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Anycolor Opens Up Applications for Part-Time Nijisanji QA Checker

Anycolor has opened up applications for a job as a Nijisanji QA checker for both Japanese and English talents. The job will pay 1,113 JPY ($7.30) per hour. [Thanks, Rima Evenstar!]

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You can check out the job requirements from the application form, which is only in Japanese. Working hours are 10am to 9pm JST, and the company is looking for students in post-secondary education who will graduate after 2026. While this job’s pay may seem quite low, 1,113 JPY per hour is the highest minimum wage in Tokyo as of October 2023.

As for what the job entails, you will be supporting Anycolor talents so that they can perform at their best, as well as checking their contents for quality assurance before they release it. This can include videos, illustrations, voices, goods, and such. You’ll need to know basic IT literacy, as well as have knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. As well, you’ll need to work in the Roppongi office, though there’s a chance that it’ll shift to a WFH situation.

For those who want to work as QA for the English branch, your English must be of conversational level or better. While not a requirement, having knowledge of Chinese and Korean would be a boon. Strangely, you do not need to have knowledge in Microsoft Suite if you want to work for the English branch.

This position is likely part of reformations that Tazumi promised in investor meetings for Anycolor. As a result of the controversies surrounding livers such as Selen Tatsuki, Anycolor CEO Tazumi promised more oversight, as well as stricter requirements for VTubers in the company. Part of the issues stemmed from a lack of English support for those who cannot communicate with the Japanese staff. This is probably why English proficiency is more valued than IT literacy for the English QA staff.

In order to apply for a job as a Nijisanji QA checker at Anycolor, you must be a current university student set to graduate after 2026 in Japan.


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