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Android Developer

Company Name:
RDC Biz
Job Description:
RDC is seeking a highly motivated Android Developer join our client as they are growing at an extremely high pace. They are making some major product enhancements to all facets of their home security systems. They are currently looking for Android Developers to work on the hand held control apps for the security systems. These developers need to come from a hard-core Software Engineering background and have worked in Zero Fault Tolerance software environment (i.e. Aircraft flight controls, etc.).
Job Requirements:
Must be a US Citizen or hold a Green Card.
Must have a strong Android development background.
Must have a hard core engineering background.
Must come from a Zero Fault Tolerance.
Must have back end Java development experience.
Must have strong experience in the following areas:
Agile
Jira
Git
Stash
Linux experience
Strong Web Services experience
Very collaborative cultural
Coming from Comcast's home security division would be a plus
Job Culture:
Highly collaborative.
5 days in the office, need to be with the team.
Must be willing to come to Wayne, PA office.
Daily Intensive Code Reviews.
Android and back-end teams are very closely coupled and very interactive.
Environment is very interactive (it has a lot of alarms, etc. going off as part of the build/test process).
Still feels like a small creative company.
Subscribe to the Open Source Model.
Job Specifics:
Engagement Type: 12 Months - "Right to Hire" Contract
Start Date: Immediate
Location: Wayne, PA
Salary: Competitive - commensurate with experience and skill sets
If you are interested, qualified and available for this position, please send your most recently updated resume to Andrea@rdccompanies .com and/or at your earliest convenience.

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