Job opportunity in Orlando. Please contact Paola directly if interested.
Message from Languages Unlimited:
We are looking two Japanese interpreters to cover a series of meetings. This can be a good income for one of the members of your Association. Please see below the required schedule:
1st interpreter: May 20 to May 24 (8 hr days)
1st interpreter: May 28 to May 31 (8 hr days)
9 days total
2nd interpreter: May 23 to May 24 (5 hr days)
2nd interpreter: May 30 (8 hr day)
2nd interpreter: May 31 (4 hr day)
4 days total
If you know someone that might be interested , please feel free to forward this message, we need quotes and updated resume.
Let me know if you have any questions.
4630 S. Kirkman Rd #337
Orlando FL 32811
Direct Line: 407-574-4730
Visa Clerk/Consular Assistant
The Consular Section at the Consulate General of Japan in Miami has an opening for a Visa Clerk/Consular Assistant. This is a full-time contract position.
Tentative Start Date: Monday, July 22nd, 2013
Work Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 A.M.-5:30 P.M.
Lunch Hour: 12:30P.M.-1:30 P.M.
You will not be required to work weekends unless a special event is taking place. In such cases, you will be given advance notice.
Benefits: This is a full-time salary position. Over-time is available when approved. Health benefits are included.
-Answer phone calls and e-mails regarding Japanese visas, re-entry permits, Japanese textbooks, and request for investigation of lost articles.
-Collect and revise all visa application packages at the Consulate.
-When necessary, interview the applicants to verify information they have provided for their visa application.
-Process all Japanese textbook orders from Japan for the two Japanese schools in Florida, and for all individual home schooled children.
- Assist the Consul with Japanese nationals in the State of Florida who are in need of Consular services.
-Assist in Consular events in the community
-High School Degree or equivalent
-Fluent English and Japanese (reading and writing)
-Moderate computer skills (excel, word)
-Experience working with Adobe Dreamweaver
Please submit a cover letter(400 character max), and resume by no later than May 27th, 2013. Please send all information to:
If you are chosen for an interview, you will be notified by June 3rd, 2013. We will call and schedule an interview sometime in early June. The person who is chosen for this position will be notified by telephone.
Currently Seeking an Executive Assistant
Perform a variety of secretarial projects and duties including speech and correspondence writing, scheduling, research, event planning, etc. Excellent command of written and spoken English, computer skills, flexibility and diligence required. Japanese language ability preferred.
-assist with the writing and proofreading of communication materials such as speeches, correspondence and website content.
-event planning for large and small official events.
-provide general administration and office support.
We need someone who:
-has an excellent command of the English language. Japanese language ability preferred.
-has strong communication skills both written and verbal.
-has fantastic planning skills with the ability to multi-task and manage competing demands.
-is able to focus in a fast-paced and changeable environment.
-can demonstrate a high level of computer literacy (including Word, PowerPoint and Excel).
-will make visitors feel welcome in the office.
-is hard-working, diligent, dedicated, focused, friendly and cooperative.
Submit resume and cover letter by May 17, 2013, to:
Consulate-General of Japan
601 Union St. #500, Seattle, WA 98101
Attn. Mr. Yukio Motoe
See original job description here: http://www.seattle.us.emb-japan.go.jp/whatsnew/2013/130501_JobOppExecAssist.html
The Tampa Natsu Matsuri is organized by the Tampa subchapter of Florida JETAA, and is the biggest JETAA state event of the year! Enjoy games, food, and contests - this year at a new location!
Date: June 15
Time: 9:00 AM - Noon
Where: Christ the King Catholic Church
821 S. Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL 33609
Free and open to the public!
Volunteers still needed! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up to volunteer for the festival.
Volunteers and donations are also needed for the Florida JETAA booths. We need used Japanese goods, such as books, clothes, etc, for our charity "Garage Sale" and help at our food stall. If you're interested in helping please contact Bahia at email@example.com.
Click on link for more details! natsumatsuri_flyer_13
Education Abroad Advisor, The University of Tampa
The Office of International Programs at The University of Tampa has an opening for an Education Abroad Advisor to work in a fast-paced environment counseling students on UT's portfolio of education abroad options including UT travel courses, semester/year abroad, international internships, student research abroad, language abroad and community service learning abroad. The advisor also assists faculty in the development and coordination of materials and programs that engage and promote education abroad. The Education Abroad Advisor will report directly to the Associate Dean of International Programs.
The successful candidate will have:
- Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree preferred
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Experience using Studio Abroad Database system required
- Counseling or advising experience in an International Programs Office in a university setting preferred
- Highly proficient in Microsoft office products including Excel, PowerPoint, and Word
- Participation in an Education Abroad Experience or work experience abroad preferred
- Proficient in Adobe In-Design preferred
For further details and to apply go to: https://jobs.ut.edu
Applicants should be prepared to attach a Cover Letter and Resume. Review of applications has already begun. For immediate consideration, please submit materials by 05/01.
