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Bridge Engineer (expired)

Company
PlayNext Lab Inc.
Job ID
141002
Location
Tokyo, Japan
Post date
Apr 25, 2021
Industry
Information Technology
Function
Software Engineer, Programmer
Work Type
Full Time / Experienced (Non-Manager)
Salary
¥4.0M ~ ¥6.0M / Year

Requirements

  • Japanese: Business level
  • Vietnamese: Native level
  • Visa sponsorship available

Description

■Job Description
Management of project development for Vietnamese subsidiary
- Understand the contents of specifications / design documents created by Japanese designers and convey them so that they can be understood smoothly.
- Progress management of outsourced development projects.
- Review source code / unit test items, conduct acceptance tests, and check the quality.

Support for Vietnam subsidiary
- Understand the contents of questions / consultations and answer in an easy-to-understand manner.
- If you cannot make a decision, organize the contents and consult with a Japanese engineer to solve the problem.
- Improve productivity / quality / development utilization rate / technical capabilities of Vietnamese subsidiary.
- Proactively communicate with the Vietnamese subsidiary and make long-term business trips to the site. (About once or twice a year, the length of stay is about 2 months)

Human resource development and business improvement
・ In the future, you will be guiding bridge engineers.
・ You will be proposing to the company to improve offshore development.

■Work Place
Tokyo head office

■Working Hours
9: 00-18: 00 (1 hour break)

■Holidays
Saturdays & Sundays
National holidays
End / beginning of the year holidays
Summer vacation
Paid holidays
Maternity leave
Special leave

■Benefits
Various social insurances
Commute fee allowance
No dress code
and others

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

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