About PayPay

Toranomon, Tokyo

With over 47 million registered users (as of May 2022), PayPay is the country’s most popular mobile wallet. Half of all of Japan's smartphone users are using it, and more than 2 billion payments made per year.

Key benefits

  • International engineering team
  • Japanese lessons on company time
  • Incredible scale

About the position

We are looking for a talented full-stack capable frontend developer to join PayPay! Work closely with the design and backend team to build and develop web applications for our forward thinking products.

Qualifications

  • At least 3 years of JavaScript development experience for web applications
  • Experience in SPA development with Angular or React or Vuejs and Webpack
  • Experience in typescript
  • Experience in unit/e2e testing implementation in JavaScript
  • In-depth understanding in frontend performance optimization
  • Ability to design frontend architecture
  • Experience with server side programming languages, include but not limited to Java, Python and NodeJs

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with iOS/Android native application development
  • Knowledge in development process and DevOps
  • Contribution to open source projects
  • Interest and ability to learn other coding languages as needed

Compensation

6.5 to 13 million JPY annually.

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Meet PayPay's Developers

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with Shilei Long

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Growing your career by asking for you want

with Ashwini Meshram

Ashwini leads one of PayPay’s payment sub-teams. She got there by doing something she’s done throughout her career: identifying something she wants to do and asking to do it.

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Refactoring PayPay’s Android App

with Adrian Mariadas

Adrian came to Japan to join PayPay as an Android Engineer. As the app has grown in scope, refactoring the codebase to ensure development can continue at a rapid pace has been a big part of his job.

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Yoseph joined PayPay after being attracted to their mission of making Japan a cashless society. As an iOS Engineer, he originally joined their iOS feature team, but now works on their platform team, creating an internal SDK for their iOS and Android apps.

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