Getting a Job With Japanese Consultancy Padeco

Yuichiro Motomura founded Padeco in 1983 after returning from the United States. The Japanese consultancy is proud of its international flair. Photo by: Padeco

Padeco is continuously looking to hire junior and senior staff for permanent and short-term engagements. The Japanese consultancy has been looking to hire two fresh university graduates for 2009, and plans to add three or four permanent employees and several dozens of project-based staff by the end of the year.

Padeco is “continuously hiring new staff,” according to Yuichiro Motomura, the Japanese consultancy’s president, and Yukiko Hotta, director and chief financial officer, director and chief financial officer.

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  • Silvia Sartori

    Silvia Sartori was awarded a bachelor's in international diplomatic sciences from Trieste University, a post-graduate certificate on business in China from the Milan-based Institute of International Political Studies and a master's in Asian studies from Lund University. During a three-year residence in China, she worked in the private sector before joining the European Union Chamber of Commerce. She was also deeply involved with local and foreign nonprofit groups. She has contributed to Italian and foreign media with articles and reports from Asia. Silvia served as a Devex fellow in the first half of 2008. Silvia is fluent in Italian, English French and German and has a working knowledge of Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese.

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