Lead iOS Engineer

Dallas, Texas


Full Time

$170k - $180k

Job Description

A popular technology and entertainment retailing company is looking for an iOS Engineer Lead for their Dallas, TX office. They have a strong commitment to delivering exceptional experiences to their customers. Their iOS platform is at the heart of their mission, connecting millions of customers to the products they love through seamless online ordering and unparalleled convenience. They are passionate about innovation, customer-centric design, and leveraging cutting-edge technology to drive their business forward.

As a Lead iOS Engineer at this company, you will play a pivotal role in their iOS platform's evolution and success. Your contributions will be central to enhancing the customer experience, ensuring reliability, and driving innovation. You will lead the design and development of iOS applications that powers their shopping experience. Your deep knowledge of iOS and Swift will be instrumental in creating robust, user-friendly, and scalable apps.

Required Skills & Experience
  • 8+ years of experience using Swift/SwiftUI
  • 8+ years of experience using Objective-C
  • Prior experience in leadership
  • Experience building out ApplePay tools
  • Experience with MVMM orMCV
Desired Skills & Experience
  • Experience with BLE is preferred
  • Experience with Mapping tools – CoreLocation/MapKit/Mapbox
  • Experience with encrypted messaging is preferred
Tech Break Down
  • 100% new development
  • 50% architecture
  • 50% frontend
  • 50% backend
Daily Responsibilities
  • 100% hands on development
  • 100% collaborating with cross-functional teams
The Offer
  • Full time, $170-$180K salary
  • 401(K)
  • Equity
  • Competitive pay
  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Benefits
  • Vision Benefits
  • Pet Insurance
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Hybrid (2-3 days onsite)
  • Paid Sick Days
  • Professional development opportunities and continuous learning programs
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the US on a full-time basis now and in the future.

Posted by: Lily Hodge

Specialization: iOS