The University of Tampa is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Executive Assistant to the Consul General
The Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta is seeking a well qualified individual to provide assistance to the Consul General.
The Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta is a diplomatic mission that works to further relations between Japan and the Southeast (Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia). The Consul General acts as the ranking Japanese diplomat in the region.
General duties include:
- Managing the Consul General's schedule and correspondences
- Helping maintain the office database by updating contacts' information via MS Access
- Keeping in regular contact with VIPs in each of the district states
- Keeping track of social events in Atlanta. This includes having knowledge of the city's cultural events, popular restaurants (Japanese or otherwise), networking functions, etc.
- Assisting the Consul General in any other possible way to help facilitate his or her ability to best represent Japan
- Native English speaker with exemplarily written and verbal skills, professional demeanor, and discretionary skills
- Experience working with high level executives
- Strong computer skills, particularly Microsoft Office (including MS Access)
- Working knowledge of Atlanta social events, important cultural locations, and local VIPs
- Ability to work in cross-cultural environment with different customs and protocol
- Knowledge of Japanese language and culture
To apply for this position, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
See original job description here: http://www.atlanta.us.emb-japan.go.jp/Exec_Assist_Position.html
CONSULATE GENERAL OF JAPAN IN NY JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Seeking an Employee for the Economic Division Staff
Consulate General of Japan in New York is currently seeking an employee for the Economic Division Staff. If interested, please send us your resume (English or Japanese) via e-mail.
1. Starting date: Mid April – Early May 2013
2. Work consists of assisting with consular duties including but not limited to:
- Communicating and supporting relationships with government and corporate contacts
- Economic and business research
- Answering public inquiries
- Miscellaneous administrative duties
3. Work hours: Monday through Friday 9:15 am-5:45 pm
Pay: Will be determined under Consulate regulations
- Must be a U.S. Citizen or Green Card holder
- Bilingual in Japanese and English
- Must be proficient with Word, Excel and other PC-related work
5. Only short-listed candidates who pass the first screening will be notified of the date for the interview.
6. Please send your resume by e-mail: email@example.com
I have a request for my tomodachi in Japan, those who have lived there, and to fellow JET Alumni or current JETs to ask for your assistance. My name is Wendy Lo and I am the Adult Education Program Coordinator at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens located in Delray Beach, Florida. I am also a JET Alumni who was based in Toyama-ken, Toyama-shi from 2002 to 2005. I am asking for submissions of photographs of street fashion in Japan to include in conjunction with the exhibit, Beyond Black: Color, Form and Movement in Contemporary Japanese Fashion, scheduled to appear at the Morikami Museum from Oct. 1, 2013 to February 23, 2014.
This exhibit will feature over 40 garments from designed by Ise Miyake, Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garcons, Yohji Yamamoto, and Junya Watanabe, four of the most influential Japanese fashion designers of the late 20th century. Your images of street fashion should range from what is trending among the young people today in Japan, to certain styles you capture on camera such as gyaru, hime- gyaru, ko-gal, yankee, EGL, Lolita, wa-loli, decora, ganguro, visual kei, Senta-gai, mori-girl, kigurumin, manba, or even the rockabillies dancing away to the “Twist” in Yoyogi Park in Tokyo.
Some of the styles I mentioned might not be as popular anymore among youth in Japan, but if you capture it , we want it! It is also our goal to display a timeline of changing street fashion in Japan, therefore, please include the date and place where your photo was taken. If your photo(s) is/are selected, you will be credited. Here is your chance to be have your photo exhibited in an exhibition at our museum!! To learn more about the Morikami please visit www.morikami.org
How to participate:
1. You can submit as many photos as you like as long as they are in high resolution, about 300dpi and when saved should be over 1MB.
2. Please include this information with the picture:
a) Photographer’s name to be credited
b) Date or year of picture taken (approximate if not known)
c) Where was it taken? (Details preferably, with City/Town and Prefecture)
d) A description of the trend or style (if available. I know sometimes we snap something but not sure what we are snapping a picture of). This can be as brief as one word or several sentences.
3. Please submit photo(s) electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org If you have numerous photos you can create an album on Flickr or on a similar site and send us the URL to view the pictures.
4. Deadline for submissions is July 1, 2013
5. By submitting your photograph(s) you are consenting to grant the rights to the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens to use your photograph(s) for the purpose of our informational publications, advertising materials, website, social media, and for display at the Morikami Museum without any monetary compensation.
6. Please provide us with your contact information: Email and phone number. (Provide phone numbers only if you live within the Continental U.S.)
Should you have any questions, please contact me at wlo (at) pbcgov.org
We look forward to your submission!
Sincerely, Wendy Lo | Adult Education Program Coordinator
4000 Morikami Park Road | Delray Beach, FL 33446
(P) 561.495.0233 x235 | (F) 561.499.2557
There is an opening for a Curator of Education at the Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach, Florida. Applications are currently being accepted until March 4 and the position will be open until filled. For more information, see job description here: http://www.morikami.org/main/join-our-professional-team/