The consumer goods company Japan Tobacco International invites you to participate in the Excellence rotation development program. As part of the theme “Relations with government authorities,” participants will rotate into two teams and work in seven areas, several months in each.

During this time, specialists will be able to immerse themselves in the company’s key business processes and gain the knowledge necessary for further growth. You can learn more about the program on the website.

Japan Tobacco International launches paid rotation program in Government Relations

Who is the program for?

The program is open to professionals with experience in government relations or related fields and knowledge of English at an intermediate or higher level.

What the company offers

  • The initial salary in the first year of participation in the program is 200 thousand rubles, and 220 thousand rubles from the second year (before deduction of personal income tax).

  • A one-time payment for organizing a comfortable working environment at home in the amount of 30 thousand rubles.

  • Hybrid work format.

  • VHI with dentistry, life insurance and travel insurance.

  • For those who do not live in Moscow, compensation for moving expenses and assistance with rent in accordance with the internal policies of the program.

It is also possible to move to another city as part of one of the program rotations.

Apply now You can participate until October 8.


Irina Pecherskaya

Source: RB

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