Overview

Are you looking to join a diverse team of talented engineers?

Reaktor is a creative digital product studio. Our Tokyo branch focuses on helping enterprises build digital services using a user-driven, agile approach. We work lean, and swear by prototypes and data, continuous iteration, humble curiosity, and small teams with big autonomy.

Due to COVID-19, most of us are working remotely but our office in the Shibuya district is available if you’d like to get out of the house.

What’s in it for you?

  • We believe we can bring unprecedented change to the digital landscape here in Japan. At Reaktor, you will be fulfilling a key role to help us bring innovative digital services to Japanese enterprises.
  • We create digital services that answer users’ needs without compromising on software quality.
  • We believe that low management overhead results in increased speed and productivity.
  • We support work-life balance. We believe that quality in our work comes from a mixture of experience, passion for the job, and a healthy lifestyle.
  • We have global offices in New York, Helsinki, Stockholm, Berlin, Lisbon, and Amsterdam. You get to learn and share knowledge with other top talent from all over the world.

What we’d like to see:

  • Strong verbal communication skill and ability to communicate with multiple stakeholder groups both in English and Japanese
  • 5+ years of experience of working in a software engineering role in IT industries or consultancies
  • Experience with both backend and frontend – one may be stronger than the other
  • Worked with multiple technologies (e.g. TypeScript, React, Node.js, Angular) or multiple domains within the same technology (e.g. frontend & backend) and willing to learn & work on the other technologies
  • Interest and/or experience in agile software development and team work
  • Experience with at least one cloud provider (AWS, Azure, GCP etc.)
  • Understanding of digital service development
  • Hands-on experience with modern technologies
  • Compassion for people and being people centric—both those around you and those who will use what we build. A letter from your future colleague, Gab discusses what this means in practice.
    An understanding that leadership can be shared. Niklas shares his view on No Hierarchy!