New York, NY


Our mission is to inspire a life of beauty and culture. This is the basis for our goal of achieving a sustainable society that makes people happy through beauty.

Shiseido was founded in 1872 in Ginza, Tokyo, as the first Western-style pharmacy in Japan. The name Shiseido incorporates our founder’s desire to discover and create new value, a desire that has endured for more than 140 years and has built our unique heritage.

This heritage has led to a foundation and strengths unique to Shiseido - the DNA shared by all its employees that is key to our successful evolution going forward.

Boasting the largest sales among Japanese and Asian cosmetics manufacturers, Shiseido currently operates in about 120 countries and regions around the world. The Shiseido Group’s sales amount to 1 trillion 5.1 billion yen.

Each individual line has nurtured its unique values and they keep growing to be the brands deeply loved by people from all over the world.

Shiseido has cultivated its sense of beauty over its long history. As a cosmetics company originating in Japan, we have made this sense a unique strength among global companies with our belief in the importance of Japanese culture and traditions, and our ceaseless attention to detail.

In order to create the basis for Shiseido to remain vital for the next 100 years, we formulated a six-year medium-to-long term strategy called“VISION 2020.”We position the three years of the strategy starting from 2018as a phase to implement a “New Strategy to Accelerate Growth.”

Current Positions

New York, NY

Senior Manager, Demand Forecasting

October 10th, 2018

Job Summary: The Senior Manager Demand Forecasting will execute the overall process for managing a global demand signal across all Brands, product types/categories, customer groups and/or distribution channels.  This role will lead a team of Demand Planners in the creation and


Rutherford, NJ

Coordinator, Inventory Control

September 4th, 2018

Job Summary:  This position will work with the stores on a daily basis to ensure there is inventory accuracy, as well as best practices being followed, across all locations. Additionally, the Inventory Control Coordinator will work with Finance and Purchasing to make sure transactions