Mobile Infrastructure Engineer
Take WordPress, Simplenote, and other native apps for iOS and Android to the next level. We want people to be able to blog and manage their site or shop wherever they are on their iOS and 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.
- Enjoy collaborating in code reviews and discussions about architecture or design.
- Are motivated to make your teammates more productive.
- Enjoy tooling for faster builds, a reliable CI, and automated code reviews.
- Have experience with build systems for both iOS and Android.
- Are knowledgeable about design patterns and testability; experience with XCUI / Espresso, performance testing, unit testing, and device farms is a plus.
- PHP, REST API, and WordPress backend programming experience.
- Experience with mobile development for iOS and/or Android.
- Familiar with Electron app development, or packaging and distribution.
- Open source contributions.
- You’re involved in open source or other communities.
How to Apply
Does this sound interesting? If yes, please send a short email to jobs @ this domain telling us about yourself and attach a résumé. Let us know what you can contribute to the team. Include the title of the position you’re applying for and your name in the subject.
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