Kowareta (greynonentity) wrote in linguaphiles,

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Please Help

My dad, who is awesome, asked me for some help on Japanese since he's going to the country for his job sometime in January. He regularly goes to Japan, or Mexico, or Malaysia or other countries to do his job. He does something with electronics. I still haven't quite figured it out.

Anyway, the Japanese I know is mostly self-taught except the one semester of Japanese I took at the local college while I was a junior in high school, which was nearly two years ago, and there are many things I never learned or have forgotten.

Moving on, my dad always tries to make an effort to at least speak some of his hosts' language and it's something I find rather admirable. I like the fact the's willing to try. I don't want to disappoint him.

So what I'm asking is, how do I say this in Japanese?

"I am a Lean Project Manager
I am happy to be back at Fuji Electronics and look forward to our continued collaboration and good working relationship."

EDIT: (Lean, as someone's already pointed out, is a product/process management approach, not "low in fat". So it might just fall under proper noun status and not get changed at all.)

Any other little phrases and cultural specifics I'm pretty sure I can teach him, but those two lines are giving me trouble. Please help?

Thank you very much in advance.
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