Join us and experience a change in your life at MOS BURGER!
Working at MOS BURGER you will have the opportunity to embark on an exciting journey at one of our restaurants,
and find yourself becoming more influential and helpful to others.
A MOS BURGER is a hamburger Store originating in Japan that offers high-quality food products inspired by Japanese culinary culture at reasonable prices. MOS BURGER Stores are available all across Japan, from Hokkaido to Okinawa.
A As long as the applicant is of high school age or older, there is no age restriction.
A Yes, they can. Interviews are conducted in Japanese, so we prefer our applicants to have JLPT N1-grade proficiency.
A You do not need any particular documentation to complete your employment contract. However, if you are a foreign national you will need to provide a passport, resident card or similar documentation proving your status of residence in Japan, or a "Permission to Engage in Activity Other Than That Permitted under the Status of Residence Previously Granted" certificate (shikaku-gai katsudo no kyoka).
A A clean, presentable appearance is very important when working in the food service industry. Fingernail polish, for example, is prohibited (even clear polish). Rules regarding hair length and coloring as well as other restrictions will be explained during your interview.
A You may apply even if you have no experience. We will provide thorough training using our company manual.
A As one might imagine, some employees are placed in charge of preparing hamburgers, drinks and other food products. Regardless of your assigned tasks, the most important part of the job is greeting every customer with a smile. MOS BURGER staff are also responsible for operating the cash registers, giving/delivering products to customers, cleaning and other such tasks. MOS BURGER employees are able to work as both cooks in the kitchen and as waiters in the dining area.
A All employees are high school age or older, encompassing a wide age range from students and homemakers to senior citizens.