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Top Jobs in Japan with No Japanese Required – Week 7, 2020

Source: Gaijin Pot

Don’t speak Japanese but want to work in Japan? Each week we look through our database of jobs in Japan to showcase the top positions that don’t require any Japanese language ability. By creating a GaijinPot Jobs account, you can apply directly to these companies in English (or the language specified in the job listing).

Model Language Studio(株式会社モデル・ランゲージ・スタジオ)

English Drama Instructors

  • Company: Model Language Studio(株式会社モデル・ランゲージ・スタジオ)
  • Salary: ¥250,000 / Month
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • English: Native level
  • Japanese: Basic
  • Application: Must currently reside in Japan

Model Language Studio is a unique English conversation school dedicated to teaching English through drama and music like broadway musicals.

They are looking for an English Instructor with interest in drama or performance art.

Benefits include full training and transportation allowance.

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Tokyo American Club (東京アメリカンクラブ)

Parking Attendant

  • Company: Tokyo American Club (東京アメリカンクラブ)
  • Salary: ¥200,000 ~ ¥230,000 / Month
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • English: Conversational
  • Japanese: Basic
  • Application: Must currently reside in Japan

As the first face to greet visitors to Tokyo American Club, a warm welcome and prevention of parking lot chaos will be your most important duties.

You will be responsible for monitoring the parking lots, operating the automated parking system, directing and moving vehicles and responding to various members’ inquiries.

You must have a valid driver’s license with driving experience.

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Veritas Inc.

Business Leadership Coach

  • Company: Veritas Inc.
  • Salary: Salary negotiable
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • English: Native level
  • Japanese: Basic
  • Application: Must currently reside in Japan

Veritas is looking for motivated individuals with some teaching and training experience to take on its Business Leadership Coach position.

Your main duty will be to foster the …continue reading

    

In Japan, One Size Does Not Fit All Women

A typical attire when it comes to job hunting for women in Japan

A few months ago, I entered the lecture hall at the women’s university in Tokyo where I teach part-time. My ‘Modern Japanese Culture’ elective is one of my favorite classes, being an eclectic mix of students ranging from first-years to seniors.

I scanned the room as I was greeting the class and could not help but notice that several of the third years were dressed quite differently from normal: white blouses, conservative dark suits, hair carefully smoothed into modest low ponytails and understated makeup. One young woman, who had been sporting auburn hair just the week before, had reverted back to jet black locks.

Typical attire when it comes to job hunting for women in Japan

It was that time of year again—when the students get their first taste of preparing for entry into the workforce down the line.

Job interviews?” I asked them.

No, it’s for our career guidance class,” one replied. “But our teacher makes us dress up as if we were going to an actual interview—for practice.

My students were wearing ‘recruit suits’, the standard ‘uniform’ for job seekers in Japan. In a culture that prizes uniformity, it is essential to show one’s commitment by wearing the correct attire.

The Subtle Art Of Blending In

According to my students, you can get away with a more individual look if applying for a job in the fashion business or with an international firm, but for those seeking employment with a typical corporation, trendy clothing, flashy jewelry, and colorful makeup are strictly out of the question.

If I were to dress differently from everyone, I’d worry that companies wouldn’t take me seriously

This is just one example of Japanese society’s expectations and pressure on women to conform to a ‘one-size-fits-all’ standard of appearance. I took the opportunity to use the recruit suits as a topic for discussion. The …continue reading

    

2020 Top Jobs in Japan Week 7

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 showcase some of the most interesting ones. You can apply directly to these companies by creating a profile on GaijinPot Jobs!

株式会社PLANETS

Operating Staff

  • Company: 株式会社PLANETS
  • Salary: ¥1,200 ~ ¥1,450 / Hour
  • Location: Toyosu, Tokyo
  • English: Business level
  • Japanese: Conversational
  • Application: Must currently reside in Japan

TeamLab, the Instagram famous digital art group, is recruiting English speaking operation staff to join its “Planets” facility in Toyosu.

Your main duty will be ticket reception, maintenance, and guidance of foreign visitors.

Available schedules start from three days per week or more depending on your availability.

Benefits include full social insurance, transportation allowance up to ¥30,000/month, additional compensation for overtime or late-night, and employee discounts for drinks and food on-site.

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United Nations University (国連大学)

ICT Operations and Support Engineer

  • Company: United Nations University (国連大学)
  • Salary: Salary negotiable
  • Location: Shibuya, Tokyo
  • English: Fluent
  • Japanese: Conversational
  • Application: Overseas applications OK

The United Nations University, providing research on global problems such as human survival, conflict prevention, development, and welfare, is looking for a support engineer to identify, diagnose, remediate, and document helpdesk and system issues on a daily basis.

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Sunvertex

Mechanical Engineer

  • Company: Sunvertex
  • Salary: ¥2.7M ~ ¥4.0M / Year
  • Location: Niigata, Japan
  • English: Business level
  • Japanese: None
  • Application: Must currently reside in Japan

Sun Vertex, a manufacturer of electronic components for smartphones, tablets, and vehicles, is looking for mechanical engineers with experience using AutoCAD 2D/3D, catia V5, etc.

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(Podcast) An ALT and Corporal Punishment, a Cautionary Tale

This week “Christopher” dropped in to talk about his experience of being accused of Corporal Punishment as an ALT in Japan. Lots to be learned from this week for teachers in any capacity. Enjoooy.

(I wrote an article touching on this topic a long time ago.

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We’re hiring! Communications and Digital Marketing Specialist (Maternity Leave Cover)

Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) is a Japanese government body which aims to promote Japan to travellers from overseas. JNTO Sydney Office is in charge of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific.

We are seeking to employ a full-time temporary Communications and Digital Marketing Specialist (Maternity Leave Cover) to join the team for 12 months starting from the end of March 2020. The main task of this role is to assist with coordination of all aspects of consumer marketing projects including strategic design, implementation and management of a range of on-line and off-line communication and marketing strategies targeting potential travellers and relevant business partners to increase tourism to Japan. In addition, providing travel information to the general public will be an ongoing aspect of this role.

This position is based in Sydney.

To apply for this position, you must have the right to live and work in Australia. We do not offer visa sponsorship.

For more details please download the job description (PDF, 257KB).

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