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Rakuten full-time / internship recruitment

Rakuten, an E-commerce conglomerate in Japan, is coming to University of Waterloo on Nov. 3rd to hold an info session for a full-time / internship recruitment. 
Sign up now for the event from the URL below! 

~~~~~~~~~~~Event Info~~~~~~~~~~~~
[Date] Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015
[Session Time] 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
[Location] Tatham Centre - 2218 A and B
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==What is Rakuten?==
An Internet company that operates more than 40 services such as online shopping, travel, banking, with big data of more than 90 million people (500 million people including Viber users)
Ranked among the Top 20 of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 3 consecutive years 
CEO Hiroshi Mikitani was selected as a member of e-G8 Forum among top web companies such as Google and Facebook
Dynamic presence overseas with Slice, Ebate, Buy.com, Linkshare in the United States, Kobo in Canada, and also Play.com in UK as their subsidiaries. 
Actively hiring young engineers around the world including Canada, India, China, Singapore, the United States, etc. 
Rakuten recruitment website: http://global.rakuten.com/corp/careers/

==Job Categories==
-Software Engineer
Planning, designing and developing of new Web services, Maintenance and operation of existing Web services, Mobile or Smartphone Development.
-Infrastructure Engineer
Development and operation of infrastructure systems, such as servers, networks and database.

==Education/Skills==
BS/MS/PhD in Computer Science or related majors 

==Selection process after the event===
2: Online Programming test/ Online video Interview
3: Online or Face to face interviews
4: Offer meeting


Please direct any inquires at topcareer.international.us@4th-valley.com

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