In charge of database management and data creation * Manager candidate

Company is not publicly visible
JPY 5,000,000 - 7,000,000
Tokyo, Japan

Posted 2019-Nov-08  by j Career Co.,Ltd. / 株式会社 j Career (Recruiter)

Job Description

    ・ All numerical management, creation and operation related to clinics using BI tools
    ・ BI conversion and operation of PHP tools currently in use
    ・ We plan to request advertisement-related work in cooperation with other departments
    ・ Other related work

Job Requirement

    ・ Basic to intermediate level database management / operation experience
    ・ Experienced in system development using database

    [Preferential treatment]
    -Experience in database management
    -Experience creating and operating PHP
    ・ Those who have communication skills

Language Ability

  • Japanese : Native Level

Job Summary


j Career Co.,Ltd. / 株式会社 j Career

Employment Company

Company is not publicly visible

Job Type

IT (Mainframe) - Database SE

IT (Mainframe) - Project Manager


Medical/Healthcare Services


JPY 5,000,000 - 7,000,000

Other Salary Description

* Experience and ability are considered
Expected monthly income: 340,000 to 410,000 yen
Bonus: Twice a year (July and December. Last year's results for 2 months x 2)
Salary increase: Once a year (April)
Payment of bounty (when company-wide sales target is achieved)

Social insurance: Health insurance: Yes Employees' pension: Yes Work accident insurance: Yes Employment insurance: Yes

Full payment of overtime, full payment of transportation expenses, etc.


Asia Japan Tokyo

Working Hours

10: 00-19: 00
* Overtime is about 20 hours a month


125 days of holidays (Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays) (Saturdays and Sundays work several times a month.
Year-end and New Year holidays (12/29-1/3), paid leave, maternity leave, childcare leave, care leave, Keio leave, special leave

Job Contract Period

Full-time employment
* There is a trial period of 3 to 6 months (contract employee employment, salary minus 10,000 yen during the trial period)
* More than 90% of employees are switched to regular employees

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