Dec 18

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Job Title: MSO Outreach Coordinator
Posted by: North East Medical Services
Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA
Contract: Full-Time

Here’s a job passed along to us:

Please reach out to Elizabeth at <elizabeth.scheley@nems.org> to apply or for further inquiries.

DEPARTMENT: MSO

REPORT TO: UTILIZATION/QUALITY IMPROVEMENT MANAGER

SUMMARY OF POSITION:

The Outreach Coordinator will develop and implement various outreach activities to facilitate the activation and engagement of Health Plan members, document and report program progress and measure outcomes to Health Plan as required.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Understand program details and measure requirements for Health Plan’s Practice Improvement Program (PIP) and Pay For Performance Program (P4P)
  • Develop and implement outreach activities to managed care members assigned by Health Plan to NEMS, to generate interest in NEMS services
  • Conduct outreach activities to assigned members by phone, mail or any other form of communication method approved by NEMS Administration
  • Communicate with each PCP clinic and staffs regarding current outreach activities to promote awareness of PIP/P4P program
  • Coordinate and communicate with other NEMS Outreach Coordinators and staff partaking in outreach activities
  • Collect and report statistical information for monthly and quarterly reports
  • Document program measure results and submit to Health Plan as required
  • Prepare project reports for submission to Health Plan for each measure as required
  • Contribute to NEMS’ marketing strategy and other outreach project planning
  • Attend and coordinate conferences and meetings as needed
  • Performs other job duties as required by manager/supervisor.

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Dec 10

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Job Title: Associate Producer
Posted by: NHK Los Angeles Bureau
Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA
Contract: Full-Time

Here’s a job if you’re in or looking to move to the Los Angeles Area received directly from NHK Japan Broadcasting Corporation.

NHK Los Angeles Bureau is seeking a full-time Associate Producer who covers news in the US. The Associate Producer will be working with correspondents from Japan with duties including but not limited to:

  • Conducting research, reporting, and fact-gathering
  • Pitching story ideas
  • Arranging interviews and travel logistics
  • Business trips nationwide for interview including driving car
  • Make TV reports for “NHK World” (NHK’s international TV service in English)

This position will start in January or February 2019. You must be able to come for an in-person interview.

Please find the job description and how to apply here: 2018 December NHK Los Angeles seeking associate producer 12062018 


Dec 6

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Job Title: Administrative Assistant, Assistant Director of International High School Competition and Admissions, and Assistant Director of International Recruitment
Posted by: Bellevue College
Location: Bellevue, WA, USA
Contract: Full-Time

Here are three job openings at Bellevue College via the Pacific Northwest JETAA  group:

Administrative Assistant to the Office of International Education & Global Initiatives – Job Description (#R18342)

Under the general direction of the Dean of International Education and Global Initiatives (OIEGI), the Administrative Assistant 4 (AA4) provides higher-level administrative support to the dean to maximize his effectiveness in administrative and financial management of OIEGI. Higher level administrative duties include, but not limited to, budget monitoring, expenditure control, office space management, equipment purchases, public relations, personnel administration, records management, and report preparation.

The position provides administrative and fiscal management skills to ensure all OIGEI business transactions and contractual agreements with partners around the world are carried out by meeting the state and college’s policies and procedures.  The incumbent must be able to project a welcoming and professional image of the OIEGI to international visitors, business and educational partners, and government official and serve them with keen sense of cultural sensitivities.

Assistant Director of International High School Completion and Admissions – Job Description (#R18324)

Under the general direction of the Director of International Education, the Assistant Director of International High School Completion and Admissions is responsible for daily operations of the International High School Completion program, international admissions, pre-arrival advisement, and front desk intake services in the Office of International Education (OIE). This position supervises five fulltime employees and several student workers.  This position reviews current student lifecycle process from inquiries to admissions to enrollment, identifies critical touch points, designs and delivers compelling and timely admission support services to applicants to ultimately convert the inquiries to actual enrollment in degree and non-degree programs.

The International High School Completion (IHSC) program is a brand-new program launched in Fall 2018. The position builds a solid foundation for an accessible, sustainable, and high-impact dual-enrollment pathway program for academically motivated international students ages 16 and 17. The incumbent evaluates international high school transcripts and external exam results to develop individualized academic plans that satisfy requirements of the Washington State high school and associate credentials while preparing students to apply for admission to universities all around the USA. The incumbent is responsible for the maintenance and growth of the IHSC students by designing and delivering comprehensive academic and culturally responsive support services with end goals to increase the students’ retention, overall satisfaction, and completion rates.

