Location: Remote (UK/EU)
Salary: up to £55K
Start-ups and apps can be somewhat hit and miss.
Failure often comes down to rehashing a product that’s been done a thousand times.
But it’s great when an established app made by a small company still retains that close-knit, start-up culture that can be fast moving and supportive at the same time.
So, what if there was a company out there that are developing apps that genuinely improve the quality of life for users?
A company that has built a platform backed by scientific evidence, focusing on improving physical and mental health outcomes for any user, even the ones using the app purely for leisure.
Currently the tech team is 9 people across android, iOS and the back end, expanding to 13 in the coming months. The plan is to upgrade and refactor much of the app so the first 4-5 months will allow for learning the product ready for everyone to start working on new functionality and features come summertime.
The CTO likes to be as democratic as possible. Everyone is valued and their culture is one that promotes the sharing of fresh ideas, ownership, and a real sense of belonging.
When you’re developing technology that impacts lives, you’ll often need to think outside of the box, and they know that you need freedom in order to do that.
You’re not chained to one spot here, either. Progression opportunities and autonomy are a core part of their DNA, and they’re keen to demonstrate that remote-first works.
After all, it’s 2021 – do you really need to be in the office to be good at your job?
There’s no long list of requirements to be considered here. All they need is someone with a love of development, a few bright ideas, and the drive to tackle the challenges ahead.
Tech stack is about what you’d expect for a role like this, but to keep it short:
* You’ll have 2-4 years (or more) experience developing iOS/mobile applications – if you’ve worked with Android previously, but know your way around Swift, you’ll be just fine.
* When it comes to tackling tricky problems, you’re not one to shy away and look for the easy way out.
* You’re not scared to make your ideas known and your voice heard.
If you’re someone who wants to grow into a role, they can make that happen and give you all the support you need along the way.
At the same time, if you’re happy just coding away and bringing cool ideas to the table, they’re okay with that too – they’re not lacking leadership and on the iOS side have a very strong lead in place. not everyone wants to be a manager, and as techies themselves, they respect that.
Want to be part of something big?
Send over your CV. Let’s talk
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