, 9 Cheer Dance schools have been opened as well.

【Message from Global Athlete Project】
“When I was a child, ten minutes was the maximum time I could concentrate while studying at my desk. In comparison, I could go on for many hours of playing sports. I believe that the combination of sports, which children enjoy doing, and English learning is the best way to make children interested in learning and improving their skills. I am sure there are a lot of children out there just like me. ‘Sports x Language’ projects are coming from my experience, and we are trying to offer many kinds of projects along the line.” – Ryusuke Tanaka Founder of GAP

■Monday Nagareyama
■Tuesday Hiroo
■Wednesday Kamata
■Friday Ichikawa

Do you want to help us foster and grow more global-minded Japanese people?
Please feel free to contact us and we are looking forward to meeting you!

※Please note that due to the large number of applicants, only those who have been selected will be contacted.

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