Jul 19

Posted by Sydney Sparrow. Click here to join the JETwit Jobs Google Group and receive job listings even sooner by email.


Position: Assistant for the Education Counselor
Posted by: Embassy of Japan
Location: Washington, D.C.
Contract: Full-Time

The Embassy of Japan is seeking a motivated individual to work with us as an Assistant for Education Counselor! Japanese language skills and teaching experience are preferred qualifications for this position, and this is a perfect opportunity for former JETs. If you are interested, please see details below and apply by July 21st.

The Embassy of Japan is seeking a highly motivated, team-oriented individual for the position of Assistant for the Education Counselor. This individual is primarily responsible for managing the schedules and activities of the Education Counselor and other diplomats in the Public Affairs Section. Please see below for a detailed listing of responsibilities.

The Embassy offers group health insurance coverage, paid vacation and sick leave. Working hours are 9:00 am – 5:30 pmMonday through Friday, with lunch time receptionist duty every other month and the occasional weeknight and/or weekend event (paid overtime). Salary is commensurate with experience- the minimum monthly base salary for this position is $3,200 USD.

Please note: Candidates must be a U.S. citizen or a U.S. green card holder. Screening will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Only successful candidates will be contacted. All successful candidates will be requested to submit their background check information.

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Jul 19

Posted by Sydney Sparrow. Click here to join the JETwit Jobs Google Group and receive job listings even sooner by email.


Position: .Net Developer
Posted by: Computer Technologies Consultants
Location: Herndon, VA
Contract: Full-Time

Please see below for a job opportunity for a Net Developer role for Computer Technologies Consultants, CTC, in the DC/NOVA area.

Information from the organization: What makes this role unique is that they need someone who can read, write, and speak Japanese. While language proficiency is definitely preferred, they would also consider candidates who have worked with a Japanese client as well and have a basic understanding of the language.”

Company Description

Our client is a nationally operated consultancy with a global reach that provides a unique mix of strategic business leaders, deep technical experience and creative business and technical solutions to deliver proven results to commercial and federal clients.They strive to create an empowered work environment where staff flourishes and clients receive

They strive to create an empowered work environment where staff flourishes and clients receive unparalleled service. They believe “What we do is who we are” as they provide world class expertise in areas of Management Consulting, Information Technology and Product Management. They have a proven track record establishing tailored, holistic, and integrated strategy solutions to address our client’s critical business objectives. Read More


Jul 15

Posted by Sydney Sparrow. Click here to join the JETwit Jobs Google Group and receive job listings even sooner by email.


Position: Social Studies Teacher
Posted by: Keio Academy of New York
Location: New York City, NY
Contract: Full-Time

Here’s a job received directly from the school:

POSITION: FULL-TIME SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER

QUALIFICATIONS: Certified high school teacher with a Social Studies background strongly desired. Uncertified candidates with MS may also be considered. Experience in teaching ESL students is preferred, but not required.

STARTING DATE:   September 1, 2017

COMPENSATION: Salary commensurate with education and experience. Health Insurance, 403B Pension Plan benefits

DEADLINE: Applications will be considered in order of arrival, until the position is filled.

職種:専任教員(社会)
応募資格:社会の高等学校教員免許を持つ者歓迎。または、社会分野のMS保持者、当該分野専攻にてESLの生徒を教えた経験者も歓迎。
勤務開始日:2017年9月1日
待遇:経験・能力等を考慮の上、本学院規定により決定。健康保険完備。確定拠出年金生徒あり。
選考方法:到着した応募書類に対して順次行い、採用が決定するまで行なう。

 

The contact information for submitting a cover letter and resume is somu@keio.edu.

