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As a specialist in education and learning programmes, MLI strives to offer the highest quality programmes available worldwide, with a distinctly unique and authentic Canadian flavour. We pride ourselves on the professional, high quality of services that we offer to the international agents, parents, and students who make our business possible. We are always looking for enthusiastic, globally-minded professionals to join our team. Please click on the links below to find out more about the current positions that are available at our Toronto, North Vancouver or Tokyo offices.

Full Day Programme Coordinator - July 21 - 28 - Toronto, Ontario
Full Day Programme Coordinator for students from Japan July 21 - 28, 2024 - TORONTO, ON

 MLI Inc. is looking to hire Full Day Programme Coordinator

 for students arriving from Japan

MLI Programme Coordinator responsibilities are:

Reporting to designated MLI staff throughout the duration of the


Active participation in planning meetings to ensure the success of the programme.

Preparation of curriculum and development of comprehensive lesson plans.

Organizing and overseeing activities aimed at enhancing the learning experience.

Recruitment and management of ESL teachers to ensure quality instruction.

Attending the homestay matching on Arrival Day and see off student departures on Departure Day.

Monitoring student arrivals in the morning and departures in the afternoon to ensure their safety and well-


Attending social events, including evening gatherings with visiting Japanese chaperones, as required.

Conducting daily check-ins to ensure the overall well-being of the students.

Addressing any concerns related to homestays and collaborating with the Local Coordinator to resolve


Providing assistance during emergency situations.

Requirements are:

Canadian certified Teaching Degree OR ESL Teaching Certificate (TESOL, TEFL, CELTA, etc.)

Teaching experience with international students

Ability to adapt and modify curriculum to suit the learning pace and ability of your students

Recommended Skills:

Strong organizational and people management skills.

Proficiency in networking to establish and maintain beneficial relationships.

Cross-cultural communication, sensitivity, and understanding.

Flexibility and adaptability in managing diverse situations.

Reliability and conscientiousness in fulfilling responsibilities.

Punctuality in meeting program requirements and deadlines.

Ability to work effectively as part of a team.

Proficiency in problem-solving to address challenges as they arise.

Possession of a driver’s license is considered an asset.

Job Type: Contract

Compensation: starting from $1,380 which includes vacation pay.

** Please note that this amount is subject to the required government employee deduction

(on MLI Payroll).

Programme Date: July 21 – July 28, 2024 (Tentative Itinerary next page)

Programme Location: Downtown Toronto (Toronto Metropolitan University)

Please send in your resume and cover letter to: Sae Yokoi at syokoi@mliesl.com

We thank all applicants, however only those under consideration will be contacted.


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