(1) Press process
Steel sheets are cut from coils into sheets and processed by drawing, punching, bending, drilling, etc. to produce body parts such as doors and roofs.
(2) Resin parts
This process involves molding, processing, and coating of plastic parts such as bumpers and back doors.
(3) Body process
Body parts formed in the press process are precisely positioned and then welded together using robots to create the shape of a car.
(4) Painting process
After welding is completed, paint is applied to the car body to give it luster and color.
(5) Assembly process
The basic parts of the car, such as window glass, engine, tires, and brakes, are assembled onto the beautifully painted body.
(6) Inspection process
After assembly is completed, the engine, brakes, and other parts are checked to ensure that they function properly, and many items are rigorously and meticulously inspected to ensure that the quality is satisfactory to the customer.
1,700 yen per hour
Bonus: After 1 month (50,000 yen) After 4 months (100,000 yen) After 7 months (100,000 yen) After 10 months (100,000 yen) After 13 months (150,000 yen) Every 6 months thereafter, 150,000 yen is granted.
▼Working Days and Hours
Monday - Friday
(1) 06:30-15:10 (7h35m working hours)
(2) 18:00～26:40 (7h35m)
0 to 40 hours per month
Depends on company calendar *Working on holidays
Long vacations (GW, Obon, New Year's)
During the training period (first 4 days), you will work day shift. 8:00～16:45 *55 min. break, 7.83 hrs. actual work
Every Friday is the observation day *Observation will take place only after you have been confirmed to join the company. You will enter the dormitory on Friday and start working on the following Monday.
Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture
Cafeteria available (160 yen to 420 yen)
Break room available
Transportation from the factory to the dormitory area available
There is a predetermined location