Our is the leader in decentralized authentication with millions of users secured across the Fortune 500. Named a “Cool Vendor” by Gartner in 2017, Our client is trusted by major enterprises such as Mastercard and Samsung to prevent breaches, eliminate fraud, and accelerate transaction speeds.
The product ensures that individuals credentials always stay safely decentralized and encrypted on the users’ devices. By eliminating the need for a centralized credential store, the product removes the target and reduces the size of the attack surface to minimize your risk of a data breach.
With the product, enterprises are changing the way millions of users experience fast, secure access to our connected world.
As a Lead iOS Engineer, you will be both building and architecting their vision for the SDK and application offerings. You will be hands-on working with the team and be well experienced to lead an expanding group of seasoned individuals. Your interactions will span client deployments, product, UX and security. Further, you will identify and bring insights of your own to create a faster, better, more secure experience for our end users.
- Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field
- 4+ commercial iOS native coding experience in Objective-C (or Swift)
- Experience connected to a commercially successful mobile application brought to market and having lived through multiple iterations/releases
- Experience using Xcode
- Experience using and integrating third-party libraries.
- Experience with Cocoa Touch; specifically UIKit and Foundation
- Strong CS fundamentals in object-oriented design, data structures, algorithms, problem-solving, and complexity analysis
- Ability to troubleshoot and identify the root cause of issues under time pressure
- Ability to effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions
- Excellent interpersonal communication with strong verbal / written English skills
- Experience working in a team-based environment and with project management tools such as JIRA and Confluence
- Experience using source control tools such as git