Remote Contract Intermediate Flutter Dev.
Location: Remote (USA only)
Company: AIsoft Development LLC

We're a team of U.S. developers building custom mobile apps, web apps, VR apps and voice apps for clients, AIsoft (https://aisoft.dev/). We're looking to add a talented intermediate Flutter developer to the team on a contract basis, who would be able to handle mobile development working with our Flutter team lead. We're looking for somebody who we could ideally have on the team for years to come. During projects, we usually need 10-20 hours of availability in a given week.

 

A few things about our team: we're composed of ~8 remote developers who specialize in either front-end, back-end, mobile dev or VR. We have team members that handle devops, product management and design, so you'd only be responsible for Flutter dev: no back-end, deployment, design or product management stuff. Furthermore, while we're often able to find developers with the technical skill-set, we feel it's harder to find team members who are also super communicative and extremely thorough in reviewing/testing their work before delivering. These two things are really important to us.

 

If you’re interested, and think you might be a good fit, we’d love to hear from you. Please send a short description of your experience (can be in CV but doesn’t have to be) and links to Linkedin and/or a portfolio site, if you have them, to hiring@aisoft.dev. Include the phrase “AGUA” so we know you read this.


Requirements:

  • Fluent English
  • Located in the United States
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • 2+ years of Flutter experience (flexible)
  • Experience with Provider and REST API integration
  • Experience using git platforms like Gitlab and Github


Job posted on 2nd October 2020-10-02T08:26:32.211 2020-10-12T08:26:32.854


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