iOS Mobile Engineer
Salary £50,000 - £60,000
Great work/life balance | Supportive team | 25 days holiday + Bank holidays
Are you a passionate iOS developer looking for your chance to make a big impact on an app that is used by millions of people across the UK?
Want a role where you can have lots of flexbility and work fully remotely?
Check out this brand new opportunity, exclusive to SR2:
The chance for a iOS Mobile Developer to join a digital agency who are developing the UK's no.1 Weather app with over millions of downloads and users on the app store using Swift and SwiftUI ??
You will be making a real impact for millions of people who rely on the mobile app to check the weather, there will also be some development and maintenance of the 'maps' section of the app. ??
Technologies in use: Swift, SwiftUI and UIKit and more!
You'll have the choice of fully remote working (UK only), or they have a Bristol office for people who don't have a suitable set up at home.
Culture: They have a very relaxed, friendly and supportive culture - this is a great opportunity for someone looking for a good work/life balance and not asked to do any over time or travel. They do organise summer socials and Christmas parties so there is a chance to get to know your colleagues.
Experience required: Minimum of 2 years commercial experience, working on a customer facing app and the ability to come up with new ideas to make an impact on a highly popular iOS mobile app.
Please apply if you are interested, and I will be in touch with more info!
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