Mercari is a marketplace app that makes it easy for people to safely sell and ship their things. Launched in 2013, the Mercari app has been downloaded over 100M times, and is now among the largest peer-to-peer selling platforms globally.
The world is full of objects and services being produced and sold, but many of them are thrown away without people realizing that they might be valuable to someone else, wasting valuable natural resources. To contribute towards eliminating waste, we have launched Mercari, a marketplace where people can buy and sell easily and safely.
The goal of the engineering organization
At Mercari, our organization constantly welcomes changes and new challenges, cooperates and co-creates, is diverse, offers freedom, and encourages all of us to take ownership and make our own decisions.
We are open to overseas candidates looking to relocate to Japan, and will support you in obtaining your visa.
The team is responsible for the development of all products using web technology, such as WebView pages called from within Mercari’s web version and native app, tools used by the Customer Support Team for answering user inquiries and providing transaction support, and the Mercari Guide and Mercari Box.
The team currently has 20 members, half of which are English speakers.
Engineers will develop and improve features for products such as WebView pages called from within Mercari’s web version and native app, along with tools used by the Customer Support Team for answering user inquiries and providing transaction support. Engineers in the Frontend Team are expected to use their technical skills to lead the team and product development, train members though design and code reviews, and make contributions and improvements to the hiring process, including technical tests.
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