React Native Engineer

Santa Monica / Boise

Cred is looking for a React Native Engineer with expertise in Javascript, React Native and Native (iOS and/or Android) to join our team. As a senior level employee you will be be responsible for creating best practices and working with the rest of the team to create and maintain the new mobile application. In this role, you should be able to work independently with little supervision. You should have excellent organization and problem-solving skills. You will report to the VP of Engineering.

 

Requirements:

  • Willing to work for a fast paced startup

  • Ability to prioritize and execute on personal and team set goals

  • 2+ years React Native Development

  • Extensive Javascript experience including ES6/ES7/TypeScript

  • Familiarity with Redux

  • Familiarity with recompose

  • Familiarity with Expo

  • Familiarity with mobile CI / CD

  • Has great UX/UI styling skills

  • Has worked on apps currently published in iOS and Google Play app stores

  • Has a clear understanding of TDD development

  • Experience integrating with REST API services

 

Nice to haves:

  • A Bachelor’s degree

 

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation

  • Equity incentives

  • Possibility of working remotely

To apply, email us a cover letter and your resume at jobs@getcred.io or click the button below:

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