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System Engineer / Programmer (Web application) (expired)

Job ID
Iida, Nagano
Post date
Feb 26, 2021
Information Technology
Software Engineer, Programmer
Work Type
Full Time / Entry Level
¥180,000 ~ ¥500,000 / Month
  • experience considered


  • Japanese: Conversational
  • English: Fluent
  • Must currently reside in Japan
  • Visa sponsorship available


A rapidly growing company in Iida city, Nagano, is looking for programmers and software engineers. This is an entry position but we also welcome experienced PG/SEs.

<Company Information>
Since established in 2012, this company is still growing as a web application developer with many clients including major companies in Japan. There are 20 people working in this company and most of the staff members are aged in their 30s.

Located in Iida city in Nagano prefecture, where a brand-new train station for Linear Chuo Shinkansen line is being constructed. You will have easy access to Tokyo or Nagoya within an hour.

- designing system and preparing specification
- managing project memebers
- programming
- debug
- client sales

- developing web system

Candidates must;
be able to legally drive in Japan
have business or academic experience with PHP, Java and Python
have business or academic experience with Linux commands
be a team player
preferably be able to relocate in Iida or surrounding area

Ideally, candidates have experiences with below, but not necessary.
- Javascript
- Azure

If you're someone who likes to be part of a small but developing team, this will be a great opportunity to start a new life in Japanese traditional town with beautiful nature around. We also welcome locals who want to settle in Nagano with stable working environment.

Please apply online if you are interested.

*Recruiter info
Nagajob - AtoZ Corporation (有料職業紹介事業20-ユ-300139)

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