Senior Android Developer
DataArt has been engaged in software development and IT consulting since 1997. Companies that create interesting products and services have complex business processes, they want to beat the competition with the help of technology, and usually they turn to us. We, in turn, help them come up with technologies, build, implement, maintain, and upgrade them.
Android developers are in demand for various DataArt projects. The company has vacancies in specific projects as well as in teams that work with several clients within a particular industry. Like all our specialists, they have the opportunity to try their hands in different DataArt projects.
It is also should be noted that we hire people not for a project but for a team. Projects change, but the DataArt network of companies with its infrastructure, support, and tools of professional development stays.
DataArt has a flat structure, which means we don’t have superiors and subordinates. The engineers directly communicate with the customers’ representatives and are free to choose the tools for the job (as long as not constrained by other factors). We have free internal language and technological courses, hold international conferences, participate in other party conferences, provide employees with insurance, and take care of them in all kinds of ways.
DataArt’s network consists of 17 sales and development centers (US, UK, Argentina, Germany, Bulgaria, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, and Latvia). Our specialists can work in any of the centers after discussing it with the project team (and if they desire to, of course).
- 3+ years of experience developing Android applications.
- Excellent knowledge of OOP and data structures.
- Skills developing applications using the Android SDK.
- Knowledge of web service development technologies (REST APIs in particular).
- Good spoken English.
Would be a plus
- Experience developing applications for iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Symbian etc.
- Published android applications (Android Market)
- Experience in development using the Android NDK.