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Daijob Career Fair

Tokyo

2020.9.25 [Fri.] 16:30 - 21:00

AKIBA_SQUARE Akihabara UDX 2F

The pre-registration will begin approximately 1 month prior to the event date.

Pre-Register

Participating Companies

The company list below is of the previous career fair. We will update the information approximately 1 month prior to the event date.

What is the Daijob Career Fair?

Japan`s largest jobsite for global minded talents Daijob.com

It is a special day connecting bilingual talents with companies. Daijob.com specializes in the career change for bilingual and global talents, which is the reason this event is possible.

Daijob Career Fair's 3 features

Talk with HR representatives
and current employees directly

Companies from a variety of industries participate in this event, including companies that aren’t yet well known in Japan.
It’s a chance to find companies with a promising future!

Gather information!

Learn information that’s not on the company website or brochure by talking directly with the company representatives, and discover what the company atmosphere is like.
By clarifying any questions and concerns that you wouldn’t be able to ask in an interview, you can fully prepare for the application process.

Get through
the application process faster

Some companies will let you skip the resume screening and initial interview.
You may also be able to choose an interview date then and there, letting you get through the application process faster than the average job seeker.

Seminars

Presentations and lessons on career development, conducted by top salespeople, CEOs, venture capitalists, and industry leaders. Gain useful knowledge from experienced professionals and give yourself an edge in the job market.

The information below is of the previous career fair. We will update the information approximately 1 month prior to the event date.

16:45-17:35

When you find “Burning Message(BM)” within, your “Right Job” appears of itself. Join this workshop to find your BM to shine the way you are!

You live only once! A lifestyle true to your core values. Looking for it outside of you will turnout fertile. It remains inside you waiting for it to be released. Every one of us has got that “treasure box” inside. Join this session to open it. Find the most glittering gem there and put it to “Burning Message. Experience a simple BM exercise. I’ll answer every question getting in your way toward THE vocation of your calling.

For the speaker’s personal coaching service:
https://peraichi.com/landing_pages/view/successjapancoaching

Mr. Takashi Kawatani
Crosscultural Management Consultant

Kawatani teaches crosscultural management, Japanese business ethics at corporations, government and graduate school in Asia, US and Europe. Lived in Asia for 17 years including ISIS Malaysia, a think-tank of Malaysian government. Besides corporate training, he is involved in executive coaching to top management of foreign firms in Japan and pre/post M&A cultural integration consulting of western firms acquiring Japanese firms. Authour of “Winning Together at Japanese Companies” and many others.

17:50-18:40

“Future-Proof Your Career”

Technology is changing the desired skills of the modern-day business person. How prepared are you for the digital era?
Learn what skills will be required from you as a business professional and as a leader. In this interactive session with GLOBIS University MBA lecturer Darren Menabney you will learn:
- How technology is changing the way we do business
- What skills you need to know in order to stay ahead
- Steps you can take to future-proof your career

Mr. Darren Menabney
Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University Lecturer - Critical & Analytical Skills

Darren has been a TEDx speaker and a storytelling and design-thinking coach with IDEO U. He spent 20 years in Canada with the federal government, building R&D partnerships. After getting his MBA at GLOBIS in 2013, he made a career pivot and now leads global HR programs at a Japanese MNC. As faculty at GLOBIS, Darren teaches courses like Business Presentation and Critical Thinking.

18:55-19:45

Former HR Director who interviewed more than 10,000 candidates explain
how to build career at foreign capital companies while understanding true corporate cultures

This seminar explains ideal career building with foreign-capital companies as well as how to reset accumulated unsuccessful career changes.

You would also learn detailed information on compensation negotiation, level of decision-making authority, performance evaluation method and other systems at foreign-capital companies in Japan.

(Seminar language is Japanese.)

