Caregivers Needed in Japan
Enjoy helping people in need
Want to obtain a working VISA
Want to guarantee a stable income and a future in Japan
Certified Care Workers might be an ideal job for you, and we are looking for competent people who live in Japan and willing to work as a caregiver!
1. If you love helping and connecting with people…
Here’s a chance for you to work at a healthcare facility and experience the joy of taking care and connecting with elderly people who need your help.
A caregiver’s duties include:
- Helping clients take prescribed medication.
- Assisting clients with ambulation and mobility around the house or outside (doctor’s appointments, walks etc.).
- Assisting clients with personal care and hygiene such as feeding and bathing… etc.
- Being a pleasant and supportive companion.
- Reporting any unusual incident and acting quickly and responsibly in cases of emergency
The ideal candidate will be patient and friendly with excellent communication skills. You should be able to follow instructions and perform a variety of tasks to help clients.
2. If you are looking for a stable job…
Care professional shortages have already become a serious problem in Japan, and the need of care workers is only going to grow in the future.
Japan is in desperate need of thousands of care professionals.
As a result, Certified Care Workers can always find a job and the benefits they enjoy are sure to increase.
A revision of the Immigration Law of Japan from 2017 guarantees a work visa for any foreigner who passes the National Exam for Care Worker Certification. Family members are allowed to accompany.
Career advancement of welfare school students
Specified Skilled Worker (i)-Care Worker Visa
Another visa that you can apply to work as caregivers without any educational background required if you are now residing in Japan.
All you have to do is to pass:
Nursing care skills evaluation test
Japanese language proficiency test (N4 or upper)
Nursing care Japanese language evaluation test
*International students who have already graduated from a caregiver training facility, those who completed the period of stay (4 years) of EPA candidates and those who completed the technical intern training (ii) of “Care Worker” will be exempt from all of these.
*Those who completed the technical intern training (ii) other than “Care Worker” will be exempt only for Japanese language proficiency test (N4 or higher).
Full support while working
Our international coordinators will be there to help you arrange the job interview and support you with adjustment to the new workplace.