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Senior iOS Developer at Wayfair (Boston, MA)

How will you be challenged?
While we are one of the largest iOS dev groups in Boston, we are organized in loosely coupled teams where senior developers own the architecture of a feature like messaging, checkout, or visual search. This is a great opportunity to join a community of seasoned professionals rising to the challenge of building an app used by millions worldwide, backed by an organization experiencing explosive growth. 

What Will You Do?

At Wayfair, senior developers drive and foster innovation across within one or multiple teams. This is exhibited by behaviors that include: 

  • Meeting with product managers and backend developers to architect features, and lead the work to be tackled by the team.

  • Modeling clean, performant, and well-tested code for your team

  • Working with designers on refining our user experiences with an eye to Human Interface Guidelines and other Apple best practices.

  • Anticipating areas for improvement and investment, and highlighting these for inclusion in a team's project roadmap.

  • Reviewing code and providing clear feedback to other developers on your team and adjacent groups.

  • Championing and implementing new ideas to help us work better together.

There are also a number of other opportunities for senior developers to expand their impact and influence beyond their team, including: 

  • Participating in cross-team workgroups to improve our approaches to testing, UI components, GraphQL, or other areas.

  • Mentoring and teaching junior developers entering as new hires or as part of our new entry-level bootcamp program: Wayfair Mobile Labs.

  • Giving back to the tech community by presenting talks at conferences and tech meetups.

  • Collaborating with our mobile platform team to improve our build processes, automation, and CI/CD.

Who Are You?

Within Wayfair iOS, our senior developers have a variety of backgrounds and strengths, but common among them are: 

  • Fluency in Swift, from a bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent industry working experience.

  • Familiarity with mobile engineering challenges including performance and memory management concepts

  • 3+ years of professional mobile development experience on publically available apps supported by RESTful web services.

  • 1+ years of leading teams in a senior capacity (tech lead, architect)

  • Have architected or designed complex features with product managers or other stakeholders

  • A genuine belief that constructive and respectful code reviews are the bedrock of a healthy team.

  • An eagerness to create experiences that will delight users.

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