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料金: 170,000 円 to 200,000 円 雇用形態種別: フルタイム
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This is a position for those who are CURRENTLY IN Japan. :)
NO REFERRAL FEE / No need to pay us to introduce you to an employer.
Type of visa accepted: Student, Working, Spouse, Etc.
Regular hotel staff member who can converse in Japanese with co-workers and customers.
And can read, speak, write in English.
Duties include customer service, food service, room attendance, front desk, web management, interpretation/translation. It depends on what the hotel decides, depending on your skills and experience.
Regular position in hotels mean they will SPONSOR your Working Visa, because a foreigner cannot work full-time without working visa (in the case of student to working visa).
And the Immigration is strict when it comes to approving working visa. Thus, you have to be more skilled than a part-time worker. You must be good in both Japanese and English.
The culture of hotels is that they will provide support when it comes to lodging and food. Regular employment also means the company will arrange your insurance application and tax contribution.
Salary will range from 170,000円 to 200,000円 depending on your skills. We will negotiate for higher salary depending on your language skills and experience.
We work with a law office who helps in writing an appeal on the applicant's behalf, explaining to the Immigration why the hotel needs to hire them as a full-time worker. This also makes the application smoother and faster.
Work Location is VARIED because we have more than one hotel company.
To give you an idea: Tochigi, Niigata, Yamagata, Shizuoka, Kanagawa, Yamanashi.
Location of the hotel will be 2-3 hours away from Tokyo. In Tokyo area, it is difficult to be hired as a full-time worker, and the Immigration also does not easily approve working visa here.
Please submit your RESUME, scans of your RESIDENCE CARD (FRONT & BACK) along with your reply to this post.
Kindly include an introduction about yourself and why you want to work full-time for a hotel. :)