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Mobile App Developer

Job Description
iTransact, Inc., is a credit card payment service provider located in Farmington, UT. iTransact has provided online payment acceptance since 1994, far longer than most of our competitors. We are going through a period of rapid growth with a robust product roadmap and excitement in growing our technology team.
We are looking for mid to senior level mobile application developers for both Android and iOS. Candidates should be familiar with writing native apps in one or both environments and should be familiar with writing apps tightly integrated with a remote platform. Preference will be given to candidates that can also do full stack web development when needed. We work extensively in Java and Ruby, so experience in these languages would be greatly valued.
Responsibilities
Our engineers are openテδづつ minded, self motivated, curious and like solving hard problems. We have the opportunity to work on some exciting new projects and are looking for developers that can compliment as well as challenge our existing skill sets. We understand that not every problem can be solved with the same tools, so we are eager to see what you can bring to the table.
We work in a casual environment with flexible schedules and understand that there is life outside of work. We provide a great benefit package including ample PTO, medical/dental insurance, 401k matching, home internet and phone reimbursement if required for your position.
Qualifications
Required qualifications:
Two years of mobile app development experience.
Ability to develop against remote API endpoints.
Proficiency with test driven development
Git version control
Experience with Linux and/or Mac OS X
Beneficial skills:
Mysql, Perl, Java, Ruby, Rails, Redis
Javascript web development, CSS
Experience in the payment industry or with PCI regulations.
Statistical computing and data analysis
Qualified applicants can either send their resumes in doc or pdf format to resume@itransact.com or fax them to 801テδづつ 951テδづつ 8219.

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