Our client is a leading, stable American Corporation. In their San Ramon facility, they are looking for an iOS Developer. This is a 6-12 month contract and could go contract to hire.
As a Lead iOS Developer, you will work closely with Designers and Architects to build and shape the next generation mind+machines solutions that interface with client’s machines, cloud and web offerings.
Candidate must have demonstrated expertise in complex multi-tiered application development with experience in Objective C, IOS/Cocoa, Java and familiarity of developing large scale and volume-based applications.
As a Lead iOS Developer, you will:
Act as a member of the Software Center, representing the face of high quality design and development practices
Work with the product teams to understand the requirements, prepare or review requirement specifications and technical design.
Have a solid understanding of the underlying memory and threading models
Diagnose and fix crashes, memory leaks etc.
You will be relentless in learning; adopting and adapting to bleeding edge technology in order to consistently produce best-in-class work, deploying quality assured, well-tested code to production. Knowledge of and proven experience with agile deployment and rapid application development without compromising quality.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering OR in “STEM” Majors (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) OR in Lieu of degree high school diploma with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in software development.
Experience in iOS App development
Experience using new technologies (such as CSS3, HTML5) preferred
Create beautifully responsive, pixel-prefect layouts that are highly useable and perform well.
Experience using SOAP and RESTful web services
Developed rich interfaces HTML5, UIKit, UIWebView and Foundation
Solid understanding of scalable design principles
Ability to develop new approaches to complex design problems
Web container level experience (tomcat, jetty)
Big Plus - Using Core Animation to create eye-popping effects and interfaces
Big Plus - Multithreading, NSOperationQueue and Blocks/GCD