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2018 Top Jobs in Japan Week 42

Source: Gaijin Pot

If you’re looking to work in Japan, check back here each week as we look through our database of top jobs in Japan posted to GaijinPot and pick some of the ones we think are most interesting. You can apply directly to these companies by creating a profile on GaijinPot Jobs.

Mobile Game Graphic Designer & Marketing

  • Company: ZigZaGame Inc.
  • Salary: Salary negotiable
  • English: Business level
  • Japanese: None
  • Application: Overseas applications OK

You will be responsible for creating high-fidelity art assets and implementing them for use in marketing and advertisement campaigns. You will also be tasked with creating in-game event banners for our current titles.

Photoshop, Illustrator and After Effects experience are a must. Visa sponsorship available.

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Otome Game Localization Manager

  • Company: ZigZaGame Inc.
  • Salary: Salary negotiable
  • English: Native level
  • Japanese: Business level
  • Application: Overseas applications Ok

ZigZaGame is looking for translators to bring our Otome game story to English-speaking audiences. This position requires high-level translation skills, native-level English fluency, strong time-management skills and reliable management of deadlines.

Other languages proficiency will be a plus. Visa sponsorship available.

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Bilingual Project Manager for Blockchain Startup

  • Company: early works co., Ltd
  • English: Business level
  • Japanese: Business level
  • Application: Must currently reside in Japan

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The Inside Japan Podcast: Eikaiwa Teacher to Interac to Opening a School – Tyson

Tyson drops in this week to talk about working hard (while being a manager at Interac in particular), why passing N1 doesn’t guarantee you anything, and his path to starting his own school. Enjoy.

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Topics

  • 01:24 – Intro – What Tyson does these days
  • 02:20 – What he did when he first got into Japan
  • 06:30 – Tyson’s end goal for studying long enough to pass N1
  • 12:30 – N1 doesn’t mean you can get whatever job you want
  • 18:55 – Why Tyson became a manager at Interac (It wasn’t the money)
  • 23:33 – Why Tyson left Interac and starting One Coin
  • 31:10 – An Average day for him now
  • 34:15 – Final Advice

Every episode of the podcast is available on iTunes, Android, and Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to the show so that you don’t miss out on any new episodes as they’re released. All ratings and reviews are also greatly appreciated.

Thanks for listening!

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The Inside Japan Podcast: JET Program Coordinator Kiah

An episode 2 years in the making, this week JET Program Coordinator Kiah drops by to share as much as she possibly can about the JET Program to help you get on the program, or get a job in HR like she did as well. Listen, enjoy, share. You rock.

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Topics

  • 04:08 – Intro – What Kiah does with the JET Program
  • 10:00 – An Average Day for a JET Recruiter
  • 15:40 – The Full Application Process Explained
  • 26:21 – 5 Tips to avoid getting rejected for the JET Progam
  • 19:50 – Common mistakes foreigners make when working for Japanese Companies?
  • 44:00 – Debunking Myths + Random Q+A
  • 59:00 – Final Thoughts + Interview Advice

Every episode of the podcast is available on iTunes, Android, and Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to the show so that you don’t miss out on any new episodes as they’re released. All ratings and reviews are also greatly appreciated.

Thanks for listening!

Outro

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The Inside Japan Podcast: Alex from the Tokyo Association of International Preschools

This week, former ALT/Eikaiwa teacher turned Preschool Administrative Officer/President of the Tokyo Association of International Preschools Alex drops in to walk us through his path from anthropology to teaching to administrating whole working towards a long term goal the whole way. Enjoy!

Topics

  • 1:50 – Intro
  • 2:36 – How Alex started his career in Japan
  • 8:53 – How Alex found his current job in Preschool Administration
  • 14:45 – How Alex furthered his career
  • 16:20 – What is the Tokyo Association of International Preschools?
  • 20:10 – What benefit to teachers get for joining?
  • 24:00 – What’s the difference of being an ALT/Eikaiwa Teacher and being a Preschool Teacher
  • 29:40 – What change would you make to preschool education in Japan?
  • 32:00 – Final Thoughts


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2018 Top Jobs in Japan Week 40

Source: Gaijin Pot

If you’re looking to work in Japan, check back here each week as we look through the database of top jobs in Japan that have been posted to GaijinPot and pick the ones we think are most interesting. You can apply directly to these companies by creating a profile on GaijinPot Jobs.


SNS & Offline Marketing Specialist (Tokyo) — Basic Japanese only

  • English: Fluent
  • Japanese: Basic
  • Other languages strongly welcome (Korean, Russian, Arabic, Spanish, etc.)
  • Must currently reside in Japan

Early Works is looking for a marketing specialist to plan and execute start-up social and digital marketing strategies, analyze and measure SNS advertisement effectiveness as well as engage influencers and community. You must have experience operating SNS platforms (Telegram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.).

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English Instructor/Teacher/ALT (Across Japan) — Overseas Applications OK!

  • English: Native level or similar
  • University degree required for visa sponsorship
  • Overseas applications wanted!
  • Attractive salaries

Jobs available for teaching English in Japan! View a variety of GaijinPot’s top English teaching jobs on offer this week. Applications from overseas job seekers are definitely encouraged.

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International Sales Manager (Tokyo) – Basic Japanese only

  • English: Native level
  • Japanese: Basic
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Must have at least 3-year experience in international sales or similar

Boutinot, a worldwide wine seller, is looking for an international sales manager to manage and develop sales to an existing customer base, approach and open new accounts both in Japan and South Korea. You must have at least three to five years’ experience of selling to international distributors, wholesalers and retailers within the food and drinks industry ideally in Asia, preferably in Japan or Korea. Ideally, you are fluent in Japanese or Korean.

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Restaurant Staff (Chuo, Tokyo)