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Android Engineer - Cash Team

EtherFi Dubai, United Arab Emirates Posted: 29 Apr 2024


  • $100k - $160k
  • Zero income tax location


  • Office Only
  • Apply from abroad
  • Relocation Support
  • Visa Provided


  • Experience: Senior
  • English: Professional


  • Employment Type: Full-time
  • Work Mode: Hybrid
  • Company:
  • Experience Level: Minimum of 3 years in Android development
  • Responsibilities:
    • Design, develop, and maintain Android applications using Kotlin, Android SDK, and Jetpack Compose
    • Collaborate with product and design team to implement new features
    • Integrate data querying using GraphQL
    • Implement Android-compatible web3 technologies for blockchain functionalities
    • Ensure application performance, quality, and responsiveness standards
    • Stay updated with advancements in blockchain technology and Android development
    • Create Unit and UI-tests and CI/CD flow for testing and production releases
    • Communicate with Play Store representatives for app releases
  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field
    • Proficiency in Kotlin, Android SDK, and Jetpack Compose
    • Experience in building Android applications and interacting with backends and databases
    • Familiarity with Android-compatible blockchain interaction libraries
    • Knowledge of development tools and methodologies
    • Experience or work in Blockchain and Ethereum ecosystem
    • Strong problem-solving and communication skills
  • Perks & Benefits:
    • Competitive salary and equity offerings
    • Opportunity to work with cutting-edge technology
    • Health, dental, and vision insurance plans
    • Collaborative and inclusive work culture
    • Exciting company events and team-building off-sites
    • Option to take part of salary as ETH
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About EtherFi

EtherFi is a decentralized non-custodial ETH staking protocol. It is the only staking protocol that allows stakers to retain control of their keys while delegating validator operations to node operators.