Ineqe Safeguarding Group provides clients with a wide range of services, including consultancy, conferencing, training and technical solutions. We are a dynamic company providing a close-knit and lively working environment, where all the staff work in a supportive and creative environment.
With a substantial expanding order book for iOS Apps, Ineqe Safeguarding Group are now looking to recruit a talented and experienced iOS developer to assist our production team in the development and maintenance of native iOS Apps.
Ideally you will have a degree in computer science or similar. If you haven’t, don’t worry the role would suit an experienced programmer with substantial experience of programming (at least two years). The successful candidate will have practical experience together with a positive attitude and good interpersonal communication skills, team working approach and eagerness to learn.
Responsibilities & Duties
As an iOS App Developer you will work as part of our development team, developing projects from the ground up to ensure the design, delivery and implementation of all projects is in line with the customer requirements across a wide spectrum of clients.
Reporting to the Development Team Leader, you will contribute to every stage of the development and build of Apps, ensuring that all code is of the highest quality. This will include activities ranging from client engagement through to post launch maintenance.
You will be expected to continue to develop technical skills and ensure that you keep up to date with the latest trends in the market. A training budget is available to assist staff undertake relevant training.
Qualifications and Skills
We are ideally looking for someone with the following essential skills:
Two years or more post-qualification experience on native iOS applications
A good understanding of Object-Orientated programming
A degree in Computer Science or related field would be an advantage
Knowledge of Software Architecture and Design
Experience developing iOS apps using Objective C, Swift, iOS 13 SDK and Xcode
Experience using relational and non-relational databases
Experience working with RESTful web services
Experience using third party APIs
Understand the importance of source code management and basic git usage
Strong organisational and problem-solving skills
Able to work in a team
Experience of determining user requirements and developing applications to match them
Ability to evaluate alternatives and understand business implications and impact
Proactive and self-motivated
Strong sense of ownership, urgency and drive
Experience publishing iOS applications to the App Store
Experience developing cross-platform mobile application using Xamarin and/or React Native
Preference may be given to candidates with experience of cross-platform experience.
We offer a relaxed but productive working environment, where employees are valued.
This role is for a full-time post but may be available on a part-time basis. The salary range will be £25,000 to £35,000 and will depend on skills and ability. Regular salary reviews are conducted and staff who meet our productivity targets are rewarded.
The successful candidate can expect to be supplied with top-of-the range equipment and will benefit from 28 days annual leave (full-time), which increases with service. As a company we are keen to develop our staff and a training budget is available to ensure that staff can undertake relevant training.
The Directors have been keen to develop a family environment within the business and this ethos underpins our team spirit.
The following benefits are enjoyed by our team:
Company pension scheme
Subsidised gym membership
Private health insurance (partners and children can join)
Cycle to work scheme
A flexible approach to the working day
Travel insurance for work travel
Productivity bonus scheme (paid twice yearly)
Supplied with a range of equipment relevant to your role
Life insurance for key staff
Paid volunteering leave to work with a relevant charity
Endless supply of tea, coffee and soft drinks
To apply, please send a letter explaining why you want to work at Ineqe Safeguarding Group, a CV and a completed Equal Opportunities monitoring form.
Appointment will be subject to successful references.
Pay: £25,000 – £35,000 Dependent upon skills and experience.
The role may involve evening and weekend working, and travel within the United Kingdom. Candidates must be willing to undertake changes to the working day as is required.
Ineqe is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all who meet our selection criteria.
Whilst a criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to being appointed, as the successful candidate will be part of our schools programme, they will be required to undergo and pass enhanced vetting through AccessNI.
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