Japan hiring 150 nurses, 600 caregivers; up to P97,000 monthly salary

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Japan is now hiring 150 nurses and 600 caregivers to work in their hospitals and clinics.

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Philippine Overseas Employment Administration(POEA) announced that the Japan International Corporation of Welfare Services (JICWELS) initially needs qualified male or female nurses and careworkers under the government to government program.

Based on the recruitment specification form issued by the agency, close to 600 caregivers and 150 registered nurses will be hired should they pass the qualification.

Monthly salary for accepted nurses will be at JPY 220,000 or around Php 97,5000 and JPY 198,333 or around Php 87,900. If you are interested, here are details of hiring:

Qualifications

NURSES

  • Graduate of Bachelor of Science in Nursing;
  • With Board License;
  • With at least three (3) years hospital experience;
  • Preferably 20 to 35 years old; and
  • Must be medically and psychologically fit to work





CAREGIVERS

  • Graduate from any four (4) year course and certified as a caregiver by TESDA;
  • Graduate of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (under board) or any allied profession;
  • Preferably 20 to 35 years old; and
  • Must be medically and psychologically fit to work

Application

QUALIFIED APPLICANTS are advised to REGISTER ONLINE at www.poea.gov.ph or www.eregister.poea.gov.ph and personally submit the following documents to the Manpower Registry Division, Ground Floor, Window T, POEA Building, EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue, Mandaluyong City:

  • A detailed resume with one piece 2×2 picture
  • Authenticated College Diploma (for careworker applicants), to follow
  • Transcript of Records
  • Valid PRC ID (for nurse applicants)
  • Employment Certificates (for nurse applicants)
  • Valid TESDA Certificate on Caregiving (for careworker applicants)
  • Japanese Language Training Certificate, if available
  • Copy of valid passport
  • Valid NBI Clearance (for travel abroad)


Deadline for submission of applications is on: May 31, 2017.





Under the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA), representatives of both countries entered into a memorandum of understanding for the training and employment of Filipino nurses and caregivers in Japanese health care facilities.

As cited in the agreement, fully qualified nurses and certified caregivers, after passing the Japanese national licensure examination, shall have the option to stay for an unlimited period in Japan to practice their profession.

Applicants can only get jobs legally through the POEA since the Philippines and Japan signed an agreement allowing only the POEA to facilitate the recruitment and deployment of Filipino nurses and caregivers.

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16 Replies to “Japan hiring 150 nurses, 600 caregivers; up to P97,000 monthly salary”

  1. I’m allan p. Guiang Mag apply sana ko ng caregivers jan sa japan meron na akong working experience as nurse aid sa saudi Arabia i just work for 12 years

  2. Ano pa po ba mga requirements para makapag apply ako kaagad jan sa japan as caregivers at may placement fee pa ba

  3. Pwede po ba mag apply as caregivers po, kasama ko po ka co teacher ko, wala po kami tesda certificate as caregivers po, pero dito po sa amin ay may inaalagaan po kaming kapamilya na matatanda napo at paralized ang kalahati ng katawan, may vocational course naman po ako as massage therapist to dyan point ako nag aral sa hulo bliss to say mandaluyong, dream up namin na magtrabaho sa bansang Japan dahil na din po sa magandang kultura at ugali ng mga hapones po, kung may training man po kayo para sa caregivers, willing po kami ng ka co teachers ko po… Sana naman po ay mapagbigyan nyo po kami ng chance to work Japan as soon as possible to, thanks and more power po

  4. Ano ano po ba mga requirements nyo po? may placement fee po ba? Please reply naman po,100% willing po kami mag training kahit anong oras at araw po, basta I text or call nyo lang po ako, please….. Pwede po b mahingi exact address nyo po dyan sa manila para po maka pag inquire kami personally po

  5. Good day ma’am/Sir!

    I would like to ask if you are still hiring for caregivers in japan?

    Your response is highly appreciated. Thank you .☺️

  6. Good day ma’am/sir,
    I would like to ask if you are still hiring for nurses in Japan?
    Your response is highly appreciated.Thank you.

  7. Are you still hiring for caregivers in japan?
    I would like to work in Shizuoka prefecture.If you still hire reply me Please.

    Your response is highly appreciated.

  8. Geaduate po ako nang care giver sa st. Augustine..may dimploma po at NC II May experience na sa nursing home sa home health care at private care giver sa patient na may diabetes.. 33 years old… tanung ko lang po kung mag aral nang Japanese language libre na ba sa tesda

  9. i am a registered nurse and I’ve been practicing my profession for 3years,, i just want to know if i need to take a laungage course for me to be able to be hire for the job

  10. Can i apply? Graduate of BS Nursing and employed in Saudi Arabia as a Private Nurse.. I handled 4 autistic Children and as of today i am unemployed. I am 47 yrs old and willing to undergo some trainings… Thanks you

  11. Hello po gud gradute graduate po ako ng 2 yrs nursing assistant with caregiver nc2 po with hospital experience po 11years qualified po b ako thnkyou

  12. I am a caregiver. I am working now in United Arab Emirates with 3 years contract and have 1 year left. I am willing to work as caregiver in your country Japan. I’ve been there in the year 2004. Domo arigato gosaimasta

  13. I am willing to apply now working as staff nurse here at the province of isabela, going 2 years in service

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