【English】Receptionist/PR Staff

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Location Kanagawa, Yokohama
Employment Type Direct hire
Term of Employment Full time
Professional Area Marketing & PR Planning
Languages Japanese (native)
Skills

■Required
・Japanese: Native Level or JLPT N1 Level
・2 years or more experience in corporate reception

■Preferred
・TOEIC 600points or above

Desired Personality

1. Those who sees reception and entrance management tasks as part of corporate public relations, proposes own ideas and contributes to the improvement of corporate value
2. A person who can act as a "face of the new head office" on behalf of the company
3. Those who can treat customers coming from Japan and overseas with hospitality

Trial Period 6 months
Hours

Regular working hours:

9:30~18:00 (Actual work: 7.5H/8days)

Days Off

Full weekly 2-day Day-off system, 125 days a year including New Year holidays
Annual paid leave 10 to 20 days, condolence/congratulatory leave, refreshment leave (5 days once every 5 years), long working leave, childcare/maternity leave system

Salary ¥4,300,000 ~ 6,100,000 / year
Benefits

☐Payment of transportation costs
☐Restday on weekends and holidays
☐Major company
☐No uniform
☐With special benefits
☐Company insurances are provided

Company dormitory, company housing (with conditions), recreation center, various insurances (employment, industrial accident, health, welfare pension), retirement pension system,
stocks system, various events and activities

Hiring Process Document check⇒1st interview (may have a written test)⇒final interview⇒offer
Job Tags visa support available weekends off

Job Description

Job Description
1.Reception and welcoming of Japanese and foreign customers
2.Corporate public affairs (Creation of in-house/department guide, product introduction, corporate website/materials, etc
3.Management of marketing and product materials, objects, art pieces, and artworks (At the entrance)
4.Reservation and control of reception rooms and meeting spaces
5.Maintenance of the entrance area aesthetics