Work on the new era of digital culture.

At HEIR, we strive to recognize and reward culture creators with the latest web3 philosophies around ownership.

HEIR was born out of the desire to uplift and empower the next generation of athletes (and creators) with innovative technology and tools to deepen engagement and monetization with their audiences. HEIR presents a new opportunity for athletes (and creators) to engage with their most loyal supporters, define new revenue streams and digital enterprises, and position their brands for the future, into the Web 3.0 universe.

Our mission is to provide the next evolution of digital culture to the world. We aim to redefine the perspective and functionality of digital culture while creating benefits for original culture creators and those who consume it early.

Our founding team brings experience from the White House, Robinhood, Nike, and Jordan Brand and has worked with athletes and entertainers including Steph Curry, Michael Jordan, Beyonce, Travis Scott, and The Weeknd.

HEIR is backed by Thrive Capital (investors in Instagram, Stripe, Slack, Robinhood, Github) and pro athletes and has raised $10M in seed funding.

About the role

We are excited to bring a talented, experienced, and driven Senior iOS Engineer to our Engineering team. As an early team member, you will play a leading role in developing and building a frontier mobile experience involving NFTs.

Your day-to day responsibilities:

  • Create, build, and refine a leading mobile app experience
  • Build fun, new products that run smoothly and stably for consumers and athletes
  • Carefully evaluate the technical tradeoffs of every decision
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design, and ship the beta product and future features
  • Work with the design team to hone in on the best UI and infrastructure practices
  • Carry out code reviews to guarantee code quality and work on bug fixing
  • Test for robustness including edges cases, usability, and reliability

About You

  • BS/BA in computer science or equivalent experience
  • 5+ years of Objective-C, Swift, and/or iOS experience in developing mobile applications
  • Solid understanding of the full mobile development life cycle
  • Deep understanding of SwiftUI
  • Familiarity with consumer landscape, architectures, trends, and emerging technologies
  • Strong analytical skills, fundamentals, and ownership
  • Solid understanding of Objective-C Runtime
  • Knowledge of software design patterns and iOS best practices

Bonus Points

  • Experience working in a fast paced start-up environment
  • Passion or experience for web3 or crypto technologies
  • Experience with Core Graphics
  • Experience with VIP architecture
  • Personal projects or achievements (e.g. programming olympiads, hackathons, participation in well known open source projects, top ranked apps, etc.)

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