At Box, we strive to foster a culture of transparency and inclusiveness, we aim to execute quickly, and we are committed to doing the right thing for our end users. We value engineers who are life-long learners, passionate about continuous improvement for themselves, their teams, and their products.
 
Box is building a collaboration platform that powers hundreds of thousands of companies around the world. We make it easy to share content, build workflows, edit collaboratively, and much more.  We are creating a consumer-centric user experience for the enterprise and want you to be a part of this transformation.
 
As a Sr. iOS Software Engineer, you will join a highly collaborative scrum team building a wide variety of mobile experiences on top of our mature SDKsOur iOS engineering team ownbest-in-class cloud content management applications transforming a traditional workforce to be truly mobile.  You will drive architectural, product and technology decisions for front-end features designed to drive engagement and growth across our diverse user baseYou can help us reimagine the future of content!
 
Within 1 month, you will... 
  • Make your first change to production (week one)
  • Ramp up on the product and learn about the business needs of the team
  • Become familiar with the iOS codebase (Objective-C, Swift) and technology stack
  • Work with your manager to set actionable career goals
Within 3 months, you will... 
  • Build and deploy your first major production feature
  • Help the team improve its agile development process
  • Have a deep understanding of the business goals behind the team's efforts
  • Help the team find and hire more great engineers who are lovely to work with
Within 6 months, you will... 
  • Own major feature areas of the application
  • Be a trusted and influential voice beyond the team, communicating effectively with peer engineering groups as well as cross-functional peers in product, QA, design and beyond
  • Be responsible for the planning, scoping, estimation, technical design, and implementation of new features
  • Teach and mentor new engineers
Within 12 months, you will... 
  • Make significant contributions to engineering across Box by advancing our front-end standards, inventing new patterns or approaches, or introducing tools and technologies to make our front-end teams more effective
  • Make significant strides toward the next step in your career
Qualifications
  • 4+ years of professional software development experience 
  • Strong experience with iOS and Objective-C/Swift programming
  • Strong knowledge of software design principles
  • Experience with object oriented codebases, and the ability to learn them quickly
  • Academic background in Computer Science or a related field
Bonuses
  • Project leadership experience
  • Ownership of large features or entire iOS apps and/or SDKs

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