My Client is one of the UK’s leading online dating platforms with their HQ based in London, are looking to expand their mobile development team to help change peoples love lives.
They are currently sitting with over 1 million verified users, across 150 countries worldwide.
You will join the established mobile development team, as an experienced Android developer, to help push their existing application to its limits, enhancing existing features while having the freedom to create new and exciting features.
With a flat structure you will report directly into the CTO influencing the Android roadmap inline with the iOS team.
To be considered for this role you must have;
Bsc computer science or relevant commercial experience
Minimum of 4+ years commercial experience developing start of the art Android applications.
Must have experience with Dagger, RX Java, Retrofit.
Previous experience working in agile preferably Scrum or Kanban
UI Test Automation
Experience working with Google maps/ Localisation
Ideally have a startup mindset, with the ability to think outside the box.
This is a great opportunity for an experienced Android developer to join a growing company which is building traction rapidly. If you are interested in such an exciting opportunity then we would like to hear from you. Contact Cathal for more details.
May 17, 2019
Android Developer – Leading Online Dating Platform
£60 - 80K
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