My Client is an award-winning innovative healthcare company based in Central New York. They are a household name and are looking to expand their main team even further. They currently have a healthy mix between iOS and android however after reviewing the application they feel that the next steps will be focused towards the iOS side of things.
The ideal candidate must have a real passion for mobile technology and has the willingness to learn newest technologies and best practices. This is a TDD environment and code reviews happen like clockwork. My client has a ‘get stuff done’ attitude and expects insane quality, but not forgetting to have fun along the way.
To be considered for this role you must have;
Degree in computer science
3+ years commercial mobile development / 5 years software development experience
Experience with Swift is essential
Must have a portfolio or pushed at least 1 app to the App Store
2+ years’ experience Unit / UI Testing
Must have experience with Web API interaction and JSON
Proficient with CI/CD system
On offer is competitive salary accompanied by a benefits package. Structured career path and the opportunity to work on an application which makes a benefit to society.
If this sounds like the next step in your career, then please get in touch for more details
December 18, 2018
iOS Developer – Healthcare Industry – New York
$100 - 135K
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