Tokyo Hiring & Recruiting Meetup on Sunday, September 11th
Come to the Co-Edo Coworking space to talk about jobs, practice for job interviews and edit your resume to match the job spec or profile. Look at our presentation here You can also see practice interview questions.
Joint Meetup on Global Careers and Foreign Job Seekers on September 14th, 2016
Lets talk about working overseas for a drink during happy hour! Let’s meet at Bebu and talk about global careers, and getting a bilingual job in Tokyo.
Looking for a Job for Foreign Job Seekers on September 24th, 2016
We will have a guest speaker at the event, who will be a senior recruiter with 10 years experience recruiting and managing a recruiting office in Japan.
Global Career Meetup on September 28th, 2016 at 6:30 pm
Let’s meet after work, to drink. Beers are about 850 to 1,300 yen and there are soft drinks as well. We will invite a guest speaker from an IT company, who we hope will join to talk about working in the IT field.
Just an afterwork drinking event to talk about working abroad, and different ways people might be able to do it.
Interview with Robert Pauling, Director of Asia Pacific at Computec Inc.
Looking for a Job for Foreign Job Seekers in Japan
Saturday, August 27, 2016
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
〒104-0033 東京都中央区新川1-3-4 PAビル5F, Tokyo (edit map)
We’ve interviewed a Headhunter and posted it for you to the Meetup
Arnaldo Oliveira Founder & Managing Director Orion Executive Search December 2010 – Present (5 years 9 months) Established in December 2010 – Asia focus executive search firm. Orion Executive Search covers the following: Countries: Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, US, UK.
Look at the links on the Meetup Pages or Files
Look at sample questions from recruiters, or a sample resume.
Also posted the slides on our page on Slideshare
And you can view on our Facebook page
Good Meetup on the 23rd at Co-edo Co-working space.
Went looking for lists of companies to prepare in Japanese and English.
Found the Tokyo Stock Exchange link to company lists in csv files.
Using Microsoft access, I matched the Japanese names of 1,500 companies with their English equivalents which I got from SBI Japannext, a Japanese alternative exchange.
I also found a service from Thomson Reuters, PermID, which can provide links to more detailed information about each company.
I also looked at a Deutsche Bank conference on auto-related companies and ran that through the PermID service to look up details. This got me to look at URL links via Google Finance, Twitter and Google News.
It’s 6/13, Monday, on a rainy day in Tokyo, and I created an English translation of a Japanese article on the manga industry in Vietnam. It’s an example of using Recording to practice reading kanji, while getting the links and sharing them in the post.
Here is a link to the Japanese post (with English translation and audio links)
To practice and share your own reading, record it here and it will be sent to me via a link.
Just click Connect, and press 7 to start recording and sharing.
http://bit.ly/1sTu57Bimg src=”https://s3-ap-northeast-1.amazonaws.com/all-jp-1/img/icons/connect_22682649680_o.png” alt=”Record your speech and share” /
The join.me screensharing session has started Click here to join it https://join.me/474-279-101
It will continue until 16:30 pm JST / 8:30 BST.