Jul 15

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Position: Skype English Tutors 
Posted by: Topic-Time
Location: Remote
Contract: Full-Time

Here’s a job received directly from the company:

Hi,

I hire JET alumni!  I would love to post with you guys regarding hiring Skype English Conversation tutors for Japanese people. Although I am not a JET alumni myself,  I did live in Japan for a year as an exchange student and fell in love with the language and culture.  This is what prompted me to begin this tutoring business:  To be a bridge between Learners and Teachers.  This is what I would like to post with you.  Feel free to pass this to whomever can benefit :)

Topic-Time

A small American company hiring people from America for strictly Japanese students. Pays $12 per 55 minute lesson. I live on the East Coast of America. I own a small business that is growing quite rapidly. I am looking to hire 20 more tutors. One of my teachers was accepted into the JET program. He found it invaluable to work here in a small way to prepare for what was coming in Japan. I also think that this might be very helpful for JET Alumni re-acclimating themselves to their home country. Or like me, an older woman who looks back affectionately on my time in Japan and sees my conversations as a way to re-connect with the culture I know and appreciate so well.

This job pays $12 per 55 minute class completed and is paid through PayPal on a weekly basis. The tutors make their own schedule of when they would like to give classes. The students choose which teacher they would like to have teach them. The job is “located” on Skype. Preference is given to tutors who know a little about the Japanese language and or culture and for those tutors who type fast.

APPLY HERE: https://www.topic-time.com/en/beatutor/

Thanks!

Scarlett Orork Moulder


Jul 15

The Great Tanuki War stands apart from the other Kitaro volumes because in this adventure, the stakes are higher than anything you’ve ever seen.” (Drawn and Quarterly)

 

By Julio Perez Jr. (Kyoto-shi, 2011-13) for JQ magazine. A bibliophile, writer, translator, and graduate from Columbia University, Julio currently keeps the lights on by working at JTB USA while writing freelance in New York. Follow his enthusiasm for Japan, literature, and comic books on his blog and Twitter @brittlejules.

A haunted house built on an ancient burial ground? That’s minor league. How about an entire nation built above an army of human-hating yokai who command a catfish large enough to cause earthquakes?

Shigeru Mizuki’s Kitaro and The Great Tanuki War is a manga volume that tells an epic tale pitting the titular character, Kitaro, against an army of tanuki and their powerful yokai allies. There are also a few bonus stories with Kitaro’s usual one-shot adventures. You may already be familiar with Mizuki’s famous character, but if you are not, you can brush up on his origin story featured in the first volume, The Birth of Kitaro, which JQ reviewed last year here.

This marks the third volume in the English collection of Kitaro stories published by the fine folks at Drawn and Quarterly. One of our very own JET alums, Zack Davisson (Nara-ken, 2001-04; Osaka-shi, 2004-06), has been doing his part to put Shigeru Mizuki’s timeless work on the map in the English-speaking world. He has served as translator for these Kitaro stories and also for Mizuki’s colossal four-volume manga history of the Showa period. Zack is a yokai expert in his own right and you can find out more about his career and JET experience in our vintage JQ interview with him.

As many consumers of Japanese media may already be aware, yokai are strange creatures or phenomena that originate in Japan and have become widely popular globally. Kitaro is a unique yokai who solves mysteries and fights for humans. The conflict between humans and yokai is often an issue of tension for him as he straddles both sides, but this conflict takes center stage in The Great Tanuki War, when an army of tanuki escape from their underground dwelling beneath the island of Shikoku (shout-out to our Shikoku JET alums!), to wage a war on the human residents of Japan.

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Jul 14

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By JQ magazine editor Justin Tedaldi (CIR Kobe-shi, 2001-02) for Shukan NY Seikatsu. Justin has written about Japanese arts and entertainment for JETAA since 2005. For more of his articles, click here.

This month, “Chicago,” the longest-running American Broadway musical in history, features Japanese superstar actress Ryoko Yonekura in the role of Roxie Hart for 11 performances from July 3-13 at the Ambassador Theatre.

Yonekura originated the role of Hart in the Japanese-language production of “Chicago” in 2008 and played it again in 2010. She then learned the role in English and made her Broadway debut in 2012. Following her return to Broadway this year, Yonekura will join the “Chicago” U.S. national touring company in Tokyo August 2-13 at the Tokyu Theater Orb.

An actress who has enjoyed a steady career in film and television in Japan since the year 2000, Yonekura is best known from the TV Asahi series “Doctor X.” Recently, she appeared for an intimate discussion and meet and greet at Asia Society on June 27.

