Mobile Application Developer (iOS or Android)

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Job Overview


  • Contribute in designing, testing, releasing and application support.
  • Write clean and sustainable code that can be used in the future.
  • Gather specific requirements and suggest solutions.
  • Write unit tests, troubleshoot and debug to optimize performance and stability.
  • Design interfaces to improve user experience.
  • Identify and plan for new features.
  • Ensure new and legacy applications meet quality standards.
  • Suggest and implement new mobile products, applications and protocols.
  • Stay up-to-date with new technology and best practices.


  • University Degree in Computer Science or other IT related field
  • Excellent command of the English Language
  • Previous working experience as a Mobile developer for at least 1 year
  • Rich portfolio of released applications on the App store or the Android market
  • In-depth knowledge of programming languages such as Swift and/or Java/Kotlin
  • Familiarity with OOP design principles
  • Problem solver with excellent analytical skills


  • Competitive salary including a 13th salary
  • Relocation package (if applicable)
  • Visa arrangements for the employee and family members (if applicable)
  • Medical and life insurance
  • Provident fund
  • Free meals and beverages at the in-house cafeteria
  • In-house gym with a personal trainer
  • Discount card for several services and products

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