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Mogic places great emphasis on training.
Because we aim to create sustainable service through teamwork
As part of our company culture, we take the time to train our employees in basic skills.
New hires with no social experience can continue their own training to become professionals if they are a good fit with the company; mid-career hires with no IT experience are trained in the same sequential manner.
Even student interns have one-on-one discussions with the executive director and chief of staff. This is approximately one hour each week, and through dialogue, students can learn perspectives on things that cannot be learned from books or the experiences of their peers.
We do not share much that is useful only when you belong to a company called Mogic. Rather, we share what is useful in the medium to long term for a person as he or she lives through capitalism.
The biggest problem for students is not being able to change their internship workdays and neglecting their schoolwork; at Mogic, students can freely change their workdays and hours by applying in advance.
When raising children, school events and sudden fevers can make it difficult to come to work. In such cases, we can change the day or time to come to work to cover for them through teamwork.
High school students and even people over 60 years old can work for IT companies, no matter their age, as long as they match what Mogic is looking for at the time and can join the team.
We are a company that values teamwork. To avoid bottlenecks caused by any one person holding up the work, we ask our employees to follow three basic rules: be on time, keep your word, and be frank. We enforce the basics to ensure a comfortable work environment.
We also value the importance of growing together. We have a department that specializes in in-house training, and we implement a curriculum tailored to each individual, receiving feedback and making improvements.
In principle, overtime and working on holidays are prohibited. However, if it is difficult to do so, it is sufficient to explain why it could not be done during business hours, and the content of the explanation itself is not questioned.
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This position involves system development for web services, using PHP and MySQL, as well as extensive development in ObjectiveC and Java for application development.
This position is responsible for the design and implementation of the direction and front-end architecture in the UI.
(Our own brand services "LearnO" e-learning system and "Pholly" cloud-based class support system) will be proposed and sold.
The position will perform clerical work in the office, primarily sales related tasks. (This includes data entry in Excel, answering phones, creating documents, mailing work, etc.)
You will explain the company's services to clients at online seminars and narrate the video recording.
This position is responsible for the design and coding of websites and applications. It deals with a wide range of knowledge from concept design, UI/UX design to CSS design. In addition, this position is not limited to digital design, but is also involved in the company's branding, including internal displays and promotional materials.
This position is primarily responsible for administrative work, mainly supporting operations related to public relations and recruitment. In addition, you will take photos, write text, and assist in content creation for social networking sites and the company's web media.
You will create and disseminate articles on a variety of internal items according to the audience to which you wish to deliver them.
This position serves as a bridge between sales, designers, engineers, and customers involved in the service and ensures the smooth progress of the project. In addition to service operation, they are responsible for a wide range of tasks such as market research, service analysis, improvement proposals, and marketing work.
Performs clerical work with a focus on providing operational support to the Market Direction team.
Performs clerical work in the office, primarily tasks related to general affairs, accounting, human resources, and public relations. This includes data entry in Excel, answering phones, preparing documents, and mailing work.