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Mechanical Engineer (expired)

Galileo CO., LTD. - 株式会社ガリレオ
Job ID
Post date
Jun 4, 2019
Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Semi-conductor)
Work Type
Full Time / Entry Level
¥3.0M ~ ¥5.0M / Year


  • Japanese: Conversational
  • Willing to stay in Japan for 3+ years
  • Proficient in using any of the following: Catia V5, NX, AutoCAD 3D, Solidworks,
  • Ability to hold an interview in Japanese and write 履歴書・職務経歴書
  • Visa sponsorship available


With the shifting business climate in Japan, internationally recognized entities are having difficulty finding globally minded employees who can communicate across cultural and linguistic barriers to suppliers and business partners abroad. Galileo is helping to fill this gap with both international and domestic staff who are willing to work in this type of environment.

Galileo currently has around 300 engineers at locations across Japan. Most of our engineers are Japanese but in the last 3 years we have grown from 1 to 12% foreign employees (from 16 different countries), both male and female.

Most of our jobs are in CAD design, 生産技術, 品質保証 and automotive based AI development.
We are looking for engineers to work in Aichi, however we also have Mechanical Engineering positions in Kanto.

You MUST be able to communicate in Japanese, as the interview would be held in Japanese.


¥250,000~¥450,000/Month (negotiable)

All salaries do not include extra paid for housing, transportation and overtime work.

9:00-18:00 plus overtime (always paid) can vary slightly depending on location.

Company health insurance

Transportation/Housing/Family Allowance

120 days minimum off per year (Saturday and Sunday holiday) and personal holidays

Housing/relocation support

Yearly raise

Please apply today to get started!

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