Information Sheet for Applicants for Employers of Indonesia Candidates for "Kangoshi

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Information Sheet for the Institution

Institution ID Number Vacancy

1000033

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Reference No. 1000033-A

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Number of Acceptance in the Facilities listed on the right column

Facility

Reference No.

Information Sheet for the Facility

Institution Number

ID

1000033

Reference Number 1000033-A Region/Prefecture
Number of beds in each category
Beds covered by medical insurance

Region:
Total Number of Beds: 452

Tokai

Prefecture:

Gifu

General beds: Tuberculosis beds:
Internal Medicine Neurological Internal Medicine Cardiology Surgery Neurosurgery Dermatology and Urology Proctology Ophthalmology Radiology Pediatric Dentistry

452 Long-term care beds:
Infectious disease beds:
Psychosomatic Internal Medicine Respiratory Allergy Orthopedics Thoracic Surgery Dermatology Obstetric and Gynecology Otolaryngology Anesthesiology Dentistry and Oral Surgery Psychistry Gastroenterology Rheumatology Plastic Surgery Cardiovascular Surgery Urology Obstetric Bronchoesophagology Dentistry

Mental beds: Other beds:
Neurology
Gastrointestinal Medicine

Pediatrics Cosmetic Surgery Pediactric Surgery Venerology Gynecology Rehabilitation Medicine Orthodontics

Specialization

Others

General beds:

7 to 1

Long-term care beds:

to 1

Mental beds:

to 1 847.3

Average number of inpatients per day:

395.7 Average number of outpatients per day: 13.8 (Full-time: (Full-time: (Full-time: (Full-time: (Full-time: 58 Part-time: 308 Part-time: 9 Part-time: 14 Part-time: 32 Part-time: 33 ) 28 ) 1) 2) 14 )

Average length of stay: Doctors: Nursing-Patients Ratio and etc.
Beds covered by medical insurance

91 336 10 16 46

Registered Nurses: Public Health Nurses: Midwives: Assistant Nurses:

Total Number of nursing staff:

408

【Labor Conditions】
Vacancy 2

Duration of Contract 3 years Place of Work Job Description At the facility assistance of nursing service ( assistance on the recuperation, working about parient care and as a messenger ) 1. Opening/Closing Hour
(1) Opening hour

( 8:30 )

(2) Closing hour

( 17:00 )

【When the following systems are applied to workers】 (2) Modified working hours system: Modified working hours or shift system on a (weekly/monthly/yearly) basis, based on the following combination of working hours Opening/Closing Time, Rest Periods, Change in Shift Work, and Overtime Work Opening hour: Opening hour: Opening hour: Opening hour: Opening hour: ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) ) Closing hour: ( Closing hour: ( Closing hour: ( Closing hour: ( Closing hour: ( ) Day applied: ( ) Day applied: ( ) Day applied: ( ) Day applied: ( ) Day applied: (
) ) ) ) )

2. Rest

60 minutes

3. Presence of Overtime work Yes / No
・Regular; day of every week, National Holidays, Others about 10 days per ( week / month ), Others ( ( days 10 days ) )

Rest day

・Irregular;

・In case of modified working hours system for each year: 1 Annual paid leave: For those working continuously for 6 months or longer For those working less than 6 months ( Yes / No ) ( )

Leave
2 Other leave:

(

)

days after working

months

Paid: marriage leave, paternity leave, bereavement leave etc. Unpaid:
menstrual leave, maternity leave, child-care leave, family-care leave etc.

1 Basic Salary
Before obtaining qualification a. Monthly wage b. Daily wage more than \ more than \ more than \ 161,000 After obtaining qualification more than \ more than \ more than \ 200,900

c. Hourly wage

2 Amount of allowance and method of calculation a.( regular attendance b.( c.( d.( Salary commuting
allowance \ allowance \ allowance \ allowance \

6,000
based on facility's rule

Method of calculation Method of calculation Method of calculation Method of calculation

depend on you were absent and late to work or not based on means of transportation and comuting distance ( from more than 2km )

) ) ) )

3 Additional allowance for overtime/rest day work/night work a. Additional allowance for overtime beyond legal working hour
Additional allowance for overtime beyond scheduled working hour

% 125 % % 135 % 150 %

b. Additional allowance for work on legal rest day Additional allowance for work on scheduled rest day c. Additional allowance for night work 4 Closing day of pay roll: of every month

