Build the Best Apps Ever: 10 Jobs to Check Out This Week
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We know it’s not always easy to find great jobs. That’s why we created The Muse—a peek into some of the most inspiring places to work across the country. And each week, we’ll be bringing you a roundup of great jobs to apply for from those organizations.
This week, check out a selection of jobs that'll have you building the next generation of iOS and Android apps. (Want more? Check out all of our companies that are hiring on The Muse!)
iCracked, Silicon Valley
iCracked is looking for an Objective-C fluent engineer who wants to work at a fast-paced and exciting company. In this role, you'll manage the current code base and help build awesome new iOS apps and features that will connect customers to the services they love.
Squarespace, New York
Squarespace is seeking iOS developers to join a small, collaborative team responsible for the end-to-end development of its iPhone applications and the long-term vision of Squarespace on mobile devices.
Hudl, Location Flexible
Hudl is looking for a developer with experience writing and shipping at least one iOS app. In this role, you'll translate complex, real-world problems into simple and elegant software solutions.
Lead Mobile Engineer
Omnigon, New York
Omnigon is looking for a hands-on engineer who can code while managing, inspiring, and growing a team of iOS engineers. You'll need a proven aptitude developing applications and familiarity with Android.
iOS and Android Mobile Engineer
Qstream is looking for a passionate engineer to make its application hum. You'll work on projects that are vast and broad and be hands-on in building native leaderboards for the company's iPhone app.
Mobile App Engineer
Voxy, New York
Voxy is looking for an engineer who can own features and work in cross-functional teams. In this role, you'll work alongside Voxy's web app and server team to ensure a consistent and quality experience.
Software Engineer, Mobile iOS
Facebook, Silicon Valley
Facebook is looking for self-starting engineers to develop sophisticated applications on the iPhone and iPad. In this role, you'll work closely with the product and design teams and customize native user interfaces with the latest iOS programming techniques.
Senior Mobile Engineer, Android
Klout, San Francisco
Klout is looking for a talented Android engineer. You should be familiar with Android SDK and Java and have at least one app in the Google Play store. For this role, you'll need to be a quick learner and ready to work in an "all hands on deck" environment.
Pinterest, San Francisco
Pinterest is looking for an engineer to help build one of the best Android apps on the market. You'll implement new features from scratch, work with the creative team, and keep up with the latest tools. For this role, you should have experience delivering great apps.
Tumblr, New York
Tumblr is looking for a versed engineer who is ready to take ownership of entire features. You'll create Android apps, write mobile code, and collaborate across departments. Must have a passion for beautiful, pragmatic code.
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