Employment

Title
Network Administrator
Location Showa Boston Institute, Jamaica Plain
Job Information

Showa Boston Institute for Language and Culture, an affiliate of Showa Women’s University of Tokyo, is looking to fill the position of Network Administrator.  This individual will assist with the planning, installation, and maintenance of Showa Boston Institute’s network infrastructure.  This includes both the hardware and software utilized across campus.  This person will ensure the integrity and stability of the existing and future LAN & WAN configuration, as well as any/all communication links used to support said infrastructure while maintaining business continuity.

Please click on the following link for the job description: Network Administrator.

Qualified and interested candidates should send both a cover letter and current resume.

Electronic submissions should be sent to Human Resources Department at: hr@showaboston.edu

EOE.  As of 06-15-2017

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Title
Academic Department Assistant
Location Showa Boston Institute
Job Information

Showa Boston Institute for Language and Culture, an affiliate of Showa Women’s University of Tokyo, is looking to fill the position of Academic Department Assistant.  This individual will provide organizational and administrative support for the Program Director, Curriculum Director and Academic Programming Coordinator, as well as other members of the Academic Department team and will assist in many activities related to academic programming both on and off-campus.

Please click on the following link for the job description: Academic Department Assistant

Qualified and interested candidates should send both a cover letter and current resume.

Electronic submissions should be sent to: Human Resources Department

Email: hr@showaboston.edu

EOE.  As of 06-14-2017

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Title
Resident Assistant
Job Information

Showa Boston is the study-abroad campus of Showa Women’s University in Tokyo, Japan. Our mission is to increase students’ English proficiency, to develop their cross-cultural awareness and to foster their personal growth.

Although students in long-term programs (4 to 17 months) are university-aged, students in short-term programs (3 days to 1 month) range in age from 12 to 80. The majority of planned student activities, interactions and RA responsibilities occur evenings and weekends.

[Showa RA Job Description- learn more]

Showa Boston has immediate openings for resident assistants. Previous RA experience preferred.

Qualified and interested candidates should send a cover letter, current resume. Electronic submissions should be sent to:

Human Relations Department
Email: hr@showaboston.edu

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