Kickstarter is seeking an experienced Android engineer who loves building new products and solving problems to join our team in Brooklyn. Our Android app is open source, well-tested, and used by hundreds of thousands of people. If this sounds interesting to you, we'd love to talk!
Our ideal candidate is a skilled and passionate Android engineer, who values personal growth and feedback. You should have experience shipping Android apps and supporting their lifecycle. Our small engineering team works closely together to create new tools, improve on existing features, and ensure a smooth user experience. We are looking for an engineer who loves to collaborate and eagerly tackles challenges of all sizes. We use ad-hoc QA servers to test and demo new features, GitHub pull requests for peer review, and continuous integration to run our test suites.
At least 3+ years of experience building native apps is required, and we are interested in engineers with a wide range of skills and interests, including:
- Experience with design patterns in Android and Java
- Familiarity, or a strong interest in learning, functional programming and RxJava
- Familiarity with testing in Android and writing easy-to-test code
- Strong communication skills and the ability to translate technical ideas into understandable concepts for others
- Curiosity and commitment to learning and skill-sharing
- Collaborative and cooperative spirit
This position is full-time and on-site at our beautiful office in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. All full-time employees are eligible for our terrific benefits program, which includes stock options, full health/dental/vision coverage, 401k contribution, generous vacation and family leave, and a wide variety of social and cultural events.
Kickstarter is a Public Benefit Corporation, and our mission is to help bring creative projects to life. We measure our success as a company by how well we achieve that mission, not by the size of our profits. In our charter, we spell out our mission, our values, and the commitments we have made to pursue them.