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Senior Frontend Engineer

Givery Shibuya, Tokyo
    💴 ¥5M ~ ¥8.5M annually
    🏡 Fully remote
    🧪 3+ years experience required
    💬 No Japanese required
    🌏 Apply from abroad
    🧳 Relocate to Japan

About Givery

Givery Shibuya, Tokyo

Givery aims to provide the missing link that our clients need to scout, hire, and train world-class engineers. We are profitable, privately owned, and our clients include some of the biggest names in the Japanese tech and gaming industry.

Key benefits

  • Awesome tech
  • Work-life balance
  • Work remotely or come to the office

About the position

We are looking for a frontend engineer to help us expand track, a platform that helps companies evaluate technical skills of engineers.


  • Develop frontend applications using modern frontend technologies like Typescript, ReactJS, React Hooks, Redux, etc
  • Convert user stories and mockups into working software that delights users.
  • Properly test and prepare new releases by writing automated tests, doing code reviews and helping introduce new processes that helps maintain a high quality code base.
  • Help evaluate and clarify product requirements and provide technical solutions that meet customers’ needs.
  • Monitoring and quick response to failures to ensure stable operation of services.


  • 3+ years of professional experience in modern HTML, CSS and Typescript or ES6+.
  • Expert level knowledge in latest versions of Vue.js or React and its ecosystems.
  • Understanding of why, when and how to write automated tests.
  • Demonstrable ability to develop modern and beautiful web applications


5 to 8.5 million JPY annually.

Hiring Process

  1. 1


    A 30 minute call with the team’s leader.

  2. 2

    Online coding exam

    A coding exam via our skill check platform “track”.

  3. 3


    ‘Onsite Interview’ (now done over Google Meet or Zoom, etc)

  4. 4


Meet Givery's Developers

John Joe, a backend engineer at Givery, explains how the company’s relaxed culture allows developers to drive the product forward, giving them autonomy to pursue tasks like refactoring that don’t directly deliver immediate business value.

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Since joining Givery’s HR Tech division as an engineering manager two years ago, Wil Andrade has helped scale their engineering team from nine to twenty-four engineers. Wil shares how he's not only grown a team, but provided an environment where no one wants to quit.

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Ryoko started her career as a typical Japanese office worker, but went through a dramatic career change, joining Givery as a Frontend Engineer where she speaks almost exclusively in English.

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