Jimdo empowers people to create their own websites without technical skills or coding knowledge. Jimdo's strengths are great usability (we have passionate users pushing 70), a high degree of
visual flexibility (it's very easy to integrate your own design), and high-quality integration of photos, videos, and text. Over 10 million users around the world are already building their
websites with Jimdo -- and we're continuing to grow exponentially.
We opened an office in San Francisco and doubled our team.
We're a motivated team of bright minds, and we have great fun giving our all to create the best product for our users. We love Kanban, and we try to make our office and our company a great place to work.
We encourage everyone who joins the team to visit the US office in San Francisco once a year. You could combine this with a West Coast holiday ;-)
This position is full-time and located at our headquarter in Hamburg.
• Help to kick start Android development at Jimdo. Create and setup everything needed to build the ultimate Android experience for Jimdo users.
• Code, test, automate...
• ...but not just that. You will participate in the design and the concept of the app, and actively propose ideas.
• You love the Android platform so much that your skin is turning green.
• You have already published application on Google Play and contributed to one or more Open Source projects and you are active in the Android community.
• You’re comfortable with TDD (and can cope with all the pain that it brings on Android).
• You don’t use the libs folder to manage dependencies (you already have some experience with maven and/or gradle).
• You know OOP principles and you have read Effective Java at least once in your life.
• You know architectural and design patterns, coding standards, you strive to write clean and DRY code.
• You’re familiar with version control systems (we <3 git).
• You’ve got good comunication skills and experience working side by side with API developers.
• You can see the big picture and you are open minded about how to achieve it.
•The agile approach comes naturally to you. You've read the • Agile Manifesto or heard about kanban.
• You have no fear of change. You question things. When necessary, you take a lead.
• You are curious and still excited to discover the unknown. Afterall, you’ll have to build a whole new application from scratch!
• You are keen to become better at what you do every day.