Senior iOS Developer

San Francisco, USA

We are a digitally native company where innovation, design and engineering meet scale. We use the latest technologies in the digital and cognitive field to empower organizations in every aspect. We want you to join us to work for the biggest clients in tech, retail, travel, banking, ecommerce and media, revolutionizing and growing their core businesses while helping them (and you!) stay ahead of the curve. Be part of a company with the most cutting-edge practices and technologies plus a unique team. Globant is an EOE M/F/D/V. For many positions relocation is available if needed. Globant does not accept unsolicited 3rd party resumes.  

What Are We Looking For?

An Senior iOS Developer who is passionate about building great mobile user experiences grounded in robust and scalable infrastructure who responsible of delivering high-quality code as part of a team being managed by any of the 3 different tech managers.

What Will Help You Succeed

4+ years of hands-on software development experience building iOS Mobile Apps. Strong communication and interpersonal skills and being able to convey complex ideas clearly and succinctly. Show clear orientation to details, excellence, best practices, and clean code. Be focused on quality with automated testing and strong policies on error handling. Own a deep understanding of mobile device frameworks. Be able to build mobile applications to connect to middleware and applications. Have excellent knowledge about performance optimization of mobile applications. Programming: Swift Objective-C Algorithms and structures. Multithreading and Synchronization methods.

You Will Get The Chance To

Collaborate with our team on designing, developing and improving the mobile iOS application. Work with a cross-functional team to ensure that requirements are identified, features are built, tested and deployed to production, smoothly and on time. Propose and lead betterments to the application that will improve the value and usability to users. Understand and improve our common key infrastructure layers of the object-sharing model.