​​Airtable's iOS app presents a rare opportunity to design and develop novel mobile interfaces that elegantly support a wide range of workflows so that our customers can organize anything, anywhere.

In developing Airtable's iOS app, we've taken great care to not simply port our web interface to mobile, but rather to design each interaction and animation, as well as the overall UX in a mobile-first way. We're looking for someone to not only fully own the development of new features on iOS, but also have the opportunity to rethink existing core Airtable features that currently have no mobile equivalent by creating them from scratch on iOS.

Learn more about our Engineering team and values here.

What you'll do

  • Take ownership and responsibility for designing, building, testing, iterating, releasing, and maintaining products on the Airtable iOS app
  • Work with cross-functional peers (product and design) to define the product roadmap
  • Work directly with our customers and go-to-market teams to understand opportunities and pain points and build products to address them
  • Analyze and visualize data to drive product insights and to inform our decisions
  • Collaborate with the mobile and the broader engineering team to develop requirements and validate technical specifications for your solutions

Who you are

  • You have 5+ years of iOS development experience. Please note that this is not an entry-level or early career position.
  • You have extensive experience with developing high-quality, UI-rich iOS apps — as a bonus, we’d love to see your apps in the App Store!
  • You have deep knowledge of Swift and/or Objective-c, as well as the iOS SDK.
  • You have strong product and design sensibilities, and enjoy perfecting the details that matter.
  • You take a thoughtful approach to decision making; knowing when to move fast and when to do things right.
  • You enjoy thinking deeply about customer use cases, and build products to address their needs.
  • Bonus: you have prior experience leading and/or mentoring a team.

Compensation awarded to successful candidates will vary based on their work location, relevant skills and experience. The base salary range for this role is $196,000 - $277,600 for work locations in San Francisco, Mountain View, Seattle, NYC and LA. Our total compensation package also includes the opportunity to receive benefits, restricted stock units, and may include incentive compensation. To learn more about our comprehensive benefit offerings, please check out Life at Airtable.

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