Railroad19 · Nov 1st 2018
iOS Software Developer (Remote United States) At Railroad19, we develop customized software solutions and provide software development services.
We are currently seeking a world-class iOS developer with experience building applications using Objective-C. The right person will be a trusted consultant to help identify, educate, and foster best-in-class solutions. Creating these relationships requires strong communication skills.
At Railroad19, you are part of a company that values your work and gives you the tools you need to succeed. We are headquartered in Saratoga Springs, New York, but we are a distributed team of remote developers across the US.
This is a full-time role with vacation, full benefits and 401k. Railroad19 provides competitive compensation with excellent benefits and a great corporate culture.
Understand our client's fast-moving business requirements
Negotiate appropriate solutions with multiple stake-holders
Write and maintain scalable enterprise quality software
Build iOS/TvOS applications using objective-C
Manage the complete software development life cycle
Writing functional and unit tests in order to maintain code quality
Collaborate with other teams in order to deliver a highly performance application that contains little or no defects
Identify new opportunities, tools, and services to enhance the custom software platform
Support and troubleshoot issues (process & system), identify root cause, and proactively recommend sustainable corrective actions
Skills & Experience:
Hands on experience working with video SDK in iOS and tvOS platforms
Experience with Apple's media framework AV/Kit and AVFountation
Experience with RESTful APIs to connect iOS/tvOS applications to back-end services
Demonstrates willingness to learn new technologies and takes pride in delivering working software
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Experience participating on an agile team
Is self-directed and can effectively contribute with little supervision
Bachelor's or master's degree in computer science, computer engineering, or other technical discipline; or equivalent work experience