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Job ID: 2020-6049

Job Title: Facility/Building Maintenance Tech

Job Location: US-GA-Lawrenceville

Job Days Worked: Monday-Friday

Job Hours: From: 8:30 AM  Hours To: 5:00 PM


Ricoh Electronics, Inc. (REI) is looking for a dayshift shift Facilities Maintenance Technician to support our Lawrenceville and Buford manufacturing facilities.  


    • Model the “safety first” behaviors we expect of all associates by ensuring that operational procedures, equipment, and processes are designed to provide a safe work environment.
    • Perform semi-specialized tasks in the maintenance of our plant and office spaces in two or more skilled areas including plumbing and pipefitting, carpentry, painting and plastering, service of machinery, electrical maintenance, and custodial.
    • Assist with maintaining daily operations of the physical facility, including daily maintaining daily work orders and requests.  Operate site equipment as needed, using power tools as necessary.  
    • Maintain turf and landscaping on company grounds.
    • Sort recycling materials according to waste streams and REI's recycling policies
    • May provide support to vendors/contractors such as security force, custodial.
    • May request quotes from outside vendors for projects.  


    • Minimum of 2 years of facilities maintenance experience
    • Leadership experience a plus.
    • Must have ability to read and interpret maintenance manuals, diagrams, etc.
    • Must have good verbal and written communication skills.
    • Must have basic MS Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

Visit our career website to apply,

Posted: August 18, 2020

South Arts

South Arts is seeking two individuals to fill vital roles within our organization. If you have a passion for the arts, the drive to offer leadership within an organization, and the ability to help South Arts fulfill our mission, we encourage you to check out the following two open positions.

Deputy Director for Programs. The Deputy Director for Programs will play a major role in ongoing programmatic expansion. This position reports to the Executive Director and is part of the executive management team. The Deputy Director for Programs is expected to be a major contributor of vision and leadership, helping to accomplish the strategic plan and fulfill South Arts’ mission of advancing Southern vitality through the arts. Diversity, equity and inclusion are key values of this organization.

Director of Advancement. South Arts is seeking a dynamic individual with a proven track record that can accomplish goals related to South Arts’ budget and diversifying funding streams. This position reports to the Executive Director, is part of the executive management team, and will be expected to be a major contributor of vision and leadership, helping to accomplish the strategic plan and fulfill South Arts’ mission of advancing Southern vitality through the arts. Diversity, equity and inclusion are key values of this organization.


Posted: June 25, 2020


Title: 4th grade Japanese Immersion Teacher 

Location: Charlotte, NC

Job Requirements:

    • Native or near-native fluency in Japanese with a high level of proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing in both Japanese and English;
    • Professional preparation or experience as a teacher; if a J visa is needed, two years of experience teaching is required and apply thru Educational Partners International (EPI) (https://teaching with or Participate Learning (;
    • Ability to design and deliver content-based instruction for North Carolina Standard Course of Study for 4th grade;
    • Knowledge of a variety of strategies for delivery of the curriculum in Japanese; background in second language acquisition theory (ESL) or language immersion pedagogy desirable;
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a team;
    • Elementary certification preferred; K-12 teaching license will be considered.


    • Teach all academic subjects covered by the NC SCOS; all instruction is provided in the second language, although the NC/CMS curriculum standards and pacing guides are in English;
    • Provide an engaging, learner-centered classroom environment that captures the culture and language both orally and in print; help students increase their sensitivity to and understand of the language, values, customs, and traditions of others;
    • Assess student progress; design interventions to ensure continuous academic growth toward meeting grade-level expectations. Student achievement is assessed in English by the standardized NC End-of-Grade tests (grades 3-8), although instruction is provided in Japanese;
    • Develop specialized instructional materials in Japanese to support the NC SCOS; make extensive use of visual aids, realistic, and manipulative materials to assist students in associating Japanese with the curriculum;
    • Actively involve parents in supporting their children's progress in the language immersion program;
    • Attend and actively participate in various meetings such as staff meetings, PTSA meetings, grade level committees, etc.

Please contact Dr. Felicia Eybi (Principal, E.E. Waddell Language Academy):

Posted: June 1, 2020

Japan-AmericaSociety of Central Ohio

Title: Part-Time Program Assistant for July 2020-March 2022

The Programming Assistant will help to coordinate the programmatic and network expansion of Japan-America Society of Central Ohio (JASCO)’s activities into western and northwestern Ohio. Throughout collaboration with both the existing JASCO network of industry, civic, art, and education arts, as well as partners in the target areas, they will help JASCO to further develop into a regional center of Japan-America exchange and outreach and reach a broader audience through programming that promotes the understanding of contemporary Japan and the modern US-Japan relationship and aligns with JASCO’s Core Values of Creating Cultural Understanding, Improving Japanese Business Success, Building Relationships, and Fostering Education.

A full job description, including duties and responsibilities, desired experience and skills, and work hours and compensation information, can be found on the JASCO website at

For more information, please contact JASCO Executive Director Benjamin Pachter at

Posted: June 5, 2020


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Posted: March 17, 2020

U.S. Census

The U.S. Census Bureau continues to accept applications for temporary part-time positions with the 2020 Census. Although many job offers have been made, there is still an opportunity for jobs to be offered.

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Posted: June 3, 2020


Title: Associate Corporate Counsel

Location: Marietta, GA

Job Summary: YKK Corporation of America is seeking a corporate attorney with 5-7 years of corporate experience in a law firm and/or in-house corporate legal department for its in-house legal department in Marietta, Georgia. YKK is the U.S. subsidiary of YKK Corporation in Japan, a global manufacturer of zippers and other fastening products. YKK is also the parent company for all of YKK's operations in the U.S., Mexico, and Central America. This position will provide legal support primarily for YKK's Global Marketing operations in the U.S., and will involve working with and advising the Global Marketing business teams on a variety of commercial transactions and legal issues. This position reports to the Chief Legal Counsel.


    • Draft, review, and revise supplier agreements and other agreements;
    • Draft, review, and negotiate various types of contracts;
    • Conduct legal research regarding product safety statutes and regulations and other applicable laws and regulations and advise management and sales teams and affiliate companies in the U.S. and Asia regarding legal and regulatory compliance, commercial and corporate transactions, advertising, products liability, sales agreements and trade regulations;
    • Work with and monitor outside legal counsel.


    • from accredited U.S. law school with excellent academic credentials;
    • Licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia, including membership in the State Bar of Georgia;
    • 5-7 years experience practicing law in a law firm and/or corporate legal department;
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
    • Excellent research and writing skills;
    • Strong organization skills and attention to detail;
    • Knowledge of Intellectual Property law a plus, but not required.
Posted: March 17, 2020

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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