The ideal iOS Engineer for Kin + Carta is innovative, passionate about technology  with mobile experience, looks to continually learn, and enjoys sharing expertise. Strong verbal and written communication are a must. Experience working in an Agile Scrum development environment, or in a consulting capacity is a plus.

Responsibilities

  • Producing and delivering flawless mobile applications to Fortune 500 companies
  • Coaching team members and clients on Agile best practices
  • Identifying and implementing the best of breed technical solutions  
  • Building iOS (Swift and Objective C) applications as well as have the opportunity to learn and build mobile web (HTML5, CSS, JavaScript), and Android (Java or Kotlin) mobile applications
  • Bridging the gap between elegant front-end design and existing enterprise back-end architectures
  • Working with experienced mobile developers and architects to foster your experience and growth
  • Facilitating discussion with clients and peers to understand the complexity of technical and design decisions 
  • Fostering a sense of team with client and other vendor 

We want all new hires to succeed in their roles at Kin + Carta. That's why we've outlined the job requirements below. To be considered for this role, it's important that you meet all Minimum Qualifications. If you do not meet all of the Preferred Qualifications, we still encourage you to apply.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering or MIS/IT or equivalent experience
  • 1+ years experience in Swift or Objective C and familiarity with at least one additional object-oriented language
  • 1+ years experience of iOS software design patterns (e.g. MVC)
  • Experience working with Auto Layout or Swift UI

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience integrating with RESTful APIs
  • Experience with source control solutions such as Git
  • Experience integrating third-party frameworks
  • Proven track record of effectively communicate technical topics to product owners, stakeholders and other business team members
  • Leading by example - knowing when and how, to push for more results
  • Experience in sharing and building technical best practices across client engagements

 

About Kin + Carta

Kin + Carta exists to make the world work better by delivering transformative digital growth for our clients. As a digital transformation firm, we apply creativity, data, and technology to help clients invent, market, and operate new digital products and services that turn prospects into customers, and customers into advocates. Kin + Carta seamlessly integrates the strategic consulting, software engineering, and marketing technology needed to help businesses 'Make It Happen'. 

Consultants at Kin + Carta have the opportunity to: engage with the most cutting-edge emerging technologies, solve difficult problems for some of the world’s biggest companies, and work within a breadth of industries.

Kin + Carta is headquartered in Chicago and London with offices across four continents. Our culture and shared ways of working unite us globally, but it’s our diverse specialisms, our connections, and our courage that makes our firm a recognized best place to work.

We welcome our Kin to show up as their full selves every day. Because this is so important to us, Kin + Carta is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. To read further about our commitment to Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Awareness, check out our IDEA page on our website. 

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