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RE/MAX VIP Okinawa

Real Estate Agent

Re/Max, a real estate company based in Yokohama and Okinawa is looking for freelance real estate agents.
Training is provided and Japanese proficiency is not mandatory.

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As an Editor/Writer, your primary duty will be to help Japanese and non-Japanese staff craft documents in English.
You'll be writing, compiling and editing anything from monthly reports to press releases and social media copywriting.

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TELUS International AI Inc.

Online Data Analyst

Telus International is hiring freelance English and Japanese-speaking Online Data Analysts for a project to improve digital maps' content and quality.
The job would suit someone detail-oriented, likes doing research and has a good knowledge of national and local geography.

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Yolo Group

Affiliate Manager in Estonia (Europe)

Yolo Group is looking for a Japanese and English proficient candidate to join its team in Estonia.
Your main task will be driving revenue through affiliate partners, liaising with an existing affiliate network to create exclusive promotional material and setting up attractive bonuses while maintaining a good relationship with affiliates.
Position benefits include a development package, an in-house gym, and sleeping pods for naps within the office.

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Medibang Inc.

Manga/Gaming Translation (JP→EN)

MediBang specializes in translating, localizing and distributing Japanese "manga" (comics) and games to the global market.
This is a part-time position where you will review and edit English translations of game scenarios, scripts and manga to ensure accuracy and quality.
You must be available at least three days a week, be a native English speaker with JLPT N2 Japanese and hold a valid working visa for Japan.

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Technical Support Specialist

As a Technical Support Specialist, you will be the first point of contact for clients to ensure an excellent customer service experience and that their problems are addressed with empathy, professionalism and within the company SLA parameters.
Benefits include monthly self-growth opportunities and three weeks of vacation with six personal days.

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