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Android Engineer
Ref No.: 17-00641
Location: San Francisco, California
Position Type:Direct Placement
Start Date: 06/08/2017
Hello,
 
We are currently looking for a Android Developer in San Francisco, CA.  If you are currently interested or know anyone interested please email your word copy resume to william@itavalon.com
 
Android Developer
Client connects people, groups, and machines through seamless voice communication. Through our push-to-talk, wearable-enabled voice platform, we deliver a heads-up and eyes-free experience that enables people to communicate more efficiently without losing focus and to do their best work.
Our users depend on companion apps for connecting wearable hardware to the Internet. We're working to deliver our customers a user experience that is smooth, reliable, and a joy to use.
This is where you come in! Your role at Orion Labs will involve leading the effort to enhance our Android app, by adding new features to our current product line, improving reliability, and supporting future products.
We're looking for teammates who take pride in building and testing great mobile software. Ideally, you'll have four or more years of experience with Android, and at least one app in the Play Store. We'd also love to see an even deeper knowledge of Java, particularly with some experience wrangling broad and complex applications. Although this isn't formally a management role — at least, not yet — having some leadership experience would help, too.
Naturally, we rely on the Android platform, along with all of its idioms, as the foundation for our work. We use Dagger to provide dependency injection, and RxJava to support reactive programming patterns. Our mobile applications use Bluetooth LE to talk to our wearable product, and RESTful APIs to talk to our service backend. We iterate quickly, aiming to deliver app updates to our users every couple of weeks or so.
We also hope that you care passionately about intuitive user interface design. We'd like to see you serve as an advocate for Material Design principles — how to use them to their strengths and when the situation calls for breaking away for them.
 
William Blankenship
william@itavalon.com  
916.997.0741
550 Harvest Park Drive, Suite B
Brentwood, CA 94513