Android Developer

Priceline.com's team was awarded a Top Developer badge on Google Play! Come join us and be a part of our high-performing engineering team! 

Priceline is looking for optimistic and collaborative, developers to roll up their sleeves and join our mobile team. We believe in hiring people who love what they do. Are you passionate about Android, mobile technology, and building great products? If so, we want to hear from you!

As a member of our Android Development Team, you'll be building priceline.com's world-class Android app for booking hotels, rental cars, and air travel. You will work closely with Product Managers and UI/UX specialists to create fast, efficient, stable code, with core Android technologies such as: Content Providers, Sync Adapters, View Animations, Property Animations, JSON, and more. Additionally, you'll be implementing A/B tests and real-time analytics, as a member of a tight-knit, fast-moving team that includes server-side developers.

Required Skills:
Demonstrated experience creating one or more production-quality Android apps using Android Studio: Send us your Google Play links if you have ‘em! 

Strong fluency of the Java programming language, the Android SDK (versions 4.1 and up), Dalvik VM, RenderScript, memory management, strong command of object oriented principles, data structure optimizations, security, IPC, third party service integration (e.g. Google Play Services) and the Android development environment. 

Experience as a member of a development team that uses Agile development techniques.

Thorough understanding of REST-ful API design: You can design and document a client-server protocol, and you can implement the client side of a documented protocol.

Required Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree in related field
  • 2 years related experience in Android development
  • Strong coding abilities and experience with Java and Android SDK (version 4.1 and up)
  • Strong experience with Object Oriented (OO) software design
  • Experience understanding large and complex code bases
  • Memory Management (as it relates to Android devices)
  • Multi-Threading
  • Caching Mechanisms
  • Integration with Google Play Services
  • Implementing REST APIs

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