Job Description: Mobile Developer
The Mobile Developer will be a part of Global Information Technology Team and will primarily have
responsibilities over the creation and maintenance of company-owned mobile apps.
The Mobile Developer will work closely with the developers and QA engineers located within the
office in Bangalore, as well as all levels of Management and Leadership teams. This is an
unparalleled opportunity to become part of a growing team and a growing global organization. High-
performers will have significant growth opportunities available to them.
Support the entire application lifecycle – concept, design, test, release and support
Produce fully functional mobile applications writing clean code for both iOS and Android
Approach the development lifecycle with testing in mind – Unit, Integration, Regression and more
Troubleshoot and debug applications to optimize performance
Design interfaces to improve user experience
Ensure that all mobile applications are created/maintained by meeting our quality standards
Research and suggest new mobile products, applications and protocols to enhance our
Create prototypes for design concepts, mock-ups, and approved designs.
Translate complex information into simple design / logical interfaces and flows.
Use knowledge and research to constantly modernize our mobile applications and increase user
experience throughout our eco-system.
Be a team player and strong problem-solver to work with a diverse team.
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience
Fluent in English, with excellent oral and written communication skills
3+ years of experience in Mobile Development
3+ years of experience in iOS Development (Objective-C and Swift)
Knowledge of current production methods for mobile applications
Familiar with OOP design principles
Familiar with test driven development
Experience with third-party libraries and APIs
(Desirable) Fluent with Android development (Java/Kotlin)
(Desirable) Experience with Cloud-native apps
(Desirable) Experience with DevOps
(Desirable) Experience with Continuous Integration Pipelines