Hiring a Full-time (preferably Senior) Android Developer!
Location: Atlanta, Ga or 100% remote (anywhere in the U.S. excluding New York, District of Columbia, and Washington State). U.S. citizens only.
Immigration/visa support: No
Salary range: 70k - 100k, depending on experience. Negotiable.
The Ideal Candidate possesses the following Technical Skills:
• Android Development and consulting experience
• Thorough knowledge about the Android Lifecycle and state management
• Deep knowledge and experience of asynchronous programming and multithreaded programming (e.g. RxJava, Coroutines and Flow, LiveData)
• App Architecture expertise
• Agile Programming (writing stories including use cases and requirements, attending standups, kickoffs, retrospectives, design sessions)
• Able to support all screen sizes and device types
• Experience writing high quality automated unit tests (JUnit) and UI tests
• Excellent code reviewing skills
• Strong written/verbal communication skills
• Health, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k) matching, short-term and long-term disability
• Retina MacBook Pro and adjustable sitting/standing desk
• Flexible and remote-friendly (allows 100% remote)
• Admission to one conference a year of choice
• Ability to schedule time for professional development opportunities (approval required)
• Snacks and coffee provided in kitchen (onsite only)
• On-site personal training sessions
Feel free to PM me your resume, LinkedIn profile or other contact info and I will forward it to the Android team. Thanks!
07/17/2020, 12:40 PM
Why are NY, DC, and WA excluded?
07/17/2020, 3:29 PM
I'd like to know too, a couple weeks ago I saw a job posting on LinkedIn which included or excluded (I forgot which) a list of about 30 states.
07/17/2020, 7:21 PM
Our company does training as well as consulting. Those three states heavily regulate with regard to training. We have not satisfied the extra requirements needed to operate in those states at this time.
07/29/2020, 7:29 AM
Shall I ask you something? Why candidate needs to be US citizen when position is fully remote?