About Force:

Founded in 2010, Force Therapeutics is the leading patient engagement platform and research network designed to help clinicians intelligently extend their reach. Our platform leverages video and digital connections to directly engage patients at every step of the care journey – from the point of surgery scheduling, to post-op recovery and beyond. Backed by millions of clinically-validated patient data points and insights from more than 70 leading healthcare centers across the country, Force is proven to drive more effective recovery, lower costs, and achieve better patient outcomes.

Overview:

We are hiring an iOS Engineer to join our growing Engineering team. Our ideal iOS Engineer has experience working with native Swift iOS applications that communicate via REST APIs. As our team grows, we aim to hire passionate, dedicated people who believe in our mission and want to be part of a collaborative and supporting team. We are a group of dynamic people, brought together by our company mission and foundational values.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead the development and deployment of features for the Patient and Provider iOS applications

  • Ensure the performance, quality, and responsiveness of applications

  • Work with product management to refine concepts and convey mobile design patterns

  • Continually introduce architectural improvements and refactoring to the codebase

  • Identify and correct bottlenecks and fix bugs

Requirements:

  • 5 years of experience developing, shipping and maintaining native iOS apps

  • Advanced knowledge of Swift and Xcode

  • Deep understanding of UIKit and Storyboard UI design

  • Experience with iOS frameworks such as Core Data, Core Animation, etc.

  • Experience with iOS build, testing and debugging tools

  • Experience with Apple Health Kit

  • Experience with Apple Push Notification service

  • Solid understanding of the full mobile development life cycle and app releases process

  • Substantial exposure to large and complex code bases, object-oriented development and API design

  • Understanding of best practices with integrating RESTful APIs in iOS

  • Knowing the hows and whys of Git

  • Solid communication and time management skills

  • Ability to work collaboratively with others to build something great

Perks & Benefits:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
  • 401k retirement planning
  • 12 month free Talkspace membership 
  • 12 month free Kindbody (gynecology and fertility care) membership
  • Unlimited sick and safe leave
  • Summer Fridays
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits
  • Annual company off-site
  • Ability to work a hybrid schedule in our brand new NYC office or full time remote 

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