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Team Liquid

Mobile App Developer

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Team Liquid
🌎 Remote (Anywhere)

We are looking for a Mobile App Developer to join our team either remote or in Utrecht, NL.

A successful candidate is:

  • Organized. Implementing systematic workflows and proper documentation are essential skills for our ideal candidate.
  • Flexible. Our developer must be able to accommodate different time zones and work on simultaneous projects.
  • Meticulous. The debugging and testing phases are crucial in web development, and our ideal candidate must be able to review as well as they write code.
  • Able to adjust. Feedback is an important part of the development process, and our ideal candidate must be able to incorporate requests and suggestions from departments heads and qualified colleagues.
  • A team player. As a global organization across many different continents, cultures, and games, our developers must be able to work with all staff who require their expertise.

Required skills, experience and equipment:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • 1-2+ years of React Native experience
  • Comfortable developing for iOS and Android devices
  • Excellent understanding of best practices (maintainability, performance, security) for each coding language.
  • Git experience

Bonuses

  • developing RESTful API experience and microservices
  • Behavior-driven development (BDD) experience
  • MongoDB / MySQL experience
  • Knowledge of website accessibility standards (WCAG).
  • Experience with the principles of interaction design, user-centered concepts, UX research and design, human-computer interaction, or interface design.
  • Experience leading a team of developers

Deliverables:

  • Develop and maintain features for a forthcoming Team Liquid website / application
  • Participate in code review, regular planning meetings and retrospectives
  • Coordinate with website developers to ensure synchronicity between Mobile app and website components