ExxonMobil and its predecessor companies have done business in Japan for over a century. Affiliates of Standard Oil of New York (SOCONY) and Vacuum Oil set up branch offices in Yokohama in 1893, selling kerosene and lubricants.
Throughout its history, ExxonMobil has evolved to meet the dynamic needs of the energy sector and the restructuring of Japan in June 2012 was a continuation of that process. ExxonMobil Japan (EMJ) is operating as a 100% ExxonMobil affiliate. EMJ remains committed to customers, suppliers, venders and society in Japan and in the Asia Pacific region by maintaining a strong market presence and supplying a number of products and services.Learn more
ExxonMobil is a dynamic, exciting place to work.
ExxonMobil is committed to meeting the growing demand for energy and to power the world responsibly. With a workforce of more than 70,000 employees, our career-oriented approach to developing an exceptional workforce includes recruiting outstanding talent and supporting long-term professional development. Each one of our employees is empowered to think independently, take initiative and be innovative.
Whether it is understanding the link between our global operations and financials or using different languages to interface with business partners, whether it is taking part in large IT projects using the technology of tomorrow or using your trouble-shooting skills to support our global supply chain, you’ll find that no two jobs are alike – every position requires a different skill set.
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Malaria No More Japan
Malaria is preventable, treatable and curable. ExxonMobil supports a wide range of prevention, treatment, research and advocacy programs to end deaths from malaria.
As ExxonMobil Japan, we support Malaria No More Japan through various activities.
The TOMODACHI Initiative is a public-private partnership, born out of support for Japan’s recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake, that invests in the next generation of Japanese and American leaders through educational and cultural exchanges as well as leadership programs.
ExxonMobil Japan supports this program as one of TOMODACHI's partners.
Junior AchievementOver 1,700 of our employees volunteered with JA chapters in ten U.S. cities in 2015. Internationally, ExxonMobil employees volunteered with chapters in 18 additional countries. We contributed approximately $1.3 million to JA initiatives worldwide. We earned the Junior Achievement Gold Presidential Award in March 2016 for accumulating more than 19,500 volunteer hours in the previous year. Additionally, 18 ExxonMobil employees sit on JA boards of directors. ExxonMobil Japan participates Junior Achievement Japan as a partner company.
Safety, health and environment
ExxonMobil remains steadfast in its commitment to excellence in Safety, Security, Health and Environmental (SSH&E) performance, referred to collectively as Operations Integrity.
ExxonMobil considers risk at every stage of development, and we continuously work to manage environmental impacts.
Outlook for Energy
ExxonMobil Japan G.K. head office: 2-16-4 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8218
Tel. +81 (3) -5782-3800
Nagoya Office: CentRise Sakae 9FL, 3-3-21 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, 460-0008 Japan
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