The No. 1 golf course reservation site in Japan is hiring a Web Application Engineer. They have about 1,900 golf courses nationwide. In addition, the company has expanded overseas, including outbound countries such as Hawaii, Guam, Saipan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
This year, they will start a membership service for golfers and plan to continue providing new services that go beyond “reserving golf courses” as well as expanding the service area.
- API design based on requirement
- API implementation using Kotlin or PHP
- Improvement for operation flow, product, development process, etc.
Development language: Kotlin, PHP
Documentation: Swagger, UML, Confluence, Jira
Code management: Git, Maven
Our client is a large global Internet service company that has enjoyed sustained growth as they continue to expand their business in various new areas and industries. This is a great opportunity to work in a diverse and international environment in Japan. Our client actively strives to be an equal opportunity employer, and they have many female and foreign nationals in upper management positions. Their brand has also gained global recognition as they sponsor some of the world's most famous sports teams. Our client prides themselves in providing a comfortable working environment for their employees. Engineers are welcome to choose their own setup (Windows/Mac, etc.); whatever makes them comfortable! Free meals are also provided at the company cafeteria. Their chefs work to create exciting new menus and dishes, so employees never get tired of the food!
9:00 - 17:30（Mon - Fri）
Saturday, Sunday, and National Holidays, Year-end and New Year Holidays, Paid Holidays, Other Special Holidays
【Services / Benefits】
Social insurance, Transportation Fee, No smoking indoors allowed (Designated smoking area), etc.
- Have experience of API development in Java8 or PHP
- Have TCP/IP, HTTP related environment experience
- Have experience of Springboot or Laravel
- Experience of project management
- CI/CD related experience and knowledge
- TDD experience