Yes. Lingua Science employees hired to work onsite at other companies receive benefits. Full-time employees (those working 32 hours a week or more) receive additional benefits, including paid vacations, and paid holidays.
All employees of Lingua Science must be able to work legally in the United States for any employer. Under very rare circumstances we may sponsor or transfer a work visa, but this is less than 1% of all cases.
Bilinguals are expected to be able to read, write, and speak at a professional level in two languages (usually English and Japanese). This includes the ability to quickly read e-mails, write business correspondence, give presentations, take phone messages, and so on. In general, Japanese proficiency includes the ability to read a minimum of 1,000 kanji characters with little or no use of a dictionary.
Please send your resume to us again, specifying the new job opening for which you want to be considered.
Bring a few copies of your resume and copies of any letters of recommendation or certifications that you would like to share as part of your job application. Depending on your field, photos or samples of your work may be appropriate. Some employers will want to see a copy of your college transcript if you have recently graduated and have no related work experience. In addition, a prepared list of references is always helpful.
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