Mobile Developer (m/f)

Company Name:
WESTHOUSE offers the entire range of IT consulting services in IT, Engineering and Finance sector. We operate a worldwide network of highly qualified consultants and developers. Based in Munich, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Berlin, Zurich, Geneva, Milan, Pesaro, Barcelona, Hong Kong, Kunshan, New York and Mumbai. Westhouse today ranks among the leading IT service providers operating on an international scale.
OUR CLIENT, a well-known and important multinational company is currently seeking for his branch in Malta a highly motivated and business oriented.

The successful candidate will be responsible for:
Developing high end iOS and/or Android applications.
Testing, enhancing and maintaining smartphone and tablet applications.
Deploying and provisioning the final applications on the respective online stores and markets.
Participating in the design, development and test phases of the application.
Learning new cross platform frameworks and technologies.
Consuming existing web services through smart phone applications.
Documenting all work involved.
Supporting flexible working hours when necessary.
Working internationally in various countries including UK, North Africa, Asia and Australia.

The ideal candidate must have:
A Computer Science Degree or equivalent.
At least 2 years working experience in mobile App development.
Extensive experience developing mobile UI.
A high level of motivation.
A good understanding of cloud services.
Experience working on social networking and/or location-based services.
Experience in Agile software development and scrum methodology.

If you are interested in this offer, please send us your update Curriculum Vitae to following contact details:

Contact person:
Konrad Beniamin Pulawski

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