iOS front-end app developer intern- Starting ASAP in London!

Where: App Media Network

Date Posted:

Contact: Barnabás Prifer

07449 913951

http://appmedianetwork.com/

Expenses

App Media Network is seeking an iOS programmer with great interpersonal skills to join our team and develop our mobile application. You will be responsible for developing and implementing core application functionality and application features, in collaboration with other interns on the programme. This internship provides an outstanding opportunity to get an insight of the film- and entertainment industry and distribution services. You will also be invited to our networking parties, where you will get the chance to meet stars, celebrities and many influential people from the showbiz world!.

RESPONSIBILITIES
- Help architect, build and maintain the iPhone app
- Concept, develop and implement new & exciting features
- Keep up-to-date on the latest iPhone SDK developments, respond to customer feedback & testing
- Active participation in the concept and design process

REQUIREMENTS
- MUST be based in London
- Be enthusiastic and ambitious
- Strong programming skills to build high-quality, high-performance and scalable application
- Ability to debug & troubleshoot networked applications
- Tendency to write clean, maintainable code
- Experience implementing modern user interfaces
- At least 1 years' experience developing iOS application (hobby or professional)
- Experience with PHP and Javascript and being familiar with Facebook PHP SDK is a plus (hobby or professional)
- High drive and discipline to create high quality polished application
- Experience of OpenGL (ES) would be a plus
- Interest in design and UI, graphics software knowledge would be a plus
- Experience of cross-platform app development would be a plus
- Experience in backend development is a plus
- An understanding of working with application analytics
- Ability to multi-task
- Must be proficient with spoken and written English
- Ability to work in teams; give and receive constructive criticism