Los Angeles, CA

Open to Remote

Full Time

$170k - $180k

Job Description Our client is seeking a full time Lead Android Engineer in Southern California to join their team! This role is 100% remote, and is perfect for someone with Kotlin experience, in addition to experience with mobile design patterns and practices. They are building their first Android App, and this Android Engineer will lead, architect, and build world-class product experiences.
The company is building the best banking products for couples. They’re on a mission to improve the way that couples approach finances, and they’re starting with a new way for couples to split expenses. They’re a small startup team backed by 27 investors. Required Skills & Experience -4+ years of experience working on production-level native Android development
-Proficiency in Kotlin for Android development
-Understanding of best mobile design patterns and practices
-Passion for beautiful UI and meticulous attention to detail
-A strong technical background and grasp of CS fundamentals
-The desire to learn new frameworks, platforms, and languages
-An ability to think about every part of the user experience
Nice to Have?:
-Experience working with Jetpack Compose
-Experience working with GraphQL What You Will Be Doing -Design, build, and launch Ivella’s first Android app
-Build and maintain native Android components and code 
-Develop animations and “magical” interactions 
-Lead product & feature implementation from start to finish
-Help shape product strategy and vision The Offer
  • Competitive compensation and equity
You will receive the following benefits:
  • Competitive compensation and equity
  • Health insurance & benefits
  • M1x MacBook Pro, 5k Ultrafine Monitor, & more
  • Home office setup stipend
  • $100/month mental health credit
  • Complimentary Whoop Band
  • Discounted Eight Sleep products
  • Regular team off-sites (San Diego, Palm Springs, Yosemite, etc)

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the US on a full-time basis now and in the future.

Posted by: Alyssa Salazar