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【Kanto Area】 Stud Welder at Construction Sites/¥12,000 per day!

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【Kanto Area】 Stud Welder at Construction Sites/¥12,000 per day!

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All our employees get along well with each other. They even go out for dinner at least once a month!

Job Information

Job Type
Construction / Metal Work
Work Type
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12,000 ~ / day

Job Requirement

Japanese Level
English Level
□ Can work at least 6 days per week, 8 hours per day
□ Japanese conversational level: Can make simple conversation
□ Japanese reading and writing level: N4
□ Ordinary Vehicle License is required

Job Description

▼Job Responsibilities
Daily schedule
Meet at the prime contractor's company and drive to the job site (meet around 6:00 a.m.).
Morning meeting at 8:00 a.m.
Mark with ink the areas to be welded.
Then, lay out the materials, weld, and clean up at the end of the day.
Finish around 5:00 p.m. and leave from the prime contractor's company.

*Potential increases depending on your skill and experience.

▼Contract Period
No fixed term of contract.

▼Working Days and Hours
Saturdays are treated as a holiday once every two weeks.
Holiday work is paid at 1.25 times the hourly rate.

Break time

▼Overtime Details
Yes, 5 hours/month on average


▼Company Location
608-7 Ishigami,Kawaguchi, Saitama

▼Work Location
Various sites in the Kanto Area.

▼Available Insurance
National Health Insurance for Construction.

Salary increases (based on the individual's ability).
Transportation expenses paid.
Support for qualification acquisition (half salary on test days).
Team leader allowance.

▼Smoking Information
Smoking is prohibited in the break area, and we enforce a complete no-smoking policy on site.

About Company

Maeken Welding Inc.
Maeken Welding Inc. is a company incorporated on June, 2020.
Its employees go to steel-construction sites, welding a few thousands steel rods called “stud“.