The Japan Times has long been the premier source in Japan for job classifieds, coming from large to small companies and including both full-time, part-time and contract work. This is a selection of ads that have appeared in the Monday edition of The Japan Times. This page is updated every Wednesday. Good luck with your job hunt.
P/T NATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER for kids/adults. 2p.m.-5p.m. Tsutsujigaoka, Keio Line. Experience and valid working visa essential.
Please forward CV by email or Fax: 042-444-8137
Blackcat-global English School
The Japan Times seeks a news editor on the company’s News Desk.The successful candidate will have a strong journalism background and experience in editing news stories, as well as the ability to turn out clean, concise copy that has been thoroughly fact-checked. The candidate should be able to work with speed, accuracy and under pressure with a team of editors and reporters to help craft superior stories that rise above our competitors’. A nose for news and excellent story-selection skills for our audience is a necessity. A strong interest in and/or knowledge of the Japanese story is an advantage. Japanese-language skills are a plus.
Please send your resume and a letter of at least 500 words explaining why you are interested in the position by Wednesday, May 24.
*All documents are non-returnable. After preliminary screening, selected candidates will be contacted and asked to take written tests after interviews.
*Candidates must have a valid visa that allows them to work in Japan.
The Japan Times, Ltd., Attn: CAM Division
4-5-4 Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8071
or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To place classified ads in The Japan Times, call 03-3453-5552 or e-mail email@example.com
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The Japan Times concentrates its classified ads in its Monday papers (except for some areas). Classified ads on this Web site are some of those run in Monday's print edition of The Japan Times. Those who would like to see all of the ads should buy the print edition.