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Lead Flutter Developer, Toronto

Published 2022-05-22
Expires 2022-06-22
ID #1008536912
200000 CA$
Lead Flutter Developer, Toronto
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published May 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Lead flutter developer
Min. Salary: 150.000


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We are hiring an ambitious Lead Flutter Developer to join our growing team with the following responsibilities

· Lead new development projects

· Provide mentoring and guidance to other developers

· Partner closely with product owners and marketing colleagues to define and understand product requirements and success metrics

· Build and maintain new/existing features

· Responsible for entire software development lifecycle, including requirements gathering, planning, design, development, and deployment

· Effectively identify, diagnose, and repair performance bottlenecks and bugs.

Qualifications

Must-have:

· 1+ years of experience building and deploying mobile apps using flutter

· 3+ years of mobile development experience

· 5+ years of software development experience

· Experience leading a team of developers

· Experience building applications that consume RESTful APIs

· Must be well versed with working in an agile environment

· Demonstrated leadership capabilities

Nice-to-have:

· Experience building video-based applications

· Experience building social applications

What we offer:

· Exceptional career growth potential

· Competitive cash and equity compensation

· Medical, dental, and other health coverages

· Paid time off

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: $100,000.00-$150,000.00 per year

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    200000 CA$ / Monthly

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    Stocpick Technologies Inc.
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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