Native English speakers only
Passionate and imaginative UX writer sought to support global expansion of one of Japan’s leading SaaS providers.
Work will be on all areas of UX strategy and design, chiefly writing product UI content in conjunction with Japanese designers.
Sansan is a business card-based contact management solution for corporations, and is the market leader in Japan with an 82% market share. The business continues to grow rapidly, and is now expanding its activities outside of Japan.
The role will be within the Product Development Division’s Global Team. Joining this small multinational team of engineers, designers, and strategists, you will have influence on the direction of the product strategy, also working together with our Singapore-based sales and marketing staff to help deliver Sansan’s value to international customers.
Direct experience is not necessarily required; we are looking for a smart young native English speaker, with an innate understanding of user needs, excellent written English ability, and a confident and positive attitude. This is a great opportunity for an intelligent and talented young person to join a rapidly growing and celebrated tech organization, with the potential for them to make a big individual impact on the global expansion.
Japanese ability is not strictly required, but at least conversational ability is strongly preferred. Output will all be English, but communication with colleagues may require Japanese.
¥4,500,000 – ¥7,000,000
Sansan Head Office
Aoyama Oval Building, 5-52-2 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
9:30am – 6pm
Twice annually (January & July)
Here are some examples of the benefits which full-time employees can receive.
N.B. Most have monthly/annual limits per employee.
Company subsidized eating/drinking out for colleagues in different teams.
Company pays for work-related books, hardware and software you request.
*Only for engineering, R&D, and creative positions.
Company subsidized language lessons.
Company subsidizes rent for employees living within 2 train stops of Omotesando or Shibuya stations.
Working from home permitted up to 4 days per month.
Weekdays can be taken off in exchange for working on weekends/holidays.
Various benefits for new mothers, such as nursery fee subsidies.
Subsidies for parents of young children, covering babysitting and housekeeping fees.
3 consecutive paid days off between July & October (not deduced from paid holiday allowance).