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Job Seekers’ Frequently Asked Questions
Jobsinjapan.com is a job posting website showcasing employment opportunities from various companies. We are not a recruiter or staffing agency, so we cannot directly offer you employment.
Please look on the site for a job that you are interested in and apply. A few pieces of advice:
a. Create an online resume (or several depending on the job you want to apply to). Please note that you can apply to jobs using either your PDF file resume or the online resume.
b. Make sure your cover letter is customized for each employer that you make an application.
c. Ensure that your resume and profile includes a photo. While many job seekers find adding a photo to one’s application as unusual, or even discriminatory, this is a customary practice in Japan. It will show employers that you understand Japanese work culture and procedures.
To apply to a job, you need to register and create a job seeker account; then just hit the apply button next to each job. You have the option to create and apply via online resume or apply via your own PDF/MS Word resume. Some employers set the “Apply” button to take you directly to their own website’s hiring page.
While we make every effort to gather a large amount of jobs in various categories, it is possible that we do not have a current job matching your skills and interests. Please check back, and set up “Job Alerts”, as there are new jobs uploaded continuously.
What people say about us?
School Director - ABC International School
ALC Press Inc.
Dwayne Gregory – Head Trainer / Recruiter
Jobsinjapan a very powerful and useful resource for organizations that desire to find qualified individuals to fill their demands quickly.
Founder/CEO -- Modern English Learning
With Jobsinjapan.com running the employment service for the English Teachers in Japan organisation, this is our source for hiring teachers for our schools and franchises. It has everything we need, makes our job easier, more efficient and saves us time, all at a very reasonable listing price.
Managing Director -- AINEO Corporation
We have tried four different hiring resources in the last year with excellent results using Jobsinjapan.com for a variety of hires from sales to technical staff. Very satisfied.
Founder & CEO HealthyTOKYO K.K.
I am a major fan of Jobs In Japan. We use their service often and have had tremendous results when it comes to finding talented international staff. Their reach is both local and far beyond the existing talent pool on the shores of Japan. Several of our hires have accessed our offers in their home countries through this platform, interviewed through video chat and ended up working for us here in Tokyo. Our company does digital and brick and mortar shops and Jobs In Japan has been hands down the most effective recruiting tool we use to staff our operations.