|Office||Tokyo Office (Headquarters)|
|Team||Supply Chain Procurement Division|
|Languages||Spanish, English, Japanese|
|Education||BA in Linguistics and Spanish-English-Japanese translation from University of Santiago, Chile MA in International Cooperation Policies from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan|
Supply Chain Procurement Division
Voted #1 in the market in 2014, the Supply Chain & Procurement Division has 13 members and successfully introduces over 100 people each year across all industries for positions including supply chain, direct & indirect procurement, logistics, demand/supply & production planning, customer service/order management, quality/EHS, 3PL Sales & Operations, and more. As one of the first Supply Chain & Procurement teams established in Japan, the team has built its success as an industry leader by establishing solid trust relationships with our clients and has a vast network and database of 12,000 SCM & Procurement professionals, growing at a pace of 2,000 people every year. Our consultants maintain a broad and clear picture of both the Japan and Asia talent markets, enabling us to provide truly long-term career and recruitment consulting to our clients who repeatedly come back to us for support and advice. We sincerely look forward to assisting with your career building & hiring needs.
Born in Santiago, Chile, Daniel studied Japanese language and culture in Chile and came to Japan sponsored by the Japanese government (Monbukagakusho scholarship) for one year at the Osaka University of Foreign Studies. After returning to and graduating in Chile, Daniel was awarded another scholarship by the Japanese government for a Masters program in International Cooperation Policies at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Oita. Daniel started his career as part of the international sales division for Latin America at in the Tokyo headquarters of NEC Corporation, where he supported several projects and companies in terms of product marketing and project execution. In 2014, he joined en world where he focuses on Supply Chain Management. Daniel utilizes the combination of his language abilities, his experience in international environments and experience in very traditional Japanese companies to find the best matches for both candidates and companies.