Job: JAVA Back-end Engineer/JAVA后台开发员

We are looking for an experienced JAVA developer to join our team and help develop KAWO’s back-end services. You’ll play an important part in a small (but growing) team to build, deploy and maintain new features of KAWO’s enterprise social media management platform.


KAWO is an exciting, fast growing company in a lively environment. Enjoy free lunch on Fridays, regular events and team bonding. You’ll also have freedom to utilize cutting edge technology.


Our mission at KAWO is to help foreign brands be better at social media in China. We’ve created a platform that streamlines publishing to Chinese social networks. We started 2 years ago and already have clients like the NBA, Manchester United and GoPro using KAWO to connect with China.


KAWO’s RESTful back-end is built on JAVA using the Play! Framework and utilizing multiple, geographically distributed MongoDB databases for our data.

KAWO的RESTful后台使用Java语言编写,使用Framework和多点分布式的MongoDB 数据库来收集数据。

Current Challenges

  • Deep integration with various Social Network APIs (such as WeChat, Weibo, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more);
  • Processing and storage of big data pulled from social networks;
  • Develop algorithms for data analytics and insights.


  • 需要与多个流行的社交媒体平台的API进行对接,其中包括微信,微博,Facebook,Twitter,Instagram等;
  • 处理,储存,整合从以上社交平台抓取的大批量数据;

You must…

  • Have expert knowledge of JAVA (Play Framework preferred) and MongoDB;
  • Have experience developing with Social Network Open APIs;
  • Have experience deploying and managing applications on Aliyun and/or AWS.
  • Enjoy learning new things and working with cutting-edge technology;
  • Feel confident speaking English;
  • Be able to read and understand Chinese technical documentation.


  • 对于JAVA(最好是Play Framework)和MongoDB有着深入的了解
  • 开发社交网络应用程序接口的经验
  • 有阿里云和AWS应用管理的相关经验
  • 喜欢学习新东西,了解最新潮流的科技
  • 英语交流自如

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