Mobile Developer - IOS
Our client, a leading energy-efficient technology manufacturer is seeking a skilled Mobile Developer to join their team in Galway. As an iOS Engineer, you will be responsible for developing applications ('apps') for Apple devices (iOS). You will work as part of a team to define, design and implement features in suite of applications. You will identify and correct deficiencies and fix errors in codes that show as bugs. The ideal candidate will be an effective communicator, engineer, and problem solver. They will have experience in UI, UX and iOS frameworks. In addition, the successful candidate will be proficient with messaging, offline storage, threading and performance tuning and be familiar with Apple's design principles and interface guidelines. Responsibilities: 3-5 years' experience in Mobile Developing (iOS. To improve architecture and contribute to architectural review. Actively engage in the Apps lifecycle with a view to continuously improve and enhance our tools. Continuously discover, evaluate and integrate new technologies. Write high quality (e.g. clean, well-tested) code. Design, develop and manage automated unit and acceptance tests. Deliver tasks on-time and communicate challenges/roadblocks. Recommend, evaluate and implement the best solutions. Participate actively in the code review process. Qualifications: 3 - 5 years of experience building real-time native iOS application. Have submitted Apps & update to same apps to the App Store. Strong proficiency in Swift, Objective-C and the iOS development ecosystem as a whole. Detailed understanding of the iOS platform, including different device capabilities, battery life, and performance. Passionate about building apps which are highly focused on usability and the end user. Have a strong interest in building libraries for other developers (and checking quality of your work with test automation. Passion for designing and implementing ergonomic API's. A genuine passion and interest in technology and software development with a thorough knowledge of web trends, best practices, and new technologies with the drive to stay informed on upcoming trends. Skills: Self-management skills, particularly in respect to prioritisation and execution. Strong verbal and written communication skills and autonomy are essential. Ability to collaborate with colleagues across the organisation. Benefits: Competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits on offer. Work from home/remote working options. To be considered for this role, apply online with CV or contact Sophie Colvin at Sanderson for more details.
6 days ago