Are you ready to end global hunger and make a real impact?
As an iOS engineer for ShareTheMeal you will be responsible for the technical development of our multi-platform mobile app with a global reach. Your focus will be on iterating and a/b testing new features and helping us personalize the user experience. Together, we want to create a slim and exciting iOS app that makes it easy for our users to help make this world a better place!
What you bring:
- 3+ years experience in developing native mobile apps for iOS
- Fluency in Swift
- Knowledge of mobile design and development as well as quality assurance and code reviews
- Experience building large-scale apps with a global reach and engaging daily active users
What we offer:
- A competitive salary
- To be part of a multi-cultural, enthusiastic and driven team working on one of the most innovative social impact projects
- A flexible, laid back working atmosphere
- To have an impact: ShareTheMeal is a team of 10 people, so what you do will matter.
Our backend is written in node.js and runs on AWS (EC2, S3, Opswork, Cloudwatch, SNS, CloudFront, Route53, Amazon RDS, etc.) with Continuous Integration and Test Automation. We develop native on iOS with Swift and in Java for Android. Other tools include Contentful and Loco.
Does this sound like something you want to be a part of? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ShareTheMeal is the award-winning app by the World Food Programme (WFP). With just a few taps on their smartphones, users can donate as little as US $0.50 (the global average cost to feed a child) and feed a child for one day.
Since our global launch in November 2015, millions of meals have been shared by almost 1 million users worldwide. ShareTheMeal has won several awards including Google io Best Social Impact, a SXSW Award and a GSMA award at Mobile World Congress. We are part of Google's "Best Apps of 2016" and Editor's choice. ShareTheMeal is often mentioned by many of the major media outlets including CNN, Al Jazeera and The Guardian.
Join us and help end global hunger!