Career Opportunities for Caregiver in Japan
As an OFW, or overseas Filipino worker, you know that finding the right job is only half the battle. Once you’ve landed the position, you still have to deal with things like contracts, living arrangements, and, of course, your health insurance. This is where an HMO or health maintenance organization can be a lifesaver. But with so many options out there, how do you choose the right one? Look no further than HMO International Resources, Inc. We are a licensed and accredited land-based manpower agency with over 15 years of experience in providing top-notch placement services for OFWs bound for countries in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.
What We Offer
When it comes to your health and wellbeing, you shouldn’t have to settle for anything less than the best. That’s why we only work with pre-qualified and highly reputable companies that provide comprehensive health insurance coverage for their employees. We understand that as an OFW, you already have enough on your plate without having to worry about whether or not your medical needs will be taken care of in case of an emergency.
In addition to our extensive network of employer partners, we also offer a wide range of support services to help make your transition to working abroad as smooth as possible. From processing your documents and securing your visa to arranging your travel and accommodation, we’ll take care of everything so you can focus on what’s important—starting your new job and building a better future for yourself and your family.
Why Choose Us?
There are many reasons why you should entrust your Overseas Employment Program (OEP) application with us. Here are just a few:
• We are licensed by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) to engage in the business of manning ships and recruiting seafarers for overseas employment (License No. POEA-247-LB-121315-R).
• We are accredited by the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) as a Manning Agency (Accreditation No. 0327).
• We are affiliated with various government institutions such as the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Bureau of Immigration (BI), Overseas Workers Welfare Association (OWWA), Technical Education Skills Development Authority (TESDA), Professional Regulations Commission (PRC), among others.
• We have a highly dedicated team of professional recruitment consultants who will assist you every step of the way—from preparing your documents to securing your visa to making sure you’re settled into your new job successfully.
• We offer competitive placement fees and terms so you can get started on your dream job without breaking the bank.
Career Opportunities for Caregiver in Japan
- Vacancies: 100
- Salary per month: JPY 50,000 – 60,000 (Php 19,606 – 23,528)
Caregiver Duties and Responsibilities
Provide Personal Care Services
Personal care services involve assisting with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, eating, using the restroom, and grooming. As a caregiver, you will need to be able to provide these services in a way that is respectful of the individual’s privacy and dignity. You will also need to be able to communicate effectively with the individual and understand his or her personal preferences.
Perform Light Housekeeping Tasks
Caregivers often assist with light housekeeping tasks such as laundry, meal preparation, grocery shopping, and running errands. The goal is to help the individual maintain a clean, safe, and comfortable environment.
Caregivers frequently provide companionship by engaging in conversation, playing games, reading aloud, and participating in other activities that are enjoyable for both the caregiver and the individual. This time spent together can be extremely beneficial for individuals who are isolated or have limited social interaction.
If the individual is taking medication, it will be important for you to monitor him or her to ensure that the medication is taken as prescribed. You may need to remind the individual when it is time to take medication or even administer the medication yourself. It is also important to be aware of any side effects that the individual experiences after taking medication.
- A minimum of 1 year(s) of working experience is required.
- Candidates must be a Vocational Diploma / Short Course Certificate holder in Others or similar fields.
- Willing to undergo Japanese Language Training
- JLPT N4-N3 Passer is an Advantage, J.Test Level E and Nat-Test Level 4
Principal / Employer: HMO International Human Resources
Principal / Employer Address: HMO International Human Resources
Placement: Please be reminded that as per POEA regulations, the placement fee is up to a maximum of one (1) month’s salary.
For manpower pooling only. Beware of illegal recruiters and human traffickers.
How to Apply:
For interested applicants please click the link to apply: https://www.workabroad.ph/job/3153964 and be sure to upload your updated CV or resume.
AGENCY OFFICE ADDRESS
For further information, you may contact the recruitment agency at telephone number 5228714; 4002757 or submit your application via email so the recruiter can contact you for further instructions. Walk in applicants can also visit the agency to submit their CV for immediate screening. The office of H.M.O. International Human Resources is located at Units 201 & 202, Aussie Tower, 1418 MH Del Pilar, Ermita, Manilais Ermita, Manila, Philippines.