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Android Developer (Sponsorship Provided)

  • Location:

    London

  • Sector:

    Software Engineering

  • Job type:

    Fixed Term Contract

  • Salary:

    £75000 - £100000 per annum + + Bonus + 2 days onsite per month

  • Contact:

    Charlie Warren

  • Contact email:

    cwarren@mcgregor-boyall.com

  • Job ref:

    15062022_1655309853

  • Published:

    13 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-07-15

  • Startdate:

    June - August 2022

Android Developer - Mid/Snr

We are currently searching for an Android Developer to join one of our FinTech clients in London

This company has grown to over 180 people, with 160,000 active users. They have seen significant growth over the last few years, resulting in an aquisition by a major banking institution. They are now making a significant investment into their mobile development team.

Key Skills Are:

  • RxJava or Coroutines and Dagger or Hilt
  • Kotlin, the Android SDK, Android Studio and best engineering practices
  • Working in agile environment using Scrum
  • Working within a cross functional mobile team (Android/iOS)
  • Writing tests- (unit test, integration test, UI test etc.)
  • Experience with Java/Android design patterns (MVP, MVVM)
  • Experience with best practices in mobile design (human interface guidelines, threading, bandwidth considerations etc.)
  • Experience working with CI/CD
  • Experience with Git or other similar distributed SCM systems
  • Good understanding of REST and messaging platforms

For more information regarding this role please contact Charlie Warren.


Android / Kotlin / Mobile / Developer / Hybrid / Dagger / RxJava
Android / Kotlin / Mobile / Developer / Hybrid / Dagger / RxJava
Android / Kotlin / Mobile / Developer / Hybrid / Dagger / RxJava
Android / Kotlin / Mobile / Developer / Hybrid / Dagger / RxJava
Android / Kotlin / Mobile / Developer / Hybrid / Dagger / RxJava

McGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on any grounds.