If you have a passion for software development and relevant experience, don't worry about being a perfect fit for this job. The company is willing to invest in you. As an iOS Developer, you will be responsible for driving the company's platform forward with innovative solutions to architecture and design. You will also find elegant solutions to hard technical problems, develop native apps with great UI and UX, and innovate using the latest iOS technologies, frameworks, and approaches.
You will work as part of a team that builds new features and fixes existing issues on a regular schedule. It's important to write readable and well-documented code and manage your work by setting your own goals, prioritizing and executing them, and ultimately taking ownership of tasks and projects.
The company requires in-depth knowledge of iOS development and its ecosystem of tools and frameworks, along with the web technology stack. A bachelor's degree or at least 3 years of relevant demonstrable project experience is also necessary. Familiarity with frameworks like SwiftUI and ReactiveSwift is preferred, as well as good communication skills and the ability to work with a passionate team. A well-rounded approach to problem solving, pride in writing readable and well-documented code, and a good command of English for communicating, documenting, and writing guides and blog posts are also required.
The company offers a remote-first work environment that allows you to work how it best fits your requirements. You will work with a motivated team that enables you to do your best and there is room for personal and professional development through the encouragement of learning and experimenting. A family-friendly work environment, a generous vacation policy of six weeks, and a very competitive salary and benefits package are also included.
To apply for this job, your application should include a write-up explaining who you are as a software engineer and why you are interested in and a fit for the position. The company is especially interested in knowing what projects you have loved (or not loved) working on, what motivates you, and what surprising or exciting things you’ve learned since you began your career. You should also include some code (be it yours or somebody else’s) that really amazes you, and an explanation as to why. If available, links to online profiles you use (e.g. GitHub, Twitter), samples of documents you wrote (e.g. design documents, blog posts), and a description of your work history (such as a resume, or a LinkedIn profile) are also required.