Core Location Frameworks Engineer
Posted: Dec 6, 2019
Weekly Hours: 40
Role Number: 200005856
Join our Sensing and Connectivity team and drive innovation that matters. We build and seamlessly integrate technologies that enrich people's lives and deliver the best user-experience. We're looking for people who are passionate about building technology that will make a difference. You will power the next generation of location-aware applications for users and developers. We design and develop the location services available on all of our platforms: iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. We are looking for a highly motivated software engineer with technical fundamentals in Computer Science. We partner with a variety of cross and multi-functional team members from a diverse array of groups across the company.
- 2+ years of professional experience in C or C++ or Objective-C
- Deep understanding of multi-threaded programming and synchronization
- You have experience crafting and then supporting API's
- Broad experience in overall system design and implementation
- You have a desire to learn and then use that knowledge to mentor others
- Laser-focus on the smallest details that are substantial to our customers
- You will need to possess phenomenal attention to detail, have the ability to engage and motivate cross-functional partners, and have strong organizational and planning skills.
As a successful member of Apple's Core Location Frameworks Team, you are expected to be a self-motivated, dedicated, and a solutions oriented individual. - You will help design and architect new location features - You will maintain and improve the CoreLocation framework in the public SDK - You will implement and optimize daemons backing our SDK frameworks - You will develop the software that powers our next generation hardware - You will drive correct usage of API internally and externally
Education & Experience
Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent experience.
- Familiarity with iOS or MacOS is advantageous
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