Mobile App Developer (iOS and Android)

Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland

Description

Due to an increase in demand for our services, Tapadoo are now looking for iOS and Android Developers at junior, mid and senior levels.

We've a number of new interesting projects booked, and need to continue to expand our team.

The jobs are based in our Dublin city centre office, in Strand Street Great, just near the Ha'penny bridge and Dublin's Italian Quarter.

Requirements

We're not hung up on education or qualifications. Yeah, we'll read it, but we're much more interested in what you've done.

We'd like to see some examples of your work. Specifically, apps you've worked on that are in the App Store, or Google's Play Store.

We want enthusiastic, motivated people who like to build apps. We use Java and Kotlin for Android Apps, and Swift or Objective-C for iOS Apps. We've also some work in React Native.

We use git for source control, youtrack for bug tracking, testrail for test case management, and team city for continuous integration - But if you don't know these, we can help.

Benefits

Salary will be in line with experience. Tapadoo offer a generous health plan to all employees upon completion of a probation period.



Here's what we see as a major benefit:

Mobile apps are our core business. We eat, sleep and drink mobile apps. We're design led, and keep apace of what's going on in this industry. When you work at Tapadoo, you'll be able to showcase your efforts as they end up in the app store. Your contributions will be valued, and visible. You won't be "the mobile app developer" in a company whose core business is something completely different, left to work on a single app forever. Instead, you'll work on new and interesting projects on an ongoing basis.


So get in touch

We believe that a diverse team makes for better products and a better workplace. Our team come from all over the world and from varied backgrounds.

Studies have shown that when a man reads a job description and sees an 80% overlap with their skills, they think "This is the job for me", but when a woman reads a job description and sees an 80% overlap with their skills, they think "I'm not quite the right fit" - If you want to be a core mobile apps developer, please get in touch: we'd love to hear from women, men and women of colour and other groups under represented in the tech industry.


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