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[In-house service development] WEB Front-End Developer (expired)

PlayNext Lab Inc.
Job ID
Tokyo, Japan
Post date
Apr 9, 2021
Information Technology
Application Development
Work Type
Full Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
Remote work
¥4.0M ~ ¥7.0M / Year


  • Japanese: Business level
  • Visa sponsorship available


You will be in charge of all development processes from requirement definition and design, development to operation and maintenance of the WEB service operated by MiddleField.

<Specific work content>
■ Development work of in-house operated service
-Coding of existing and new services
-Development of front-end areas using frameworks, including server-side and API linkage
-Service UI / UX design, new development
-Improvement proposals and UI / UX improvements through AB testing
-Compatible with various devices, SEO measures, and weight reduction

<Language / tools used>
■ Development language / environment: JavaScript / HTML5 / CSS3 / Sass / Node.js
■ Framework: Vue.js, Nuxt.js / React.js / Angular / jQuery
■ OS: Windows / MacOS
■ Infrastructure: AWS / GCP
■ Development support tool: Slack / Redmine / GitHub / Docker / Vagrant / Sketch, inVision

[Must Have]
■ 3+ years of professional web application development (front-end engineer)
■ Experience in designing and building UI / UX design
■ Technical knowledge about devices and SEO

[Welcome to Have]
■ Project management experiences
■ Development experience from scratch
■ Practical experience in improvement proposals and development through AB testing

<Work hours>
11:00 ~ 20:00

■ Saturdays and Sundays
■ National holidays
■ Year-end and New Year holidays
■ Annual paid holidays
■ Special holidays

■ Various social insurances
■ Commute fee allowances
and others..

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