ustwo is looking for a freelance Senior Android Developer primarily focusing on Kotlin for Android to join one of our New York project teams working with a cross discipline team on a high-profile application for a new wearable experience.

In addition to hands-on coding, you should feel comfortable advising on best practices, architecting solutions, and leading technical documentation. As a senior-level developers you will likely be involved in a high level of client stakeholder interactions that could include leading demos and explaining how our proposed tech solutions solve our client’s larger business needs.


You are

  • Highly collaborative. While you are effective working independently, you are someone who prefers to work with tight-knit, multidisciplinary teams where sharing knowledge and experience is second nature.
  • Able to anticipate how your work impacts the project as a whole as well as the wider team. You have the foresight to communicate issues before they escalate and take ownership of seeking out solutions.
  • A proactive communicator who can adapt your explanations of technical concepts & problems to a non-technical audience. You are never afraid to give feedback and are exceptionally clear in your communication when you do.

You have

  • 5+ years of experience delivering clean, well documented code on agile teams
  • Serious skills in Kotlin for Android and passion for code quality and craftsmanship
  • A deep understanding of common design patterns, frameworks, and libraries for Android
  • Experience in automated testing and a test-driven approach
  • Experience building testable, scalable, and maintainable products
  • Experience or interest in developing applications for Wear OS
  • Strong communication skills for both technical and non-technical audiences

This role is expected to be fully remote within the United States and working on an EST time zone. This is a full-time/40-hour a week contract position starting December 2022 and lasting through June 2023The hourly rate range for this position is from $75 - $125 per hour based on experience, skillset, location, and market demands. 


Interested but think your experience doesn’t perfectly align with this job description? That’s ok. Research shows underrepresented groups in particular are less inclined to apply for jobs where they don’t meet 100% of the requirements listed. We’d still love to hear from you if you feel passionate about  this role!

We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for our colleagues, clients, community, and the users of our products. We don’t have all the answers but we’re on a journey, and we are learning together.


About ustwo

ustwo combines expertise in product and service development, ventures and gaming to make a meaningful impact on the challenges companies and individuals face in contemporary culture.

Over the years, we have been carving out a reputation in the space between digital product development and new experience design.

Our deep product development knowledge, our design heritage and our leadership at the edges of technology and culture, means we are capable of providing fresh creative and strategic direction on genuinely new experiences, as well as deep technical expertise on implementation - never disconnecting strategy from implementation.

This combination of capabilities is rare and valuable, particularly in a market that’s seeing ever-increasing convergence of entertainment, gaming, content, commerce, and platforms.

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