Title: Assistant Reporter, leading new network
Salary: 47-70K+S Depends on your experience and negotiations
Hours: Mon-Fri 10:00-6:00pm
You will assist the Bureau Chief in reporting, researching, and write general news and breaking news stories under the direction of the News desk. The role will also include some clerical work.
- Research ability ( web, newspaper) in English
- Native English ability with good writing skill (article should be written in English)
- Interstate travel required (anywhere big news are, around 2/months)
- Understanding of Australian politics and social issues, strong interest in Australia-Japan relations are essential.
- Interest in writing news, mainly politics, Australia and foreign relation
- Experience in writing for news media or degree in Journalism is plus
- Japanese language or cultural understanding an advantage
To apply, email (to email@example.com) your resume (Word File) and short description of your previous experience and your selling points preferably which match the job description or criteria (3-5 lines).
Posted by Eden Law, JETAANSW President and Country Representative for Australia. Click here to join the JETwit Jobs Google Group and receive job listings even sooner by email.
Position: TV Reporter for a Japanese TV production company
Location: Sydney, Australia
Contract: One-off, 9 days
A Japanese TV production company is currently seeking a Sydney-based female reporter who is a native speaker of English for a Japanese morning TV program.
Your role will be a reporter introducing Australian uniqueness and fashion trend to television viewers in Japan. You will visit shops, restaurants, markets and fests (we are planning to cover the Sydney Festival too) in Sydney with other crew members so it will be fun and great experience!
The filming is currently scheduled between 16 and 28 Jan 2016 and you must be available during this period. Coverage takes up to 10 days during the period. Please DO NOT apply for this position if you are not fully available for the period.
This TV program is organised in collaboration with a magazine “marie claire style” – so if you love fashion, this would be great for you!
What they’re looking for
- Someone bubbly and charming, and always smiles for the camera
- Ideally 18-26 years old
- Applicant who can speak fluent Japanese will be highly regarded
Rate of Pay
- A$250/day (Approx. 8hs/day)
- With your CV, please include a 1 minute self-introduction VTR
- The Self-Introduction VTR must include:
- 30 second head-shot (above chest)
- 30 second full-body length shot
- When you film your full-length figure, please turn around once.
- Please talk about yourself for 1 minute. You can include:
- your favorite holiday destination
- the reason you applied for the position
- your impression of Japan
- your favorite Japanese foods
- your dream for the future
- anything you like!
If you can speak Japanese, please make your self-introduction VTR in Japanese. Your VTR will NOT be used for any other purpose other than this application.
Deadline is on 3rd January 2016. We will select a reporter in early January 2016.
If you are interested in this position, please send your 1 minute self-introduction VTR and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by email.
Please note: Only successful candidate will be contacted. Good luck!
This is a repost, as the deadline for applications have been extended, with some modifications of conditions.
Posted by Eden Law, President of JETAA NSW (who doesn’t work at the company, but posts on their behalf). Note that a knowledge of the Australian education system is preferred, as is a Japanese PR or an unrestricted working visa. However, sponsorship may be considered for the right candidate.
Position: Education Recruitment Consultant
Posted by: Staff Solutions Career
Location: Tokyo, Japan
As a highly reputable Educational Agency that caters for international students, our client currently seeks a highly motivated individual to perform the role of Education Recruitment Consultant.
For more details, please check out the job ad @ Seek.com.au.
JETwit Job Hunter is a new feature started by Autumn Widdoes (Okinawa-ken 2010-14). Autumn is a writer with a focus on performance and film who will soon return to the job market herself. She’d like to put her four years of experience in Japan to good use in future employment.
WELCOME to the inaugural post of JETwit Job Hunter Profiles. The purpose of this project is to:
- Share profiles of job-hunting JETs and JET alumni, and
- Invite JETwit readers to offer suggestions, advice, and any other help, either by posting in the comments section of this post or by contacting the profiled job hunter directly.
- The goal is to help everyone find work and increase the rate of post-JET employment, which in turn will make us an even stronger alumni network and community.
Here’s the first profile. Take a look and see if you can help:
Job Hunter: Lauren Carroll (Mie-ken, 2006-09) is a JET alum currently seeking employment in the San Francisco Bay area, though she is also open to employment opportunities in other regions of California, Seattle, Colorado, and New Mexico.
Objective: To work in a cross-cultural industry that uses or taps into her creative background and skills in the fine arts as well as her interest in Japan and international exchange. She would like “to help new international transplants learn about and adjust to the US” and would like to work with Japanese people who are moving to the USA. She is seeking this type of work without the requirement of fluency in Japanese.
Areas of Interest:
- cross-cultural consulting
- international student advising at the university level
- international exchange as a coordinator
Job Hunting Strategies:
- Websites such as HigherEdjobs, JETwit, and Craigslist.
- Informational interviews with contacts in industries that she is interested in.
- Letting everyone she knows know that she is seeking a job in one of these fields.
Challenges: Lauren has faced the challenge of having to manage an extensive career search while also working full-time at a job that is ending in a month. She feels that the Bay Area is a very competitive job market, though it also offers an incredible amount of opportunities, and that she hopes to make the connections she needs to gain a foothold in the career industries listed above.
- Her blog documenting her years in Japan can be found here: http://ieatdirt.blogspot.com
- To contact Lauren visit her LinkedIn profile.
To help this JETwit Job Hunter, post your comments below, or contact Lauren directly.
Reminder that there are a number of JET Alum professionally oriented LinkedIn groups set up to help you. By joining groups in fields that interest you, you can find and connect with other alums in that field.
Autumn Widdoes (Okinawa-ken 2010-2014), a writer with a focus on performance and film, will soon return to the job market. She’d like to put her four years of experience in Japan to good use in future employment.
We’re starting an innovative new feature on JETwit to help job-hunting JETs and JET alums with their job searches. We want to post stories and experiences of the post-JET job search in ways that can be helpful to both the profiled job-seeker and to JET/alum readers. If you’d like to have your profile considered, please submit the following information using the Google Form at this link:
FYI, here are the questions being asked on the Google Form:
1. What kind(s) of job(s) are you looking for, and where?
2. What have you do so far in terms of job searching?
3. What have been some of the challenges? What have you found that was positive?
4. What’s the most important thing you’ve learned along the way so far?
5. What would be most helpful for you at this point to help you get a job?
6. Optional: Link(s) to your online resume/CV/LinkedIn profile and/or website/blog.
We’ll periodically post your stories and hopefully this will be helpful to readers and enable others in the JET alum community to help you.
If you have any questions or problems with the Google Form, please email Autumn Widdoes at jetwitjobhunter [at] gmail.com