Do you have experience in working for any travel agency? Are you willing to use your language skills in your work?
A well-known stable travel agency in Tokyo is seeking for an experienced tour operator at the general affair division.
※current residence in Japan is required.
- Representing customers for visa processing
-Handling bookings, invoicing and issuing of tickets
-Organizing and implementing educational programs in the Japanese language schools
-Assisting people house-moving (from oversees to Japan)
-Languages [ ENGLISH Business-level, JAPANESE Business-level ]
-Experiences [ Experience in Human Resources and General Affairs Department OR Experience in representing customers for visa processing or similar prior experience ]
-Any other language skill
- Experience in working with CRS
-Excellent communication skills
-Keen to work for a long term
Monthly salary: 250K JPY - (depending on your prior experience) + Bonus (/2 year)
To apply for this job, please visit out site[ https://nextinjapan.com/jobs/view/1933 ]
To apply for this job, 1) please visit out site[ https://nextinjapan.com/jobs/view/2022 ]. 2)or Or please send us your Japanese CV to apply.
Sorry, current residence in Japan is required.
Thank you for your time.
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