- December 1, 2016
- We start accepting the entries of research positions for Ph.D. students who join our company at April 2018.
We will start accepting them for bachelor or master students in accordance with the Federation of Economic Organizations.
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*The following content is based on data as of April 2016.
|Job description||Research, clinical trials for development, MR, etc. (not fixed yet)|
|Entrance requirements||- Students who will graduate from a four-year university course or complete a graduate school in March 2017
(including students specializing in veterinary medicine, pharmacy, etc., who will graduate from a six-year university course)
- Persons who graduated from the schools described above in the last three years (i.e., between March 2014 and March 2016)
* Applications from such persons who have already engaged in some kind of work are not received.
|Documents required for application||(1) Personal history
* The kinds of required documents vary according to the type of job.
|Starting salary (as of April 2016)||Person who has finished a graduate school’s doctor course: 291,600 yen per month
Person who has finished a graduate school’s master course: 257,600 yen per month
Person who has graduated from a university: 230,000 yen per month
|Pay rise, bonus||Pay rise: once per year
Bonus: twice per year
|Allowances||House allowance, sales allowance, discretionary work allowance, commuting allowance (to cover all commuting expenses), and others|
* Flexible hours, a discretionary work system, or a de facto working hours system applies to some types of jobs.
|Holidays, leaves||Complete five-day workweek system (with Saturday and Sunday off), public holidays, year-end and New Year holidays, flexible holidays (four days per year), annual paid holidays (up to 23 days, 18 days for first-year employees), special leave for weddings and funerals, Golden Week holidays, maternity leave, step-up leave, volunteer leave, and others|
|Welfare||Systems: housing loan, general loan, “nest-egg” saving, employee stock ownership, and Well Net Club (a benefit association)
Facilities: dormitory for singles, company-owned houses, tennis court, and ground (for all establishments in Japan)
Insurances: contracts for the use of resort facilities in various parts of Japan,
health insurance, welfare pension, employment insurance, workmen’s compensation insurance, and nursing insurance
|Education and training||- Program to cover all employees
- Special programs for various divisions
- Self-development programs (SIP)