About Envoy

Envoy’s workplace platform has redefined how companies welcome visitors, improve the onsite experience, book desks and meeting rooms, manage deliveries, and access accurate and unified workplace data in 16,000 locations around the globe by designing products that solve common workplace problems.

Envoy provides a simple way to manage your complex safety, security, and compliance needs across all your workplace locations—wherever you need to bring people together.

Rely on smart, automated solutions to common workplace problems, like freeing up unused space and eliminating repetitive tasks. Not only does this allow you to make the most efficient use of your space and resources, it frees up your team’s time to focus on the work that matters.

With Envoy’s intuitive technology that employees actually enjoy using, you can create a great workplace experience that fosters community and togetherness by making it easy for teams to coordinate working onsite.

Unlike companies that offer disconnected workplace solutions and disparate (and often imprecise) data sources, Envoy’s platform provides accurate, comprehensive, and unified workplace data so you can make informed business decisions. Envoy’s integrated solutions pull data from multiple sources to ensure that you always have the most accurate data available.

For more information, visit Envoy.com.


About the Role

The Envoy Mobile app is the entry point for employee interactions. Its functionality is constantly expanding and evolving as we seek to create the best experience possible for our users. 

As an iOS engineer, you’ll be directly responsible for building core product features, collecting and evaluating metrics that determine their impact to the business, and raising the bar for our app’s quality. Our engineers own the full development and release cycle and are empowered to make any technical or process changes to improve the velocity of the team. We are a peer-review, CI-invested, collaborative culture.

Envoy Mobile app is a rapidly expanding product suite, and our tech stack has been shaped by this environment. The codebase is built up by a list of modules, each responsible for a feature or product, and are brought together using dependency injection. Much of the app is built using reactive programming, utilizing an internal component-driven UI framework to speed up feature development.

  • Swift 5
  • GraphQLn + Apollo
  • RxSwift
  • Cleanse
  • SwiftUI
  • LaserDisc- Automated test recording 
  • Embassy- Embedded web server in Swift
  • Ambassador- Lightweight Swift web framework

This is a hybrid position that requires at least 3 days a week (Tuesday - Thursday) in our San Francisco HQ.

You will

  • Work with other engineers, designers, and product managers to develop excellent product experiences
  • Help us to scale the Envoy mobile app’s usage to tens of thousands of customers
  • Design core iOS application components to support the user features
  • Conduct technical design and code reviews, share your knowledge and experience over wide organization
  • Architect and design backend components (e.g. REST, GraphQL endpoints) to drive the mobile experience.
  • Be an architectural leader for the engineering organization.

You are

  • A self-starter who chooses action. You look for problems and inefficiencies in code and find elegant solutions to them before they become major blockers.
  • An advocate for the end-user. You think about how our customers will interact with the service and champion positive changes.
  • A systems thinker. You think about how your designs will affect other aspects of the service and how it will evolve in the future.
  • A curious lifelong learner. Someone who enjoys technology and learning new things, like staying up-to-date on new tools and techniques. You are inspired by what's possible and eager to incorporate the best technologies into your work.
  • Mindful of performance. You think people deserve access to their data in milliseconds.
  • Security-minded. We exist because of our customers. When security is breached, trust is lost.
  • A team player. You believe in collaboration, value different perspectives to make better decisions, and positively contribute to team dynamics.

You have  

  • 6+ years of experience with iOS Development and are proficient in Swift
  • BS / MS in Computer Science or a related technical field
  • Published and maintained one or more apps in the App Store
  • Experience with functional reactive programming (RxSwift, Combine, reactivex.io)
  • Enjoy working on products that are used every day by people around the world
  • Are comfortable with ambiguity and can leverage your experience to make rock-solid engineering and product decisions 
  • Appreciate a fast-paced environment that values iteration
  • Experience leading large projects from a technical perspective (preferably across multiple teams)
  • Solid experience designing and consuming APIs (REST, JSON/HTTP, GraphQL)
  • Strong communication skills - the ability to articulate your ideas clearly

Nice to have

  • Experience with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), iBeacons, or Near-Field Communication (NFC)
  • Experience with location services
  • Experience working in large mobile codebases
  • Experience working on backend services (Ruby on Rails and/or Kotlin)
  • Experience with Android development
  • Experience working with mobile continuous integration 
  • Track record of building enterprise-grade software (building systems that are highly secure, scalable, available, and performant)

You'll get

  • A high degree of trust in your ideas and execution
  • An opportunity to partner and collaborate with other talented people
  • An inclusive community where you feel welcomed and cared for as a person
  • The ability to make an immediate impact helping customers create a great workplace experience
  • Support for your personal and professional growth

Compensation description 

Envoy's compensation package includes market competitive salary, equity for all full-time roles, and great benefits. If you are located in the San Francisco Bay Area, our expected cash compensation for this role is $219K - $230K (Annually). Final offers may vary within the range provided based on experience, expertise, and other factors.

If you have any questions related to compensation, please contact Recruiting after you apply.


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