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Latest Jobs In Japan From GaijinPot For May 26 ~ 30 2014

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Native English Teacher


  • ¥10,000 / Day
  • Various Locations in Osaka
  • Part Time
  • Must currently reside in Japan

Epion English Language School is currently accepting applications for Native English Instructors. We teach kids from as young as 2 years old up to 3rd year of high school. We are a fun but professional group of teachers and we want to find like-minded individuals to help keep building our schools into the best in Osaka.



Kitchen Manager


  • ¥250,000 ~ ¥300,000 / Month
  • Karuizawa/Nakakaruizawa, Nagano
  • Full Time
  • Business level Japanese

Cezars Kitchen is seeking a qualified Chef / Managers to join our kitchen in Nagano/Nakakaruizawa. Japanese citizenship, permanent residency or working Visa is preferred but for the right candidate, sponsorship consideration will be given.



1-to-1 English Instructor


  • 40-minute lesson rates of ¥1500 ~ ¥2200
  • Osaka,Kobe, Kyoto, Kansai
  • Entry Level
  • Must include a cover letter with your application

Gaba is accepting applications for March and April 2014 positions in the Kansai region. The particular Learning Studio locations are: Umeda, Chayamachi, Namba, Tennoji, Kobe, and Kyoto.



Customer Service Staff


  • ¥3.0M / Year
  • Kyoto
  • Full Time
  • Business level Japanese

Kyoto Design House is a gift store specializing in hand made crafts from Kyoto. The store is located on the first floor of a stylish building and stocks an abundance of modern gifts, showcasing the traditional craftsmanship of Kyoto.



Operations Executive


  • ¥2.0M ~ ¥3.0M / Year
  • Akasaka, Tokyo
  • Full Time
  • Business level Japanese

Destination Asia Japan is expanding, and we are looking for the right people to be part of our growth. We are looking for staff to work in our busy reservations and operations department, where they will be the `bridge` between our clients overseas and our suppliers in Japan.



Associate Consultant


  • ¥3.0M ~ ¥10.0M / Year
  • Tokyo
  • Full Time
  • Visa sponsorship available

Pacific Associates Limited offers the opportunity, training and guidance needed to start a career. Within three years you shall be sought after by global firms, have substantial savings and valuable experience.



Afterschool Head Teacher


  • ¥300,000 / Month
  • Sapporo, Hokkaido
  • Full Time
  • Must have 2 years EFL teaching experience

Tokyo International School Afterschool provides an immersion environment (children must attend at least 3 days per week) for non-native English speaking children. We are currently looking to hire a Head Teacher who will be responsible for helping to successfully open and run our new TISAS campus in Sapporo.



Associate Consultant


  • ¥6.0M ~ ¥15.0M / Year
  • Minato-ku, Tokyo
  • Full Time
  • University Degree Required

Hynd K.K. is the leading boutique executive search firm in the Japanese Healthcare market. We are very much a team-based business where all our members receive full advantage of our expertise, experience and continued training and support.



Business Development Manager


  • Salary Negotiable
  • Tokyo
  • Full Time
  • B2B Sales

thebigword, one of the world’s fastest growing translation and localization service providers is seeking an experienced Business Development Manager to contribute to our rapid expansion in Japan.



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  • sandumirabela says:

    Well from what I see the offer is close to 0 for non-native speakers of English. Especially when it comes to being a language teacher. Maybe it would seem weird for me to say this but on so many occasions a non-native speaker is so much more attentive to grammar and vocabulary and even pronunciation than a native person. The fact that the person teaching may be native or not for me is quite irrelevant, we also had a native person at Japanese…he was teaching Japanese though he originally was a Physics teacher, now this equation did not seem to fit, he was everywhere and nowhere, it seemed quite disrespectful towards us, we were going nowhere because he did not have a strategy, I never doubted his abilities in his own field but they sure did not fit for the one he was assigned to. Being native does not necessarily mean that you are good too at making others comprehend your language.

  • Channabaswa says:

    Hi Gaijin Pot,

    I am looking for a job in Japan.
    I have 4 years of IT experience Serving Japanese client and I have studied Higher Diploma In Japanese Language.



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