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Android Developer

at AMA Exec Search in UK   —   Apr 08, 2014   |  
Overview
My client, a leading ESN is looking for a rock star developer with a passion for and talent in developing for mobile platforms. In this role, you will help to define the landscape of how groups of people interact with social networking technologies through their mobile devices. You will have the opportunity to positively impact over 4 million users worldwide with your creations and change the game in terms of how organizations communicate and collaborate securely.

Do you have an eye for super clean user interfaces and a knack for building products that users love and choose to share virally? Are you interested in a role that asks for you to push the envelope in your creativity, and strive to break new ground in utilization of technologies? If yes, we want you!
Responsibilities
Create innovative applications for the Google Android platform
Work closely with others to identify and develop feature-sets
Research and innovate ways to leverage the Yammer Platform through mobile technology
Skills
4+ years experience in Application development on Android and 3+ years in Java/C++ is a must.
Should be self-driven and operate independently with less guidance
Strong OO design and development experience
Experience with Android SDK
Good understanding of the tradeoffs between native apps, web-apps and html5 apps
Able to work with data from outside API's
Ability to understand and parse XML, JSON and serialized data
Understanding of Multi-threaded interface design
Compensation
Very competitive plus bonus plus benefits
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