Loco2 · Feb 2nd 2018
Loco2's mission is to make booking trains anywhere in Europe as easy and affordable as possible, from epic international adventures to everyday local commutes. Our booking coverage is unrivalled and growing.
We're looking for an experienced mobile engineer to join our growing engineering team. You will help us deliver a world-class mobile experience through our hybrid iOS and Android apps, combining fully native views with our Single Page Application (see below).
At Loco2 we care deeply about building an inclusive, open and supportive work environment. We behave with respect for people and the planet and are seeking a diverse range of candidates that share these values.
We're a small, passionate and cosmopolitan team, with a healthy remote-first culture and an office in London. Our success is built on trust, empathy and shared knowledge, with our users at the centre of what we do. We're proud to have an average rating of 9.3 out of 10 on Trustpilot after 22,000 reviews.
We’ve been selling tickets since 2012 (read our full story here), and we’re growing rapidly as the business matures. Our goal is to scale effectively whilst continuing to delight our users.
Tech stack and role description
Our current mobile applications are hybrid, mixing fully native views with numerous embedded web-views, presenting parts of our mobile website.
We’re sticking with the hybrid approach (i.e. we don’t intend to ever have fully native apps) but are now transitioning our traditional multi-page web application to a React-powered single-page application. We’re hiring separately for experienced front-end developers to accelerate this transition.
Once we’ve transitioned to the SPA, lots of functionality/UX will be identical across our mobile website and applications, but there remain areas where we’ll need to use native functionality. One of Loco2’s main goals is to be useful to customers when they are travelling, and building an exceptional mobile UX that feels truly native is one of our biggest goals for 2018.
Whilst we don’t expect you to be a master of all of the following technologies, our current software stack consists of:
An ideal candidate: