Android Developer (m/f/d)

  • Job Reference: PB21_17
  • Date Posted: 26 August 2021
  • Recruiter: PAYBACK GmbH
  • Website: https://www.payback.group/de/
  • Location: Munich, Bayern
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: €60,000 to €80,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: canteen, transportation benefits, gym, trainings, and more ...
  • Sector: Engineering
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

EVERYTHING IN THE APP!
 
 
We are a motivated team of 30 people, 20 nationalities and 50 personalities. We build the PAYBACK App on Android and iOS for various countries and millions of users. We really love Star Trek, Batman, cat videos, all kinds of popcorn and working with mobile technologies, modern development languages, new development paradigms, agile testing and mobile design. Our team consists of UX, Dev, QA, DevOps and PO. We all sit, work, laugh and cry together – sometimes we are emotional and sometimes we are relaxed, but we are always engaged!
 
WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR
  • You have passion for delivering great products. Converting ideas into code is just part of the journey.
  • You have a strong knowledge of Android, Kotlin and in most of the above mentioned keywords
  • You regularly write tests for your code and know which things to test and on which level (Unit tests, Espresso tests, Manual testing, …)
  • You enjoy working in an agile environment with direct contact to product owners, testers, user experience specialists, …
  • You will be part of a team that works on many different types of tasks. Some examples of tasks are:
    • Development of new features using Android SDK in a multi-flavor, multi-module App
    • Monitoring Crashlytics/Firebase, investigating and fixing issues
    • Continuous improvement of our codebase
YOUR PROFIL
You have several years of professional experience as a mobile developer and are familiar with some of the technologies an working methods from our TechStack …
  • Kotlin and Java
  • Dependency Injection
  • Modularization
  • Architectural Components
  • Encryption
  • Reactive Programming
  • Data Binding
  • MVVM and CLEAN
  • Material Design
  • Automated and Manual Testing
  • Git, Pull-Requests, Jenkins
… and much, much more