iOS developer (Multiple roles)
My client is a leading Saas based in Dublin. They are growing their Mobile development team and are looking to hire mid – snr iOS Developers to work on a number of new projects which are due to start in Q.3
You will join an established iOS team working on greenfield projects as well as maintaining and updating existing projects.
This opportunity is for a talented developer with experience ranging from 3+ years’. You will join a multicultural team; strong communication skills are essentials due to working relations with key stakeholders across a diverse client portfolio
To be considered you must have;
Bsc in Computer Science or Relevant working experience
3+ years Native iOS Development experience.
Proficient with Objective- C, X-code etc.
Must have a minimum of 1.5 years’ experience working with Swift.
Strong understanding of OO principals / Practices.
Previously worked on a live portfolio of apps and have the ability to chop and change according to needs.
Previous experience working with CI/CD (Jenkins/Fastlane)
Competitive Base Salary
Relocation Assistance – overseas candidates
Bonus based on Company Profits
This is a great opportunity for an experienced iOS Developer to join an award-winning team where they will have an input on key decisions. There is a work hard play hard ethos, great social aspect, new state of the art offices, Quarterly hackathons, Annual conferences with key note speakers.
If you would like to hear more please apply accompanied by an up to date CV. This opportunity is only on offer to Stamp 4 holders, Irish Nationals and EU Citizens.
May 28, 2018
iOS developer (Multiple roles) – Dublin
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