Mobile Developer (Android and iOS)

Job type:
on-site
Start:
12/2015
Duration:
31.05.2016
Place:
Zürich
Date:
12/02/2015
Country:
flag_no Switzerland
project ID:
1031056

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Reference #: 915433NC

Industry: Banking

Location: Zurich

Start: ASAP

Duration: 6 Months (Till )

Workload: 100%

Introduction: Since its founding in 1997 ITech Consult AG has expanded its network of freelance IT continuously. Today we have access to over 30,000 reported IT specialists (developers, system specialists , project managers , supporters , etc. ) . So we are able to present computer science professionals with the required profiles in a short term.

Main Task:
-A challenging and exciting role as Senior Lead Engineer for Mobile Solutions (DirectNet Mobile Banking, iHypo, Currency Converter, Savings+, etc.)
-Responsibility to analyze, design and develop applications and components including cost estimations
-Accountability to develop comprehensive solutions and create proof-of-concepts
-Coordination with the business development backend HTML Designer
-Responsibility for code review, defect analysis and impact analysis
-Accountability for the load & performance testing support and coordination
-Opportunity to work on very innovative products and collaborate within a highly motivated team of specialists

Requirements:
-Proven track-record in delivering comprehensive mobile solutions in a very complex environment
-Experience with mobile technologies iOS and Android, as well as developing mobile applications
-Experience with the online banking platform and the Java application platform are a big advantage
-Knowledge of Java, J2E, Struts, HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript are a plus
-Strong and accurate analytical and communication skills
-Self-motivated and initiative personality with a can do attitude and the ability to learn quickly
-Very good English language skills, both written and spoken; German skills would be very helpful but not critical