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Plumber job opening in Japan for Nepali workers with good salary

Nepalese workers are increasingly seeking good job opportunities in Japan with attractive salary packages. The country offers free visa and free tickets for those who wish to work there, making it an attractive destination for Nepalese workers looking to build a better future for themselves. In order to ensure that Nepalese workers get the best possible working conditions, they should look out for companies that offer a fair and transparent remuneration system.

The duties of a plumber can vary depending on the specific job and the employer, but generally include: Installing and repairing plumbing systems: This includes water supply lines, drainage systems, fixtures (such as toilets and sinks), and appliances (such as water heaters and dishwashers). Inspecting and diagnosing plumbing issues: Plumbers must be able to identify problems with plumbing systems and determine the best course of action to fix them. Reading blueprints and specifications: Plumbers must be able to read and interpret technical drawings and specifications to ensure that they are installing plumbing systems correctly.

Maintaining plumbing systems: Plumbers must be able to perform routine maintenance on plumbing systems to ensure that they are functioning properly and to prevent future problems. Communicating with clients: Plumbers must be able to communicate with clients to understand their needs and explain the work that needs to be done. Troubleshooting: When problems arise, plumbers must be able to quickly identify the cause and come up with a solution to fix the issue.

Adhering to safety standards: Plumbers must follow safety guidelines and use proper safety equipment when working with plumbing systems to prevent injuries and accidents. Providing customer service: Plumbers must be able to provide good customer service by being polite, professional, and knowledgeable about their work. Estimating costs: Plumbers may be responsible for estimating the costs of materials and labor for a particular job. Keeping records: Plumbers may need to keep records of the work they have done, including invoices, work orders, and other paperwork. Contact office in Nepal. Grand Suite Job Private Limited in Kathmandu

Nepal Recruiting Agency Name Grand Suite Job Private Limited
Lot Number 281453
Country Name Japan

 

Company Name Er Plus Cooperative Association
Approval Date Information 2079/11/12

The Department of Foreign Labor provides the following information

  1. Your deposit should be made after you have received a personal visa from the company. Collect the voucher as soon as possible
  2. here are Nepalese diplomatic offices in the countries where you are employed or will be employed. Make sure to note their contact information. You can easily contact them when necessary
  3. Don’t give more than the amount listed on the document
  4. You must go through orientation before you can work abroad
  5. For employment abroad, please make sure you carefully research the country, the company, and the perks you will receive before traveling. You should only sign the agreement once you have read it carefully. Make sure you have a copy of this document on hand
  6. When traveling abroad, it is best to use the Nepali airport rather than other airports, since there are chances of being conned otherwise
    Please contact the Department of Foreign Labor, Tahachal if you have any questions about this ad

The following instructions are important if you are considering foreign employment

  • Before applying, check all LT details
  • Knowing how much of your quota is left will help you decide whether to apply. It’s possible the quota was met
  • Find out whether recruitment agencies and foreign employers have a transaction history. You can search for it using Google
  • Sending an SMS will allow you to receive the information at any time. To send it to 34001, type LT [space] [Lt-Number]

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