Who we are

Svea Ekonomi is an entrepreneurial company providing a vast scope of financial services currently looking to expand our mobile division known as “Close”. Therefore, we are searching for an Android developer with a keen eye for architecture and user experience!

What you will do

As an Android developer in our team you will have the opportunity to be innovative and create beautiful, custom-made apps for payment solutions.

Joining our team, you will be involved from the very start of the process; from research and concept phase to user experience and implementation. We create tailor-made and scalable solutions to fulfill the needs of our customers.

Who you are:

- You know how to write clean, maintainable code in Java and Kotlin
- You have an understanding of Android development and its design patterns
- You value team efforts over personal efforts
- You like to further develop yourself and have an interest in new technologies

Preferably you also:

- Have know-how regarding UX and UI development
- Have experience with continuous integration and automation
- Have experience with system architecture and design
- Have at least 3 years of work experience within software development

About Close

Close is a cross disciplinary team of developers including Android and iOS engineers as well as back end developers and UX/UI experts that work together to provide disruptive and exciting products for end users and businesses both inside and outside of the financial sphere.

Working for Svea Ekonomi

Being a part of Svea Ekonomi means being a part of a dynamic and exciting workplace! We are located in Arenastaden, Solna, next to Mall of Scandinavia.We appreciate initiative, and as our employee your knowledge and input will be highly valued.

Detta är en jobbannons med titeln "Android developer to Close, Svea Ekonomi’s department for payment soluti..." hos företaget Ants och publicerades på webbjobb.io den 19 september 2017 klockan 15:38.

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