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Contract iOS Developer - Bluetooth

Contract iOS Developer - Bluetooth

Job Title: Contract iOS Developer - Bluetooth
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Cambridge
Industry:
Salary: £450 - 580 per day + Flexible work arrangements
Reference: iOSCon19
Contact Name: Leandro Teixeira
Job Published: March 28, 2019 11:29

Job Description

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a contract iOS Developer, this is not your standard run-of-the-mill role, You will be joining one of the most iconic companies to have come out of Cambridge University. My client literally specialise in helping achieve "the impossible". Your app will not only affect companies but also your friends and family that use public transport.

The contract is expected to be between 2-3 months long, rates are between £450 - £580

The position:

In this role, you’ll be working in a fast-paced, energetic working environment that offers creative collaboration. You will be building an app that will be used by a global technology giant. The app will aim to improve the user experience for public transport through Bluetooth. This will require pushing the boundaries of app development to deliver into one of the most renowned companies working together with my client.

Why should you apply? 

This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to be part of a challenging and fast moving, yet friendly and supportive multidisciplinary team who will have creative freedom required to make an impact on this project.

What we’re looking for:

You will be able to demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of iOS app development and executing apple's bluetooth central. Bluetooth is essential for this role and experience working on Xcode servers (CI/CD) and an understanding of XC/XCUITest. 

 

If interested please get in touch by either applying for on the "apply button" or call 01223620868 or email your cv to Leo@socode.co.uk

 

Keywords: iOS/Development/Bluetooth/Xcode/CI/CD/XCUITest/Cambridge