The JASG proudly partners with the following recruiting agencies and companies who are able to help job seekers find potential employers and to help companies fill available positions. For more information, please contact the JASG office.


International Charter Academy of Georgia

Job Titles:

  • K-5 teachers
  • Title 1 Teacher
  • Substitute teacher
  • HR and Administrative Specialist

International Charter Academy of Georgia (ICAGeorgia) aims to broaden the horizons of students in Georgia so that they may become global citizens who promote peace around the world. As a statewide charter school located in Peachtree Corners, GA, the school is open free of charge to any K-5 student residing in the state of Georgia. ICAGeorgia uses the Dual Language Model for Japanese and English instruction, which is supported by a wealth of research and recommended by experts in dual language acquisition. In this innovative model, the ratio of time spent in each language favors Japanese in younger grades and shifts to balance more evenly with English as students age. All core subjects will be taught in both languages, exposing students to a wide range of content learning areas in the target language and enhancing academic achievement in general.

For more information:

For applications, please refer to:

Posted: Jan. 7, 2020

The Japan Foundation

Job Title: Associate Program Officer, Arts & Cultural Exchange

Job Location: New York, NY

Established by the Japanese government in 1972, the Japan Foundation’s mission is to promote international cultural exchange and mutual understanding in terms of: 1) Arts & Cultural Exchange; 2) Japanese-Language Education; and 3) Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange. For more information, please visit our websites at and

DescriptionThe Japan Foundation, New York seeks an Associate Program Officer for the Arts and Cultural Exchange program that introduces Japanese arts and culture as well as exchanges between Japan and the U.S.. This position reports to the Arts and Cultural Exchange Program Director.

Key Responsibilities:

    • Assist prospective applicants and grantees.
    • Coordinate logistics for in-house meetings as well as public events by planning venues, catering, transportation, audio/visual equipment, materials, etc.
    • Create program materials and publications and assist in proofreading documents.
    • Conduct outreach activities and site visits throughout the United States.
    • Collaborate and correspond with program staff at the Japan Foundation Tokyo Headquarters.
    • Perform other duties and additional responsibilities as directed.

Required Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree. Master’s degree or equivalent work experience preferred.
    • Legal authorization to work in the U.S.
    • Fluency, in oral and written communication skills in both English and Japanese; translation ability preferred.
    • Willingness and ability to travel and attend occasional weekend events (travel is approximately several weeks/year)

A strong candidate will also possess:

    • Superior written and verbal communication skills
    • Excellent analytical and organizational skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to multi-task
    • Experience with and/or interest in international cultural exchange
    • Experience with grant management and/or familiarity with institutions of Japanese arts and culture
    • Understanding of Japanese arts and culture, and experience of living in Japan
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office software and social media

Salary and BenefitsSalary commensurate with experience. Benefits include comprehensive medical, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage, paid vacation and sick leave, etc.

To apply: Please email a cover letter, resume, and one-page writing sample in English to Qualified candidates will be invited for an interview.

Posted: Jan 6, 2020

Generation Infocus (GI)

Job Title: Site Director

Generation Infocus (GI) is a STEAM connection after school and summer project-based learning organization which believes that positive social change and academic performance acceleration can be achieved through hands-on minds-on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Artistic Design and Math) focused programming. GI is redefining the focus of after school programming and summer camp learning experiences. We are committed to intentionally providing learning opportunities that enhance our students’ growth and exposures in STEAM education. We offer opportunities for career growth. The working culture is family team oriented with learning and training as a foundation. Because we know that our system is unique, we offer training. Please apply to have additional questions answered. Please view our web site at

Job Duties:

    • Running daily logistics and operations of the program
    • Hiring and training staff
    • Implementing and collecting data throughout the semesters
    • Ensuring that lessons are implemented with fidelity
    • Complying with Bright from the Start Guidelines
    • Implementing schedules and procedures on a daily basis
    • Monitoring and reporting supplies and materials
    • Pay is commensurate with experience level
    • Bilingual in English/Japanese Strongly Preferred
    • Bachelor Degree preferred
    • Part-time position, hourly
    • Most weeks range from 22.5-34 hours per week during the school year
    • The core hours are Monday thru Friday from 2:30pm-6:00pm, plus additional hours during the day. Not all five ays are guaranteed work days, depending on school schedules.
Posted: Nov 20, 2019 


Job Title: TGS Compliance Coordinator

Prepares compliance audit data by compiling and analyzing internal and external information. Supports departments by collecting and coordinating internal compliance data with auditors and various departments. Compliance coordinators make sure their companies' processes and employees adhere to rules established to meet ethical, legal and regulatory requirements. 

