Senior Android Developer
- Popular Digital bank, greenfield Kotlin development
- Close-knit team, open and collaborative culture, flexible work environment
- 12month initial contract (opportunity for extension)
As part of the Android Mobile Banking team you will work on the development of greenfield Kotlin based projects for a popular Digital bank.
About the Company:
Unique Digital bank who have an inspiring culture and ethos. Expect an open and collaborative environment, whilst working for a company who are all about investing in new technologies to innovate and make their customers lives better.
About the Role:
As a Senior Developer you will be part of the Android Mobile Banking team, working on greenfield projects, including the development of exciting new features. Working in an Agile collaborative environment to create innovative, simple and interactive user experiences which take full advantage of Android capabilities.
- Deliver across the entire app life cycle, from concept, design, build, deployment, testing and release
- Work directly with Developers, Designers, Testers and Product Managers to conceptualise, build, test and release native Android products
- Create device specific user interfaces and experiences
- Optimise performance of the applications
- Create technical documentation
- Gather requirements around functionality and translate those requirements into elegant functional solutions
Skills and Experience:
- Hands-on Android development experience
- Experience with Kotlin, JSON and RESTful services is a must
- Experience with JetPack/Architecture components (MVVM, Data-bindings, Room, LifeCycle)
- Understanding of Android Best Practices, including design patterns, frameworks, coding standards & practices, quality assurance and deployment
- Experience developing APIs (okhttp, RxJava, Dagger, Google Maps)
- Familiarity with JIRA, Rally and GitHub
- Familiarity with unit testing and functional testing concepts
- Knowledge of banking applications is highly desirable
For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Anna Galit quoting reference .