“Ryoko Yonekura is an amazing bridge builder between the U.S. and Japan. In 2012, she became the first Japanese person in the history of Broadway to play a major character as an American. We are really excited to have Ryoko back in New York,” said Josette Sheeran, president and CEO of Asia Society.

Featuring classic tunes by John Kander and Fred Ebb, “Chicago tells the story of Roxie Hart, a Jazz age nightclub dancer who murders her lover after an argument, and the media sensationalism that follows. Originally produced for Broadway in 1975 and revived in 1996, the show won six Tony Awards the following year, and the 2002 film adaptation starring Reneè Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Richard Gere won Best Picture at the Academy Awards. For tickets, visit www.chicagothemusical.com.


Jul 13

 

Written by professional Writer/Interpreter/Translator Stacy Smith (Kumamoto-ken CIR, 2000-03), WIT Life is a periodic series about aspects of Japanese culture such as film, food and language.  Stacy starts her day by watching Fujisankei’s newscast in Japanese, and here she shares some interesting tidbits and trends along with her own observations.

This weekend concludes the 2017 New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF), which offered another amazing lineup of films and special guests.  This is the 16th year of its running, and it just seems to get better over time.  I saw two of the Japanese films screened at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater, the festival’s venue, and another two I had seen on the plane during a recent business trip to Japan (In this same venue the week before the event I had the chance to see Harmonium (淵に立つ), which was not part of the festival but is another thought-provoking and upsetting Japanese film).

The two films I saw at the festival were Rage (怒り) and Double Life (二重生活).  Rage stayed with me for a while after watching it; it is not a film you can easily shake.  It is based on the mystery novel of the same name by Shuichi Yoshida, who also wrote Villain and Parade which were both made into fantastic films (the former directed by Sang-il Lee, who made Rage).  The story begins with the heinous murder of a couple in their home, with the young, male killer on the loose.

Characters from communities in three different parts of Japan (Chiba, Tokyo and Okinawa) are shaken by the appearance of three respective young men who fit the description of the wanted man.  As the manhunt unfolds, the more we find out about each suspect the more the suspense builds.  I was on the edge of my seat for the majority of the film, but once this fear dissipated the psychological terror of the Read More


Jul 12

Neko Atsume House, starring Atsushi Ito and an army of kitties, makes its East Coast premiere at Japan Society July 16.
(Neko Atsume House © 2017 Hit-Point:Neko Atsume House Production Committee)

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By Lyle Sylvander (Yokohama-shi, 2001-02) for JQ magazine. Lyle has completed a master’s program at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and has been writing for the JET Alumni Association of New York since 2004. He is also the goalkeeper for FC Japan, a New York City-based soccer team.

The 11th edition of JAPAN CUTSthe Japan Society of New York’s extensive showcase of new Japanese cinema, premieres tomorrow (July 13) for 11 days of unique programming, special guests, and the chance to see exclusive North American releases. This year’s lineup—29 films in all—demonstrates the wide variety of Japan’s contemporary cinematic space. The programming runs the gamut from documentaries to shoestring independents, old classics and mainstream blockbusters. A handful of films were made available for JQ press screenings; here are some notable selections:

Neko Atsume House (July 16, 12:00 p.m.): Based on a popular smartphone game, this film deals with writer’s block in a most unique way. When the novelist-protagonist Sakumoto-san (Atsushi Ito) finds himself faced with his profession’s most dreaded dilemma, he accepts an assignment to write a series of horror novels—a major step backward for this once-celebrated author. In order to solve his predicament, he adopts the old cliché of secluding himself in a country house for creative inspiration. What follows is a thoroughly unexpected delight of a movie as he makes friends with a multitude of friendly felines with whom he bonds.

At the Terrace (July 16, 6:45 p.m.): Kenji Yamauchi adapts his play for the screen, in what can best be described as a Japanese Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf?  This dialogue-heavy film finds a group of guests drinking into the night. As the alcohol makes its way through their systems, the characters let down their guard and inhibitions and make confrontational and incriminating accusations against one another. The veneer of civility gradually dissipates until the carnal desires and petty jealousies take over the proceedings. In the process, Yamauchi skewers the pretensions of Japan’s professional and bourgeois class.

