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You will be in charge of tasks from requirement definition to detailed design, implementation, and operation of a newly developed smartphone application for the customer. As a lead engineer, the company wants you to have ownership in the company and products and to lead the team.
■ You can develop smartphone apps for a customer used in a blockchain platform that are attracting international attention!
■ You can make the company grow by starting from scratch.
■ The company is looking for a full-stack engineer that can cover from the server-side to the back end. In the future, you will be able to cover AI and blockchain areas as management.
Smartphone application development experience (iOS) with 3 years or more
A person who can build up a product from scratch
New smartphone app launch experience
Japanese daily conversation or higher
English business level or higher
< Welcome requirements >
Application development experience with Android
App management experience with PaaS or IaaS
【Working conditions & treatment】
5 million yen to 10 million yen
＊You can try to do remote work once to twice a week when getting used to working for the company.
☆120 days or more a year*☆
2 days a week (Saturday and Sunday), holidays, GW, summer vacation, year-end and New Year holidays, paid leave, etc.
Insurance (Social and employment)
Commuting allowance, etc..
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