March 31, 2020 GPSS Group
GPSS Group Expands Recruitment in Response to the COVID-19 Epidemic
GPSS Group (Group representatives: Masaaki Mezaki, and Takahiro Kurata, hereinafter referred to as GPSS Group) is conducting recruitment activities for students who were affected by cancellation of job offers due to the spread of the new corona virus (COVID-19) and for those who have received resignation recommendations. In light of the situation, we will be conducting online interviews and expedited hiring. [Recruitment Guidelines] ■ Eligibility (any of the following): ・ Recent graduates ・ Students whose recruitment have been withdrawn proposals due to the impact of the new coronavirus ・ People who were advised by a company in employment to resign due to the impact of the new coronavirus. ■ Open Job Categories: ・ Regular ・ Technical ■ Joining the company: Any date after April 2020 (negotiable) ■ Method of application: Please apply on GPSS Group’s official recruitment website. https://gpssgroup.jp/recruit_en/ ■ Selection process Web site application → 2 interviews (online) → preliminary offer of employment [Contact for this matter] Person in charge of recruiting GPSS Mail: email@example.com TEL: 080-2330-9881 / Sayaka Kobayashi (Ms.) [GPSS Group] Based on the corporate philosophy of ‘Realizing a Sustainable Society by Utilizing Sustainable Energy,’ GPSS Group, including GPSS Holdings Inc. (Co-Representative Board Director & CEO: Masaaki Mezaki, hereinafter referred to as GPSS Holdings), develops, arranges, and invests in power generation projects using sustainable energy in five fields: solar power, wind power, small and medium-sized hydroelectric power, geothermal power, biogas, and WTP1*1. Our mission is to realize a truly sustainable society by further realizing ‘Grid Parity’ in which electricity costs from sustainable energy are less than the costs of existing electricity. We will continue to aim to build a sustainable society through value sharing and co-creation with people in all fields. *1 WTP: WTP (Waste to Power) refers to a power generation system using a variety of organic wastes such as food wastes, animal and plant waste oils, animal and plant residues, wood wastes, etc. as a raw material, as well as power generation by methane-fermentation using conventional livestock manure, taking organic wastes in general as a raw material for power generation. We will implement initiatives to convert ‘waste’ into ‘resources’ by effectively utilizing unused waste as a raw material for power generation.