Haruneko (July 16, 8:45 p.m.): Dealing with the Japanese fascination with death is first-time director Soro Hakimoto’s Haruneko, a tale set at a forest café where people come to die. In some ways, the setting reminds one of the infamous “suicide forest” at the base of Mt. Fuji, another place for a similar purpose. Unlike that real location, Hakimoto creates an ambience that can only be described as “melancholy mysticism” as the café manager, young boy and an old woman guide their visitors into the deep woods to dissolve into the ether. This film debut serves as a harbinger of great things to come from Hakimoto, who establishes himself as Japan’s answer to the great Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul (Tropical MaladyUncle Boonmee Who Can Recall his Past Lives).

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Jul 3

JQ Magazine: Nippon in New York — Ghibli Fest, JAPAN CUTS, One OK Rock

By JQ magazine editor Justin Tedaldi (CIR Kobeshi, 2001-02). Justin has written about Japanese arts and entertainment for JETAA since 2005. For more of his articles, click here.

Before and after the outdoor fireworks, enjoy some summer events in the cool indoors, whether it’s catching one of the dozens of films premiering at Japan Society’s annual festival, or enjoying anything from interpretative theater to the latest rock sensation.

This month’s highlights include:

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June 30-July 2

In the Box 2: You and Me

The Club (La MaMa), 74A East 4th Street

$20-$100

Celebrated for her captivating work with the Martha Graham Dance Company, dancer/choreographer Miki Orihara premieres the second incarnation of her multi-media work, In the Box (ITB). Directed by theatrical visual-effects specialist Hiroyuki Nishiyama, this new experimental dance-theater piece features performances by Bessie Award winner Orihara with original music by best-selling Sony Music artist Senri Oe.

Following the 2015 Using cutting edge animations and projections from Japan, In the Box 2 (ITB2) juxtaposes three-dimensional sounds and images with the flesh and bones of a dancer and her moving shadow. ITB2 follows the 2015 premiere of ITB which explored the paradox of “Where Technology Meets the Body” inspired by Schrödinger‘s cat (quantum mechanics). ITB 2 picks up where its predecessor left off and opens the book of our lives in a paradoxical nature. “ITB2 explores human nature by mixing the human body with technology,” explains Orihara. “Audiences will experience entirely new sensations!” Using a streamlined technology of sensor system and infrared camera, audiences can enjoy the dancer’s motions and visual expressions through streamlined technology including CG, infrared cameras, and three-dimensional audio.

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Wednesday, July 4-5

Ponyo

Village East Cinema, 189 Second Avenue

$15

Part of this year’s Studio Ghibli Fest! Perfect for audiences of all ages, PONYO centers on the friendship between five-year-old Sosuke and a magical goldfish name Ponyo, the young daughter of a sorcerer father and a sea-goddess mother. After a chance encounter, Ponyo yearns to become a human so she can be with Sosuke. Hayao Miyazaki’s tale is a beautiful combination of unbridled imagination, visual wonder and tender love, humor, and devotion from the emotional heart of the film. The July 4 screening will be presented in Japanese with English subtitles.

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July 13-23

JAPAN CUTS 2017

Japan Society, 333 East 47th Street

Most films $14/$11 seniors and students, $10 members

Now in its 11th year, North America’s largest festival of new Japanese cinema returns to serve up a slice of the best and boldest titles from Japan never before seen in NYC with special guest filmmakers and stars, post-screening Q&As, parties and much more. Boasting a thrilling slate of epic blockbusters, shoestring independents, radical documentaries, mind-bending avant-garde, newly-restored classics, and breathtaking animation, JAPAN CUTS 2017 promises a bounty of cinematic discoveries for film fans and pop culture enthusiasts alike. For a list of this year’s special guests, click here.

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Jun 28

Job: Marketing Coordinator – DISCO International, Inc. (New York, NY, USA)

Posted by Sydney Sparrow. Click here to join the JETwit Jobs Google Group and receive job listings even sooner by email.