This position serves as a Designated School Official (DSO) and Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO) and may travel domestically and internationally as directed.

Assistant Director of International Recruitment – Job Description (#R18344)

The Assistant Director of International Recruitment (ADIR) reports to the Director of International Education and supervises two to three full-time International Recruitment Managers (IRMs).  Working closely with the dean of international education and global initiatives, director, and IRMs, this position develops and evaluates annual recruitment and communication plans with end goal to increase and diversify the new first-time international student enrollment in degree and non-degree programs. The ADIR strengthens existing partnerships and identifies new opportunities. The ADIR advises the director and other stakeholders to adjust tactics, services, and programs using data and trend analysis. The ADIR assists the director with the annual budget preparation by forecasting new student enrollment, estimating costs for all marketing and recruitment activities, and providing rationales. The position travels domestically and internationally two to four times a year.

Application Process: To find more information about the various positions and to apply please click here — https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bellevuecollege

 


Dec 5

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Job Title: Administrative Assistant
Posted by: Gakken
Location: New York, NY, USA
Contract: Full-Time (Immediate hire)

Job Description:

Gakken is Japan’s largest educational publisher. We have just opened a New York office and are seeking a motivated, qualified individual to join our team in the position of Administrative Assistant. You will perform clerical and administrative functions in order to drive company success.

Responsibilities:

  • Translation and Interpretation between English & Japanese (emails, phone calls, documents, in-person meetings)
  • Draft correspondences and other formal documents
  • Plan and schedule appointments and events
  • Data entry to online systems
  • Develop and implement organized filing systems
  • Light customer service
  • Perform all other office tasks

Qualifications:

  • Fluency in Japanese and English (spoken and written)
  • Previous experience in office administration or other related fields
  • Ability to prioritize and multitask
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Experience with internet/web, Microsoft Office products a plus

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Dec 4

Job: Community Engagement / Advertising Sales / Marketing Coordinator – Nichi Bei Foundation (San Francisco, CA)

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Job Title: Community Engagement / Advertising Sales / Marketing Coordinator
Posted by: Nichi Bei Foundation
Location: San Francisco, CA
Contract: Full-Time

The Nichi Bei Foundation is seeking a community engagement and development, advertising sales and marketing coordinator to work up to 40 hours weekly at a nonprofit educational organization that publishes a community newspaper and presents educational programs in San Francisco’s Japantown.

About the Organization

With the impending closure of the historic Nichi Bei Times in September of 2009 — the oldest Japanese American community newspaper in Northern California — some Nichi Bei Times staff and contributing writers, media professionals and community leaders formed the Nichi Bei Foundation to launch the first nonprofit ethnic newspaper of its kind in the country, the Nichi Bei Weekly. This pioneering nonprofit organization has launched a Digital Edition, educational programs such as a Films of Remembrance series and a pilgrimage to the former Angel Island Immigration Station, as well as community events such as the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival designed to help fulfill its mission of keeping the Japanese American and Asian American community connected, informed and empowered.

More info on the organization: www.nichibei.org/about/nichibeifoundation or www.nichibei.org

Job Description

This position entails a combination of advertising sales, development, some marketing and other administrative tasks. This position could also play a role in the coordination of major foundation educational and fundraising events. Applicant should be energetic and hard-working and provide positive solutions for customer needs in advertising, and maintain general oversight and ensure accuracy of internal accounting records including accounts receivable and invoicing requests. Applicant will also assist in various ad hoc projects.

This position reports directly to the organization’s president and will work with its accounting staff, as well as other sales contractors.

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Nov 28

Job: Administrative Assistant – Embassy of Japan (Washington, DC)

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Job Title: Administrative Assistant
Posted by: Embassy of Japan in Washington DC
Location: Washington, DC
Contract: Full-Time

The Embassy of Japan is seeking a highly motivated, team-oriented individual for the position of administrative assistant. This individual is primarily responsible for managing the schedules and activities of diplomats in the Economic 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 pm, Monday through Friday, with lunchtime receptionist duty once a 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 USD 3,000.

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. Successful candidates will be requested to submit their background check information.

Responsibilities:

  • Secretarial work such as making appointments, answering phone calls, preparing meeting rooms, checking and collecting news articles and making photocopies.
  • Drafting, editing, and/or proofreading letters, documents, and correspondence in English.
  • Taking notes and occasionally providing brief translation at meetings, events or seminars upon requests from diplomats.
  • Assisting diplomats in the planning and implementation of events such as visiting guests and receptions, making reservations for restaurants, and drawing up itineraries for visitors and drivers.
  • Occasionally monitoring daily news and press releases relevant to the portfolios of the Economic Section diplomats.
  • Other responsibilities as needed and appropriate.

