J-K Network Services
This Healthcare Company is originated in America. They are expert when it comes to Nutrition, pharmaceuticals, and diagnostic.
Position: Japanese Technical Support for Medical Devices
Industry: Pharmaceutical Company
Salary: P 60,000 – P 75,000 Max
Schedule: Dayshift, Mid Shift
HMO and Life Insurance
Sick leave, Vacation leave
Seminars and online resources about health related topic
Recreation And Sports Activities
Free Shuttle Service
Native Japanese, Filipino-Japanese or Filipino grew up in Japan fluent in Japanese (oral and written) with good communication skills in English
Japanese N1-N2 Passer or Level (JLPT certificate not required)
Graduate/Undergraduate of any course
With or without experience in handling concern in healthcare
Monitor and respond quickly to incoming requests related to medical devices issues.
Provide first level support in basic troubleshooting across the designated product range by analysing customer concern and asking the appropriate questions to support the resolution.
Documenting concern and inquiries using the appropriate guidelines and procedures
Evaluate and identify opportunities to drive process improvements that may positively impact team performance and customer experience.
1. Initial English Interview over the phone
2. Written Assessment via Skype (Video Monitoring)
3. Video Skype interview with Team Lead and Manager
4. Verbal Assessment w/Nihongo counterpart
5. Job Offer
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Mobile numbers: 0917-638-1854 | Skype: live:jknetworkjobs
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