 Duties and Responsibilities

    • Prepares compliance audit data by compiling and analyzing internal and external information.
    • Supports departments by collecting and coordinating internal compliance data with auditors and various departments.
    • Provides administrative support by implementing systems, procedures, and policies; completing projects in support of compliance auditors.
    • Helps others by answering questions and responding to requests.
    • Complies with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.
    • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications.
    • Enhances compliance department and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
    • Assists in MRO procurement

Education and Experience

    • An Associate Degree in Business or the equivalent experience is required 
    • Project Management experience  


    • Computer literacy and proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet software is required.
    • Excellent organizational and planning skills are required. 
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills are also required.

Other Requirements

    • Fluency in written and spoken Japanese desired

Contact: Brenda Franklin at (770) 282-8686 Ext. 1264 or

Posted Nov. 17, 2019


Job Title: Production Manager

Job ID: 2019-5801

Job Location: US-GA-Lawrenceville

Job Days Worked: Monday-Friday

Job Hours: from 7:00 AM to: 3:30 PM


Come join our team!  Ricoh Electronics, Inc. (REI) is looking for a Production Manager to manage our Toner Filling operations at our manufacturing facility in Lawrenceville.  In this fast-paced operation, the Production Manager will be challenged with developing and implementing plans to utilize materials, labor, and equipment efficiently to ensure final products are produced safely and on schedule in accordance with internally established procedures and quality standards, using good management practices.


    • Model the “safety first” behaviors we expect of all employees by ensuring that operational procedures and processes are performed safely and provide a safe work environment.
    • Manage supervisors and hourly personnel to meet production schedules and targets, ensuring quality and safety standards are met.
    • Recommend and implement department production goals, targets and adjustments for processes, work assignments and equipment usage to meet production objectives within SEQCD standards.
    • Manage the implementation of new products into production, reports results and identifies problems that need to be resolved.
    • Investigate production problems and product quality issues, collaborates with other functional areas to identify root cause and recommend corrective action/ countermeasure, prepare action plan, manage solution implementation and summarize and report results.
    • Review and analyze data for department to identify trends, problems, and opportunities and recommend actions to improve performance results. 
    • Prepare reports summarizing costs and production and quality trends and problems; present information to upper management.
    • Promote employee participation in company-sponsored programs. Guide subordinates in the identification, recommendation and implementation of corporate systems and programs such as QMS, EMS, ISMS, SOX and Kaizen/5S within the department.
    • Participate in the thorough investigation of accidents, identify root cause, and develop countermeasure to prevent future occurrences. Approve corrective/preventive actions and monitor their implementation.


    • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent combination of education and experience) and 5-7 years’ experience in manufacturing operations, with a minimum of 3 years supervisory experience required.
    • Must have strong problem-solving/troubleshooting skills needed to resolve moderately complex process and quality problems, including experience with problem-solving case study preparation.
    • Must have MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) skills at intermediate level, along with experience in writing procedures, and creating forms, visual aids, graphs, and presentations.
    • Must have demonstrated positive leadership skills with experience in teambuilding/motivating practices to support company initiatives.

AA/M/F/VETERANS/Individuals with Disabilities, EOE, Drug-Free Workplace


Visit our career website to apply,

Posted: Nov. 7, 2019


Position: Production Operator I

Location:  Morrow, Georgia

We are looking for Production workers that perform their work in a spirit of service.  Our production team is the crux of our ability to supply our customers and users with quality products.  This individual will be results driven, reflect attention to detail in the quality of work, while improving productivity and reducing product waste.  We are seeking positive, self-motivated, independent thinkers that views adversity as an opportunity.

Plant Roles and Responsibility Areas: 

    • Preparation
    • Casting
    • Whiteware
    • Glost
    • Kiln/Glazing
    • Tank Bonding
    • Installation and Maintenance
    • Meet Specifications
    • Mold Room/Quality Inspection
    • Operate Machinery and Robots

Education and/or Experience:

    • High school Diploma, GED or equivalent
    • Six months Assembly or Production related experience, a plus., 
    • Basic mathematical and measurement skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and an understanding of fractions and decimals),
    • Ability to read and comprehend basic written instructions and procedures,
    • Must have mechanical capability.

For information regarding Employment Opportunities in manufacturing, engineering, customer service, sales and more; Please contact: Shay Moncrief at 770-282-8686 Ext. 1487 or send your resume

Reposted Nov. 7, 2019

The Japan-America Society of Georgia, Inc.

is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located

 in Atlanta, Georgia with the mission

 to promote the mutual understanding 

between the people of Japan and

the State of Georgia


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