Required and Preferred Qualifications:

  • Fluent in English, Japanese ability and study or work experience in Japan preferred
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
  • Flexibility and resourcefulness
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience

How to apply: -mail your resume and cover letter to: economicrecruit@ws.mofa.go.jp by December 7th, 2018.

*Please no phone calls. Due to the high volume of resumes we receive, we cannot guarantee consideration of your application if the submission instructions are not properly followed.

 


Nov 26

Jobs: 2019 Lead Language Instructor – Council on International Educational Exchange (Tokyo, Japan)

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Job Title: 2019 Lead Language Instructor
Posted by: Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Contract: Seasonal

2019 Lead Language Instructor
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
Global Navigator High School Summer Abroad
Tokyo, Japan

Position: Lead Language Instructor
日本語教師 / リードインストラクター /リード日本語教師)
Department: CIEE Global Navigator High School Summer Abroad Programs
Reports To: Director, CIEE Site

Position Description

The CIEE Tokyo High School Summer Abroad program is offered in two 4-week sessions during the summer of 2019. Both sessions will be held at the National Olympics Memorial Youth Center near Meiji Shrine in Tokyo. CIEE is looking for a Lead Instructor (LI) who embraces our task-based, communicative approach and is excited about language and intercultural learning. The LI will be trained by CIEE on our curriculum guidelines, design the curriculum for our program in cooperation with CIEE staff, train other instructors, teach during both program sessions, and oversee student learning.

  • January 2019: Training / curriculum development / program preparation
  • March 2019: In-person training in Madrid, Spain (exact dates TBA)
  • June 10 to July 7: Session 1
  • July 8 to August 4: Session 2

Primary Responsibilities—Lead Instructor

  • Create / edit / adapt the Japanese language curriculum following CIEE’s curriculum requirements and guidelines.
  • Create detailed lesson plans according to CIEE guidelines.
  • Train other instructors on the curriculum. Act as a resource to them during the program.
  • Teach students in a classroom setting during both summer sessions (3 to 4 hours per day, 5 days per week. Exact dates and times of classes TBA.)
  • Participate in the Lead Instructor training course from January 2019. This course will be Online via the Canvas learning platform.
  • Participate in in-person training in Madrid, Spain in March (exact dates TBA).
  • Support additional instructors during their online training in March and April.
  • During the program work with CIEE Site and Program Leaders to ensure effective communication and curriculum integration
  • Plan and prepare for each day including development of task-based activities that help students meet learning objectives (“can do” statements)
  • Meet with co-Instructors and Program Leaders once a week to ensure the students are meeting goals and the program standards are being met
  • Serve as the primary contact regarding any curriculum-based matter for the level you teach
  • Provide participants with valuable feedback during in-class activities, through assessments against a rubric in Canvas, and through assessments
  • Enter student grades for participation, projects, assessments in Canvas
  • Provide CIEE with valuable feedback in English on the curriculum at the end of each session of the program (in a format agreed upon before the start of the program)
  • At the end of the program, participate in program de-brief, safety assessments, curriculum assessments and evaluations
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Nov 20

Job: Summer Resident Director – American Councils for International Education (Japan)

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Job Title: Summer CLS Resident Director
Posted by:
American Councils for International Education
Location: 
Japan
Contract: Seasonal

Here’s a summer 2019 job passed along to us:

The CLS Program is a program of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. 

Summer CLS Resident Director Job in Japan

American Councils for International Education is currently hiring short-term Resident Directors for the Critical Language Scholarship’s Japanese summer 2019 immersion program.

Resident Directors are the first-level of support for CLS students for the duration of the program. The Resident Director supports student success by ensuring the health and safety of the participants. Resident Directors report to the DC office weekly and are expected to communicate regularly with their DC-based Program Officer, particularly if adjustment, health, or safety issues occur.

The CLS in-country partner is responsible for administering the academic curriculum. Therefore, the Resident Director position is a non-teaching position. The approximate dates of the program are June to August. Resident Directors also attend a mandatory 3 day training in Washington, D.C. during May.

Competitive applicants will have demonstrated student support experience for undergraduate and/or graduate students, or experience leading or supporting a study abroad or language immersion program. Applicants must have advanced proficiency in Japanese. Application review will begin on December 1, 2018 and continue until each position is filled.

Click here to apply for the Japanese Program Resident Director Position.


