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Instructor Jobs in Japan
Would you like to teach snowboarding in Japan this season? Club Med Hokkaido are now recruiting instructors for the 2016 - 2017 winter.
If you have completed and passed your level 2 either here with us on Pro Ride or elsewhere you can now apply to work in Japan. Successful cadidates must also be eligable to apply for a working hoiliday visa. For more details visit the Japan Embassy webiste.
The Employer (Club Med) offer to the Employee
2016/17 season we will be looking for both Ski & Snowboard Instructors Level 2 or higher or the equivalent of Japan qualification below
S.A.J - Level (JSBA-B and A) or above S.I.A - Level (Stage 2,3 or above)
Basic (GO) Position Outline
Duration of position
● 1st December 2016 to 30th March 2017
● 40 hours per week (staff are expected to attend training & other staff orientated events as well)
● 6 days a week
● 4 annual holidays per season
● Season Lift Pass (this will be reimbursed to staff upon contract completion)
● Paid Domestic Flights if required to Hokkaido (this will be reimbursed to staff upon contract completion)
Also Includes (But as a deduction against salary)
● Accommodation + Meal 30,000 JPY // Based on 2 sharing, 3 meals a day + all non alcoholic beverages
● Health Insurance : about 5% of gross salary
● Social Security pension : about 9% of gross salary
● Incoming tax : 20% of gross salary
● Paid on the 25th of the following month direct to applicant (final salary paid into personal bank account)
● As a guide this will be between Gross ¥180,000 to ¥220,00 & after deductions ¥140,000 to ¥180,000 dependant on qualifications
● An official offer will be made to each individual applicant based on level, skill & language abilities
Please send the following
● Cover Letter (reason why you would like to work at Club Med)
● CV (this must include in detail your Ski / snowboard history both training and work)
● 2 Recent Photos (1 head shot + 1 full body shot)
To the following person
About Club Med Hokkaido!
Club Med Hokkaido, on the island of Hokkaido is a popular destination with both Japanese and foreign guests due to the lessons offered in English and ski in ski out accommodation which are rarities in Japan. The slopes offer exceptional powder skiing across several mountain chains and clear winter weather with high sunshine. All ability levels are catered for on mountains between 400 and 1,060 meters and for those who need to be put through their paces, Club Med offers an all inclusive ski school. After an exhausting day on the slopes, guests can enjoy a treatment at the spa, unwind in a searing sauna, enjoy a Canadian bath or have a traditional Japanese outdoor hot ofuro while admiring the snow covered slopes. The resort also offers nightly entertainment - live band, billiards, a piano and midnight bar. For the non-skiers, there is also a choice of leisurely day pursuits including nature walks, snow-shoeing and excursions to nearby hot springs. Recently refurbished the main restaurant and specialty restaurant “Mina Mina”, Club Med Hokkaido is the Japan’s first Club Med resort. Hokkaido opened in 1987 and Kabira, which is located in Okinawa opened in 1999.