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Job ID : 1401503 Date Updated : May 22nd, 2023

【用船ブローカー】~総合商社丸紅の100%子会社~ Post Fixture業務 ※要英語力

Hiring Company MMSL Japan Ltd
Location Tokyo - 23 Wards, Chiyoda-ku
Job Type Permanent Full-time
Salary 5 million yen ~ 9 million yen

Work Style

Flex Time

Job Description


丸紅100%出資  外航海運会社 【Post Fixture】
・外航船 船舶運航に伴う調整業務全般
・本船/代理店等との調整・交渉 等



General Requirements

Minimum Experience Level Over 3 years
Career Level Mid Career
Minimum English Level Business Level
Minimum Japanese Level Native
Minimum Education Level Bachelor's Degree
Visa Status Permission to work in Japan required

Required Skills

・外航不定期船  運航管理経験 もしくは Post Fixture業務
・業務に支障のないレベルの英語力(中級以上 TOEIC 730 点以上)


500 万円 ~ 900 万円 ( 月収: 30万円 ~ 60 万円 ) ※経験により優遇
・賞与: 年 2 回 ( 昨年実績: 年間4.7ヶ月 )                                    
・昇給: 年1回 4月                
・交通費: 全額支給

・休憩時間 60分

・有給休暇 初年度 10 日 ( 入社時は入社月によって1~10日付与、その後10日~ )
・完全週休二日制 (土日祝)、年末年始、特別休暇としてオールシーズン休暇3日間など

適性試験: 有り
面接回数: 3 回

受動喫煙対策 就業場所 全面禁煙

Job Location

  • Tokyo - 23 Wards, Chiyoda-ku

Work Conditions

Job Type Permanent Full-time
Salary 5 million yen ~ 9 million yen
Work Hours フレックスタイム制度を導入中(標準勤務時間は一日7時間15分。コアタイムは10時30分から14時30分まで)
Holidays 完全週休二日制(土日祝)、年末年始、特別休暇としてオールシーズン休暇3日間など
Industry Logistics, Storage

Job Category

  • Sales > B2B Sales
  • Sales > Sales Planning
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management > Other (Logistics and Supply Chain Management)
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management > Storage Management, Operation
  • Customer Service, Secretary and Administration > General Assistant
Hiring Company Information

MMSL Japan Ltd

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Company Description



We, “MMSL Japan Ltd.” (formerly “Koyo Line, Ltd.” until April 2014), have been in the field of ocean going vessels’ technical/commercial management and sales of marine equipments/machineries, where our mission is to achieve “safety”, “environment-conscious” and “customers satisfaction” at the same time.

When we take a glance at today’s world politics and economy, there are large and many uncertainties which could uncountably influence the future of maritime and ship building industries. However, our commitment to “safety”, “environment-conscious” and “customers satisfaction” will never be unsolid under any circumstances. We will also continue to be the great “challenger” who should flexibly follow various changes as the time requires and always contribute to our evolving industries.