Nov 19

Job: Temporary Assistant to the JET Program Coordinator – Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)

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Job Title: Temporary Assistant to the JET Program Coordinator
Posted by:
Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles
Location: 
Los Angeles, CA
Contract: Full-Time

Here is a job passed along to us directly from The Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles:

The Japanese Consulate in LA is looking for a temporary assistant to help with JET interviews early next year from early January until late February. This assistant would be working with successful application candidates and interviewers to put together schedules, prepare documents, and ensure our week-long interviews run smoothly.

Please see attached or the following: https://www.la.us.emb-japan.go.jp/pdf/2018_JETTempAssistantAdWinter.pdf


Nov 10

Job: Executive Associate to the Director and Projects and Programs Administrative Coordinator – East-West Center (Washington, DC)

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Job Title: Executive Associate to the Director and Projects and Programs Administrative Coordinator
Posted by:
East-West Center
Location: 
Washington, DC
Contract: Full-Time 

Here are two job postings from the East-West Center in Washington, D.C. that might be of interest to JET alumni:

Dear Friends and Colleagues of the East-West Center in Washington, D.C.

We are hiring two positions as detailed below. I would be grateful if you could advise your network about these openings or recommend candidates. Applicants should submit the following

  • An expression of interest/cover letter specifically addressed to one or other of the two positions;
  • A curriculum vitae or resume; and
  • Names and contact information for three references.

Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. Application materials should be sent to washington@eastwestcenter.org. Thank you for your continued support to the East-West Center including the search for these important positions to enhance and expand our program.

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Nov 6

Job: Educational Director – Brooklyn Aozora Gakuen (Brooklyn, NY)

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Job Title: Educational Director
Posted by:
Brooklyn Aozora Gakuen
Location: 
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Contract: Full-Time 

Please see below for a JET-relevant job passed along to us:

Brooklyn Aozora Gakuen (Blue Sky Preschool) is a bilingual Japanese preschool in Brooklyn, founded in 2012. We provide a balanced Japanese-English early childhood education for children living in the multicultural, progressive urban environment of New York City. Our emphasis is not only on teaching the children Japanese values, morals and spirit, but also on instilling a world perspective through activities derived from American and international cultures.

Currently we are seeking an experienced, creative and progressive-thinking educator to lead the growth of our daycare and preschool programs as the Educational Director. The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude, collaborative spirit, and be a great motivator and supervisor. The Educational Director will be responsible for the continued development and supervision of our educational approach, bilingual curriculum, community outreach, and classroom management. As Aozora Gakuen is a young and growing school, a hands on problem solver with a flexible and creative mindset will be the ideal candidate. Working closely with the Founder/Managing Director, this is an opportunity to use your talent and experience, to help build a school, loved by the students and at the heart of a thriving multi-cultural Japanese community.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Master Degree in early childhood education or related field of study
  • Minimum of five years of successful experience as a group teacher in a program for children under six years of age
  • New York State Teaching Certification in Nursery – 6, K – 6, Birth – 2 or Special Education
  • Excellent communication skill in both English and Japanese
  • Computer skill and literacy
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Full-time
  • Knowledge and understanding of bilingual education is preferable

TO APPLY: E-mail a cover letter addressing your interest and qualifications for the position, your resume and salary requirements to School Director, Miho Nishimaniwa (miho@aozoragakuen.com). Please indicate “Educational Director Position” in the subject line of email. Brooklyn Aozora Gakuen is an equal opportunity employer.

Brooklyn Aozora Gakuen
535 Clinton Ave, 2nd Floor, Suite 2, Brooklyn NY 11238
www.aozoragakuen.com

DEADLINE: open until position is filled

 


Oct 31

Job: Language Instructors for CIEE – Council on International Educational Exchange (Tokyo, Japan)

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Job Title: Language Instructors for CIEE Tokyo High School Summer Abroad Programs, 2019
Posted by:
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE)
Location: 
Tokyo, Japan
Contract: Full-Time 

Thanks to JET alum, Darren Biggs (Okayama-ken) for the following job opening with his organization: 

Position: Language Instructors for CIEE Tokyo High School Summer Abroad Programs, 2019 (Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced levels)

Reports To: Director, CIEE Tokyo

Program Description: CIEE is offering two four-week long language and culture summer programs in Tokyo for US high school students. Through language study, interacting with locals and peers, and participating in organized cultural activities and excursions, students will have an unforgettable and potentially life-changing study abroad experience.

