<Deadline 1/22: 2021 Recruitment of regional revitalization cooperation team> Would you like to work in Niseko Town Currently 23 members

Jobs & Volunteering

The Niseko area, also known as a "miracle place" by ski and snowboard enthusiasts. Niseko Town, where the international resort is located, is a vibrant town that has been visited by many tourists from home and abroad, has many immigrants since ancient times, and has a growing population.
 
Agriculture is the main industry as well as tourism, and rich nature and landscapes are spreading. Tourism is attracting attention, but I believe that Niseko Town The diverse human resources who live in this area are also attractive to the town.
 
Niseko Town values the natural environment and has been selected by the government as an "Eco-Model City" and "SDGs Future City".
 
In addition, we have established the “Niseko Town Basic Regulations of Community Development”, which is said to be the first constitution of a town in Japan, and we are working together with diverse human resources, such as the town hall, townspeople, and Niseko fans outside the town Is proceeding.
 
We are looking for a "community revitalization cooperation corps" who can act independently as a leader of the town development and community of Niseko Town

There are 23 active members (almost half of men and women). Let's liven up Niseko Town with our senior members.
 
* We will also recruit proposals that will be used independently for the town development of Niseko Town, with our own skills, experience, and passion.
※ In addition, even if there is no special skills, feats, Niseko Town passion for Yachimata building, Niseko Town get applicants unusual thoughts with a desire to live in, also performs recruiting activities adjustment type.


For details, please check the following site. You can check the application guidelines and application documents.

 
Let's work together!


地元紙の一つ北海道新聞の特集「北海道 移住者たちの選択」で、2020年10月から協力隊となった5人が連続で紹介されています。動画での紹介もあり。

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