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Jaybird


IOS Developer

IOS Developer


Jaybird


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\nYou will write code for native iOS apps as well as debug and enhance existing applications of market leading consumer wearables for JayBird. We believe in small teams of highly capable individuals who pull together to make a difference in the world of product development. The role is required to deliver across the entire app life cycle - concept, design, build, deploy, test, release and support.\n\n\nYou can be based remotely in the US or Australia, so will be required to be a good time manager, self motivated, have flexible hours to participate in cross-timezone team meetings, and be comfortable working with a small team.   


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