Ms. Mikako(Micky) Suzuki
President of AT Globe Corporation, Global Career Adviser

Micky started her career at GE Japan and continued to develop her HR career working for several foreign capital companies including DHL Japan as HR Director. In total, she has over 25-years corporate HR experience. Micky has been providing career counseling based on her experience of interviewing more than 10,000 candidates. Supporting individuals aspiring to seek for better career opportunities is becoming her passion. She is a certified practitioner of Lumina assessment tools.
Author of “Perfect manual on how to change jobs with foreign-capital companies” written in Japanese

20:00-20:40

【Learn from a professional career consultant】 Analyzing company information and job discriptions with a professional (Real career-change skills)

“What to look for in job postings?” – When asked this questions, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Will you really be able to do what you want to do? Will you be able to receive your desired salary? There may be many things that you can think of that are important for you.
During this seminar we will use job postings to find out how the company will treat you after you are hired. What is hidden behind the appealing phrases describing company benefits? How can we analyze company information and what to expect from large companies or start-ups?
With the help of a seasoned professional we will find out the hidden information in job postings that can be helpful when looking for new career opportunities.

Koichi Taniguchi
Human Global Talent Co., Ltd. Personnel Placement & Recruiting Dept. (Daijob AGENT) Senior Consultants

After gaining expereince in sales and corporate planning at an international hotel in Tokyo, he learned about corporate sales at a foreign-affiliated financial institution. In his current position as a Senior Consultant he supports mid-career recruitment for not only large Japanese and foreign companies but also aspiring Unicorn start-ups.

Tips & Advice

The information below is of the previous career fair. We will update the information approximately 1 month prior to the event date.

ACROSEED

The ACROSEED GROUP is a Legal Office established as an annex of an Gyouseishoshi Lawyer's(Solicitor)Office, Social Insurance and Labor Consultant's Office, and a licensed Tax providing services for Corporates and individuals such as Visa Application and Labor Management of non-native Japanese employment for more than 20 year's. Please feel free to drop by our booth for a consultation concerning Visas.

1)Established in 1986 with experience in over 10,000 visa applications.
2)Four full-time Gyouseishoshi Lawyer's enabling prompt correspondence.
3)Consultation is free of charge
4)Services in three Languages:English, Chinese, and Korean is available.
5)Services can be chosen according to your needs.

Company website

Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University

GLOBIS University is Japan's largest business school, offering a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program in the heart of Tokyo and online.
1) Two-year Part-time MBA
Flexible weekday and weekend schedule, allowing students to earn their MBA while continuing their job

2) Two-year Online MBA
Live, interactive courses with students from around the world

3) 1-Year Full-time MBA
Accelerated program with full career support, including a 3-month internship

GLOBIS also offers a unique Pre-MBA program, allowing students to take courses a-la-carte before enrolling in the MBA program of their choice.

Company website

Preparing for the Career Fair

01

Pre-Registration

If you are not yet pre-registered, please pre-register before admission.

※The pre-registration will begin approximately 1 month prior to the event date.

Pre-Register
02

Create, Edit, and Print Your Resume

You can make a strong first impression by preparing your resume.
We recommend printing at least one resume per company that interests you before entering the booths.

Build a Resume
03

Registration

At registration, show the user ID emailed to you after completing pre-registration to be admitted.
You can also check your user ID in the user information section of your Daijob.com account (My Page).

FAQ

Just what is the Career Fair?

The Career Fair is a forum for employers and job seekers to meet face-to-face. Job seekers will have the opportunity to meet with and learn about a number of companies in one place in one day.

Are participating companies interviewing and screening potential candidates at the Fair?

The Fair is not a venue for formal interviews and screenings. However, some participating companies may conduct interviews. Also impressions left from meeting with companies at the Fair could have an effect on any subsequent selection process.

Do I have to pay an entrance fee to attend?

No. Attendance is free of charge.

Overview

2020.9.25 - Daijob Career Fair

Free re-entrance・Free admission

Date
2020.9.25 [Fri.] 16:30 - 21:00(Final Entry 20:30)
Venue
AKIBA_SQUARE Akihabara UDX 2F
Participants
For all candidates looking to work globally! (for those already employed & new graduates alike)

Access

AKIBA_SQUARE Akihabara UDX

4-14-1 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

  • 2 mins. walk from JR Line Akihabara Station's Electric Town Exit
  • 4 mins. walk from Exit 3 of Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Akihabara Station
  • 3 mins. walk from Exit 1 or 3 of Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Suehirocho Station
  • 3 mins. talk from Exit A1 of Tsukuba Express Akihabara Station