EWA, Education Workers and Amalgamated Union Osaka, is a trade union for all education workers, teachers and staff from kindergarten to university, both full-time and part-time, public and private, regardless of nationality. It is based in Osaka but workers in other areas have also joined.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme invites university graduates from overseas to participate in international exchange and foreign language education throughout Japan. Established in 1987, the programme has earned a high reputation, both in Japan and overseas, for its efforts in youth and cultural exchanges, and has become one of the largest exchange programmes in the world.
Now in its 15th year, this free, twice-monthly publication reports detailed information (salaries, duties, qualifications, visa requirements, benefits, application deadlines/procedures, etc.) for 100+ currently available positions across Japan. Lists jobs at all levels. Position listings created free on request, and free reader classifieds. Available by e-mail or FTP.
A teacher student introduction service for Japan-based teachers and students which allows you teach where, when and how you want.
Teachers decide their own rates. Students view the teacher profiles and then contact a suitable teacher.
SenseiBank is a teacher/student matching service brought you by the creators of eigoTown.com (Japan's favorite English portal site for Japanese learners) and ELT News (Japan's favorite site for English teachers).
The service enables Japanese students looking for private teachers to browse a database of information about potential teachers and to opt to purchase the contact information for those teachers that meet their particular needs.