Android Developer

Contract type: Permanent
Location: New South Wales
Industry: Technology
Salary $120000 - $144000 per annum
Start Date: 2024-06-06
Reference: BH-57637
Contact name: Georgina Smithers
Contact email:
Job published: June 07, 2024 15:45

Job Description

Our client is a consulting and solutions company with more than 800 clients across tech, banking, finance, wealth oil etc.

Their mobile services seamlessly integrate with business processes, delivering engaging, easy-to-use mobile solutions that provide exceptional user experiences. Their designs are device and technology-independent, ensuring users stay connected on any device.

Location - Sydney, NSW. Hybrid role, only apply if you are able to come into office.

Job Description:
  • 3+ years commercial Kotlin development experience.
  • Work with various teams to ensure timely delivery of Android development projects.
  • Provide regular updates and reports on project status.
  • Create modern, secure, and feature-rich Android applications using Kotlin from scratch.
  • Understand requirements and turn designs and wireframes into functional code.
  • Work with design and test teams to develop high-performance apps.
  • Work with APIs and data sources as required.
  • Maintain high standards of code quality, re-usability, and continuous evaluation.
  • Discover and integrate new technologies to improve developer experience.
  • Ensure reliable and bug-free user experiences through unit testing.
  • Collaborate with team members to plan, develop, and launch new features.
  • Implement security measures in line with overall security objectives.
What You’ll Be Doing:
  • Improve UX/UI Workflows
  • Address Performance Issues
  • Leverage Cutting-Edge Technologies
  • Write Code and Tests
  • Key Projects: Work on projects like building a new sourcing product and creating international versions of the app for key regions.

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