About Nick Pollock, TMC Japan

Nick PollockA native of Australia, Nick Pollock relocated to Japan in 1997, where he worked as a Recruitment Consultant with ACCESS Japan. He combined this experience with his education in marketing, human resources, and business to help establish TMC Japan, a technology specialist recruitment firm that strives to provide its clients with personalized service and lasting results. Since its development in 2003, TMC Japan and Nick Pollock have gained a thorough understanding of the Japanese market and the needs and desires of employers and potential employees, which facilitates their recruitment and placing process.

As Managing Partner, Mr. Pollock oversees 25 consultants in Japan and other Asian countries. The team possesses enthusiasm, talent, and dedication. The team also specializes in helping clients change jobs, offering training on resume writing and interview skills. TMC Japan lists new jobs daily and allows users to submit their resumes and job histories online to better reach potential employers. Learn more about the company by visiting http://www.tmcjapan.com.

Mr. Pollock grew up in Australia where he attended La Trobe University and earned a Bachelor of Business in Marketing with a minor in Human Resources. He greatly enjoyed the sales management component of his education. He moved to Japan and worked for the Board of Education in Nagano, Japan, gaining knowledge of local customs and culture before entering the recruitment industry. Mr. Pollock is married to a former Miss Indonesia finalist and helps in her efforts to raise donations for Indonesian orphans. In his leisure time, he enjoys traveling and watching Australian football.

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