Recently we shared some of our favorite resources for learning Swift development, citing its popularity as the gold standard of iOS development. Already know Swift like the back of your hand? These companies are looking for developers just like you. Let’s start finding your next adventure.
And if you’re just beginning, here’s a sampling of the types of opportunities that will be available to you after you learn this skill.
KeepSafe — Berlin, Germany or San Francisco, CA
With a base in one of the world’s happiest cities, four-year-old startup KeepSafe is already ahead of the game. The profitable, post-Series A company prioritizes beautiful code, ambitious and independent thinking, precision, and privacy.
KeepSafe’s engineering team is constantly iterating on security tactics including smart encryption, key management, data transcoding, secure and fast cloud sync, and back-end custom analytics development.
The iOS app developer of their dreams is comfortable owning the entire lifecycle of core infrastructure, laying the foundation for a multi-product code base, and building UI components to be reused across KeepSafe. If you’re up for a paid relocation to Berlin or SF, apply here.
Solstice — Chicago, Illinois
iOS Developer (Swift, Objective-C)
Solstice is a digital agency that uses tech to solve complex problems for its clients—from product strategy to mobile development and everything in between.
Solstice is what’s known as a “people-first” company (the best ones always are). Here, that translates to a culture that empowers its employees (colloquially known as “Solsties”) to keep learning constantly, brings together servant leaders, and a team that’s always reassessing how they can make the most positive impact on the world.
Their ideal iOS developer has object-oriented design skills iOS dev experience, and the ability to communicate technical concepts to relevant stakeholders. If you want to become a Solstie, apply here.
Le Tote — San Francisco, CA
Bringing fashion and tech together in a way that’s just plain fun, Le Tote aims to make fashion accessible to everyone. They’ll style a wardrobe for clients who can choose which items they want to rent, then wear them, return them, and repeat.
The company’s culture is as progressive as its concept. With weekly yoga and HIIT classes, unlimited vacation, mindfulness classes, and weekly catered lunches, they make it easy to get your work done and hard to want to leave.
The iOS mobile developer they crave can build, scale, and deploy high-quality apps, wants to work with the latest code-based technologies (Le Tote’s platform is 100% Swift-based), and is able to write self-documenting, performant code. Sound like you? Apply here.
ThoughtWorks — New York, NY
This global technology consultancy focuses on creating tech that makes lives better. They aim to address clients’ challenges in ways that reverberate positive social change, making this the perfect place for the activist developer.
With 4,000 technologists across fourteen countries (and 6 offices in the U.S. alone), ThoughtWorks encourages world travel, and offers great relocation packages for employees who do.
Their ideal full stack mobile developer will be an expert in developing/testing/deploying/releasing native applications on iOS and/or Android, experience developing cross-platform apps, and an understanding of mobile trends and their evolution.
If that’s you, learn more about the company and apply here.
You can always search Stack Overflow Jobs by technology. Explore all jobs using Swift here.