Mr. Nam

I work hard every day to get a lot of “thank you”.


Arrival at work. Work starts off with checking email. In the morning, confirm works that need to be done for one day, give instructions for members in the project if necessary.


Discuss and answer clients’ queries. Make technical specification document, design specification document based on the discussed content.


Lunch break. Most of the time it will be a cheerful lunch while chatting with colleagues.


Lunch break over. First thing in the afternoon is checking email, confirming if there is any urgent work come up or checking the degree of relative priority.


Meeting with clients about the ongoing project. Sometimes the meetings might take a lot of time as both side have to discuss about designing and developing system. After that, recap the discussed content and share it with team members. Creating documents and checking progress for the project might take longer until late in the evening.


Leaving office. Checking if there is any unfinished work of the day, summarise the remaining and leave the office. Although the average time of leaving the office is 18:00, occasionally, because of unfinished work, the leaving time might get later; in other case, the time for leaving office can be at 17:30 for hobby after work (soccer).

Hi Nam!
I was informed that that before entering Global Design IT (GDIT), you had a very good job in Japan, so I am wondering what were the reasons that made you here today with us?

Firstly, I intended to settle down in Japan. But after getting married and having children, my wife and I felt that the living environment in Japan was not suitable for us and decided to return to Vietnam to conveniently take care of our family. At that time, I got to know about GDIT through a website specializing in employment information. Learning more, I was excited because the work at GDIT is quite similar to the work I did in Japan. Furthermore, the point that GDIT’s customers are also included many Japanese companies helps me to promote my strengths which are Japanese skills as well as experiences working with Japanese.

Could you please share your process of studying Japanese and studying abroad in Japan?

Arriving in Japan in 2010, I first studied at a Japanese language school in Tokyo. During this time, I worked part-time and studied Maths, Physics, and Chemistry by myself to get into university. At the end of the language course, I took an exam at the Tokyo Polytechnic, majoring in computer science. My school curriculum revolves around applications of AI in data science and robotics areas. I also study programming languages, information and communication technology (ICT) in the school curriculum.

After studying abroad and working in Japan, what lessons and experiences have you obtained for yourself?

After a period of staying in Japan, I had gained even more than the professional knowledge as mentioned above. Living in a bustling city like Tokyo for a long time forced me to get acquainted with the hectic pace of life of people here. Working here had me learned a lot about Japanese lifestyle and working style. From part-time jobs and jobs at the company after graduating from university, I had met and got to know many people (including Vietnamese, Japanese and other countries’ people). Those meetings and interactions gave me the chance to experience more; thus, I developed the skill of working with customers of diverse nationalities, personalities, and their requirements. I am grateful and feel fortunate to have had such precious lessons and experiences.

Having been a bridge engineer(BrSE) for more than 1 year, how do you feel about GDIT? (such as working environment, welfare and work regimes, opportunities to learn technical skills etc)

Having worked as a bridge engineer at GDIT for more than 1 year, I can clearly state that the working environment is very good. I feel free to consider my colleagues as the company’s siblings who bring me comfort while at work. Moreover, the company’s employee remuneration regimes are wonderful as they periodically organise picnics and team buildings in order to connect more between colleagues. In addition, working as a bridge engineer gives me the opportunity to sharpen my skills both professionally and in Japanese.

Thanks you!

Thanks you !


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