Three Fijian women to work at Narita Airport
May 2, 2018 12:57 am
Three women who have been selected to work at the Narita Airport in Japan were given their eligibility certificate by the Immigration Department of Japan.
The certificate is an evidence that these women meet the conditions to work in Japan.
Free Bird Institute Chief Financial Officer, Waisale Iowane, says the women received their contracts early last month.
Iowane says the initial job duration is one year which is subject to review.
“What is also given to them is the certificate of eligibility that has been issued by the Immigration Department of Japan is actually for five years – which means if the contract are renewed then that certificate of eligibility still carries them through five-years.”
The three will work as Airport Services Assistants at the Narita Airport.
They were selected out of more than two hundred Fijians who had applied for the job late last year.