We are looking for cab drivers working in Tokyo!
Customers ride cabs for various reasons, such as going to the hospital, zipping around work, or going out for fun.
As a "professional driver", your job is to take such customers to their destinations "safely and securely".
In addition to basic customer service in Japanese, you will also answer customers' questions and make small talk with them.
As a "professional", you also need to learn geography, which requires a very high level of skill.
But all the people in the company are very kind.
If you don't understand something, ask them, and they will kindly teach you or even listen to you complain!
Once you've learned the job well, you're next in line to teach!
*The company will pay for the necessary licenses for the job (with regulations).
Salary is based on commission, but the average is stable at around 300,000-400,000 yen.
Approximately 2,000 yen per job
25 jobs per day: 2,000 yen x 25 jobs = 50,000 yen
This is 50,000 yen per day.
12 times per month, 50,000 yen x 12 times = 600,000 yen
*This is based on earning 50,000 yen per day.
The salary is calculated by multiplying this by the commission rate.
In this case, it is approximately 300,000-350,000 yen.
No fixed term of contract
▼Working Days and Hours
This is a special type of work where you work two shifts during one 'workday'.
You work only 12 workdays a month.
Instead, each workday is 19 hours (including 3 hours of rest time = 16 hours of actual work).
Since this is two shifts in one workday, each day is 8 hours of actual work.
If you arrive at work at 7:00 a.m., you work until 2:00 a.m. the following night.
When you go home, you take the day off.
Get some rest, then come back to work at 7:00 AM the next day!
Cab drivers are strictly limited by law in their working hours, so the company will not require you to work overtime.
If you wish to work longer hours, you may work up to 2 hours of overtime per shift (21 hours of work).
If you work one shift, you will have the next day off (i.e., the day after tomorrow).
In addition, you will have 6 days off per month.
There are many days off, and you can exchange your days off for other days if they are inconvenient, so you can work according to your convenience.
First, you must take training to pass the geography exam, which is difficult even for Japanese.
The pass rate for Japanese is about 30%, but everyone at Sakai Kotsu passes it in one go.
*There is no furigana on the exam.
*Once you pass the geography exam, you will be hired. After entering the company, 10,000 yen will be paid per day of training.
After passing the geography test, the next step is to obtain a driver's license (second-class license), which is required for cab drivers, through training at a training camp.
You must pass the academic test to obtain your Type 2 license.
Good luck in both the driving school and the written exam!
There is no furigana on the test.
The company will pay for the acquisition cost (approximately 250,000 yen).
After obtaining the license, you will take external training (about 2 weeks) and internal training (about 1 week) and finally make your debut!
*Training materials do not include furigana.
2-36-1 Jindaiji, Mitaka City, Tokyo
Postal Code 181-0016
2-36-1 Jindaiji, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo
10 minutes by bus from Musashi Sakai Station on the Chuo and Sobu Lines (Nishino bus stop, route 91/93)
Commuting by car or motorcycle is permitted.
The company owns an apartment and rents it to employees at a discount.
Please contact us if you wish to rent an apartment.
There is one smoking area at the rear of the property.
It is a cheerful place to work every day.
No one is overbearing.
Everyone works so well together and veteran drivers in their 60s and new drivers in their 20s joke around with each other every day.
Everyone looks forward to Christmas cake which the company gives everyone every year as a present.