Senior Mobile Engineer (iOS or Android)
Pet Tech Start-up
Ever considered why all dog collars are made of nylon or leather, why leashes do not contain any technology, and why everything in this space looks like fishing gear? We couldn’t find a good reason either.
We are reinventing the relationship between dogs and their humans. We are ex-employees from Nest, Square, Google, MakerBot and Canary. We build amazing hardware and software that put old brands in the closet and bring a digital rebirth to this space.
We believe that the dog/human relationship is amazing and that it’s time to use technology to take it to the next level. We enable dog owners to keep their best friend safe and in good health, monitor their behavior and leverage data to create a stronger bond between the two species.
We love dogs (of course!) and are having a lot of fun building amazing products to bring this space to the 21st century.
What we do requires the integration of aesthetics / design, mechanical
engineering, electrical engineering, RF communication, firmware, mobile apps, cloud systems, and everything in between. This is way above the technical complexity of your typical startup job! We are looking for people who enjoy hard challenges and love what they do. We set the bar high and “impossible” means “let me find a solution” in our world.
If you feel like you belong, keep reading!
We are looking for a Senior Mobile Engineer.
As one of the company’s early engineers, you love building amazing things from nothing. You are comfortable building either Native iOS or Native Android Applications. You will work closely with the rest of the engineering team to create best-in-class product experiences.
- 4-5+ Years Experience building Native iOS or Native Android Apps
- You are a SW engineer by training and have a strong track delivering great software from design to production.
- You've built a well known mobile application with many active users.
- Ability to design or execute on complex dynamic features and pay attention to detail.
- You have a Computer Science or Computer Engineering Degree (Preferred)