With the shifting business climate in Japan, internationally recognized companies 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 200 engineers at locations across Japan. Most of our engineers are Japanese but in the last 3 years we have grown from 1 to 15% foreign employees (from 20 different countries), both male and female.
We are currently seeking Mechanical Engineers to work in Aichi, Shizuoka, Kanagawa and Tokyo.
Design of Automotive Interior and Exterior Components
Automation and AI (Automotive)
Embedded Systems Engineers (Software, Hardware, Middleware)
Circuit Design Engineers (Logic Circuit Design)
The ideal candidate will have more than 2 years of professional Mechanical Engineering experience using as well as a Japanese level sufficient enough to be able to hold an interview.
Component Design: Catia V5, NX
Automation and AI: PLC, Python, R, ROS, RPA, C++
Embedded Systems: C,
Circuit Design: CAD Design Experience, and CPU Design for Hardware
- Conversational Japanese (Interview will be held in Japanese)
- Business-level Japanese or higher
- 3+ years of professional engineering experience
¥270,000~￥380,000/Month + Housing and Transportation
Overtime is of course paid at a higher rate in addition to base salary.
・Company Health Insurance and Pension
・Support Staff Available
・Benefit Station Membership
・Business Japanese Training Available
・2 days off a week (Saturday and Sunday)
・Golden Week, Summer and Winter Holidays
・10 personal days per year from the first year, increasing by an
additional day per year.
Please apply today to get started!
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