Senior Mobile Engineer
Carnivore, developer of the ClanHQ app, is looking for several Senior Mobile Engineers to help us redesign our mobile chat and group organization tools targeted for mobile gamers (200M+). This is an opportunity to build a beautifully designed mobile application allowing users to seamlessly connect and collaborate anywhere around the world. If you are looking to work with the latest technology and create an uncompromising user experience that helps connect the mobile gaming world, then please get in touch.
Utilize Flutter/Dart to effectively deliver an uncompromising cross-platform mobile experience.
Craft well architected mobile software that focuses on optimizing the user’s experience and our ability to implement new features.
Write Unit and Integration tests for your work.
Go from Design to pixel perfect implementations.
Implement subtle, but fun micro-interactions
Ensure a fantastic user experience (graceful errors, fallbacks, etc.)
Implement native only features as needed in (Android/iOS).
Experience with Flutter/Dart, integrating REST/gRPC APIs, Push Notifications, and Websockets, highly desired.
Minimum 5+ years of professional experience developing native mobile applications.
Understanding of Continuous Integration/Deployment and tools like Travis/Jenkins.
Ability to communicate and articulate architecture decisions and the reasons behind them.
Experience working on a highly active application.
Familiarity with Asynchronous communication protocols.
Experience with video/audio streaming.
Experience supporting/developing mobile platforms.
Experience with any other reactive type framework.
Experience with integration testing of mobile applications.
Carnivore is located in the illustrious SOMA area of San Francisco. The office is steps away from the Montgomery Bart Station with close access to plenty of amenities. We will accept remote opportunities for the right candidates that have at least 1 year experience working remotely.
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