Lead IOS Engineer - Fin-tech startup

We have an opportunity for you to work within a company that helps solve one of the biggest problems experienced by many…. Money!

This is a fin-tech that have cracked the code of everyday finance. A Free app that watches your spending and finds different ways you can save. Using AI and machine learning, they offer the user a plethora of ways to save and invest.

But they need your help. They are after an iOS Engineer, ready to take on a new challenge and help lead the team to even bigger heights. With a huge focus on growth in the coming months, this is an ideal project for an experienced iOS Engineer who is ready to take ownership of an exciting start-up and really make a mark in the industry.

 

You’ll be responsible for:

Developing the iOS native app

Influencing UX and product design, by using your deep understanding of iOS best practice to assess feasibility and offer alternatives where there may be a better option

Writing and running unit test scripts

Quality documentation for the delivered feature

Researching new technologies and techniques, running experiments, technical spikes and proof of concepts to stay at the forefront of modern application development

 

Job requirements

A successful applicant will have the following:

 

Engineering

Expert knowledge of iOS and native app development (Swift)

Expert knowledge of OOP and SOLID principles

Experience working with 3rd party APIs and libraries

Experience evaluating how different technologies and frameworks can be used in order to deliver the best possible solutions

Experience with unit testing

Quality

Dislike of hacks, preferring to write clean code over quick fixes

Habit of documenting your code and knowledge

Strong emphasis on usability best practices and structured code

Process

Comfortable working with cross functional teams,

Experience in working with lean methodologies in Kanban and/or Scrum

Ability to work in a feature-based environment

Job type: Permanent

Location: Waterloo, London

Salary: £75,000 per annum

date posted: 6/24/2020 10:30:39 AM

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