**Please note we will not respond to applications for jobs that are not posted, and due to a large number of applications we are unable to respond to all applications.
- Principal (July 2022~)
- Closing date: 18 October, 2021.
Kyoto International School uses G Suite for Education, a suite of Google tools and services that are tailored for schools. The following application links are Google Forms and require a Google account (ex. an email address by Gmail) to access.
- Supply Teacher
- Local teachers with flexible schedules able to cover short-term and emergency supply work.
- Applicants must hold a teaching degree and or teaching certification. TESOL, CELTA, TEFL, TESL etc are insufficient to be employed as a Substitute teacher.
Currently Not Accepting Teaching Applications
Saturday School Employment:
Saturday School is hiring English language teachers and assistants. Please note, these positions are local hires only with no visa sponsorship.
Currently Not Accepting Saturday School Employment Applications
Aligned with the recommendations of the International Task Force on Child Protection, we hold ourselves to a high standard of effective recruiting practices with specific attention to child protection. Kyoto International School has in place a Child Safeguarding Policy.
SAFEGUARDING RECRUITMENT PRACTICES
At KIS, all incoming staff will be screened using the following process aligned with recommendations by the International Task Force for Child Safeguarding:
A. Perform ‘live contact’ (phone, zoom/skype, face to face) reference checks of at least 2 references
B. Perform one reference check from direct supervisor of candidate (minimum level of Assistant Principal)
C. Contact all references through business email/business phone numbers
D. Verify credentials
E. Conduct internet checks of all prospective employees
F. Require Police background checks
G. Review and update recruitment practices as per International Taskforce on Child Protection (ITFCP) recommendations/requirements
KIS Recruitment Handbook
A guide to becoming a teacher at KIS