Developers with a taste for mobile! MediaMonks Buenos Aires is after an Android artisan to assemble apps of any kind.
About the Role
At Palermo Production Paradise, you will join an amazing group of Monks that works on digital projects big and small.
As one of our first dedicated Android Monks in Argentina, you’ll play a key role in the development of award-winning applications MediaMonks produces for the world’s leading agencies and brands.
Alongside other Android (and iOS) developers, you’re responsible for building and maintaining a multitude of apps that offer multifarious functionalities : from Weber’s ultimate grilling companion to Starbuck’s all-
star coffee app to original games for Google.
As part of MediaMonks, you’ll be part of the most awesome production company on the planet, operating as one team across 12 locations with 800 Monks and counting.
Send us Your Best Application to Date
MediaMonks is one of those (50) companies creative people would kill to work for. You’ll be part of successful and super-
fast-moving company on a global mission to become the best production partner in any field and market. If you’re up for it, we’re down to meet you tell you more about MediaMonks, our work, culture, and hands-
down best-ever (vegan) asados.
Please be attentive to the requirements and accompany your application with a custom cover letter detailing why you’re the right Monk for the job.
We’re looking for a highly motivated Android Developer with several high-end apps to show for.
You know the Android SDK, Android Studio, Gradle and git-flow like the back of your hand.
You speak English as well as the native tongue of Kotlin / Java.
You’re (potential) BFFs with Mr. Jenkins, not afraid of letting him run tests on your code.
While you’re up to date with the latest developments in Google’s mobile candy store, you’re also capable of supporting older versions of Android (5+).
Experience with multithreading is a must, as is the ability to work with Photoshop / Sketch files.
You’re an expert at exterminating bugs and have the perseverance to endure ever-improving iterations of the same app.
Bonus points for any experience with RetroFit, Dagger, ButterKnife and / or RxJava.