We’re Looking For Interns at MakeLeaps!

At MakeLeaps, we’re looking to hire an intern.

What we’re looking for:

  • Lots of energy
  • Positivity
  • Advanced or native Japanese and a good level of English ability. Your English doesn’t need to be perfect.
  • But above all else, someone who
    • Loves
      • Loves
        • Loves
  • Helping customers

Heres what you’ll be doing:

  • Working at our office near Ebisu/Nakameguro, ideally from 9am to 6pm. Although we’ll be flexible on working hours for the right candidate, if you’re in university for instance.
  • Talking with customers by email, twitter, and forum posts
  • Going to events and handing out plenty of MakeLeaps business cards
  • Talking to users about what features they want
  • Writing blog posts
  • Writing content
  • Translating English into Japanese
  • Getting the word out about MakeLeaps any way you can
  • Whatever it takes…!

Heres what you get:

  • The ability to make a big difference. The smaller the company, the more the individual team members matter. We’re a small international team, and we want to change the way Japan does business.
  • A rare chance to see the inside of a small growing company, and learn about business firsthand.
  • Your own Mac to use
  • An international workplace, which is great for learning English in.
  • All your transportation is covered, and you get a salary as well
  • If things go great, we’ll look at hiring you as a regular staff member

If this sounds interesting to you, drop us a line at jobs@makeleaps.com and tell us why you’re a good fit.

Jay Winder

Jay Winder is the Australian Co-Founder of MakeLeaps. Jason came to Japan in 2001 to study martial arts, set up his first business called Webnet IT in 2003, and set up MakeLeaps in 2010 with the vision of unlocking the potential of freelancers and businesses in Japan with clean and powerful software. If you like, follow me on Twitter.

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