Jobs at the New York Times, New York, United States of America
Position: Android Engineer
One of the world’s leading newspaper agency “The New York Times” is seeking highly qualified and caliber Android Engineer. The successful appointee will join the collaborative, friendly and agile team that builds user-facing products with an impact. However, the incumbent must be excellent with Java, Kotlin, and object-oriented programming, as well as standard Android development tools such as IntelliJ or Android Studio. Basically, the Android Engineer will be accoutable for Android app performance, quality, and responsiveness.
In particular, the position holder will perform the following functions
Design, develop and test new features by updating existing code, as well as from the ground up as well as participate in code reviews.
Write unit tests, and work with QA to ensure functional automated tests can be written.
Similarly, work closely with our Project Manager, Product Manager, and other engineers.
Collaborate cross-functionally with internal NYTimes services, as well as external APIs
Furthermore, optimize the platform to ensure high performance by writing quality code and partnering with in-house QA team to test and fix bugs.
Experience building native Android applications using Java or Kotlin. Also, experience with architectural patterns such as MVP, MVC, and MVVM.
Strong understanding of dependency injection as well as proficiency in multi-threading.
Proficiency with RxJava and other third-party libraries such as Gradle, Dagger, Espresso, etc.
Strong knowledge of layouts, themes, styles, views, and other Android UI concepts especially pertaining to Material Design Guidelines.
Hands-on experience working with third-party APIs.
Familiarity with build tools and continuous integration.
|Type of Opportunity||General Job|
|Company Name||The New York Times|