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We are currently in process of recruiting for development projects that we have secured for the iOS, Mac and RIM platform. We are also looking for developers who can work on the Andriod platform. These projects will involve high level of planning and team work. Projects will undergo an entire project life cycle and hence will help developers understand the finer definitions of software development.

We are looking for talented Developers to work within a dynamic team aimed with creating an unmatched customer experience. This new and challenging role offers great career prospects and an opportunity for a developer to flourish and show off their technical, design and development skills.

1) iPhone/iPad/iPod Developer

The ideal candidate should be confident delivering in an agile environment. Versatility is key as projects and programmes are continually changing.

As an iPhone Developer you will work within the dynamic development team focused on designing and developing iPhone applications. You will participate and/or lead teams from project inception to production implication.

Essential Skills:

# Experience of iPhone development, Objective-C and Xcode, Cocoa and MacOs
# Formal development methodologies, such as Agile and XP.
# Unix Fluency

Advantageous skills:

# Experience with Web Service Integration, such as SOAP and XML
# Android, RIM
# J2SE, J2EE, UML and OO
# JSP, Servlets, JDBC, Spring, Hibernate, Eclipse, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, HTML5, Weblogic 9.2 and Oracle 10g

How to apply

# To apply, please send an email at careers@gadgetministry.com Use the subject line “iPhone Developer” when applying

2) Mac Application Developer

The ideal candidate should be confident delivering in an agile environment. Versatility is key as projects and programmes are continually changing.

As a Mac Developer you will work within the dynamic development team focused on designing and developing Mac applications. This applicaiton will then be ported on all mobile platforms.  You will participate and/or lead teams from project inception to production implication.

Essential Skills:

What you need for this position:
#  Bachelor*s degree or higher – Computer Science or equivalent field.
# Must have a strong background in GUI development
# 1+ years of experience with OS X frameworks.
# Must have experience developing end-user SW for OSX using Cocoa.
# MacOS Development experience in Objective-C or similar language.
# Ability to work in a rapid release product environment.

Advantageous skills:

# Experience with Web Service Integration, such as SOAP and XML
# C++ experience is a plus
# HTML, CSS, HTML5, Weblogic 9.2 and Oracle 10g

How to apply

# To apply, please send an email at careers@gadgetministry.com Use the subject line “Mac Developer” when applying

3) Web Developer

The ideal candidate should be confident delivering in an agile environment. Versatility is key as projects and programmes are continually changing.

As an Web Developer you will work within the dynamic development team focused on delivering web solutions for a B2B, B2C landscape. You will also be working on internal developmet and maintenance projects. You will participate designing and enhancement of solution.

Essential Skills:

# Web Application Development- experience with the following PHP, Perl, Javascript, CSS (cross browser), MySQL
# MUST have high traffic, retail eCommerce experience.
# Experience in a Unix/Linux Shop
# Heavy Object Oriented Design/Development

Advantageous skills:

# Web Application Development in Core Java or J2EE
# ASP.NET, C# and SQL
# Web Services, Single Sign on, Enterprise applications, B2B
#  Client side Scripting, DHTML, AJAX, JSON. ExtJS a big plus

How to apply

# To apply, please send an email at careers@gadgetministry.com Use the subject line “Web Developer” when applying

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