Opportunities at ACT

Educational program for Healthcare workers in preparation for the Tokyo Olympic Games

Our 2020 Study Group are in training to serve the visitors for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. We personally train individuals with the skills needed to serve the English speaking community. Candidates are carefully selected through our screening process. Please send in your resume/CV to be enrolled in the program. Group 3 Level 1 candidate interviews are being conducted. Please send in your resume/CV if you would like to participate (details can be found below). Sessions will start when qualified individuals have been selected.

Nurses, physicians, psychologists, laboratory technicians, pharmacists, receptionists, medical translators, medical students and other healthcare workers may apply. Candidates must be able to communicate in English and Japanese. This program is addressed to non-native English speakers but native speakers may apply if you accept leadership roles within your group. Candidates must be committed to serve the foreign community.

Participants who have completed the requirements will be awarded with a token of achievement. The token is a metal embossed golden star pin. It comes from the stars on an American flag. The 2020 represents our objective of serving foreigners for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. It is intended to identify the wearer as someone who has gained specific skills and knowledge at the American Clinic Tokyo. Only 💯 pins have been made. 41/100 have been issued and 59/100 remain to be issued. So, please consider joining our study group. We look forward to your participation.

IMPORTANT: All candidates applying to the American Clinic Tokyo (any position) must send resume/CV to mikasa@americanclinictokyo.com. Emails addressed otherwise may not be answered. Part-time work may become available but will only be disclosed to candidates that have sent in their CV. Candidates must read, write and speak English at a native level (Japanese conversational level). You must have a Japanese working visa and a local license to be involved in direct patient care.