iOS Developer | Contract | Glasgow

Waracle is looking for a talented iOS Developer for an exciting contract role to work on a cutting edge project in Glasgow City Centre.

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THE POSITION

Waracle is looking for a talented iOS Developer for an exciting contract role to work on a cutting edge project in Glasgow City Centre.

You’ll be working in a team of highly skilled coders, have a genuine interest in the latest technology & demonstrate a willingness to learn.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about their craft, a team player, have strong communication skills, excellent technical skills and a proven track record in agile iOS app development.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Tools like Xcode, XCTest, Git and Jenkins are second nature to you
You write clean Swift and Objective-C with tests to back it up
Extensive experience writing robust networking code talking to RESTful web service APIs
A solid understanding of data persistence, including CoreData
Apps in the app store

THE TEAM

Waracle is an unconventional company – we like to think out of the box and we want staff who do too. If you’re successful in your application you can expect:

  • To work on some of the most innovative Digital projects.
  • A friendly team
  • Innovation and entrepreneurship – we launch startups and incubate them around Waracle
  • Innovation in training – we’ve launched our own Digital Academy to share our knowledge and grow our team

Our clients, development projects and staff are very diverse. The digital innovation projects move fast and continually push the boundaries of what can be achieved with mobile app development and IoT strategy. We’ve a strong ethos to learning and working together, we’ve no doubt you’ll feel part of an energetic and quirky team.

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