iOS Developer

Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Full Time

Role Description:
As a Software Engineer ( iOS) , you will be responsible for architecting and developing cutting-edge features in native iOS app for RadiusAgent. An ideal candidate will have prior experience in developing messaging and/or social networking features.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • You will be understanding and analyzing project requirements and translating it into specifications and programming deliverables
  • You will be working closely with designers and developers to build new features and iterate on the current features
  • You will be building new application features using Swift which works together with the existing Objective-C code.
  • You will be testing and debugging the product in controlled, real situations
  • You will be working on offline storage, multi-threading, and performance tuning.
  • You will implement design Patterns to make ViewControllers, Auto layouts, Blocks, Private methods unit testable
  • You will be working on cloud message APIs and push notification
  • You will be Maintaining the systems and updating as per requirements
  • Experience in Swift UI is a plus

You should apply if you have

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or any related field.
  • 3-5 years of iOS development experience.
  • Proficient in Swift with at least 1 year of SwiftUI experience.
  • Familiarity with iOS SDK, UIKit, Core Animation, and relevant frameworks.
  • Experience integrating RESTful APIs, third-party libraries, and backend services.
  • Strong problem-solving skills and ability to work independently.
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills.
  • Experience in functional programming is a plus
  • Proven track record of delivering high-quality iOS applications.

Education or certifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, a related technical discipline, or equivalent experience

About Radius:
Radius is the pioneering force in revolutionizing the real estate industry. As an innovative partner for growth, we provide a tailored ecosystem of cutting-edge technology, compliance support, services, and networking. With our platform, brokerages can level up their operations, launch their own brokerage, or join top-performing teams. Our unrivaled offering ensures seamless transactions, boosts productivity, and fosters long-term success. Backed by a 99% retention rate, 370% annual brokerage growth, and an expansive network of over 85,000 agents, Radius Brokerage Platform is the go-to solution for professionals seeking to excel in the real estate sector. Discover the future of real estate with Radius and unlock limitless potential.


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