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The NAJAS Employment Connection allows employers looking for Japan specialists and job seekers for Japan-related positions to exchange information. Sponsored by the National Association of Japan-America Societies (NAJAS), the official association of the 39 Japan-America and Japan societies across the United States, the NAJAS Employment Connection has unique access to top-rate American/Japanese companies and a large pool of talented Japan-connected members. This service is provided free of charge, and access to both job listings and resumes is available to the public.

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Is operated by local authorities in cooperation with the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; and the Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR). The JET Programme was started with the purpose of increasing mutual understanding between the people of Japan and the people of other nations. It aims to promote internationalisation in Japan's local communities by helping to improve foreign language education and developing international exchange at the community level.

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Gaijin Pot
 

In addittion to having a well-maintained resource site for foreigners living in Japan, GajinPot allows you to search posted jobs in Japan.

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Teaching English In Japan

 

The Teaching English in Japan Program (TEIJ), coordinated by the Institute for Education on Japan at Earlham College, offers participants an opportunity to serve in a Japanese community as an Assistant English Teacher, promoting international understanding and supporting English language instruction in Japanese schools. Well-qualified college graduates are nominated for two-year assignments to work in schools. The employers then make final decisions with respect to employment. In most cases, participants also do community work outside of the schools.

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Another site similar to GaijinPot which allows you to search for jobs in Japan, though this site excludes education-related employment to focus more on technical jobs and consulting.

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Search engine for English teaching jobs throughout Japan. Users can searc by prefecture, companies, or by length of employment.

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Job bank for people with Japanese language skills. An up-to-date with many hits and search options.

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Broad information for foreign businesses in Tokyo. In addition to business-related information such as Licensing regulations and governmental support services, this site also offers information about education, housing, and other day-to-day necessities. An official website of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

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