14 de Agosto de 2019

React Native Developer (m/f)

Losch Services - Portugal

  • Localidade Porto
  • Contrato Contrato a termo
  • Horário Full-time

At Losch Digital Lab we are creating the next generation of software products for mobility companies. This team was created at the beginning of 2018 as a software house within Losch Luxembourg, a company with more than 70 years of a successfully history and with the goal of being ahead of the pack in the mobility solutions field. 

At Digital Lab you will be responsible for working closely with a multidisciplinary team, bringing great tech solutions into our products and continuously helping to define new processes and adapting to an agile, fast changing environment.  

 

You are good at: 

  • Thinking about requirements or user stories and finding the best tech solutions to accomplish the best results. 

  • Writing code you can be proud of. 

  • Pushing the team forward, both on product vision and on tech solutions to accomplish that vision. 

  • Developing high performance mobile applications Hybrid Mobile Apps using React Native. You can also be good with Flutter/Ionic/PhoneGap/Xamarin :)

  • Having the interest to learn new technologies and technical approaches to software development. 

  • Consuming Restful APIs with efficient and clean networking code. 

  • Using git or other similar version-control systems. 

  • Understanding mobile specific UX needs and UI guidelines, and using them to build beautiful, great to use mobile apps. 

  • Working with agile frameworks such as Scrum. 

 

We offer: 

  • Fast career growth with the opportunity both for technical specialization and/or broader career development on product focused roles. 

  • People first culture. We believe in self-improvement as the spark for team, product and company improvements. 

  • Comfortable workplace, competitive salaries, team building events, training, naps & snacks... whenever you feel like you deserve it :) 

 

you can send us your CV to [email protected]

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