Senior Android Developer
Want to build massively cool apps for millions of users? Seriously. We build ridiculously large, complicated mobile solutions for some of the world's biggest companies. From Westjet to Putnam, Fidelity to Panera - we're on it. And, we're only two years old. There's lots more to come.
That's why we need you. Without an incredible team of visionary mobile developers, we fall flat on our faces.
You'll be part of a project team that's working on one of the most compelling mobile-health projects in the world. One that the CEO of our 40b pharma client thinks will change healthcare fundamentally, and forever. You'll get to build that.
Think of this as an Archmides-ladder, and you'll have a hand on it. It's a cool, fantastic, "man, I cannot _wait_ to brag about his one" kinda project.
You'll be highly visible, bringing your talents in Android and / or iOS to bear on this project. Working closely with the team's architects, PMs, design and QA, you'll design and develop awesome mobile apps that will be used by millions.
You will have bragging rights.
Skills & Requirements
Insert requirements here.... hmm. Okay - we need you to know how to...
...develop mobile apps. Many of them in Android. So, at least 2 years working in Android's important here.
For that matter, Java on Android. Be good if you had some experience with other OO languages, too. We're not greedy - we just appreciate broad skills.
We'd love some experience with GitHub, and RESTful services.
Enterprise, or some-level of large scale / highly scalable dev experience in and / or around mobile helps. If you've tinkered with mobile on the side, but have experience doing web-dev at the enterprise level, it's likely you understand enterprise mobile.
Agile's important, too. And, you've done some UI work.
Groovy, Python, some other back-end languages? That's... groovy. Sorry. We tend to make bad jokes here. You should probably have a sense of humor and perspective.
If you've done some custom software, and / or services work, that's interesting.
Be nice - okay? Hard to believe that even needs to be written, and yet... I mean, who wants to work with jerks?
Hmm. Brush you teeth in the morning. Shower at decently regular intervals. First pants, then shoes. That sort of stuff.
Mobiquity - 18 months ago