The Voalte Engineering team is looking for an experienced and motivated iOS Application developer with a desire to create world-class mobile applications for the healthcare market. Voalte is redefining communication at the point-of-care to improve patient care and increase caregiver productivity using the latest mobile devices such as the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
As an iOS software engineer your job responsibilities will range from defining and implementing new features, creating high-level user interfaces, data models, debugging and delivering the best possible application performance. You will work closely with other engineers, designers, and different groups across Voalte.
Excellent communication and collaboration skills
Familiar with Agile software development process and scrum
Strong programming skills with C and Objective-C
1+ years of iOS or Mac OS X application development
Demonstrable experience with UIKit, CoreData and Xcode
Git revision control system for managing source code
Experience using the UNIX command line
Understanding of TCP/IP network protocols
XMPP and SIP a huge plus
Voalte designs, develops, markets, sells and supports innovative healthcare solutions for the emerging class of highly mobile computing devices. Our first product, Voalte One, will be deployed on Apple's iPhone and is designed as a holistic, turnkey, communication solution for hospitals.
Voalte provides compelling software solutions for healthcare institutions that solve communication problems at the point of care. We believe that better, more efficient communication improves clinical performance, which in turn improves patient care, safety, and satisfaction.
Our products are designed to be intuitive, high value, mission critical applications deployed on the latest generation of touch-based smartphones. We provide an exceptional end-to-end customer experience. We do it better than anyone else, and we spend our time thinking about ways to improve this experience.
BETTER COMMUNICATION MEANS BETTER CAREGIVERS.
BETTER CAREGIVERS MEANS BETTER PATIENT OUTCOMES