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Software Engineer iOS at Payworks GmbH (Pozna, Poland)

What you will do...

Work on our apps and frameworks, used by merchants worldwide to accept and manage card payments. There you will have a focus on iOS topics, but will also work on more general topics.  As part of this:

  • You extend and maintain our iOS payment SDK

  • You update our App release pipeline to comply with latest iOS releases

  • You ensure that we stay up-to-date with iOS versions and UI paradigms

  • You keep our UI elements up-to-date and adapt them to new display requirements

  • You improve our test coverage and work for our robot army with even more test cases to run through. You enjoy watching automated tests try to crash your application and fail.

  • You integrate new credit card terminals or extend existing support

What we offer...

  • A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of bringing a technically outdated industry to this century’s digital standards 

  • 70+ super-skilled colleagues in an organisation that is ever learning and able to quickly act on things that need to change

  • An open culture that welcomes agile methods (Scrum, TDD, continuous deployment, retrospectives etc.)

  • The dynamics and fun of working in a quickly growing start-up, combined with a stable financial outlook backed by a multi-million Euro venture capital investment

  • Relocation support and allowance; free German classes

  • Flexible working hours and competitive compensation – including a budget for your personal/professional development

What we are looking for...

  • You have a degree in computer science or equivalent

  • You have experience developing iOS based apps and frameworks and know how the App Store release process is structured and what it takes to publish an app

  • You understand how autolayout works and are comfortable designing UIs 

  • You have worked with CI/CD systems, that help automate the complex and repetitive tasks and make it easy to release new versions

  • Maybe you’ve already worked with payment terminals and know why using ISO 7816 for anything else than smart card communication is a bad idea

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