IOS PRINCIPAL ENGINEER
As one of the country s leading connectivity providers and largest ISPs, Charter appreciates the tremendous value WIFI provides our customers today and how it will power the technological innovations of the future. Today, Charter s WIFI network serves more than 300 million wireless devices, many of which are smart phones provided by cellular companies, and carries 80 percent of the data consumed on those devices in our customers homes and offices.
The wireless device engineering team is seeking a Principal iOS engineer to work on mission-critical projects contributing to Charter s commitment of building and expanding intelligent WIFI capabilities.
As a member of the wireless engineering organization, you ll be required to work in an agile team environment where professional respect and communication is key. Because we work on the cutting edge of a lot of technologies, we need someone who is a creative problem solver, resourceful in getting things done, and productive working independently or collaboratively. You must be fun, energetic, outgoing and willing to go the extra mile for your teammates.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Principal iOS Engineer will own the design, development, documentation, and troubleshooting of our Connection Manager application in addition to new technology projects involving iOS. You should have a real passion for the latest technology trends and be willing to share new technology opportunities with the broader team. More specifically, you will:
Bachelor s Degree of higher in related software engineering field
Related Work Experience (Number of Years)
5+ years of mobile software development on iOS platforms and XCode
Sparse travel required
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employees and applicants. Individuals will be considered for positions for which they meet the minimum
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