Digital Marketing Jobs & Apprenticeships

hedgehog lab


Expires on 2019-02-28

Job Type Full Time Experience Needed 3:5 Years Career Level INTERMEDIATE - LOWER LEVEL

iOS Developer

hedgehog lab is looking for an iOS Developer in Hyderabad, India. If you meet the requirements below, you will be eligible to apply via Digital Marketing Community.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Interpret client requirements and suggest development approaches.
  • Recognize problems and be able to arrive at a solution either independently, or with other colleagues.
  • Associate in agile ceremonies such as sprint planning meetings (or be prepared to learn).
  • Operate with design and UX colleagues to successfully implement app designs.
  • Participate in the continual development of our internal development processes.
  • Aid with the technical architecture and approach for projects.
  • Contribute to the estimation of time and delivery of projects.

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum 3 years of commercial experience developing for iOS (Objective-C or Swift).
  • Demonstarted understanding of networks, HTTP, RESTful APIs and how a mobile app consumes them.
  • An appreciation of mobile UX and knowledge of the Apple human interface guidelines.
  • Effective experience with, or a willingness to extend your skills in unit testing.
  • Expert working knowledge of Git, Build Servers, Continous Integration and other supporting systems.
  • Deep knowledge of SCRUM/agile methodologies.
  • Wide knowledge of web applications and the latest advances with HTML5.
  • Passionate with a desire to deliver world-class products.
  • Outstanding communicator (verbally and written), capable of inspiring colleagues and clients.
  • Outgoing, personable, sociable and easy going.
  • Open to criticism from your team to benefit project development.
  • Comfortable with pressure and deadlines and can work in a fast paced environment.
  • An aptitude and openness to learning new skills and technologies.
  • Solid analytical and problem-solving skills – whether it be tracking down an obscure ARC related memory deallocation bug, or getting to the bottom of how best to translate business requirements into a fully implemented solution.
  • Sound opinions on what goes into making a good mobile app around areas such as performance, security and usability.
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