Mobile Engineer (Android)
Take WordPress, Simplenote, and other native apps for Android to the next level. We want people to be able to blog and manage their site or shop wherever they are on their Android devices, taking advantage of the things that make our mobile devices our most important ones such as media and notifications. We work closely with multi-functional product teams to improve the WordPress experience on phones and tablets — both the apps and their underlying APIs and systems.
- Collaborative in code reviews and discussions about architecture or design.
- Accomplished in Android software development; Kotlin experience is definitely a plus.
- Knowledgeable about design patterns and testability; experience with Espresso, performance testing and unit testing is very welcome.
- Thoughtful about product design, with good user experience instincts.
- Experience with React Native development.
- UI design skills and knowledge of platform design specifications.
- PHP, REST API, and WordPress backend programming experience.
- Data analysis experience, and how analytics can influence product decisions.
- Knowledge of tooling and build systems.
- Open source contributions.
- You’re involved in Open Source or other communities.
How to Apply
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