This week we continue the 10-week leaving Japan special with an overview of starting this very website and podcast. It’s in a very different place than it was in 2015, but I’m happy with the path its taken. Nothing about Japan hear, this eppie is all about making money online.
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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).
Game development software engineer
Wizcorp, a Tokyo-based game development company known for its cutting-edge HTML5 and mobile games, is looking for software engineers to join their team in Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
You must have strong software development fundamentals, design theory, development processes and excellent debugging skills. At least three years professional software engineering experience preferred.
Benefits include Japanese language class support.
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English instructors [URGENT]
Nova is hiring new English Instructors to join its school located in Kumamoto.
For domestic applicants, you’ll be able to benefit from ¥250,000 for your relocation.
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IT infrastructure engineer & project manager
Your main duty will be building a safe network infrastructure, provide IT support when needed and maintain network components.
You must have a bachelor’s degree in computer science or related fields with at least five years experience of project management.
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It’s no secret that job hunting in Japan is ridiculously difficult. Everything about the process is set in stone, from the hairstyle and suit you wear to an interview to how many times you knock on the door before entering the interview room (hint: it’s twice).
With such a strict set of rules, how do people who identify as a different gender than they were born as—or maybe no particular gender at all—fit in? According to a recent online survey by Pantene, the answer seems to be simply: they don’t. At least, not yet.
Pantene Japan’s latest campaign, appropriately titled #PrideHair, attacks this issue head-on. In a society where women’s hairstyles and apparel for job interviews is defined down to how many centimeters tall their heels should be, there is little room for job seekers to express their identities outside the heteronormative gender binary.
#PrideHair is a multi-channel promotional campaign launched on Sept. 30 that features transgender models on billboards in Shibuya and Shinjuku Stations. Interviews with members of the LGBTQ+ community and a survey on Pantene’s website detail the struggles they faced job hunting in Japan.
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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!
ZenMarket, a global company specialized in Japanese product e-commerce, is looking for a motivated, skillful candidate to join its risk management team.
Your main duty will be customers’ information check, monitoring and preventing credit card frauds, supervising operators and other risk management related tasks.
You must have a business level English and Japanese (JLPT N2 or above).
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ZenMarket, a global company specialized in Japanese product e-commerce, is looking for a new System Administrator.
You’ll be mainly focusing on setting up new PCs in the office and warehouse (Installing OS, Antivirus, and other software) and building wired and WiFi networks (Ubiquity Mesh, routers, switches Sharing printers, folders, etc) among other IT setup related tasks.
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Content Creator Assistant
Kimewaza, operating Japan related online media, is looking for a part-time Content Creator Assistant.
Your main duty will be assisting with plannings, interviews, photo/video shoots, …continue reading