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Android Developer

Job Title: Android Developer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Industry:
Salary: €65000 - €75000 per annum + 10% bonus + bens
Start Date: ASAP
REF: Androi1_1502287728
Contact Name: Heral Bharadia
Contact Email: HeralB@montash.com
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Role: Android Developer

Salary: €65-75K + 10% bonus + bens

Skills: 3+ years solid Android platform, Android SDK, Java, Agile/Scrum, OO languages, Swift, Objective-C, TDD

In order to strengthen the team based in Amsterdam, we are looking for an experienced, dynamic and forward thinking Android Developer. As an Android Developer at our company you will play a key role in the organization. You will be part of an agile mobile development team and work closely with product owners, backend developers and designers to develop new features for our native Android application. This involves developing and implementing new technologies whilst also keeping a critical eye on the current landscape and not being afraid to propose new solutions. We encourage our people to always challenge the status quo and welcome any suggestion that will help us improve and make our services safer, faster and more efficient.



Requirements:

  • Want to be part of an international, dynamic and entrepreneurial team
  • Enthusiastic about software development and always curious about new technologies
  • Feel responsible and proud about the product that you are shipping
  • Bachelor or Master Degree in computer science/engineering
  • Minimum of 5 years of professional development experience
  • 3+ years of solid experience with the Android platform
  • Excellent knowledge of Java and Android SDK
  • Experience with Agile/Scrum development methodologies
  • Preferably have knowledge of mobile security and hardening
  • Write high-quality software and use best practices
  • Preferably have knowledge of other modern OO languages especially Swift, Objective-C and ability to develop for iOS
  • Test-driven mindset and experience with functional testing frameworks
  • Experience working with A/B testing
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Fluency in written and spoken English is essential


Perks:

  • Competitive salary and an annual personal development allowance
  • Lenovo or MacBook laptop; will you choose the dark side?
  • Toasties, fruit, coffee and tea
  • Game room with ping pong, table soccer and excellent views of Amsterdam
  • Occasional, high powered nerf gun fights
  • Energetic, international, highly diverse colleagues
  • Challenging job; that's why you're here, isn't it?

If you possess the above, want to live and work in Amsterdam, speak English beautifully then apply NOW!!!

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