Jimdo GmbH Company Profile

(Senior) Android Developer at Jimdo GmbH (Hamburg, Deutschland)

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(Senior) Android Developer Jimdo is the easiest and fastest way to create a website with no coding knowledge necessary! With a simple intuitive interface, Jimdo enables anyone to create a customized online presence with a blog, portfolio, business website or online store. Together we’ve helped our users create over 20 million websites around the world. Jimdo has a passionate team of around 200 people in Hamburg and Tokyo. We value teamwork, openness, and mutual support. Join us if you’re looking for a driven, enthusiastic, and diverse international team. Each of us is an expert in our field, and together we strive to achieve the best possible results for our customers. As an Android Developer you are part of the Mobile Team. We are an independently working, international team of 6. In addition to the Product Owner, 2 iOS developers and an Android developer, we also have a designer as well as a Mobile QA on board of our team. Together, we build new apps and improve the existing ones. Responsibilities Build new mobile apps from scratch Maintain, improve and optimize our current mobile apps Engage with other product engineering teams and continue to improve our customers’ experience Requirements A Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience Advanced knowledge of the Android SDK Good knowledge of Java and/or Kotlin You are eager to learn and master unfamiliar technologies and/or concepts You are familiar with Git and GitHub You are proactive, flexible and solution oriented You have solid spoken and written English communication skills Nice to have Experience with CI/CD (like Travis CI, CircleCI and fastlane) Experience in new technologies, e.g. Flutter/Dart/Firebase Experience with web technologies like TypeScript/JavaScript and CSS Familiarity with server-side development and API design as you will participate in the design of back-end API’s and closely collaborate with back-end teams Send Us Something... Your projects on GitHub, BitBucket etc. Apps you developed so far Blog posts, articles or papers you wrote Programming books you've read and and tell us why you liked them