Are you an ambitious Android developer? Do you enjoy working in a creative and dynamic environment? We are aFrogleap, a digital product agency in Amsterdam. We build complex yet intuitive mobile experiences that actually matter. Interested? We are currently looking for an Android Developer to strengthen our development team.
As an Android Developer, you’ll translate clients’ needs into customized mobile solutions. While doing this, you keep the constraints of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices in mind. You’re involved in challenging projects for clients like KLM, Red Cross, and BMW. As each of our clients has different needs, you’ll work on a diverse range of products. You’ll be part of an agile Scrum team with talented developers, designers, strategists and product owners.
- An HBO/WO diploma in a relevant field like Computer Science, Interactive Media or Artificial Intelligence.
- Experience developing for Android/Java
- Further experience with Android Studio, IntelliJ, Maven, or Gradle. And you hate Eclipse.
- Experience with deadlines for simultaneous projects.
- A level of English (spoken and written) that allows you to communicate confidently within an international team.
- A mindset that is analytical, flexible, stress-resistant and solution-oriented.
- Commitment to be a highly motivated team-player.
- Motivation to work in an agile development environment.
Working at aFrogleap means working in an informal environment with enthusiastic young people, short communication lines, and little hierarchy. We believe work can be fun and should give you purpose. That’s why we constantly share our knowledge and experience to help each other grow. You can count on a competitive salary, 8 percent holiday money, 27 vacation days, and compensation for your travel and phone costs. We have a drink on Friday afternoons, we relax with a game of table soccer and we regularly organize fun activities with the team, such as boat trips on the Amsterdam canals!
Upon submitting your application, you will be asked to complete an assignment.