We care deeply about ensuring a seamless, top quality user experience for every one of our travelers. We provide a fundamentally new type of product and are continuously iterating and innovating to turn our application into the best travel app out there - that's why we've been featured multiple times in the App Store and hold a close relationship with Apple. As an iOS engineer at Polarsteps, you can expect to work with a small team across these challenges. This includes everything from fine tuning the performance of our app to building complex state-of-the-art screens.
Our ideal candidate
You’re a seasoned, professional and pragmatic developer with a feel for product and 5+ years experience. You love to travel and enjoy solving complex challenges. You've worked with Objective-C in the past, but enjoy all the bells and whistles of Swift. You don't need to have a Computer Science degree, but a sound understanding of CS fundamentals is a must. If in addition to this, you have extensive experience with large apps published in the App Store, then you’re the rainbow unicorn we’re looking for.
Benefits, perks, the cool stuff...
Does this description apply to you? Then check out these additional perks (especially the last one 😉), and click that Apply button already!
- Stock options!
- Competitive salary
- Work/life balance
- The possibility to be part of a fun, international team
- Awesome office in the center of Amsterdam, one of the most cosmopolitan and beautiful cities in the world
- 28 vacation days
-Relocation assistance if you don't live in the Netherlands yet (including visa if needed)
- We believe that regardless of stock options and salary, what will really make you richer are your travel experiences. That is why once per year you’ll have the chance to use our Teleporter™: with the push of a button, the Teleporter™ will go through all of the locations logged by our users and select a random one that is at least 1.000km away from Amsterdam. This is where your next adventure will take place! The flight is on us . Try it out here: https://www.polarsteps.com/teleporter.