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IOS/ Swift - Developer at Diamond (Los Angeles, CA) (allows remote)


We are looking for a Swift developer responsible for the development and maintenance of applications aimed towards iOS and OS X, including mobile phones, tablets, and full-fledged computers. Your primary focus will be the development of such applications and their integration with back-end services. You will be working alongside other engineers and developers working on different layers of the infrastructure. Therefore, a commitment to collaborative problem solving, sophisticated design, and creating quality products is essential.


  • Design and build applications for iOS and OS X

  • Ensure the performance, quality, and responsiveness of applications

  • Collaborate with a team to define, design, and ship new features

  • Identify and correct bottlenecks and fix bugs

  • Help maintain code quality, organization, and automatization


  • Proficient in Swift, with a good knowledge of its ecosystems

  • Proficient in RxSwift, RxCocoa, and the Reactive MVVM design patterns

  • Solid understanding of object-oriented programming

  • Strong UI Test writing

  • Experience with Cocoa APIs on OS X

  • Good knowledge of performance limits and characteristics

  • Knowledge of memory management and multi-threading

  • Experience with embedded databases and other system data stores

  • Familiarity with RESTful APIs to connect to back-end services

  • Good sense of UI design and a user-oriented focus

  • Knowledge of low-level C-based libraries is a plus

  • Implementation of automated testing platforms and unit tests

  • Knack for benchmarking and optimization

  • Understanding of Apple’s design principles and interface guidelines

  • Proficient understanding of code versioning tools (e.g. Git, Mercurial or SVN)

  • Familiarity with continuous integration

  • Carthage, Google Maps, Moya is a plus

  • MA or BA in Computer Science

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