Android Engineer

  • Location: Minneapolis, MN
  • Department: Product Development
  • Type: Full Time
  • Min. Experience: Mid Level

Job Description

*We are open to a remote employee filling this role and considering this a nationwide search.

As an Android Engineer, you will help build a product that hundreds of thousands of hourly employees and managers use everyday to work better together. Your ideas and code will be put into production and used all over the world. You are an integral part of our mobile team developing solutions that are fast, with the latest tech giving Android users the native experience they are used to.  You work in tandem with the iOS and web platform teams to deliver a complete feature across all user-bases. You enjoy using both the newest and proven tools to be efficient at building out solutions for users.

What You’ll Be Doing

As an Android Engineer, you will be working with teams of other Android, iOS, and Full-stack developers, as well as fellow Product teammates in building out solutions that have customers’ needs, ease of use, and scalability in mind.

  • Responsible for Android development of the Scheduling, Attendance, Task Management and other When I Work products.
  • Participate in architecturing of new modules.
  • Roll out new features, analyze, and react to the data we collect to make the product better.
  • Optimize existing functionality for improved performance.
  • Brainstorm with a dynamic team to flesh out new ideas and investigate tricky issues.
  • Search creatively for the best solution for a releasable feature now and iterate on it for added improvements in the future.
  • Work on everything from a beautiful UI, to User Experience flow and functionality, with integrations to Restful API.

Experience and Skills Needed

  • Experience with Android development, building of complex solutions and pushing the code all the way to the Playstore.
  • Kotlin and Java experience preferred
  • Experience with restful APIs
  • Experience working with 3rd Party Frameworks (Dagger for Dependency Injection, RxJava for Reactive Programming, Retrofit, Okhttp, Gson, Butterknife)
  • Experience testing with JUnit and utilizing mocking frameworks such as Mockito
  • Experience with command line languages and tooling (bash, ruby, gradle, git, fastlane, etc.)
  • A working knowledge of the basics of agile (backlogs, estimation, progress updates and retrospectives).
  • Knowledge of deployment pipelines and management
  • Knowledge of common design patterns (Listener/Observer, MVP, MVVM, Strategy, so on)
  • Troubleshooting

What Would Be Awesome To Have

  • Experience building out Android solutions that are geared towards workforce management
  • Experience with high usage and scaling of applications
  • Keen eye for building aesthetically pleasing and user friendly apps.

What’s In It For You

  • Employee Stock Options
  • Professional development allowance
  • Paid parental leave
  • Medical benefits - employee premiums paid 100% by WIW
  • Dental benefits
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Flexible work environment
  • 401K Match
  • Transit Pass or parking stipend
  • Data/Cell (internet) stipend
  • Casual dress code
  • Dynamic and dedicated team

Sound Like a Good Fit?

We’d love to talk to you! Please submit the following to apply:

  • Resume (including months/years of employment for each position).
  • Cover letter including:
    • an overview of your existing Android Development experience
    • a convincing reason why you’d like to work at When I Work.

*Must already be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer.

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