With over 1,300 schools, Tact Kodomomirai is a rapidly expanding employer in Japan that hires foreigners (both domestically and from abroad). Jobsinjapan.com sits down with James Gibson and Ryo Kaizu to discuss their more well-known schools called Kids Duo and WinBe to give you a better idea of what it is like to work there.
Jobsinjapan.com speaks with Derek Huber and Makiko Igarashi at ECC Co., Ltd., to talk about ECC CES (Children’s Education Section) which deals primarily with kindergarten visits and after-school visits (to kindergartens).ECC has 1,925 branches throughout Japan is the the largest contractor for kindergarten English lessons in Japan.
Companies and schools in Japan often treat their foreign employees, and students, like royalty-free models. Having smiling foreign staff make for great promotional material and you will invariably be called upon to have your photo taken. What should you do?
Jobsinjapan.com speaks with Jennifer Cantwell, HR Manager, at Borderlink, Inc. which is a leading company that places Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) at public kindergartens, elementary schools, and junior high schools throughout Japan.
Working in a cafe or restaurant in Japan takes a special kind of person, especially if you are a foreigner. JobsinJapan.com sits down with Mr. Nicolas Koreni, General Manager, of Cafe Company Inc., which owns and operates over 60 different brands of cafes and restaurants in Japan.
Working at an expat bar in Tokyo is like getting paid to interact in the foreign community living room where new and old foreigners can relax, get a pint and have a good conversation in one's native language. Jobsinjapan.com sits down with Paul Gibson who manages the famed Hobgoblin British Pub in Shibuya.
Looking for a job online can be demoralizing. You've applied to dozens of jobs with nothing to show for it; just a whole bunch of silence and rejection letters. It is the virtual version of having sand kicked in your face.
So, you’ve decided to hang up the title as “sensei” after years of distinguished service to the worthy cause of teaching the Japanese children to actually speak English. A thankless and near impossible task but now you are ready to make the leap into the business world here in Japan.