The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will select staff in the field of the global environment (excluding climate change) in the following ways.
1 Recruitment period
April 4 to June 29, Reiwa 4
2 Job description and treatment
We will employ staff on maternity leave for a fixed period in accordance with Articles 8-12 of the Office of Personnel.
After joining, I will be in charge of global environment (excluding climate change) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2-2-1 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo). Wages and allowances are determined and paid in accordance with the provisions of the General Staff Wages Act according to each person’s duties and occupation.
Although it is a member of the National Association of Public Officials, if the employment period is less than 2 months, it is not a welfare pension, so it is necessary to join the national pension. In addition, if the employment period is 31 days to 6 months, you will be covered by employment insurance, so you will also need to purchase employment insurance.
If you performed your duties and achieved good grades while serving as a maternity leave replacement employee, you may be rehired as a parental leave replacement employee.
- (1) Possess a college degree or equivalent.
- (2) Practical experience in the fields of international affairs and international cooperation in private companies and various organizations. Preferably with a record of research or work related to international organisations in the field of international environmental law. Those who are interested in working in international organizations in the future are also welcome.
- (3) Have a certain level of English.
- (4) Personnel who can continue to work during the employment period.
- (5) Those with Japanese nationality and no foreign nationality.
5 Application Deadline and Mailing Address for Application Documents (6 below)
- (1) Deadline:
- Until March 1, Reiwa 4 (regardless of whether you are applying in Japan or abroad, you must arrive on the same day)
- (2) Mailing address:
- 2-2-1 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8919
Earth Environment Section, International Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Note) When mailing, be sure to write the words “temporary employment for a fixed term” in red on the front of the envelope, and send it by registered mail.
6 Application documents
- (1) A resume (example CV format (Excel)) / (PDF): Commercially available JIS standard resumes are acceptable)
(If you live overseas, please indicate your contact information, such as your address in Japan. Please fill in all your educational background and work experience after high school graduation every month. In addition, various types such as Eiken, TOEFL, TOEIC, etc. .If you have taken the language test, please fill in the test date, grades, scores, etc. in your resume. You can choose to add work experience.)
- (2) Certificate of Graduation (Completion) (University, Graduate School, etc. with admission and graduation date)
- (3) A copy of the household registration book (within 3 months from the date of issuance)
- (Note 1) Among the above application documents, if documents (2) and (3) cannot be provided by the application deadline, please indicate when applying. If you pass the first review after applying, please bring it with you on the day of the second review.
- (Note 2) In order to confirm the foreign nationality of the candidate, a copy of the household registration is required, and documents may be required.
- (Note 3) The submitted application documents will be properly kept by the Ministry and will be discarded or deleted when it is no longer necessary to keep them for recruitment purposes.
7 Selection method
- (1) The primary selection is conducted by document screening.
All applicants will be notified of the outcome of the document review by March 5, 2004. We will be in touch with you via email as soon as possible, so please include an email address where you can be contacted in your resume when you apply.
- (2) For the second selection, the personal test and language test in the form of interview will be used.
- A. The date and time of the second selection (scheduled for the week of March 7), venue, etc. will be notified to applicants who have passed the first selection.
- B. The results of the second selection (pass/fail) will be notified to all candidates for the second selection by March 15, 2004.
- (1) Anyone who has any of the following circumstances shall not apply for this recruitment.
- A. Those who do not have Japanese nationality or have foreign nationality.
- (1) Those who have been sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment or more, and who have been sentenced to the end of the execution period or not to be executed.
- C. Those who have been dismissed from the general duties of state civil servants by disciplinary action within two years from the date of dismissal.
- D. A person who, after the date of the implementation of the Japanese Constitution, forms or joins a political party or other organization that claims to have violently undermined the Japanese Constitution or the government established under it.
- E. Before the 1999 revision, those who had been sentenced to be allowed to prohibit producers according to the provisions of the Civil Law (except those caused by lack of energy)
- (2) If finally selected as a candidate for employment, the incumbent must retire from the place of employment at the time of employment (part-time and extra work is restricted according to the National Civil Service Law, etc.). ) application).
- (3) Hired candidates will be required to undergo a physical examination (at any medical institution, at their own expense) (informal appointments may be cancelled based on the examination results).
- (4) The retirement age limit stipulated in Article 81-2 of the National Civil Servant Law shall apply.
2-2-1 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8919
Global Environment Division, International Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Person in charge: Ueno)
Phone: 03-3580-3111 (representative) (ext. 5589)