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iOS/Android Application Developer (expired)

PlayNext Lab Inc.
Job ID
Tokyo, Japan
Post date
Feb 22, 2021
Information Technology
Application Development
Work Type
Full Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
Remote work
¥3.0M ~ ¥6.0M / Year


  • English: Business level
  • Japanese: Conversational
  • Visa sponsorship available


【About Our Company】
Since our establishment in 2016, we have developed various web/mobile applications.
Not only we do in-house development, but we do consulting as well.
Currently, we are focusing on several projects for the local governments.

【Job Overview】
As an iOS/Android application developer, you will:
• Collaborate closely with Project Manager, Tech Lead, and other Engineers to develop and maintain iOS/Android applications.
• Be part of the in-house development teams, or be assigned to our client's projects.

【Requirements / Skills】
- Experiences of iOS/Android app development using such languages as Swift/Objective-C/Java/Kotlin/etc...
- Experience developing GUI application
- Basic knowledge of TCP/IP、HTTP protocol

- Experience on developing mobile web application using HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript
- Experience creating smartphones built-in systems
- Skills related to Web service and XML/RSS
- Experience in development using API Web services, such as Google and Facebook

【Working Condition】
1, Head Office (10-minute walk from Meguro/Gotanda station)
2, Depending on the project you may be asked to work at one of our clients office

【Compensation / Welfare】
- Salary is negotiable according to experience (JPY3,000,000 to JPY6,000,000 per year including bonus)
- Commuting allowance
- Health insurance

- Saturdays/Sundays
- National holidays
- Paid holidays
- Summer holidays
- New Year holidays
- Special leave

- Social insurance
- Commute fee allowance

The above information is a public job ad. This job ad is neither an offer nor a contract.

This job is no longer available.

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