Position: Marketing Coordinator
Posted by: DISCO International, Inc.
Location: New York, NY, USA
Contract: Full-Time

Here’s a job received directly from the company:

Posting Title:

DISCO International seeking Marketing Coordinator for promoting Career Forum for Japanese-English bilingualsPosting Content:

Posting Content:

DISCO International, Inc. organizer of the largest job fair for Japanese-English bilinguals, the Boston Career Forum, is currently seeking a marketing coordinator. JET alumni with at least conversational Japanese language ability are encouraged to apply.

Job Description:

  • Assisting in the overall promotion of CFN and Career Forum
  • Marketing research/analysis
  • Developing and executing ad campaigns
  • Communicating and creating networks with Universities and Student Organizations
  • Conducting career-related seminars/workshops for students
  • Career advising to students

For more details, please go to https://careerforum.net/en/event/on2/companylist_16/828/1220

You can apply from the above URL or send your resume to Katie Yokota at katie@discointer.com.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Jun 27

Job: Study Abroad Advisor – International Education Programs (St. Mary’s City, Maryland, USA)

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Position: Study Abroad Advisor
Posted by: International Education Programs at St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Location: St. Mary’s City, Maryland, USA
Contract: Full-Time

Here’s a position received directly from Scott Tayloe, Founder and Executive Director at International Education Programs. People interested in the position can contact him for more information at scott@iepabroad.org:

International Education Programs (IEP) is pleased to announce the following employment opportunity:

Job Description

This is a position within the International Education Programs (IEP) office based at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. IEP is a campus-based education abroad services organization. IEP manages and supports campus education abroad programs and international student programming. The Study Abroad Advisor’s main responsibilities are to advise students interested in an education abroad program and to promote education abroad opportunities through campus based events.

Specific Duties

  • Advise students on SMCM education abroad opportunities (Exchange, Faculty-Led and third-party affiliates).
  • Update and manage program content via website, social media and print pieces.
  • Provide pre-departure orientations to outgoing education abroad students each term.
  • Manage student applications for all SMCM education abroad programs through campus and IEP CRM systems (Exchange, Faculty-Led and third-party affiliates).
  • Perform administrative tasks such as data entry, email correspondence and phone calls, etc.
  • Assist in curriculum mapping projects and creation of other advising and marketing tools for the office.
  • Other duties as assigned.

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Jun 22

Job: Administrative Assistant – Halcyon (Washington, D.C.)

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Position: Administrative Assistant
Posted by: Halcyon
Location: Washington, D.C.
Contract: Full-Time

Halcyon, a non-profit in Georgetown, currently has openings for a full-time Administrative Assistant to the Founder and CEO.

About Halcyon: Halcyon seeks and celebrates creativity in all forms and galvanizes creative individuals aspiring to promote social good. We bring together diverse groups of changemakers in art and social enterprise and provide a safe haven for their bold ideas to take flight. Halcyon offers an ecosystem of advocacy that encourages socially engaged creatives to learn, freely experiment, sometimes fail, and advance their talents and visions. In doing so, we foster new pathways to knowledge and resources and help innovators transform their inspiration into impact. 

About the Position: Manage all scheduling requests and provide administrative support for the office, personal, and philanthropic endeavors of both the Founder and the CEO. Job requires incredible organizational skills for an ever-changing business calendar and complex schedule. The Administrative Assistant will be engaged in every aspect of day-to-day life, making discretion and confidentiality vital. Superior client relationship management and incredible customer service skills are a must. 

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Jun 22

Job: Grant Writer – Halcyon (Washington, D.C.)

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Position: Grant Writer
Posted by: Halcyon
Location: Washington, D.C.
Contract: Part-Time

Halcyon, a non-profit in Georgetown, currently has openings for a part-time Grant Writer.

