We are looking for workers to assemble, paint, inspect quality, and supply parts for automotive parts on the production line!
Assembling vehicle parts such as screws and bolts using an impact or electric screwdriver.
Spray painting of vehicle parts and visual inspection of color irregularities, dirt, etc. are performed.
Even if you have no experience, you can rest assured that our instructors will provide you with a thorough education.
Base salary: 1,730 yen
Overtime hourly wage: 2,163 yen
Hourly rate for overtime: 2,163 yen
Late night premium: 433 yen
Example of monthly income and breakdown◇◇
380,000 yen (22 days of work, 30 hours of overtime, 11 late-night workdays + transportation expenses)
Deductions may be made for dormitory expenses, appliance leasing, room cleaning, garbage disposal, and lock replacement costs according to dormitory rules.
Uniforms: Additional purchase of uniforms will be at your own expense.
Long-term (more than 3 months)
▼Working Days and Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (according to the factory calendar)
1) 6:30 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.
2) 17:15 - 2:05
2 shifts (7 hours 55 minutes / 55 minutes break)
8:00-16:55 (7 hours 55 minutes / 60 minutes break) for training during the first 3 days of employment.
(1) 8:30 - 8:35, 10:40 - 11:25, 13:25 - 13:30
(2) 19:15-19:20, 21:25-22:10, 0:10-0:15
Saturdays and Sundays off (GW vacation, summer vacation, and year-end and New Year's vacations are available)
Overtime: 30 to 40 hours/month
(Work on holidays, about 10 times/month)
2-2-1 Mine, Utsunomiya, Tochigi
Hamura City, Tokyo
5 minutes by shuttle bus from Hamura Station on the JR Ome Line (around 15 minutes on foot)
Or 15 minutes on foot from the employee dormitory
Social insurance and unemployment insurance
(Details of annual allowances below)
Dormitory fee (45,000 yen/month)
Lease of home electric appliances (6,500 yen/month)
Transportation expenses (up to 50,000 yen)
Congratulatory money for joining the company (50,000 yen)
QUO CARD (10,000 yen/day of hire)
Reward for expiration of employment (60,000 yen every three years)
Each of the above is subject to certain provisions.
Social insurance and unemployment insurance are provided.
Paid vacation (10 days after 6 months) *Regulations apply
Late night allowance
Transportation expenses paid (within regulations)
Defined contribution pension plan
◎Weekly payment system (with stipulations)
◎Referral system available (with stipulations)
30,000 to 100,000 yen per person will be paid as extra salary
Dormitory with home electronics (free of dormitory fee and lease of home electronics)
Company cafeteria available
◎Company cafeteria available
◎Transportation bus service available
(100,000 items on the menu with substantial discounts on lodging, dining, shopping, etc.)
No smoking indoors in principle (smoking rooms available)
◎Flow from Interview to Entry into the Company
Enter dormitory, physical fitness and aptitude test, photo shoot, confirm work clothes size, call guarantor to confirm.
↓ 【Visit the workplace】↓ 【Visit the workplace】↓ 【Interview
Workplace tour】↓【Online interview】↓【Interview
↓ 【Final Decision Confirmation
Final confirmation of intent and notification of final acceptance or rejection.
↓ 【Health Examination at the Time of Hiring
Medical checkup at the time of hiring] ↓ [Medical checkup at the time of hiring] ↓ [Medical checkup at the time of hiring
↓ [Signing of contract
Signing of contract
↓Signing of contract
Entrance into the dormitory and QUO CARD present
We will contact the guarantor on the day you enter the dormitory to confirm the guarantor's address, the names of the resident and guarantor, and the guarantor's telephone number, and to obtain approval for each rule and regulation. (Utility charges, damage charges, etc.)
*Aptitude and physical fitness tests are conducted by the company after entering the dormitory (written, squat, push-up, and grip strength tests).
*A physical fitness test will be conducted by the client after entering the company (written test, step up and down, repetitive horizontal jump, and forward bend)
There are two types of workplace tours: one is an actual walking tour of the factory, and the other is a viewing of a video introducing the workplace (time required: 1 hour to 1 hour). (The tour takes about one to one and a half hours.)
We have people between the ages of 20 and 45 working here!