Corporate Affairs – Administrator
Position Summary: Provide administrative support to a variety of corporate programs including company vehicles, uniform program and Associate Involvement (JUMP) Program. This role is responsible for document and meeting translation/interpretation as well as the support of Japanese expatriates and their families.
- Translate various documents (presentation materials, technical documents, manual, emails, etc) for production and administration departments as well as the Board of Directors both to and from English to Japanese
- Interpret during a variety of formal and informal meetings (New Model Group, Production Meeting, QA, Stamping, etc.) to support effective business communications
- Facilitate Japanese expatriates’ families and assist visitors / supporters from Japan
- Communicate with Head Office in Japan when requested
- Secretary to Board members of FPC (When required)
- Administer company vehicle program including coordinating new leases, maintenance requests and insurance administration
- Administer all aspects of the JUMP program including; database administration, Associate support, and incentive coordination
- Take uniform requests and communicate with the uniform company while monitoring the internal uniform administration system
- Make travel/hotel/rental car/restaurant reservations for associates, Managers, Sr. Managers and Board members when requested
- Mail or ship documents/goods by regular mail and couriers (FedEx, etc.)
- Fill out Requisition form or Ringi form to purchase necessary office supplies
- Other tasks/duties as assigned by Manager or Board Members
- Speak both English and Japanese fluently
- Read and write Japanese at a fluent level
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- Previous interpreting and translation experience in a manufacturing environment preferred
- Must have good interpersonal skills
- Plant and office environment.
- Regularly exposed to dust, grease/oil, odors, noise, smoke, etc. while on production floor
- Accompany Japanese expatriates’ families to go to local schools, hospital, government offices, etc.