Senior Android Developer / Software Engineer (Java Agile CI/CD
microservices). FinTech start-up is seeking a highly skilled Senior
Android Developer. You’ll work fairly autonomously to build a robust,
scalable and secure eWallet Android app from scratch; in line with the
iOS app that has already been created.
As an Android Developer you’ll be a key member of the engineering team
and will work collaboratively to evolve the existing architecture,
improve operations and implement new features and functionality. The
technical stack is Go, Python, React with microservices architecture and
This Senior Android Developer role presents an excellent opportunity to
join a well backed start-up that is currently operating in stealth mode
with planned launch within the next few months. Excellent career
progression as the company grows and you build a team around you.
Offices based in a trendy tech area of London with lots going on.
• Strong software engineering background with recent Android app
• Experience with secure, reliable services
• Good knowledge of Computer Science principles
• Strong problem solving skills
• Collaborative team member, keen to work in a start-up environment
with lots of ownership
As a Senior Android Developer you can expect to earn a competitive
salary (to £70k) plus 25 days holiday and stock options.
Send your CV or call for a confidential discussion about this Senior
Android Developer opportunity.
Job Role: Senior Android Developer / Software Engineer; Location:
London; Salary: £60,000 to £70,000 + stock options
This Senior Android Developer / Software Engineer (Java Agile CI/CD
microservices) vacancy is being advertised by Client Server Ltd. Client
Server is a leading recruitment consultancy specialising in technical
positions in IT, the services advertised are those of an Employment
Agency. We recruit across a range of sectors including finance and
banking, software houses, innovative technology start-ups, media,
telecommunications, eCommerce and consultancies. We will never send your
CV without your permission.