ChIST is currently hiring for the 2018 Academic Year, which requires teacher to start work in Tokyo, Japan September, 2017. The start dates and times will vary from year to year and the most updated start dates will be noted on the position descriptions found in the employment application.
Due to the large number of applications submitted and the high volume of applicant inquiries we receive regarding the status of their applications, we are unable to provide this information. You will be contacted in the event you are selected for an interview, or a courtesy letter will be emailed to let you know if your application materials have been included in the pool to the search committee.
Applications are not usually reviewed until 2-3 weeks after the position is posted. This process may be lengthy at times, so we do ask for your patience and cooperation during this time. The search committee members have to review all applications, so some positions are filled quickly; others may be open for longer periods of time.
If a position is no longer posted, it may be filled or we could still be reviewing applications or interviewing.
Due to a high volume of applicants to ChIST and a large volume of similar requests, it is difficult for us to do this. Please keep an eye on our web site for new opportunities. If you see a position for which you are qualified, you must log in to your application and update the positions for which you are applying.
Yes we will keep them on file for a year, but they are not used for applying for other positions. If you are interested in other positions, you must log in to your application and update the positions for which you are applying.
No. If your application is incomplete (i.e., sections left blank, months and years of employment not included, work and personal reference contact information missing, gaps in employment not explained, address/phone number is not included and so on…), we will not contact you to inform you that it is incomplete. It is the applicant’s responsibility to read the directions on the application, which informs applicants that missing or lack of requested information will result in the application not being considered.