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Crisp is a customer service software. Around 200K companies around the world use Crisp to help their customers. Around 140M visitors are using the chat widget every month.\n\nOur mission is to make the next-generation customer support app for startups. An app that makes customer support easier for end-users & support agents. \n\nWe are a small team (10 people) and our core Team in France (5 people), the rest is a diverse remote-only, and based around the globe.\n\nAs a part of this mission, we have an iOS app ( that allows teams to do customer support using their iPhone or iPad. (For instance like Slack, but for customer support). This current app is made using Swift & Realm.\n\n![](\n\nWe are looking an iOS Engineer to rebuild from scratch our iOS app maitain it in the future.\n\n**About You:**\n\n- You are proficient in Swift and Xcode\n- You like doing pixel perfect interfaces\n- You have professional experience developing software for the iOS platform\n\n**Nice To Have:**\n\n- Design experience for apps using Sketch or Figma\n- Experience a messaging app\n\nApplicants in Europe or France are preferred.\n\nThis job is the opportunity to join a fast-growing startup. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$50,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nFrance

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