Political/Economic Affairs Section
Background on the Consulate-General of Japan in Detroit:
In 1993, as a result of the growing number of Japanese residents and businesses in Michigan and Ohio, the Consulate-General of Japan in Detroit was established. Consulate surveys indicate that there is now a combined total of 900 Japanese owned facilities in Michigan and Ohio. The current two-state population of Japanese nationals exceeds 18,000. Important consulate missions include: providing support and service to local Japanese nationals, promoting trade and business development between Japan and the U.S., and strengthening U.S.-Japan relations and mutual understanding through various local economic, educational and cultural activities and exchanges.
Available Position (Full-time): Research Analyst in the Political/Economic Affairs Section
Assistance in consulate efforts to strengthen U.S-Japan trade and investment within the states of Ohio and Michigan; duties include:
- gathering, organizing and analyzing information on relevant economic and political issues in the states;
- administering the consulate’s annual Japanese Direct Investment Survey.
- drafting speeches and official correspondence for the Consul General and Deputy Consul General.
- Four-year university degree;
- Ability to research, analyze and communicate political and economic topics;
- High proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, especially Excel and Access; Photoshop and mapping software experience preferred;
- Good verbal and written communication skills.
Required materials for application: Resume, cover letter, and list of references.
- Electronic submission of the above-mentioned materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Applications will be reviewed within two weeks of receipt; select applicants will be contacted directly to schedule an interview.
*To see original job posting, click here: www.detroit.us.emb-japan.go.jp/en/about/jobposting.htm