Overview of position:
The Career Development Office at TUJ aims to help develop students' abilities to find the best career path before they graduate. The office provides career counseling, seminars on job-hunting strategies, and guidance on internships, resume writing, and interviewing techniques. Each student is given comprehensive guidelines to assist in job hunting and career development.
The Career Advisor will help students participate in internship programs and find jobs after graduation. In addition, the advisor will be proactive in the development of relationships with companies and finding new employment opportunities.
Please see https://www.tuj.ac.jp/ug/about/career-development.html for more details.
Temple University, Japan Campus, Azabu Hall
Qualifications & Experience:
Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ), was established in 1982 as an international campus of Temple University in Pennsylvania State, U.S.A. As the first and largest foreign university in Japan, TUJ was designated the first “Foreign University, Japan Campus” by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in 2005. All classes at TUJ are taught in English, and the curriculum, credits and degrees offered are the same as those of the main campus. Besides undergraduate and graduate studies (Masters and Doctoral programs in TESOL, Law School and MBA), to accommodate a broad demand for international education, TUJ has expanded its programs to non-credit Academic English and Continuing Education. Including the participants in the Corporate Education programs, TUJ is a home for more than 3,200 learners from over 60 different countries. For more information about TUJ, please visit the TUJ website: www.tuj.ac.jp