Japan is in need of Housekeepers with 70,000 Monthly Salaries

We all know that Japan is a very busy country, thus, people residing there, don’t have time to even look after their homes or do household chores. For that reason, Japan, now, is currently looking for Filipino Housekeepers. Nevertheless, it is not just any ordinary housekeepers, instead, a professional one with a monthly salary of more than P70,000. Just to clarify things, according to PASONA, Japanese housekeeping jobs are different compared to those domestic helper jobs in Hong Kong and Singapore. The reason is because housekeepers in Japan will not be stay-in rather, they will stay in one apartment, share same room and toilet with other workers.
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We want to emphasize that Japan is looking for “professional housekeepers” and according to Marlon Rono, president of Magsaysay Global Services, in order to be one, you need to undergo 400 hours or two months of training. The training includes language training and training on practical housekeeping chores like on how to operate Japanese appliances, etc.


Rono stated that if housekeepers aim to be successful in their job in Japan, it is important to keep in mind that they should be conscious or knowledgeable about their language and they must be able to understand the culture and practices of the Japanese people.

There are a lot of job opportunities in Japan right now because of its aging population, aside from housekeeping. This is in accordance to PASONA group Inc. Japanese partner of Magsaysay. Employees are in demand in hotels, restaurants, and other establishments.
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To those who want to be a housekeeper in Japan:
  • There are no placement fees
  • Free trainings and language classes (includes the training of operation of Japanese Appliances and Japanese Culture)
  • 8 hour session everyday
  • Day off and Vacation grants

Employees have to work 8 hours a day, and every day, they will have different employers. They are also entitled to have a day off and vacation leave. No placements fees for the job and the training and the language classes are for free.

Qualifications

  • Female
  • At least 1 year working experience as Household Worker/ Domestic Helper
  • 28-45 years old ONLY
  • Preferably with NC II from TESDA (Household Services or Domestic Work)



How to Apply as Housekeepers in Japan?

1. Create an account in www.magsaysaycareers.com
2. Walk-in to their office at Ground Flr., G. Antonino Bldg. Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila
3. Wear business attire and bring your updated resume.

For more details, please send inquiry to mgsi_recruitment@magsaysay.com.ph.

PASONA added that they are now hiring the next set of batch and a thousand housekeepers are needed for the next three years. The first batch of Filipino Housekeepers is leaving this month.




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9 comments:

  1. Isn't there any job offer for men , near 50's but in a very good shape to work. And had a long experience abroad with housekeeping. Or any other Japan offered job? Thank you

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  2. I was once an entertainer in Japan, i am already 50 years old and i can speak nihongo...is there any chance that i can work as a housekeeper?

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  3. Im 44yrs old...
    U dont have any experience as domestic helper..but i do all kinds of households work..my past wirk is a laundryrer at my own laundryshop..but its already closed..so i do ironing ,washing and even child care because i have 5 kids..

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  4. Hi sir/madam,im 33,just ask what if i dont have any experience about household keeping and not ex abroad can i apply already for the position??

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  5. Hi sir/ma'am, i am already 48 years old and have no experience yet in working abroad. But aside from a working mom as a midwife, i do all kind of household works at home. I am very much willing to be a part of your workers there. Can i still have a chance to apply for that position?

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  6. Hi maam,sir.im a ex abroad..im housemaid 8 years part of medle east..can i apply housekeeper...

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  7. Hi ma'am..I'm a ex abroad in south Korea a factory worker for 12 years...I work also in Hong Kong as a domestic helper but sadly to say I did not finish my contract because I need to have an emergency exit for my fiancee for he is in emergency condition...I'm 41 years old & willing to work as a housekeeper..

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  8. Good afternoon maam/sir
    I'm 46 yrs old working hear house cleaner in Middle East can i apply as housekeeping
    5hank you very much

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  9. Hi i am conchita shoji and i want to avail the free training for housekeeping to japan. I have knowledge in nihongo and i already gone in japan. I am interested pls reply

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