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Lead Android Developer

Lead Android Developer

Posted 6 April by Morgan McKinley Easy Apply Ended

Lead Android Developer

Calling all lead/principle Android Developers my client a well known household name are looking for a lead android developer to support them on a large transformation project.

As the lead android developer you will be required to work with their team based over in London where you will be working with various stakeholders of this large scale transformation. This is a great opportunity for a lead/principle android developer to get creative with bringing agility to a platform which is the centre for this client.

You will be required to analyse and take business requirements, create clean tested designs that meet the functional and non functional requirements working alongside various business areas of the business.

About you:

  • Is your passion developing Android Apps?
  • Have you developed using Android SDK?
  • Have you used Android libraries such as - retrofit/dagger/Rx?
  • Do you like working in an agile environments that look at CI & CD?
  • Have you worked with mobile architecture/patterns and principles?
  • Are you active in the Android community?

If you can answer yes to all of the above then get in touch as this could be the move that you have been looking for - this project is something which can excel your career.

Please note that my client unfortunately can't sponsor a visa for this position.

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.

Required skills

  • Retrofit
  • CI
  • Dagger
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Rx
  • London
  • Android Developer
  • CD
  • OkHttp

Reference: 34842301

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