5 Pay day: 26th ( No.1,2's pay day ) of every month

next 26th ( No.3's pay ) of every month

6. Deduction from wages based on the labor-management agreement: Yes ( fee of staff's mutual aid society) / No 7. Wage raise: (Time and etc. April ) ※ after acqired qualification 8. Bonus: (Yes (Time and amount time: twice a year ( June and December ), amount: basic salary ×4.65 months per year ( 2007) ), No ) 9. Retirement allowance: (Yes (Time: You need work experience 3 or more years in our facility. amount: based on facility's rule. ), No )

1. Retirement age system:

( Yes :

60 years old /

No )

2. Procedure of resignation for personal reasons: You submit your letter of resignation through immediate manager at least 14 days prior to expected of retairement date. Retirement, Resignation and Dismissal 3. Reason and procedure of dismissal (1) You cannot fulfill your duties due to physical or mental disorder, or due to aging, weakening or diseases. (2) Your work performance and efficiency are extremely poor. (3) There are unavoidable reasons. (4) There is cause enough to conclude that you should be dismissed.

Social Insurance/ Labor Insurance

*Application of Health Insurance, Welfare Pension, Workers' Accident Compensation Insurance and Employment Insurance Yes / No

【System of Training】
Training Program See attached Information sheet of "Kangoshi" Training Program

【Others】
Dormitory
Available / Not available

Full Grants (Cost to the Employee: Free) Full self-payment
Grants

(Cost to the Employee: less than \ Partial grants (Cost to the Employee: less than \ 13,000

Accommodations
(Employer shall secure accomodation for the employee)

Floor Plan Distance from facility
Amount of average rent in the neighborhood

type: studio apartment( 21.76㎡ ) , room with bath and toilet 400 m 5 minutes by ( bus / train / walking ) \45,000

(Method to reflect the experience as a nurse in Indonesia to the amount of salary, etc.)
・How to reflect the experience as a nurse in Indonesia to the amount of salary Based on the base pay for unqualified healthcare workers specified in our regulations, the base pay for a nurse from Indonesia is calculated depending on his/her work experience, age and so on. ・Training and support system In order to pass the national examination for nursing license, nurses from Indonesia are allowed to attend classes at our affiliated technical school. The school provides a special curriculum focusing on the national examination from December to March every year. During that period, schoolwork is prioritized over nursing work.

Other Descriptions

To study with students who share the same goal enables effective learning and will definitely make a difference in the result of the examination. The hospital pays 50% of school fees. But if a nurse from Indonesia needs to pay 10,000 yen or more per month depending on how many classes are taken, any excess will be paid by the hospital. Basic needs including textbooks for the national examination are prepared and supplied by the hospital. Since a number of our nurses have experience studying in Australia, daily questions can be asked in English. In order to meet the regional demand, we have 2 staff who serve as English and Portuguese interpreters. Thus our support system can deal with various situations.

Minokamo City is very cosmopolitan, and more than 10% of its population is foreigners. The local government aims to build a multicultural city where foreigners and local Japanese can coexist as members of society, accepting the differences in languages, cultures, and customs. As the only general hospital in the city, our hospital is contributing to that effort in the medical field, as can be seen from our 2 stuff who serve as English and Portuguese interpreters. Therefore, it is significant to train foreign nurses in this region. Our fundamental philosophy is as follows: "Provide medical treatment from the perspective of patients and provide new medical services expected by the local community." Apr. 2001 The city's first PET (Positron Emission Tomography) equipment was introduced into the hospital. Dec. 2005 The Japan's second Tomo Therapy equipment was introduced into the hospital. Apr. 2008 The world's first 320-slice CT for clinical use (Area Detector CT-Aquilion ONE) was introduced into the hospital. May 2008 The second Tomo Therapy equipment was introduced into the hospital for the first time in the world. We are proud that our hospital is contributing to the medical development in Japan as well as in this region. Our support system for the national examination is well-organized by collaborating with the affiliated technical school. Needless to say, it is important for healthcare workers to pass the national examination, and it is also quite important for them to have access to a desirable environment to learn Japanese language. Not only staff who can serve as interpreters but also a number of nurses who have experience studying at Charles Sturt University in Australia are working for our hospital. Accordingly, we believe that we can deal flexibly with any matters related to Japanese language learning and communication. We promise to prepare the ideal environment for living in the community, studying for the national examination, and learning Japanese language. Thus, in order to train nurses who hope to contribute to this region, our hospital will give them all-out support.

