iOS Engineer - Podcasts, Apple Media Products

San Francisco, California, United States
Software and Services

Summary

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Role Number: 200040032
Podcasts Client Engineering is a small, focused team that builds the Podcasts experience used by millions of people across all of our platforms including iOS, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and HomePod. We're based in San Francisco and we frequently collaborate with teams in Cupertino and London, including Design, Apple Music, Siri, Apple Watch, and many others. Most of our work is in Swift, Objective-C, and Javascript, but as a client app, we're exposed to the full stack from OS internals to third-party RESTful APIs.

Key Qualifications

  • You have extensive experience developing applications for iOS and/or macOS
  • You're fluent in Swift, Objective-C, and probably one or more of Javascript, Ruby, or Python
  • You know your way around the command line and love to automate repetitive or error-prone tasks
  • You have an eye for great design and deep empathy for your customers
  • You can communicate clearly and take constructive feedback well
  • You're excited by the idea of working on a product that makes a difference in millions of peoples' lives
  • Bonus points if you have experience in privacy, accessibility, analytics, search, or recommendations

Description

As a critical member of our small team, you may find yourself working on innovative new UI/UX, networking code that can deliver continuous podcast playback under the most adverse of conditions, or designing, instrumenting, and analyzing user behavior metrics. Each project will require a different subset of your skills, from deep technical knowledge of an OS internal to an amazing ability to communicate and persuade. In addition to your primary development responsibilities, you'll share the load with your teammates to make sure bug reports are quickly and thoroughly addressed, our continuous integration system is healthy and sufficient, and our extended team knows what we're up to.

Education & Experience

BS in Computer Science, related degree, or equivalent experience.

Additional Requirements