Our headquarters is in Vienna, Austria, but our team can be found all over the world in places like Raleigh, Hamburg, Ljubljana, Kiev, Mexico City, and Berlin. We are committed to having the best developers regardless of location. We’re growing fast and have some exciting new products in the pipeline. Join us for the ride.
We build the leading PDF Framework for iOS and will launch an Android version soon. Dropbox and Evernote (also IBM & SAP) are just some of the companies that use our framework in their Apps.
We're looking to hire an Android developer to join our team working on PSPDFKit Android, our upcoming PDF framework for Android. PSPDFKit is the leading PDF framework on iOS, it's used by Dropbox and Evernote, and we want PSPDFKit Android to match that level.
- Make architectural decisions that will impact hundreds of Apps for years.
- Write code that's readable, well documented and has meaningful tests so shipping new releases can happen often and without fear.
- Both fix existing issues and build new features.
- Spend time to get things “right”, not to hack something up quick.
- Collaborate daily with the whole team (Android, iOS, Support, Backend, Design) using Slack, Google Hangouts and Screenhero.
Our ideal candidate
- Has experience both with the Android SDK and NDK, using C++ and Java (RxJava is a plus!)
- Has developed Android Apps with great user experience throughout.
- Has a pragmatic approach to problem-solving.
- Has worked remotely and understands the different challenges of a distributed team.
What you get
- Room for personal and professional development.
- A motivated team and a thriving work culture.
- Numerous planned company events throughout the year.
- The freedom to set up your ideal work environment.
- Flexible working hours and vacation policy.
You should include these in your application
- A writeup explaining who you are as a programmer. Sample questions you might want to address: How'd you get started? What projects have you enjoyed working on? Which have you disliked? What motivates you? What surprising things have you learned about yourself since starting to program?
- A piece of code that does something you find interesting, and an explanation of why. (It doesn't have to be your own code.)
- Links to online profiles you use (Github, Twitter, etc).
- A description of your work history (whether as a resume, LinkedIn profile, or prose).