UXPin, a collaborative UX design platform, has added a Front-end Software Engineer position. This position involves building their design system, and working on both their product and marketing initiatives. They’ve also updated their JavaScript Software Engineer position, which will see you working on their technology to design and prototype with React components.

WealthPark provides digital solutions for property managers. They’ve opened 9 positions: Android Engineer, Backend Engineer (Python + Go), Backend Engineer (Ruby + Go), Engineering Manager, iOS Engineer, Junior Security Engineer, Lead Backend Engineer, Lead Frontend Engineer, and Site Reliability Engineer. Salaries range from ¥4.5 to 12 million annually.

PayPay, Japan’s most popular mobile wallet, has added an Engineering Manager position that combines technical and people management. They’re also agressively recruiting for Backend Engineers, and are hiring for 5 others positions.

LINE, Japan’s most popular messaging application, has opened a Frontend Engineer, Delivery Infrastructure position, where you’ll work on their in house deployment system that manages thousands of machines. Additionally, they’re still hiring for 7 other positions.

Yaraku offers a web-based Translation Management System application. They’re recruiting NLP Developers and Web Developers. While these positions have been open for some time, I’ve confirmed that they’re still actively hiring for them. Salaries range from ¥4.2 to 5 million annually.

If you’re already in Japan, Drivemode, which has built a mobile-based connected vehicle platform, is hiring both Senior Android Engineers and Senior iOS Engineers. Salaries range from ¥8 to 10 million annually.

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