You will work with the development team on Moodpath: the leading mental health app with more than 2M downloads worldwide.
You will have the freedom to use state-of-the-art technologies and in turn, be expected to deliver a stellar user experience.
You play a key role in the core strategy of the company: you are significantly responsible for our overall success.
You contribute to an engineering culture where developers enjoy working and keep learning.
You have a track record in building mobile applications in agile environments.
We develop with Swift and Kotlin. Therefore extensive experience with these or Java and Objective-C is required.
You have experience in development with tests. We work extensively with test frameworks to ensure we have 100% test coverage throughout.
You have good knowledge of Git, development workflow automation (Fastlane) and CI (Github Actions, Gitlab CI, Travis, Jenkins, CircleCI…). Continuous Delivery is in our DNA.
You have an appreciation for great user experience as much as for awesome tech architecture.
You are great at communicating with people, motivating everyone and getting the whole team on the same page.
Fluency in English, German is a plus.
The most important one: willingness to learn. We are constantly learning new things and we enjoy it a lot. As we use many new technologies, we don’t expect to find people experienced in all of them. If you are excited about our tech-stack and you think you are a fast learner, do not hesitate to apply!
What we offer
A meaningful job. If helping a company sell shoes or deliver more food doesn’t satisfy you, we have something in common. Digitizing mental health services is not easy, but when it works it is incredibly meaningful. A carefully crafted balance between digital health startup (flat hierarchies, a self-dependent way of working, clear-cut communication, speed) and family-owned hospital group (bold decision making, medical depth, regulatory framework).
An open-space office in Berlin Kreuzkölln with lovely colleagues from different domains, backgrounds, and cultures.