Comments

Information sheet of "Kangoshi" Training Program
Institution ID Number Reference Number Region/Prefecture Region: Tokai

1000033
1000033ÿ Prefecture: A Gifu

System of Training/Instruction
Qualification / Work experience
Assistant to the Director of the hospital, Nursing Director Nursing license: Obtained in 1976 Nursing work experience: 31 years Certified nurse administrator : Certified by the Japanese Nursing Association in 2007

Other descriptions

Person in charge of training

Person who supports training

Deputy nursing director Nursing license: Obtained in 1972 Nursing work experience: 36 years Healthcare risk manager: Qualified in 2006

Experience of full-time instructor at a nursing school In charge of practical duties of the Education committee, Nursing department

Method of Training
Items Method of Training Other Descriptions 0ûWorking hours will be adjusted to make it possible to attend classes 0ûThe hospital pays 50% of fees for the
of "basic course" or "specialized course" at the school for nurses and social workers. In particular, from December to March, the crash course in preparation for the national examination is provided. school for nurses and social workers. But if an individual needs to pay ÿå 10,000 or more a month depending on how many classes are taken, any excess will be paid by the hospital.

Subjects for 0ûDuring working hours, 10 hours a month are set aside for selfnational examination learning in a room within the hospital. Depending on the learning

0ûBasic learning materials for selflevel of each trainee, the self-learning hours may be replaced by the learning are prepared and supplied to trainees by the hospital. hours for attending classes at the school for nurses and social workers.

0ûWorking hours will be adjusted to make it easy to attend Japanese 0ûThe hospital pays sponsorship, and
learning programs offered by local volunteer groups. 0ûThe hospital has a number of staff who attended the nursing and health science course at Charles Sturt University, a public university in New South Wales, Australia, and they will assist trainees in nursing assistance work. 0ûNot only the staff who have experience studying overseas but also staff who are fluent in foreign languages including English and Portuguese interpreters will assist trainees in learning Japanese language. each individual is required to pay fees for attending programs and events.

Japanese language training

0ûIn-hospital events
Events held for patients such as cherry-blossom viewing, the Tanabata (star festival on July 7th) concert, the fireworks show in summer, and the Christmas concert are useful to acquire the Promotion of Japanese lifestyle and cultural customs. 0ûIn-hospital club activities In our hospital, various clubs are available. For example, there are the music club, the baseball club, the tennis club, the badminton club, the basketball club, the volleyball club, etc. Through various club activities, staff-to-staff communication is encouraged.

adaptation to workplace/ Acquisition of Japanese lifestyle

Training time for obtaining the qualification is more important than anything. But to participate in inhospital events and club activities is an invaluable opportunity to relieve stress or learn something about the Japanese lifestyle and culture.

Other descriptions

16 staff who have experience studying in Australia, 2 staff who can serve as English and Portuguese interpreters, and other staff who are fluent in foreign languages will assist trainees in preparation for the national examination and daily work.

Information Sheet of Training System of the Facility
ID Number of Institution Reference Number Region/Prefecture Region: Tokai 1000033
1000033ÿ A

Prefecture: Gifu

(1)Training system of special subject

Subsidize expenses for some subjects at correspondence course
Subsidize expenses for some subjects at evening course of training facility/nursing school

Subsidize expenses for some subject at training facility/nursing school/university to health and welfare

0ûSubsidize

(

50

)% of the total expenses

Others ( If you pay 10,000 yen or more per month, facility pays excess expenses. )

Provide an opportunity to take various kinds of training in local areas, etc. 0ûField of training ( (2) Self-learning environment Ensure the time for self-learning during working hours Appropriate daily basis Ensure a place for self-learning Use a room (meeting room, counseling room, etc.) in the facility Use a common space in the dormitory Preparation of materials for self-learning 0û Allow to prepare and lend to supply a book of past questions/simulated questions for the qualifying test 10 hours during hour working hours on a monthly weekly )0 0ûTraining for ÿ ) days per year

Allow

to prepare and lend to supply

a study guide for examination subjects

Allow

to prepare and lend to supply

one or more dictionary(ies) of field(s) related to the examination subjects

Allow

to prepare and lend to supply

an English-Japanese dictionary, Japanese-English dictionary, Japanese dictionary, etc.

