Stepjob Employment Matching System
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Our matching service connects people who wish to work or change jobs in Japan with companies that are considering recruitment.
We have already successfully placed a large number of non-Japanese nurses and certified care workers at over 100 affiliated hospitals and long-term care facilities.
We also have non-Japanese staff members on hand at all times, so there is no need to worry even if you are not very proficient in Japanese.
“I don’t know what sort of job to look for.”
We are here to help you overcome these problems and more in an easy-to-understand manner.
In addition to job-related issues, we also provide comprehensive information on living in Japan to those unaccustomed to living here.
Registration and job referrals are free. When using our system, you will be charged no job referral fees.
We have non-Japanese staff members who provide interpretation services. We also aid you in creating documents and making other employment preparations.
You can find ideal job offers using filtered searches. Companies sometimes even send scouting e-mails!
Most job placements through Stepjob are at long-term care facilities and hospitals.
Registered Nurses and Assistant Nurses
Specified Skilled Workers in Nursing Care or Food Manufacturing
We also receive information on various other types of jobs from affiliated personnel placement companies.
So, you have access to a broad range of jobs!
LY THI HANH
Hired as a certified care worker in April 2020 by “T,” a welfare association in Osaka I started working part-time when I was still a student, and at first, learning the job was very difficult. But my co-workers with more experience taught me very thoroughly, and I became able to do my job on my own. The part of working as a long-term caregiver that makes me the happiest is when the expressions on facility users’ faces becomes brighter and happier after we care for them. It makes the job feel very rewarding. Working as a long-term caregiver is not easy, but I can do it, so I am sure that you can too.
NGUYEN HUU HIEN
Hired as a certified care worker in April 2019 by “K,” a welfare association in Osaka The job is tough, but I do my best because it helps reduce the burden on the families of facility users. Another good thing about this job is that I can communicate and develop deep relationships with people as I care for them physically each day and assist them in living their daily lives.