ICT Jobs in Africa
|Mobile Developer,   Cape Town,   South Africa|
Are you tired of working on the same old mobile projects?
Are you looking to make an actual difference in the world with the work you do?
Well then I guess it’s time to take control of your developing career and make your move.
We are looking for up and coming talented developers that may have already obtained experience in this field as well as young, ambitious and innovative developers that aspire to join us on our quest to make the online world a safer place.
Desired Skills and Experience:
What you will need:
•1-2 years mobile development experience in Java, Objective C or C# for mobile handset applications in a commercial environment (e.g. J2ME, Android, iPhone, S60, Windows 8 and mobile)
•Experience with preferred web technologies
•Familiarity with agile methodologies, SDLC and rapid release cycles.
•Strong grasp of design patterns and modern software design principles
What you will be doing:
•Building, enhancing and maintaining exciting features for our applications on all mobile platforms - Apple, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Feature phones (J2ME) and Android.
•Application design, development and testing
•Application maintenance and fault resolution
•Full life-cycle development, including technical documentation
If you are interested in making the online world a safer place and having lots of fun while you are doing it…APPLY NOW!
About this company:
At Entersekt we pioneer and build products that safeguard online transactions.
The company's unique approach harnesses the power of electronic certificate technology (PKI) with the convenience of mobile phones to provide financial institutions and their customers with full protection from account takeover and other online banking fraud.
Entersekt is currently expanding its software engineering team with people that can build and deliver high quality enterprise mobility solutions. For more information visit www.entersekt.com.
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