Bloom learning is looking for an exceptional iOS developer to join a small team that’s going to revolutionize the way people learn.
Bloom Learning (The team & company)
We are a small team on a mission to help people become better learners. Previously, we have founded and been part of some of Europe’s fastest-growing businesses such as SuperAwesome (acquired by Epic Games) and Monzo. This time, we want to change the way people learn.
We’re fully funded, have a team of experts to execute and a clear challenge ahead of us :).
This is a ground-zero opportunity to take ownership of our iOS user experience before anyone has touched it yet. While you’re not the only developer on the team (and thus can absolutely count on great feedback & collaboration), you will be able to lead the implementation/development of our iOS experience across the board. We could write a lot more about the role, but we’re still a small team, so the above really does capture its full scope :)
The way we work
- We're very flexible on working hours. Other than our daily stand-up + a few meetings in the week where the full team attends, you're pretty much left to fit your work around the rest of your life
- We're not strict on the amount of holiday you take. We're really passionate about our mission and have aggressive targets to hit, but also realise that to do our best work, we need to be in the right mind space - and that means being able to take time off to recharge when needed.
- A minimum of 5 years professional experience as a developer
- At least 4 of which with a focus on iOS
- Worked in a (small) team before
Interested? We’d love to hear from you! Send us your CV + Cover letter explaining why you are the right person for the job at Bloom Learning.
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