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Android Developer - Amsterdam

Job Title: Android Developer - Amsterdam
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Salary: €0.00 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3+ Months
REF: J8814_1501583841
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Android Developer required. Android Developer required by Montash's market leading client in Amsterdam. As an Android Developer you will be working on several very exciting eCommerce and mobile payment projects and must be able to exhibit extensive knowledge of Java and Android SDK.

The Android Developer with be highly experienced in developing apps for the Android platform and be well versed in OO programming particularly with Java. Experience working with Agile / Scrum development methodologies is a major plus as is knowledge of A / B testing.

Knowledge of Objective-C and iOS development is advantageous although not essential.

To summarise, The Android Developer will have skills and experience in the following areas:

  • Significant knowledge of Android SDK
  • Strong Java Development skills
  • Agile / Scrum
  • A /B Testing
  • OO programming
  • Objective-C and iOS a major plus

You will also be comfortable working in a fast paced environment but possess the ability to remain calm under pressure.

This is a brand new position so if you fit the profile above and want to be the first person to discuss their plans in more detail then please send me you CV immediately

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