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Job Title:

Japanese Bilingual Legal and HR Specialist - Huntington Beach, CA

Job Description:

Position: Japanese Bilingual Legal and HR Specialist

Industry: Cosmetics

Location: Huntington Beach, CA

Working Hours: 10am-7pm (Sunday – Thursday/ Off on Friday & Saturday)

Report to: HR/ Legal Affairs/ Corporate Planning Manager

Essential Job Duties (Not Official: Please ask for more details at your interview):

To prepare and review both Japanese and English business contracts (Legal affairs)

To plan HR and personnel systems both in Japanese and English responding to law revisions and create HR documents and contracts (Human resources)

To assist in creating business operation plans (Corporate planning)

Qualification (Mandatory)

A.    Fluency in Japanese (reading, writing and speaking)

B.    2 years or more experience from the followings: (4 or more experience)

Human Resources  (1) Employment handbooks compliant with law revision

Human Resources  (2) Evaluation and Wage

Human Resources  (3) Onboarding/ Exit interviews and process, and Payroll

Human Resources  (4) Communication with attorneys, government agencies, courts and other relevant experience in labor issues

Legal (5) General business agreement preparation  (NDA, business alliance etc.)

Legal (6) Company joint venture agreement, the articles of incorporation and other documents

Legal (7) Work experience utilizing legal knowledge specialized in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals

Corporate Planning (8) Mid-term business plan preparation and assistance

Corporate Planning (9) Administration of the Board of Directors

Corporate Planning (10) IR, Stock Affairs

Corporate Planning (11) Internal control experience

Qualification (Preferred but not mandatory)

(12) Academic background in law

(13) Japanese Legal System Qualification holder (Lawyer, Patent Attorney, Judicial Scrivener, Social Insurance Labor Officer, Administrative Scrivener) (No work experience necessary)

Salary:

40K~ (Entry/ Potential Candidate: DOE, Non-Exempt) including bonus*

50K~55K (Experienced Level: DOE, Exempt) including bonus*

Benefit:

Health, Dental, Vision Insurance, 401K with match, sample products, fitness membership, occasional remote work available if necessary

Job ID:
331642

Dept ID:
124

Location:
Huntington Beach, CA
United States of America

Industry:
Japanese / Japanese

Job Type:
Direct Hire Position
Folder Group ID
636

Posted Date:7/12/2018

Domain:arna

Contact: Risa.Mitsuhashi@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Japanese Bilingual Legal and HR Specialist

Location: Huntington Beach, CA

Job Type: Direct Hire Position

Reference ID: 331642

Posted Date: 7/12/2018

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