ABOUT HALCYON: Halcyon seeks and celebrates creativity in all forms and galvanizes creative individuals aspiring to promote social good. We bring together diverse groups of changemakers in art and social enterprise and provide a safe haven for their bold ideas to take flight. Halcyon offers an ecosystem of advocacy that encourages socially engaged creatives to learn, freely experiment, sometimes fail, and advance their talents and visions. In doing so, we foster new pathways to knowledge and resources and help innovators transform their inspiration into impact. 

About the Position
Research, write and submit winning funding proposals.

Essential Responsibilities

  • Craft funding proposals in a clear and compelling manner
  • Assemble and submit grant proposals, including letters, proposals, budgets, and presentations to foundations and other grant‐making organizations, persuasively communicating the organization’s mission and programs to potential funders
  • Help establish and steward relationships with foundation contacts and program officers
  • Conduct robust prospect research
  • Maintain a calendar/spreadsheet to ensure timely submission of letters of inquiry, proposal deadlines, and reports
  • Ensure prompt acknowledgment of foundation gifts
  • Prioritize projects to keep multiple projects moving in a timely manner, meet deadlines and manage supplemental material required for proposals

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Jun 22

Job: Administrative and Program Assistant – The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation (Washington, D.C.)

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Position: Administrative and Program Assistant
Posted by: The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation
Location: Washington, D.C.
Contract: Full-Time

Here’s a job received directly from the organization:

The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, a non-profit that promotes understanding and cooperation between the United States and Asia, seeks a full-time Administrative and Program Assistant for its Washington, D.C. office. The Administrative and Program Assistant will have responsibilities in the following areas:

Office Operations

  • Maintain office equipment and supplies
  • Manage vendor relationships
  • Oversee all aspects of IT systems (including hardware, software, and basic support for Foundation staff)
  • Oversee D.C. office finances and serve as liaison with Montana-based financial director
Website Management/Outreach
  • Update and maintain Foundation website (using WordPress)
  • Manage website upgrades
  • Use iContact to distribute Foundation e-newsletter, announcements, and invitations
  • Update and manage office database
Program/Executive Support
  • Provide administrative support for Foundation exchanges and dialogues, including scheduling, logistics, travel arrangements, and program promotion
  • Assist President and Vice President with administrative tasks, scheduling, and outreach activities
Other
  • Manage recruitment and support of Visiting Fellows
  • Recruit and supervise interns
  • Serve as D.C. point of contact for Japan’s Friendship Ties Programs 
  • Assist with day-to-day operations of Mike Mansfield Fellowship Program

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Jun 19

Job: Japanese/English Bilingual Associate Producer – NHK (New York, NY, USA)

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Position: Japanese/English Bilingual Associate Producer
Posted by: NHK
Location: New York, NY, USA
Contract: Full-Time

Here’s a job received directly from the company:

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NHK General Bureau for America is seeking a full-time Associate Producer who covers news in North America. The Associate Producer will be working with correspondents from Japan with duties including but not limited to:

  • Conducting research, reporting, and fact-gathering regarding social and cultural issues, and breaking news
  • Pitching story ideas for longer-term reports
  • Arranging on-location filming, interviews, and travel logistics
  • Domestic and international business trips, including sudden and extended trips to cover breaking news; occasionally required to drive on location
  • Appear on TV for “NHK World” (NHK’s international TV service in English)

This position will start as soon as possible. You must be able to come for an in-person interview

NHK is Japan’s largest and the sole public broadcasting network nationwide and worldwide. NHK General Bureau for America (based in Manhattan, New York) covers all the news in North and South American Continents for NHK’s various news and documentary programs.

You can see NHK’s info from these URLs:

http://www.nhk.or.jp/pr/koho-e.htm

http://www.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/

Qualifications:

  • Show a strong interest in broadcast journalism, especially regarding social and cultural issues, and breaking news
  • Be a resourceful self-starter who works well under pressure
  • Be outgoing and have good communication skills
  • Be willing to travel and drive
  • Language: Fluent English required, Japanese and Spanish preferred.
  • Have a driver’s license
  • Microsoft OFFICE skills

How to Apply:

  • Please send your resume and a brief cover letter to jobs@nhkny.com
  • Clips are welcome; kindly refrain from phone inquiries.

 


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