We are a startup in the Financial Technology industry looking for a Senior Front-End Developer to build performant mobile apps on both the iOS and Android platforms, including design, architecture, development, code review, and testing of key software solutions.
You will play a leading part in a cross-functional, global team that’s responsible for the full software development life cycle, from conception to deployment & maintenance. Building a product is a highly collaborative effort, and as such, a strong team player with a commitment to perfection is required. Work will primarily be remote.
If you’re familiar with Agile methodologies and feel at home working in a startup environment, we’d like to meet you.
·Translate UI designs and UX wire-frames into high-quality code
·Build pixel-perfect, smooth UIs across both iOS and Android mobile platforms
·Leverage native APIs for deep integrations with both platforms
·Optimize components for maximum performance
·Diagnose and fix bugs and performance bottlenecks
·Maintain code and write automated tests to ensure the product is of the highest quality.
·Work closely with backend developers to understand and properly use the systems APIs
·Write both unit and integration tests, and develop automation tools for daily tasks
·Write technical documentation
·Participate in daily stand-ups/ad-hoc design sessions as and when required (via online conferencing facilities, ie. Zoom)
·Be prepared to collaborate with remote teams across different time zones, which may occasionally require working outside usual business hours
·Minimum Degree Required: Bachelor Degree in Computer Science or relevant field
·At least 10 years' experience as a Front-end developer with a strong focus on React-Native)
·Ability to write well-documented, clean code
·Familiarity with native build tools
·Solid understanding of object-oriented programming
·Understanding of REST APIs
·Understanding and grasp of Agile development and Scrum practices
·Solid SQL / relational database experience
·Solid at working with third-party dependencies and debugging dependency conflicts