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Lead Mobile Application Developer - iOS/Android

Job Title: Lead Mobile Application Developer - iOS/Android
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £450 - £600 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: MS-MD-IOS/AN-29715
Contact Name: Marcus Seoane
Contact Email: marcuss@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Mobile Application Developer - iOS/Android

Montash have been engaged by a large client in London to source a Mobile Application Developer for their innovations team.

They are looking for someone with hands on development experience in Android/iOS and experience in designing e2e solutions for prototypes. The successful candidate will have experience working with Amazon Web Services (AWS), and a passion for innovation. They are looking for someone that follows new technology trends and can work in an Agile environment.

Key Skills: iOS ,Android, Development, Solution Design, Apps, AWS, Agile, Mobile, Applications.

This is an urgent requirement, if you feel you have the relevant skills for this role please apply below.

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