Class feels like a real classroom built on Zoom. By making the virtual classroom feel like a real classroom, we bring happiness to teachers and students. Founded in 2020, Class is changing the way the world learns. Class's headquarters is in Washington, D.C., with staff around the world.

Our core values are represented by the word ACADEMICS. Each letter in the word represents a different core value to which we are committed. Michael Chasen is the co-founder and CEO of Class Technologies Inc., the maker of Class. He is an entrepreneur who has dedicated his career to improving the way people live and learn. Most notably, Chasen served as co-founder and CEO of Blackboard Inc., a pioneering edtech company with software used by over 20,000 institutions in more than 70 countries by 20 million teachers and learners worldwide.

Are you passionate about education and technology? Do you want to be a part of a team that is changing the way the world learns? Would it excite you to be able to provide educational equality around the world? If you answered yes to each of those questions, we want to talk to you!

iOS App Developer

Mid-Senior Level

Location: Remote Must be US Based

 

Who we are:

Class feels like a real classroom built on Zoom. By making the virtual classroom feel like a real classroom, we bring happiness to teachers and students. Founded in 2020, Class is changing the way the world learns. Class's headquarters is in Washington, D.C., with staff around the world.

Our core values are represented by the word ACADEMICS. Each letter in the word represents a different core value to which we are committed. Michael Chasen is the co-founder and CEO of Class Technologies Inc., the maker of Class. He is an entrepreneur who has dedicated his career to improving the way people live and learn. Most notably, Chasen served as co-founder and CEO of Blackboard Inc., a pioneering edtech company with software used by over 20,000 institutions in more than 70 countries by 20 million teachers and learners worldwide. Are you passionate about education and technology? Do you want to be a part of a team that is changing the way the world learns? Would it excite you to be able to provide educational equality around the world? If you answered yes to each of those questions, we want to talk to you!

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work as part of an agile development team using SCRUM and Kanban project management flows
  • Drive best practices and selection of technology frameworks / libraries
  • Collaborate with other developers, devops engineers and product managers to build solutions that meet customer needs
  • Write automated tests to validate quality and performance
  • Consider security and privacy issues in the development process
  • Design and develop client applications that meet product requirements using iOS/ iPadOS SDKs

Requirements and Qualifications

  • Experience developing iOS Applications with REST based backends
  • Proficiency with Objective C, C++ and Swift
  • Familiarity with integrating with 3rd party SDKs and Libraries
  • Understanding of Apple Development Guidelines 
  • Educational Background and/or Certifications demonstrating proficiency in key technologies are desired but not essential

 

ClassEDU is an Equal Opportunity Employer

About Class Technologies:

 

Class Technologies is a software organization dedicated to making online learning just like the classroom. Our employees enjoy a work culture that promotes quick thinking and fast-acting professionals.

 

Class benefits include health care, paid time off, equity, life insurance and ltd/std. 

 

 

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