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IOS Android Software Engineer

IOS Android Software Engineer


Google DeepMind


android

engineer

ios

dev

android

engineer

ios

dev

4yr

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\niOS & Android Software Engineer\n\nor ‘App Developer’, ‘iOS Developer’, ‘Objective-C Developer’, ‘Objective-C and Java Developer’\n\nThis is a rare opportunity to join a phenomenal, growing Technology Company leading the way in its field! Our team is developing powerful and disruptive tools for high-impact environments, using some of the most innovative technologies available. Our business has a start-up entrepreneurial culture but operates within a large, high profile global company - so you will need to be flexible and ready for anything.\n\nYou should be a highly experienced app developer, fluent in either Objective-C or Swift and  Java, with familiarity of the UI paradigms and nuances of both platforms. You should also be comfortable working in a highly agile environment, iterating rapidly and working to requirements. You will also be comfortable owning the development end-to-end, working closely with designers and other software engineers to deliver a successful, highly polished product.\n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Design, develop, test, deploy, maintain, and enhance applications (i.e. write great iOS and Android apps)\n\n* Be passionate about delivering great UX and UI\n\n* Enjoy problem solving, being persistent to come up with the best solution to a challenge\n\n* Be comfortable working at a startup pace and in a rapidly changing environment\n\n* Manage individual projects’ priorities, deadlines and deliverables\n\n* Work closely with a diverse team (senior management and software engineers)\n\n\n\n\nSkills & Experience:\n\nEssential\n\n\n* Several years experience of developing for both iOS and Android platforms.\n\n* Degree in Computer Science or Software Engineering.\n\n* Comfortable owning the app development process from design to deployment.\n\n* An ability to translate product vision and complex design into functional, efficient code.\n\n* Great communication skills with product managers, designers and developers.\n\n* Relish working at a fast pace, delivering often and iterating rapidly.\n\n* Highly motivated, able to work unsupervised, multi-task and prioritise workload.\n\n\n\n\nDesirable\n\n\n* Experience of website development (Javascript, Polymer, Dart)\n\n* Basic understanding of Agile methodologies, such as Scrum / Kanban.\n\n* Exposure to Jira or similar systems.\n\n\n

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