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Jobs: Japanese Language Teacher and Karate Teacher

Coretta Scott King YWLA is looking for self motivated World Language Japanese Teacher (for the 2021-2022 SY) to provide face-to-face instruction with students in the school building  with the ability to ensure student success through differentiated instruction. The candidate must be adaptable to changing school and district needs and able to create and maintain a climate that promotes respect, tolerance, and peaceful problem solving for all students. This position reports to the School Principal and will be assigned to be physically present in the school building location.

For more information about World Language Teachers, visit our page:


    • Reports in person to the school building to provide face-to-face instruction to students.
    • Able to provide instruction simultaneously to in-person and remote learning, if necessary.
    • Instructs students through lectures, discussions, visual aids, and other effective teaching methods for student comprehension.
    • Prepares lessons and outlines to use in class that effectively cover the material.
    • Administers various types of assessments to monitor student's comprehension of the material.
    • Monitors students in the classroom, at lunch or throughout the school by maintaining order and discipline.
    • Perform various administrative duties such as taking attendance, organizing the classroom, and recording grades.
    • Coordinates parent/teacher conferences to review student's performance. behavor and other issues.
    • Attends faculty meetings and training sessions.


Education: Bachelor's Degree  with at least a 2.5 GPA

Certification:: Minimum of SRT4-Certification in JAPANESE (P-12); OR Passed the GACE Basic Program Assessment OR have exemption eligibility AND passed the GACE in Spanish (and holds Georgia PSC Certificate of Eligibility)

Experience: Zero (0) years of teaching experience

Available for face-to-face instruction within the school building with students present

Compensation: Salary: depends on whether one position for both teaching areas or two part=time positions for Japanese and karate

Grade: T4 to T7 
Salary Range: $24, 043 - $46, 990 (.50 PART TIME)
Work Days: 202 Days

 FLSA Status Exempt

Employment Category: Certified

Reports to: Principal

Posted: March 22, 2021


In keeping with our vision for a golf industry workforce that mirrors America, the PGA of America is launching  JobMatch for the 2021 KPMG Women's PGA Championship at The Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, Georgia. It’s of great importance to the PGA of America to demonstrably give back to our championship host communities, and one of the greatest impacts we want to make in our host community of Georgia is creating opportunities for talent from diverse backgrounds leading up to and during the Women’s PGA Championship.

Applicants may register by completing the pre-screener questionnaire:

PGA JobMatch Applicant Profile Form

How PGA JobMatch Works: 

1) Interested diverse candidates must complete the registration form by April 2, 2021 for consideration.

2) Qualified candidates will be contacted by PGA Prime Suppliers to fill needs.

Categories that PGA Prime Suppliers are accepting applications for:

  • Audio Engineer
  • Back of House Supervisor
  • Barback
  • Bartender
  • Busser
  • Cashier
  • Cook (Line / Prep, Concession)
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Dishwasher
  • Food Runner
  • Janitorial Staff
  • Lighting Tech / Master Electrician
  • Parking Attendant
  • Porter
  • Service Attendant for Chalet
  • Video Engineer

If an applicant is interested in applying for a position in these categories, they will be prompted for more information on the registration form.

Posted: March 17


For career opportunities at MARTA, please see their openings page.

  Current job openings:

  • Gen Supt Rail Line
  • Supervisor, Station Care
  • Superintendent Station Zone Services

Click here.

Once you've found an opening you are interested in, register an account, sign in and follow the steps online to complete your application.

Posted: Jan 25


Job: Culture and Information Section

Requirements: Candidate must be a U.S. citizen or a U.S. green card holder, must be fluent in Japanese and English, and possess computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel preferred).

To apply for this position, please send your resume to by December16, 2020.


米国籍または米国永住権を有し、英語による読解・文書作成ができ、パソコン(特にホ ームページ作成・編集、マイクロソフト社ワード・エクセル等必須)使用可能な方。日本 語ができることが望ましい。 ご関心のある方は、履歴書を添付の上、 までご連絡下さい。 (提出期限:2020年12月16日)

業務内容:1広報文化業務 2報道関連業務 勤務場所:在アトランタ日本国総領事館(3438 Peachtree Road Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326) 勤務時間:月曜日~金曜日(休館日を除く)9:00~17:00、昼休み12:30~13:30 採用日:2021年1月4日(予定)

Posted: November 30


Overview: Kubota Manufacturing of America established its U.S. headquarters in Gainesville in 1988. Since then Kubota has opened four other manufacturing facilities. It explores tractors, lawn mowers, and utility vehicles. It exports throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia, and JapanKubota is strengthening the operations at our production facilities with the aim of continuing to produce high-quality productsour customers have come to expect and depend on. 

Kubota is an equal opportunity employer with the following benefits:

  • Affordable hBlue Cross/Blue Shield health insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • 10 Company paid holidays
  • 401k matching and profit sharing
  • Accidental death and dismemberment
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability
  • Company paid uniforms

Job Opportunities:

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For more information, see:

Posted: November 17


Job Title:  Japanese Language 


Job Location: Atlanta, GA

Overview: Oglethorpe is seeking an instructor for second semester Japanese language courses to be taught over Zoom from February 8 thru May 10. Final exams will take place May 14-18. Final grades are due May 26.


     Japanese 102: Elementary Japanese II (MWF 10-30 am - 11:30 am). This class continues the development of basic skills in speaking, reading, writing, and aura comprehension.

     Japanese 202: Intermediate Japanese II (MWF 9:15-10:15 am). This class introduced advanced grammatical structures and provides further practice in reading and writing.

     Japanese 290: Japanese Pop Culture in the Global Age (T TH 4:00-5:30). This course examines how Japanese popular culture is constructed, circulated, and talked about. Students develop awareness of how they engage with popular culture. Assigned readings and viewings, research papers, and presentations. This class is taught in English.

Requirements: Minimum of Master's degree in Japanese and a number of years of teaching.

If interested, please send an up-to-date CV to Dr. Viviana Plotnik at

Posted: November 17


Job ID: 2020-6115

Job Title: Assembly Operator

Job Location: US-GA-Lawrenceville

Job Days Worked: Monday-Friday

Job Hours: From: 3:30 PM  Hours To: 12:00 AM

OverviewStart a career with Ricoh Electronics, Inc. (REI) and develop your skills working as an Assembly Operator in our Cap Assembly operation.  

ResponsibilitiesWe are looking for 1st and 2nd shift operators to assemble small parts.  Under general supervision, the Assembly Operator will safely perform manual assembly task and operate stations in a single assembly line to produce small parts and components.  Assembly operators will also perform product changeovers and preventive maintenance.


  • At least 1 year of experience in small parts assembly
  • Good manual dexterity and ability to work with manual tools
  • Basic computer skills required to perform data entry tasks
  • Speak and read English
  • Accurately read and write numbers in decimals.

    Some benefits for working at REI:

    • Full-time work
    • Safe working environment
    • Paid holidays
    • Sick and vacation time
    • Medical and dental insurance
    • 401k 
    • Educational reimbursement program

      Visit our career website to apply,

      Posted: Sept 29, 2020

      The Japan-America Society of Georgia, Inc.

      is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located

       in Atlanta, Georgia with the mission

       to promote the mutual understanding 

      between the people of Japan and

      the State of Georgia


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