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Top Jobs in Japan for Week 42 – 2014

Every Tuesday, we handpick the top jobs that are posted to GaijinPot.


Check back every Tuesday as we look through the database of jobs in Japan that have been posted to GaijinPot and pick out the ones that we think are the most interesting. Apply directly to these companies by creating a profile on GaijinPot.

DTP Designer for English Restaurant Magazine


  • ¥12,500 / Day
  • Shinjuku, Tokyo
  • Thorough knowledge of Adobe CC applications
  • Must have experience for layout magazine pages

Business World Corporation is the leading company of English publications in Japan since 1971. We publish the English restaurant magazine and run an English restaurant search website. We also publish digital magazine and providing restaurant information on Twitter and FaceBook fan page.



Accounts Officer


  • ¥416,500 / Month
  • Minato-ku, Tokyo
  • Experience in book keeping/accounting
  • Responsible and motivated

At the Australian Embassy in Tokyo, under the direction of the Accounts Manager and as a member of the Accounts team, perform general accounts processing and support the Embassy’s best practice financial management.



Automotive Quality Engineer


  • ¥950 / Hour
  • Tokyo
  • ¥6.0M ~ ¥9.0M / Year
  • Must have a proper working visa

A position has become available in a European Tier 1 Automotive supplier which due to increased business is now looking to add a Project Manager to their team.



FT JHS/SHS English Teacher


  • ¥300,000 / Month
  • Greater Tokyo Area
  • Capable of making and implementing effective and interesting lessons
  • Visa sponsorship available

We are now starting to accept applications for JHS/SHS teacher position coming new school year (April 2015). We are looking for teachers with dedication, passion, and energy. Please send your application if you are interested.



Entry Level Recruiting Consultant


  • ¥250,000 ~ ¥300,000 / Month
  • Tokyo
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Visa sponsorship available

Career Scout Japan K.K. (careerscout.co.jp) is seeking an entry level Recruiting Consultant to identify and source candidates for foreign capital companies. This is a great opportunity to gain sales / consulting experience in an international and professional office setting in Tokyo.



International Preschool Teacher


  • ¥250,000 ~ ¥280,000 / Month
  • Nagoya, Aichi
  • Experience teaching small children
  • Visa sponsorship available

Kakuozan International Preschool has a new fulltime position available for a reliable, energetic teacher who loves children and is genuinely interested in teaching. A degree in Early Childhood Education or a related degree and experience teaching in an international preschool setting are highly desirable, but enthusiasm and a love for children are paramount.



English Preschool / After school Teacher


  • ¥250,000 ~ ¥280,000 / Month
  • Tokyo
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Must hold a valid working visa

Kids Harbor is now hiring FULL TIME teachers for our new schools in Tokyo. Kids Harbor is one of the education business operated by A&I Co. We are looking for native English speaking teachers with some experience with small children. Children’s’ age ranges from 2 years old to lower elementary school children.



Part-time Native English Teacher


  • ¥1,700 ~ ¥2,100 / Hour
  • Yokohama
  • Experienced and like working with children
  • Responsible and motivated

Comm Ess is looking for part-time experienced native teachers who are passionate about imparting knowledge to children in the classroom. We believe that learning a second language should be fun and stress free.



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