Did you know that fishing is the world’s most popular hobby? We do! And here at Fishbrain, we have created the world’s largest social network dedicated to people who love fishing as well as a suite of tools to help users catch more and bigger fishes.We have over 11 million users all over the world who have logged over 10 million catches in our app. We’re growing fast, have lots of fun, and are taking the fishing industry with us.
We are now looking for an android engineer with experience on how to design and build robust and scalable applications to help us take our product to the next level.
Please submit applications in ENGLISH, those that are not will not be reviewed.
Job DescriptionYou will join our one of our cross-functional product teams. As an android engineer you will contribute to, and sometimes lead, cross-team initiatives to evolve shared components and platform architecture.
You can expect to:
- Be a core member of the product team as well as the android guild team. Your opinions and ideas matter when shaping a product and how a team functions.
- Contribute to all stages of the product life-cycle: design, implementation, experimenting, testing, releasing and maintenance.
- Collaborate proactively. Be it pair programming to solve difficult technical issues or building a feature across product teams; we want to win as a team.
Who are we looking for?In order for you to thrive in this role, we believe that you:
- Are passionate about technology and love exploring new ideas to solve complex problems
- Are all about building great products that users love and you make technology choices with this in mind
- Have a robust knowledge of Kotlin and the android development ecosystem as a whole.
- Have built complex, high quality android applications, and have a strong knowledge of android app design principles, patterns, and best practices.
- Can work autonomously, and are more motivated by missions and goals than a specific list of tasks
- Proficiency in the English language, both written and verbal, sufficient for success in a remote and largely asynchronous work environment
Sound like you? We'd love to hear from you.