JOIN TIPTAPP!Do you want to be part of a startup impacting society and people's everyday lives? Our amazing team is building a marketplace that helps people solve the challenge of moving things in and out of their homes, especially those with no time and limited access to a car. With our app they connect with thousands of helpers—regular people with their own car that can help out with giving things bought second hand or in a store a lift home, move stuff from point A to B, and help get rid of things for reuse or recycling. Tiptapp launched in Stockholm in 2016 and is backed by prominent marketplace investors. We have close to 150.000 users in the Stockholm area, and are also currently testing the service in London. We have global ambitions and there are a ton of things to do so we need more super talented people to join the team!We Are Now Looking for Awesome Swift iOS DevelopersWe would like our new friends to be people who lives and breathes app development and who would love to be part of a fun and challenging start-up journey—every aspect of it. As we see it, now is when it all kicks off. We value skills, talent and experience but even more so attitude, fearlessness and willingness to learn and evolve. We offer the right individual an opportunity to play a key role with a clear influence in developing our app to it’s full potential.PerksPension plan30 days vacationStay-healthy subsidy (5000 SEK/year)Flexible work with some possibility to work remotelyWork with a team that is obsessed with innovation and iterationBe part of a company that has a real impact on environment and societyRequirementsWe’d like to meet you if youhave a passion for iOS development,know your way around Swift,have experience with the app building process,and would like to work with a fun, knowledgable and helpful team!

Detta är en jobbannons med titeln "iOS Developer" hos företaget Tiptapp AB och publicerades på webbjobb.io den 19 september 2019 klockan 00:00.

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