Use your English / language skills as a bilingual to find work in Japan in a variety of in demand fields such as IT, Marketing and Hospitality.Expand your horizons and learn new skills and culture whilst gaining invaluable experience.
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Galileo is looking for full-time bilingual engineers (Japanese is a must) with high communication skills to help with the growing business demands of our partner companies.
Currently, our partners in both the Nagoya and Tokyo area are looking for bilingual IT engineers with strong experience in their respective field.
This is a long term position.
*We are currently only accepting applications from applicants in Japan or applicants with a valid Japanese work visa
* Participate in a wide variety of initiatives and contributes to design strategy concepts and development
* Focus on learning and improving in the areas of research, concept development, brand strategy, design, execution, and visualisation
* Directly oversee junior creative team
* 4+ years of experience in designing, preferably in packaging design
* Must currently hold a valid Japanese working visa
* Fluent in Japanese and English
* Flexible and able to work o ...
As head of vendor onboarding, you will be responsible for the vendors (restaurants, ...).
* Establishing forecasts and meeting staffing needs
* Manage and Optimize costs for onboarding / supply activities
* Standardization, optimization and roll-out of processes
* Project Management of strategic improvements and pushes
* Launch initiatives to remove inefficiencies and redundancies within local processes
* Setting and meeting performance targets for speed / efficiency and quality
* Ownership of cost / budget implications