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Software Engineer - Mac OS X, Objective-C, Xcode

Software Engineer - Mac OS X, Objective-C, Xcode

Posted 16 April by Applause IT Easy Apply Ended

Software Engineer - Mac OS X, Objective-C, Xcode

Nottingham - £40,000 - £45,000 + Benefits

Software Engineer with knowledge of developing for Mac OS X using Objective-C, C++ and Xcode sought by an industry leading software house as they set out to revolutionise their own product offering and over the last two years they have managed to expand their customer base hugely, making their products available to Mac and Windows users alike.

They're not stopping there though, and they have fantastic opportunities for Mac OS X Developers and iOS Developers to join the team, improve existing products and develop their newest offerings. One thing is for sure, your days won't be spent just fixing bugs and refactoring old code!

The successful Software Engineer should have the following:

  • Great knowledge of Objective C
  • Knowledge of C++
  • Experience with Cocoa UI and the OS X Core frameworks
  • Knowledge of Design Patterns
  • GUI Development on Mac OS X and iOS
  • Computer Science Degree (or related Science / Maths subject)
  • A passion for technology and an awareness of the latest industry trends

If you are a Software Engineer looking to join a company that is making huge strides and winning a number of industry awards on the way, you need to find out more!

APPLY TODAY for an informal discussion about the company and this role! Send your CV direct to or call

Software Engineer - Mac OS X, Objective-C, Xcode - Nottingham - £40,000 - £50,000

Required skills

  • C++
  • GUI
  • Objective-C
  • OpenGL
  • Xcode
  • OS X
  • Cocoa UI
  • UI Kit
  • Mac Developer
  • OS X Developer
  • OSX Core Framework
  • Mac OS X Software Developer

Reference: 34918733

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