Allow

to prepare and lend to supply

materials for self-learning independently created by the facility

Allow

to prepare and lend others ( to supply )

(3) Living environment Have a dormitory, or arrange a place for boarding and subsidize rent, etc. furnished Prepare a room unfurnished
rent and utility costs of the property of which the boarding fee is ( 13,000 ) yen
excluding utility costs rented by the facility rented personally including utility costs

Subsidize (

)% of the rent
30

% across the board when staff member use a cafeteria in the facility yen per month as a maximum

Discount

0 Supply a ticket usable at neighboring restaurants to the extent of
Others

yen per month

(

)

(4) Support for adaptation to the workplace

Systematically implement training for new employees, and training for all employees Training for new employees
0ûImplement for

days

0ûImplement

13

times per year

Training for all employees 0ûImplement for days 0ûImplement 20 times per year

Adequately share information concerning outpatients and inpatients through meetings of service staff, review meetings of cases and implement activities for improvement, etc.

0 Allow the Indonesian to participate in the service staff meeting as a team member
0 Allow the Indonesian to participate in the case review meetings as a team member

0 Allow the Indonesian to participate in other meetings of

ward in which you work as a team member

Staff Supervisor of Training or Supporter of Training with the following Indonesian or English proficiency

ÿ Experience of using Indonesian or Englishÿ 0000 Have experience(s) of studying in an Indonesian-speaking country(ies) 0000 Have experience(s) of conducting business in Indonesian 0000 Have experice/s of studying in an English-speaking country/ies 0000 Have experice/s of conducting business in an English-speaking country/ies Others (Holding Indonesian or English qualifications) 0000 Test of Practical English Proficiency Grade Qualified in TOEFL score Marked in
The United Nations Associations Test of English (UNATE) Grade
( )

TOEIC score Marked in

Qualified in 0000 The Indonesian Language Proficiency Examination Grade Qualified in 0000 Other qualifications ÿ Experience of using Indonesian or Englishÿ 0000 Have experience(s) of studying in an Indonesian-speaking country(ies) 0000 Have experience(s) of conducting business in Indonesian 0000 Have experice/s of studying in an English-speaking country/ies 0000 Have experice/s of conducting business in an English-speaking country/ies Others (Holding Indonesian or English qualifications) 0000 Test of Practical English Proficiency Grade Qualified in TOEFL score Marked in
The United Nations Associations Test of English (UNATE) Grade
( )

Qualified in

Staff Supporter of Training with the following Indonesian or English proficiency

TOEIC score Marked in

Qualified in 0000 The Indonesian Language Proficiency Examination Grade Qualified in 0000 Other qualifications ÿ Experience of using Indonesian or Englishÿ 0000 Have experience(s) of studying in an Indonesian-speaking country(ies) 0000 Have experience(s) of conducting business in Indonesian 0000 Have experice/s of studying in an English-speaking country/ies 0000 Have experice/s of conducting business in an English-speaking country/ies Others (Holding Indonesian or English qualifications)
0000 Test of Practical English Proficiency Grade
( )

Qualified in

Staff Supporter of Training with the following Indonesian or English proficiency

Qualified in TOEFL score Marked in
The United Nations Associations Test of English (UNATE) Grade

TOEIC score Marked in

Qualified in 0000 The Indonesian Language Proficiency Examination Grade Qualified in 0000 Other qualifications Qualified in

(5) Training system for learning of Japanese language, acquisition of living habits, etc.

Subsidize expenses to join a Japanese-language school

Subsidize expenses to enter a special department for foreign students at the university center for international education

Subsidize expenses to attend a volunteer class, circle, etc. for learning of Japanese language

Subsidize

% of the total expenses

Others ( we bear supporting expense. )

Participation in regional activities, home stay and similar, cooperation with a community, exchange event, etc. Open the facility to the community at the time of events Participate in regional events Implement home stay Exchange with regional schools Accept regional volunteers )

Open part of the facility as a venue for regional exchange Others (

(6) Performance of acceptance in the training of nursing and care services

Currently accepting trainees from the training schools for nurses or training facility for "Kaigofukushishi" for practical training 000 Currently accepting trainees from the training school for nurses for practical training Currently accepting trainees from the training facility for "Kaigofukushishi" (7) Past experiences of acceptance 000 Past experiences of accepting foreign nurses (limited to those who have the status of residence in the field of "medical treatment") • Most recent time of acceptance ( ) month ( ) year • Number of foreign nurses accepted most recently ( • Total number of foreign nurses accepted to date ( ) )

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