SRF-JRMC seeks to recruit prospective engineer employees at @type job fair

By Ryo Isobe, FLEACT Yokosuka Public Affairs

161029-N-JT445-009 YOKOSUKA, Japan (Oct. 29, 2016) – Management analyst Chikano Satomi from the Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center manpower division describes the command’s organizational structure to attendees at the @type engineers’ job fair. The fair was held at Tokyo Dome Prism Hall.  The command sponsored a booth to recruit skilled engineers at the job fair.  SRF-JRMC provides ship maintenance and modernization for Commander, Naval Forces Pacific and U.S. Pacific Fleet using advanced industrial techniques while keeping the U.S. 7th Fleet operationally ready.  (U.S. Navy photo by Ryo Isobe, FLEACT Yokosuka Public Affairs, SRF JRMC/Released)

161029-N-JT445-009 YOKOSUKA, Japan (Oct. 29, 2016) – Management analyst Chikano Satomi from the Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center manpower division describes the command’s organizational structure to attendees at the @type engineers’ job fair. The fair was held at Tokyo Dome Prism Hall. The command sponsored a booth to recruit skilled engineers at the job fair. SRF-JRMC provides ship maintenance and modernization for Commander, Naval Forces Pacific and U.S. Pacific Fleet using advanced industrial techniques while keeping the U.S. 7th Fleet operationally ready. (U.S. Navy photo by Ryo Isobe, FLEACT Yokosuka Public Affairs, SRF JRMC/Released)

YOKOSUKA, Japan (Oct. 29, 2016) -Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center (SRF-JRMC) Yokosuka participated in the @type job fair, held at Tokyo Dome Prism Hall to recruit new employees to fill engineering job vacancies.

@type is a Japanese career-change consulting agency and website that shares and disseminates information on engineering and information technology jobs available throughout Japan.

Representatives from SRF-JRMC’s Master Labor Contract manpower division and engineers, Commander, U.S. Forces Japan (USFJ) Human Resources Office, and the Labor Management Organization (LMO) for USFJ Employees came out to seize this employee recruitment opportunity.

Booths were set up where prospective applicants were briefed on the available engineering jobs and the command’s work culture.  It was also an opportunity to consult, ask questions and directly interact with Japanese national supervisors and engineers who work at SRF-JRMC.

“We have four positions available at our section,” said Azumi Kanazawa, an engineering technician from the command’s project engineering division. “I spoke with one of the attendees and was asked about our job […]. I think he was very interested in joining SRF-JRMC.”

Seven information sessions were held; they provided a general view of the command’s jobs, including employment status and benefits.

According to @type, there was a good turnout. More than 1,000 job seekers attended the fair.

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