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Factory Interpreter needed at Aichi, Japan (Aichi - prefecture, Japan)

Posted on: Wednesday, 07 February, 2018  03:11
Updated On: Wednesday, 07 February, 2018  03:11
Expires On: Thursday, 07 February, 2019  10:11
Reply to: recruit@b-causebd.com

Requirement: Position: Factory interpreter Contract type: regular employee Location: Aichi - prefecture, Japan Target nationality: Myanmar

Job Purpose: There are many workers working in the factory, who are from Myanmar but do not speak Japanese. To let the communication run smoothly between Japanese supervisors and those workers, an interpreter is needed. He or she should be able not only to communicate both in Japanese and in Burmese (language spoken in Myanmar), but also to have good understanding of the culture and lifestyle of Myanmar people.

Responsibility: • Business interpretation, guidance and management of factory workers (10 - 20 people) from Myanmar • Provide life support: ex. take someone to hospital when needed • (In some cases) Japanese Language Education

Working hours (3 shifts): (1) 8: 00 - 17: 00 (2) 15: 00 - 24: 00 3) 23: 00 - 8: 00 (1 hour break)

Holidays: Depends on the shift / annually 112days

Salary: Monthly income, 200,000 - 300,000 yen (according to experience / skills) Bonuses: once a year (for 3 months)

Estimated annual income: 200,000 × 15 months = 3,000,000 yen 300,000 × 15 months = 4,500,000 yen

Qualification: -Japanese Business Level (N2 or higher)

※Preferable -Experience of interpreting or management -Caring -Good communication skills -English speaking

Benefits: -Accommodation provided (10,000 yen/month) -Full social insurance -Severance allowance (to those in company more than 3 years)

How to apply: Please send your resume to recruit@b-causebd.com »

For more information and application: http://staff.hiwork.jp/eng/staffjob/urgent.aspx?KYUZINNO=H180129002&code=2 »

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