Android Developer

Industry: FinTech
Remote
Company size: 251-10K
Full-time/Part-time
salary
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Job description

A fintech company that helps users to manage expenses, pay bills, and gain access to instant rewards, is looking for an Android Developer. The selected candidate will be tasked with designing and implementing customer-facing features. The company is revolutionizing the way traditional credit cards work by offering a simple and transparent app to help users to transact easily. The company has managed to raise $290mn+ during their Series B round of funding. This is a great chance for developers to join an agile team environment and contribute to shipping features at a fast pace.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Create, maintain, and improve high-performance, reusable, and dependable code
  • Design the architecture and install new features in production with the help of product managers and the back-end team
  • Write unit-test code to ensure the code's resilience, usefulness, and overall dependability
  • Continuously discover, analyze, and deploy new technologies to maximize development

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science (or equivalent experience)
  • At least 5+ years of experience in developing android applications
  • Experience defining system architectures and weighing technical feasibility tradeoffs
  • Prolific knowledge of Retrofit, OkHttp, Picasso, RxJava, Gson, Arch-components, and other common Android libraries
  • Debugging abilities, such as finding memory leaks and performance bottlenecks, as well as the use of tools such as adb, proguard, and others
  • Excellent knowledge of Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Understanding scalability, performance, and reliability in design
  • Solid understanding of OOP, different architectural patterns (esp. MVVM) and their testability
  • Experience building two or more published android apps in the play store 
  • Prior experience working in an agile environment and using a project management solution such as Jira
  • Demonstrable skills working with Material Design guidelines, common mobile UX patterns, and anti-patterns
  • Experience in UPI is nice to have

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