Senior Mobile Application Engineer


 SENIOR MOBILE APPLICAITON ENGINEER

 

 

We are looking for the next member of the WEconnect team to build and improve our stellar mobile experiences that support recovery from addiction!

This individual must be highly creative and high-energy addition, and will be responsible for building moderate to complex products that will directly impact our consumer’s experience. This role will create solutions by developing and implementing applications across our WEconnect platforms.

 

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

- Improve the flagship WEconnect mobile applications built with React Native and TypeScript.

- Native integration with Android using Kotlin/Java and with iOS using Swift/Objective-C.

-Research and prototype new product experiences on smartphones, tablets, wearables, voice UI, TV, AR, VR, and more.

 

Work Environment

WEconnect is a team of people who have joined together to solve a problem -- one to which we are truly dedicated: saving lives from addiction. We achieve this by reducing relapse, making recovery fun and accountable, and keeping individuals connected to community support.

We have created a culture of our own. Grown from the knowledge of our shared past, WEconnect exemplifies trust, commitment, flexibility, leadership, work/life balance, and service. Each colleague brings their authentic personality, passion, and ideas to lead, grow, and define a company that seeks to revolutionize recovery through technology.

 

 

EEO

WEConnect is an Equal Opportunity employer of minorities / women / individuals with disabilities and protected veterans and does not unlawfully discriminate under federal, state, or local laws. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or protected veteran status.

 

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Assistant Community Association Manager (Onsite)

 

 

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