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2018 Top Jobs in Japan Week 8

You can apply directly to these companies by creating a profile on GaijinPot Jobs.

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Check back each week as we look through the database of 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.


UI/UX Designer (Shinagawa, Tokyo)

  • English: Native level
  • Japanese: Business level
  • ¥3.0M / Year
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Visa sponsorship available

Tap Around is a young startup, expecting to launch its first product this spring. They are hiring a UX/UI designer to take care of corporate material design, websites and service (guidelines, grand design, lower-level content design, etc.), art and production direction and front-end coding.

Apply

 


1-to-1 English Instructor (Applicants outside Japan)

  • 40-minute lesson rates from ¥1500 ~ ¥2200
  • English: Native level
  • Must currently reside OUTSIDE of Japan
  • University degree (accredited) required for visa sponsorship
  • Must include a cover letter
  • Visa sponsorship available

Teaching with Gaba means a professional work environment, motivated adult students and a flexible schedule. Make the most of your Japan experience whether it is a working holiday or a long-term commitment. Career opportunities available. We have learning studios throughout Japan.

Apply


Game Localization Manager (Shinagawa, Tokyo)

  • French: Fluent
  • German: Fluent
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Visa sponsorship available

ZigZagame is looking for a French and German native speaking game localization manager to bring hugely popular Japanese mobile games to French and German-speaking audiences. You must have excellent writing and composition ability, high-level translation skills and a strong time-management skill. Prior experience in localization or game localization would be a plus.

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Fighters and Dancers (Shibuya, Tokyo)

  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • ¥5,000 ~ ¥30,000 / Project
  • No Japanese level required
  • No English level required
The Tokyo Fight Club Bar will host live fights, dancers, magicians and other performers. The first rule of the Tokyo Fight Club: You must currently reside in Japan. The second rule of the Tokyo Fight Club: You are an amateur or hobbyist fighter, a professional or semi-professional performer or dancer. Third rule of Tokyo Fight Club: No Japanese required.

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Digital Marketer (Osaka)

  • Chinese, Mandarin: Native level
  • English: Business level
  • Japanese: Business level
  • Visa sponsorship available

ZenMarket is looking for the perfect candidate to join its digital marketing team in their office located in Osaka. Your main duty will be to oversee Chinese digital marketing efforts, create marketing campaigns through various channels like online advertising (Google AdWords etc.) and social media  (Wechat etc.). Fluency in English and a native level Chinese is mandatory. Japanese abilities would be a plus.

Apply

 


Full-time English Instructors (Yamaguchi)

  • English: Native level
  • Must meet visa requirements
  • ¥250,000 / Month
  • Must be willing to commit to at least 1 year
  •  This posting is for 5 days per week

WinBe English school is looking for a bright, friendly, professionally minded native-English speaking instructor who shares a passion for helping students achieve their English-language goals and enjoys working in a fun learning environment. Applicants must enjoy working with people of all ages, show an eagerness to learn and be able to effectively teach children, yet with a professional approach to teaching adults as well.

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Overseas Sales (Edogawa, Tokyo)

  • English: Business level
  • Japanese: Business level
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • ¥300,000 ~ ¥600,000 / Month
  • Visa sponsorship available

As sales account manager you will contribute significantly to revenue growth by expanding the company’s ever-growing overseas luxury product clientele. You will be responsible for developing strong relationships with politicians, business leaders and other influencers who have occasion to visit Japan. The ideal candidate must be IT and business savvy, although previous experience is not a must. A “can-do spirit” is the key to someone learning to become successful, and we are eager to support and train eager candidates to be successful with our existing clients, and then grow that base.

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Localization & Translation (Shinjuku, Tokyo)

  • Japanese: Business level (JLPT N3 or higher)
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Native level in either English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese (traditional) or Korean.

Cel Sys is looking for a talented individuals for its localization & translation positions at their office in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Your duty will involve the localization and translation of their developed graphic software, available in Japanese, English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese (traditional) and Korean, for customers outside of Japan. No experience needed! Benefits include social insurance and transportation. Experience with graphics software such as Adobe Photoshop, Paint Tool SAI etc. would be a plus.

Apply

 


Korean-Japanese Merchandising Associate (Roppongi, Tokyo)

  • Japanese: Business level
  • Korean: Business level
  • English: Basic
  • ¥550,000 ~ ¥700,000 / Month
  • Must currently reside in Japan

Vaco Japan is looking for an experienced merchandising associate to join the Google Tokyo office in Roppongi. As part of the Google team, you will plan and update weekly, monthly, and annual merchandising calendars as well as merchandise collections on the store on a weekly basis. You must have at least 3 years working experience and have a high Japanese and Korean proficiency.

Apply

 

To browse through hundreds of other jobs currently available in Japan, visit GaijinPot Jobs.

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