FiSSC 福岡県留学生サポートセンター FUKUOKA INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT CENTER

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Fukuoka International Student
Support Center

3F ACROS Fukuoka 1-1-1 Tenjin,
Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka,
810-0001
Fukuoka International Student
Support Center

(inside Kokusai Hiroba)
TEL 092-725-9201
FAX 092-725-9206
Opening hours 10:00-19:00
Open every day except between Dec 29 - Jan 3

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For Companies Wishing to Employ International Students as Part-Timers

The Free Job Placement Service Desk of the Fukuoka International Student Support Center’s Administrative Council offers a free job referral service, based on a permit issued by the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare.
(Permit No.: 40-ム-300012, Permitted date: October 1, 2008)

Feel free to consult with us!

  • Consultation by Phone

    TEL092-725-9201

  • Consultation by Email

    Click here

Flowchart from Registration to Employment

Eligible applicants

International students enrolled in graduate schools, universities, junior colleges and technical colleges located in Fukuoka Prefecture

Area served

Japan

Range of job types

All kinds (For regular employment, only those jobs that are in accordance with the resident status stipulated by the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act)

Items Needed for Job Offer Registration

Points to Remember When Employing International Students

Permission to engage in non-academic activities

Before international students can start a part-time job, they must apply for “permission to engage in activity other than that permitted under the status of residence previously granted.”

Upper limit on working hours

For those with a resident status of “college student,” the maximum number of working hours is stipulated by the Immigration Control Act as described below.

・Permitted working hours per week:
No more than 28 hours
Permitted working hours during long school breaks (summer vacation, winter vacation, etc.):

No more than 8 hours per day

Restrictions on job types

 In keeping with its objective of helping international students to lead a fulfilling student life, FiSSC imposes certain restrictions on job types.

 (Examples of jobs not allowed)
・Dangerous jobs involving driving a car or motorcycle, work at construction sites or outdoor work in high places
Jobs that may be harmful to human health, including work under high/low temperature conditions and the handling of agricultural chemicals
・Illegal jobs, such as multilevel marketing or pyramid sales
Jobs that are educationally unfavorable, such as handing out of flyers on the street, door-to-door sales and work in shops that offer entertainment or amusement
・Other jobs offered under indefinite working conditions

FiSSC has published a
Handbook for Hiring Interantional Students as Part-Timers (PDF), which provides advice to companies employing international students. Please refer to it for more information.

For Companies Wishing to Employ International Students

The Free Job Placement Service Desk of the Fukuoka International Student Support Center’s Administrative Council offers a free job referral service, based on a permit issued by the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare.
(Permit No.: 40-ム-300012, Permitted date: October 1, 2008)

Feel free to consult with us!

  • Consultation by Phone

    TEL092-725-9201

  • Consultation by Email

    Click here

Flowchart from Registration to Employment

Eligible applicants

International students enrolled in graduate schools, universities, junior colleges and technical colleges located in Fukuoka Prefecture, and those engaged in job hunting activities with the resident status of designated activities (non-academic activities after graduation)

Area served

Japan

Range of job types

All kinds (For regular employment, only those jobs that are in accordance with the resident status stipulated by the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act)

Items Needed for Job Offer Registration

  • 1. Please download and fill out the FiSSC-designated Job Offer Application Card (EXCEL).
  • 2. Brochures and other documents describing the company profile and business activities

Your help with scholarships would be greatly appreciated.

The FiSSC Office, operated by the Fukuoka International Exchange Foundation, is
soliciting cooperation in scholarship funding to support international students.
We kindly ask for your generous support and cooperation.