iOS Engineer

Tech - PARIS - Full-time

Drivy is Europe’s #1 car-sharing platform with over 2 million users and 50,000 cars in 6 countries. We give city-dwellers convenient access to shared cars in their neighbourhood that they can unlock with their phones - while also liberating city spaces from unused parked cars. We’re constantly expanding to new cities, optimising our service and apps, and improving the customer experience, so we’re on the lookout for smart, passionate, and creative people to join our international team (with over 20 nationalities!).

You are not only well versed in iOS development, but also have a strong understanding of what makes a good UX. You have worked with all the components of an iOS app, from client-server communication to UI. What motivates you the most is to have a direct impact on users, you are details-oriented and strive on building great software.

You will participate in building an app that is changing the mobility landscape in Europe and scale to millions of users, and by joining the engineering team (23 brilliant people!) you’ll take on many challenges such as:

• work closely with our product and design teams to deliver great user experience and pixel-perfect interfaces
• work on great features that make car rental easy and frictionless
• keep our UI smooth
• improve our delivery process with tests, continuous integration, automated screenshots
• keep our tech stack state of the art: we always evaluate what is best for our needs
• always find ways to make our app more flexible and reliable

Remote friendly job however, you must be able to come to our Paris office once a week to exchange with the team face-to-face.

Our Tech Stack

  • A lot of Swift 4, less and less Objective-C
  • Cocoapods
  • Fastlane
  • XCUITest
  • Circle CI

Skills & Experience we are looking for:

  • Experience shipping at least one excellent iOS app, ideally currently available on the App Store
  • Deep understanding of the iOS SDK
  • Experience with RESTful APIs
  • Strong object-oriented and architectural skills
  • Great communication skills
  • Able to communicate in English

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No need for a resume, but Linkedin, Twitter and Github usernames are appreciated!