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React Native Developer

🏢 Adapptor 🇦🇺 Perth, Australia 🕑 February 01

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We're looking for a motivated React Native developer to further the growth of our mobile app team. You’ve got knowledge and experience and a desire for more; a love of taking designs and concepts and building in interactivity and intelligence; a desire to do everything a little better than the last time.

The primary duties for this role:

  • Build React Native applications and integrate with native mobile code as per project scope.
  • Write maintainable, high-quality, well-tested code that meets Adapptor’s coding guidelines.
  • Provide advice during scoping on appropriate implementation techniques to achieve project requirements.
  • Produce realistic estimates of scoped work, maintain visibility across iterations and drive work to completion.
  • Work with technical, UX, strategy and design specialists to deliver projects on time and to a high standard.

What we look for in a software developer:

  • Top notch programming skills. We’re after the best.
  • Continuous learner. Able to pick up new concepts in a pinch but also go deep when it matters.
  • Problem solver. We don’t see problems as obstacles, we see them as opportunities to excel.
  • Positive attitude. There is no spoon.
  • Eager collaborator. Work together with other talented individuals to achieve big results.
  • Eye for detail. Function and form, both need to be perfect.

The Adapptor team are well versed across a range of technologies and this is an opportunity for you to bring other skills to the table, or pick up new skills as you grow. More specifically we do:

  • iOS application development (Swift, Objective C)
  • Android application development (Kotlin, Java)
  • Cross-platform enablers (Firebase, j2objc, ReactiveX, React Native, Redux, Typescript)
  • A smattering of web application and service development (Golang, Docker, Python, Node)
  • Emerging tech (Virtual/Mixed/Augmented Reality, Beacons, AI)
  • And many other things we haven’t thought of yet


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