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Senior Software Engineer -- Mobile Apps

SpanishDict uses cutting-edge technology to dramatically improve the way people learn and speak a foreign language. Last year more than 100 million visitors came to our site, making it the world’s largest Spanish reference website.  

We pride ourselves on an engineering culture committed to rapid iteration, broad test coverage, extensive automation, and fast deployments. We are looking for a talented, experienced mobile developer to join our team. The ideal candidate is an expert at writing Objective-C/Swift and Java and has experience leading an iOS or Android project.

You will play a lead role in architecting, developing and maintaining the next generation of our mobile applications which reach more than 150,000 daily unique users.

What are we looking for in a mobile developer?

  • At least three years of experience in mobile application development.
  • Extensive experience developing, releasing, and maintaining native iOS apps. (Please provide sample work in the App Store and or links to Github repositories)
  • Experience leading an iOS or Android project.
  • Experience working with REST APIs.
  • Experience with Swift and Objective-C.
  • Good understanding of version control principles, preferably using Git. Familiar with Agile/Scrum.
  • Experience with Android Studio preferred.

What’s the culture like?

We’ve brought together a talented team that is down-to-earth, friendly, and driven to build products that people use and love. Our technology stack is state-of-the-art and as a team we regularly develop elegant apis, automate tests, produce innovative UIs, and review each other’s code so that it is reusable, extensible, and easy to maintain. We also contribute to the DC Tech scene by hosting meetups for Node. Read more about our culture on our engineering blog.

 

Does the job come with perks?

We offer a competitive salary and amazing benefits, including stock options, 401(k) contributions, platinum health insurance, work-from-home-days, a budget for conferences and classes, all-you-can-eat snacks and drinks, Free Lunch Fridays, and a whole lot more. We are located in Rosslyn, VA and enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the Potomac River.

To find out more and apply online, visit our careers page.






 

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