Work in Japan – the latest jobs on GaijinPot

January 17th, 2011By Category: Work Tips

If you are seeking a job in Japan or just browsing to see what is available, GaijinPot aims to include as many positions and resources as possible. Check our Work in Japan section for a growing resource that includes tips, information and industry news.

GaijinPot Jobs is a place for companies in Japan looking to find people to fill their positions, and to help you get a sneak peak at what is available every Monday we will be featuring a few of our top new jobs. Here is this week’s selection:

Mobile application in-house lead translator

Welocalize offers a dynamic environment with lots of opportunity for growth. We currently have a very exciting opportunity for a Lead Translator to join our Japanese Group.

We are looking for a web savvy, resourceful, and creative person to take responsibility for all the translations related to a mobile operating system and mobile applications developed for handheld devices, either pre-installed during manufacture or downloaded from app stores or other mobile software distribution platforms. These technologies belong to a leading multinational cloud computing, Internet search and advertising technologies corporation.

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The Society for Testing English Proficiency (STEP) is looking for a full-time editor to help produce EIKEN English examinations for high school level test-takers. STEP is Japan’s largest English-language testing organization, and this is an excellent opportunity for a committed individual to further his or her career in education.

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Full-Time teacher of English (Tokyo)

Shane English School – the largest British English School in Japan and only accredited Cert TESOL and Diploma provider in Japan – requires qualified professionals for EFL positions in the Kanto (Tokyo, Chiba, Saitama and Kanagawa), Osaka and Nagoya regions.

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