iMethods is currently seeking an Mobile App Developer for a healthcare client in Jacksonville, Florida. This person will be the lead in developing Baptist first public facing mobile that will act as launching pad for other patient engaging features (apps). Will entertain remote after a few weeks onsite. This person will need experience with native app exp- (IOS (Swift)and ANDROID (JAVA), ,net (ZAMMER)
Design and create advanced user-interactive mobile applications for the Android and iOS platforms
Collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design, and deliver new features
Interface with outside data sources, vendors and servers via APIs & RPCs
Unit-test code for robustness, including edge cases, usability, and general reliability
Work on bug fixing and improving application performance
Continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development efficiency
Maintain technical documentation
Minimum of 4+ years relevant professional experience, or a commensurate combination of education, training and experience
Extensive knowledge in the Apple App Store, Apple Certificate Signing/Generation, Apple Approval Process and publishing apps.
Extensive knowledge in the Google Play store including beta testing as well as publishing a release.
Knowledge of building a app for a range of Android devices and OS Versions
Proven hands-on software development experience with Android SDK and iOS platforms
Software development experience in several of the following core languages: Java (Android), swift, HTML5, AJAX
Working knowledge of the general mobile landscape, UI/UX, architectures, trends, and emerging technologies.
Solid understanding of the full mobile APP development life cycle
Experience with REST services integration utilizing JSON and/or XML.
Experience with third-party libraries and API integration
Knowledge of OAuth authorization framework.
Technical knowledge of techniques, standards and state-of-the art capabilities for authentication and authorization, applied cryptography, security vulnerabilities and remediation