TableCheck, which makes online restaurant management tools, has just opened four new positions: Backend API Engineer, Backend Fullstack Engineer, QA Engineer, and QA Manager. None of these positions require any Japanese abilities, and they’re remote first, so they welcome applicants from overseas (relocation to Japan is an option too).

If you happen to be a third or fourth year university student in Japan, SanSan has opened up a New Graduate Position. This position doesn’t require any Japanese abilities, nor does it require professional experience. However, as it’s following Japan’s more traditional approach to hiring new grads, the earliest start date is October 2022.

There’s one thing I could use your help with. I’m preparing the 2021 version of the International Developers in Japan survey. What’s the top thing that you would like to know about international developers working here?

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Paul is a Canadian software developer who has been living in Japan since 2006. Since 2011 he’s been helping other developers start and grow their careers in Japan through TokyoDev.

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