Tokyo, Japan

Positions available at QUEST Tokyo

We are currently recruiting part time tutors with experience within the 5-18 age range in the following areas:

- English (including phonics, early reading and writing)
- English as a Foreign Language (EFL)
- Mathematics
- Japanese
- French


At a glance

Location: Tokyo, Japan

Type: Kabushiki Gaisha (KK), offering Educational Services and Tutoring

Age: 5-18

Who are you?

Are you a (UK) qualified teacher, living in Japan looking for part time work? A university student in the city with excellent credentials and a specialist subject? An experienced tutor in Tokyo looking for more work?

We are looking for teachers to join our team, to deliver specialist 1:1 or small group teaching in a range of subjects for different age groups.

Who are we?

We are educators with high expectations and a British background, aiming to meet the educational needs of the Japanese and international community in Tokyo with tailored programs and support.

Join our QUEST.

We are all about quality and commitment, making a difference and ensuring progress. Inspiring students to enjoy learning is our passion. Does this sound like you? Then apply for one of our part time positions today.

Please submit your application form, photo and letter through this, TeachApply platform. Please ensure your letter addresses your suitability based on the job description and person specification requirements.

Applicants must have a valid visa and eligibility to work part time in Japan.
Experience within the British education system will be of particular advantage to any candidate.

Please note:

We receive a great many applications for a limited number of openings. While each applicant will receive a response confirming their application has been received, we apologise in advance that we are not able to respond to each applicant individually after that and will only contact those candidates whose applications we wish to take further.

QUEST Tokyo is an equal opportunities employer and is commited to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.