Mobile Developer - Agency, iOS, Swift

First Achieve Limited
11 Jan 2018
10 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Mobile Developer, Manchester, Up to £45k or DOE

I don't know if you know, well, you probably do as you are contacted by recruiters quite often - Manchester is a very competitive market for a Mobile Developer.

Sort what do you value?

We can provide you with 25 days holiday + 8 bank holidays, Flexible working, Reduced gym rates, Restaurant discounts, bar discounts, a holiday away (3 days, all expenses paid) with the company each year and city centre bespoke Las Vegas styled offices!

Phew That was quite a mouthful.

So, to be eligible for the above what do you need?

It would certainly help if you are a Mobile Developer but a must is experience with Objective-C and Swift - that said, we don't discriminate on your level, Junior, Mid-Level or Senior we want to hear from you.

Other tech:

  • Strong knowledge Cocoapods
  • Experience of CI and CD tools, ideally TeamCity but others also useful
  • Demonstrable apps you've worked on available to view the app store
  • Knowledge of relevant design patterns
  • Good understanding of OOP concepts
  • Expertise in performance optimization
  • Unit and functional testing is a big bonus
  • Other development experience is also a bonus especially in JavaScript or any of the cross-platform technologies, NativeScript, Xamarin, etc.
  • Source Control using Git
  • Experience working in an Agile environment

The role?

  • You will work with a friendly and welcoming team who want to develop and deliver amazing apps and results for their clients
  • You will be responsible for designing architecture
  • Ensuring all you work fits within the company values of which quality is hugely important
  • You will oversee some of the more junior developers work and mentor them where possible
  • Understand and deliver the full project lifecycle
  • Work with testing and QA teams to make sure all work is to company standard

Sounds like the role for you? Contact us.

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