Monthly Archives: May 2013

Job Opportunity for Japanese speaker

Courtney C. Whittaker | HR Manager
Buffalo Technology (USA), Inc.
11100 Metric Blvd, Ste. 750 | Austin, TX 78758
(512) 349-1305 | courtneyw @ buffalotech.com
www.buffalotech.com

Company Description:
Based in Austin, TX, Buffalo Technology (USA) is a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of network and direct attached storage and wired and wireless networking solutions. With offices worldwide and deeply rooted industry alliances, Buffalo weaves innovation, reliability, practicality and performance into each product we manufacture and ship. Our goal is to provide top of the line storage and networking products that take our customers to the next level at a price they can afford.

Buffalo Technology (USA) is currently recruiting for an Executive Administrative Assistant/Translator role. This position will support the Chief Executive Officer and the Vice President of Sales & Operations.

Main Job Functions:
• Translate Japanese to English and English to Japanese for the Chief Executive Officer in meetings, conference calls, and in written form as well.
• Manage and maintain executives’ schedules
• Prepare invoices, reports, memos, letters, emails and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, or presentation software
• Schedule executives’ travel
• Special projects as assigned

Skills/Qualifications:
• Attention to detail and highly organized
• Confident and articulate speaker
• Knowledge of the structure and content of the English and Japanese language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar
• Able to communicate effectively and efficiently to all levels of employees
• Intermediate to Advance in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
• 3 years of experience

Buffalo Technology (USA),Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Get Involved in the Graduate Student Assembly

From: Nicole Cunningham n.cunningham (@) utexas.edu
Get involved as a student representative! Positions are available for committees in the following areas: General Faculty, Graduate Assembly, Graduate Studies, and more. Student representatives play a vital role as ambassadors to the university. Their service helps guarantee that students’ interests are represented in may decisions that affect the University community.

Applications will be due on Wednesday, May 15th by 5 pm to the Graduate Student Assembly office (SAC 3.102) or via email to Columbia Mishra at 
columbia.mishra (@) utexas.edu. Applicants may be contacted for an interview once all applications have been reviewed.

Nicole Cunningham

Communications Director
Graduate Student Assembly
University of Texas at Austin