Mobile architect will lead the design, building, and architecture of iHerb’s mobile products.
- Partner with technology teams globally to deliver scalable, resilient, and high-performing apps for a best-in-class user experience
- Drive adoption towards a unified architecture vision for our mobile platform with shared technology, process, and tools
- Provide design specifications and architecture for new feature development
- Lead design efforts on native mobile apps across both IOS and Android platforms
- Evaluate new mobile coding frameworks and approaches and drive adoption of new innovated features across mobile platform
- Establish test driven development practices for unit, functional, and integration testing to ensure high quality products
- Collaborate with team to help define product development teams on product and technical roadmaps
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Expertise with designing and delivering optimized native mobile apps in client server architecture
- Strong working experience with writing high quality, testable, mainatable, and well documented code
- Expert level knowledge of industry best practices for design and implementation of mobile native apps
- Strong working experience with Android SDK, Swift, Objective-C, Kotlin, Microservices
- Experience building large scale, complex, IOS/Android applications optimized for both UX and performance
- Experience coordinated development efforts across globally distributed development teams.
- Strong leader and mentor for junior engineers on the team
- Enter those essential job duties that are required (the two below are examples)
- Is there any equipment that is must to know. – I don’t think this relevant.
- Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Experience with Google Business Suite (Gmail, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Forms) preferred
Generally requires a minimum of 10+ years of software development experience and 7+ years in mobile platforms (IOS and Android)
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Math, or related field