Program Location: National Olympics Memorial Youth Center in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, Japan.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Complete the curriculum training prior to the program start date, learning the curriculum’s concepts as well as how to use the Canvas platform (online system for managing assignments, grades, communication, and other learning components).
  • Teach Japanese language to US high school students for approximately 3 hours per day, 5 days per week, for 4 weeks, using CIEE’s language curriculum.
  • Plan and prepare for each day including development of task-based activities that help students meet learning objectives (“can do” statements).
  • Work with CIEE Program Leaders and onsite staff to ensure effective communication and curriculum integration into the overall program. This includes coordinating with Program Leaders on “Into the Community” communication activities with locals.
  • Meet with co-Instructors and Program Leaders periodically to ensure the students are meeting goals and the program standards are being met
  • Serve as the primary contact regarding any curriculum-based matter for the level you teach
  • Provide CIEE with valuable feedback in English on the curriculum at the end of each session of the program in a format agreed upon before the start of the program
  • At the end of the program, participate in program de-brief, safety assessments, curriculum assessments and evaluations
  • Complete CIEE’s training course on Health, Safety, and Security prior to the program start. Abide by CIEE’s policies and expectations regarding the health, safety, and security of students.

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Oct 31

Job: English Teacher – International Charter Academy of Georgia (Atlanta, GA)

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Job Title: English Teacher
Posted by:
International Charter Academy of Georgia
Location: 
Atlanta, GA
Contract: Full-Time 

Here’s a job passed along to us:

International Charter Academy of Georgia, a new K-5 Japanese English dual immersion charter school in Atlanta, is hiring an English teacher to start immediately.

ICA Georgia seeks qualified and passionate educators to teach students in grade K-5. All employees and volunteers work together to fulfill the ICA Georgia’s mission statement. The thoughts reflected in this description provide structure to the responsibilities and account abilities for this position; however, ICA Georgia expects to employ professionals who will work beyond job descriptions, creating both a fulfilling career environment and very successful outcomes for our students.

The curriculum.at ICA Georgia is based on current Georgia education standards with each student receiving instruction in English and Japanese. As a result, teachers work collaboratively in teams of two to ensure that students learn all required standards. A student’s exposure to each language will vary based on grade level: (K will be 80/20 (Japanese/English); 1st and 2nd Grade will be 60/40; 3rd through 5th will be 50/50). Details can be found here.

Information on the school can be found here: https://www.internationalcharteracademy.org/

 


Oct 30

Job: Bilingual Administrative Assistant – CSI (Lexington, KY)

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Job Title: Bilingual Administrative Assistant
Posted by:
CSI
Location: 
Lexington, KY
Contract: Full-Time 

Here’s a JET-relevant job with CSI:

We’re looking for a full-time bilingual (Japanese) administrative professional with a great attitude, in-depth knowledge of office procedures, expert communication skills, and the utmost discretion. We’re looking for someone with strong language skills and a genuine interest in bridging the cultural challenges associated to working regularly with multi-nationals. Our ideal candidate will be committed to doing whatever it takes to get the job done right.

As an office administrator, you will:

  • Perform light interpretation/translation
  • Support immigration and travel logistics
  • Support project scheduling
  • support IT network competencies

The successful candidate with have:

  • Business-level English/Japanese
  • Proven ability to organize mountains of data
  • Sensitivities to deadlines
  • Familiarity with standard office applications

Additional skills that will be valued are:

  • Familiarity with and/or eagerness to learn about Japanese-American manufacturing
  • Solid and strategic communication

This position is an entry level position with options for future advancement in a dynamic and growing company. If you’re a consummate professional with a passion for communication and a love of challenges, come join our successful team.

Key Words: Automotive, Manufacturing, Bilingual (Japanese / English), Office, Administration, Operations, Accounting, Bookkeeping, Scheduling, Travel, Sage, Peachtree, QuickBooks, Quicken, Immigration, Translation, Interpretation

Application Process and More Information: http://csi-ky.com/pup/indeed-jobs/ce8e434487b1ebe54ebb/bilingual-administrative-assistant/


Oct 30

Job: Sales Promotion Supervisor – YKK (Marietta, GA)

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Job Title: Sales Promotion Supervisor
Posted by:
YKK
Location: 
Marietta, GA
Contract: Full-Time 

Here’s a job received directly from the company:

YKK is looking for a sales promotion (marketing) supervisor who can speak Japanese. If you or anyone you know might be interested, please have them send a resume to Jessica Cork at <JessicaCork@YKK-USA.COM>.

The job description is here: Sales Promotion Supervisor – Job Description (it is active even though it says 2012. You would be replacing that person who started in 2012 and has since been promoted.


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