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Brillio

Remote iOS Developer

Location

Anywhere in the World

Job Type

Contract

Experience

N/A

Salary

N/A

Skill Set

Role

All Other Remote

Job Details

Who are we?

At Brillio, our customers are at the heart of everything we do. Born in the digital age, we embrace the four superpowers of technology, enabling our customers to not only improve their current performance but to rethink their business in entirely new ways. Brillio has exceptional employees worldwide and is trusted by hundreds of Fortunes 2000 organizations across the globe.


Why Brillio?

Because we are growing fast! Really fast, and we need talented people who want to have a profound impact on our customers. We're looking for an iOS Developer.


What Does success mean in this role?

  • 5+ years of experience in designing, building, refactoring, and releasing native apps.
  • Able to own a feature of an iOS application and develop it fully.
  • Experience with TDD, pairing, code reviews, and other techniques to maintain high-quality code and resiliency.
  • Good understanding of SOLID principles.
  • Solid Swift language knowledge.
  • Good understanding of iOS architecture, patterns, and open-source libraries.
  • Good understanding of basic architectural patterns (MVC, MVP, MVVM).
  • Develops across the entire app life cycle -concept, design, build, deploy, test, release to App Store, and support.
  • Proficient in Scrum/Agile methodologies.


Location Requirement: Home Office


Equal Employment Opportunity Declaration

It is the policy of Brillio, Inc. to provide a work environment free of discrimination. The Company will take affirmative action to ensure applicants and Brillio employees are treated without regard to race, color, religion, sex/gender, national origin, ethnic origin, veteran or military status, family or marital status, disability, genetic information, age, sexual orientation, gender expression or gender identity. This also includes individuals who are perceived to have any of the attributes. Brillio will adhere to all federal, state, and municipal laws and regulations governing employment.