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Corporate Liaison

Four Seasons Language School and Cultural Center Published: April 7, 2015
   Asia
   Hamamatsu-shi, Japan
   Full-time

Description

Work full time in a Japanese business environment (M-F 8:30 to 17:00). If you have Japanese language skills you would like to put to good use, if you would like to commit to a long term position in a Japanese company but don't know how to get your foot in the door, if you are smart, friendly and can get things done, then maybe this job is for you.

The actual job duties depend on your own background, your strengths, and your ability to acquire new skills. The company usually assigns persons in this liaison position to international sales or new model production. The job entails communication via all modes available and the possibility of overseas travel.

Qualifications

Japanese Language Proficiency Test level 2 is a minimum requirement. Qualified applicants should be able to communicate in Japanese- both in meetings and in emails. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Apps a must. Sales or engineering background preferred but not required. Applicant does not need to be a native English speaker if they are proficient enough to handle daily office communication in Japanese.

The company office is located in northern Hamamatsu City, Japan.

Materials needed to Apply

What we need from you is a resume, both in English and Japanese, a recent photo and a cover letter explaining why you should be considered for the position.

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