Osaka YMCA International School is committed to safer recruitment and is an equal opportunity employer (EOE). OYIS makes hiring decisions based solely on qualifications, merit, and business needs at the time of hiring. All full-time roles will be posted both internally and externally to ensure the school has access to a large pool of qualified candidates.
OYIS Safeguarding Recruiting Procedures
All international hires must provide the school with an original copy of an official criminal background check from each of the countries they have worked in. Should a candidate not be able to produce these criminal background checks, they can provide a certificate from a school-recognized criminal background check organization.
Candidates should supply OYIS with two references, one from their current employer and another from their previous along with a minimum of two online or email references, OYIS will reach out and contact a minimum of one reference via video conferencing.
Equal Opportunity Employer
We are committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, colour, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health decisions, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age and status as an individual with a disability.
In the heart of the Kansai, Osaka is known as the “second city” of Japan. As any Japanese person will tell you, living in Osaka is very different from Tokyo. It’s often described as “gritty”, but Osaka is also a lot of fun and has arguably some of the best food in Japan. Some people even call it “Japan’s kitchen.” It even has its own dialect!
An hour’s ride from the ancient hearts of Japan – Kyoto and Nara – Osaka is a city where traditions meet modernity. As you might expect, transportation is excellent.
Osaka has excellent connections with the rest of the country by rail, with Tokyo two and a half hours away on the bullet train and Kyoto about 30 minutes. It also has a first-class international airport and a busy port, with ferries departing to various destinations all over Japan, and further afield.
Living in Japan as an expat offers a unique blend of safety and rich cultural experiences. Japan is renowned for its low crime rates, creating a safe environment that allows residents to explore the country with a sense of security. The juxtaposition of modernity and tradition provides a fascinating backdrop for daily life, as expats navigate the efficient urban landscapes while cherishing the serenity of historic temples and tranquil gardens. Overall, Japan’s safety, coupled with its rich cultural tapestry, makes it an inviting and fulfilling destination for expatriates.
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