Android Engineer

Ho Chi Minh - Engineering

We are seeking full-time Android Engineer to work on the be Android app. As a member of the mobile team, you will work on building features to provide a fun and seamless customer experience for the millions of people who are on be ecosystem every month.

You will work closely with the Product, UX/UI and Backend teams to design, build new products, platforms and features.
More senior engineers will act as a role model and mentor to more junior members.
Build re-usable Android software components for the Be platform.
Collaborate with QA on continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) as well as other automated and manual testing to make sure our app release cycles.
You will monitor the performance of the live apps and continuously improve them on both code and experience level.
Design, build and improve the mobile experiences for one of the world's fastest growing mobile app in ride-hailing, payments and logistics.
Provide technology leadership to the team and foster engineering excellence.
Communicate, collaborate and work effectively across cross functional teams in a global environment.
Identify and correct bottlenecks and fix bugs.
Help maintain code quality, organization and automatization.

Requirements

  • You are a computer science, software engineering, information technology graduate, or similar.
  • At least 3+ years of experience in Android development.
  • Experience with third-party libraries, APIs, web services and JSON, e.g Dagger 2, RxJava, Retrofit, GSON etc.
  • Should have an excellent understanding of Java - OOPS, Interface, Abstract class, Collection framework.
  • Must have a good understanding of Android basics like Manifest components, Activities, services, Intent, Fragment use, and lifecycle management.
  • Experience in profiling, Unit Testing and UI Test is preferred.
  • Understanding the MVC/MVP/MVVM design patterns.
  • You are quick on your feet, always aiming for quality and are a natural collaborator.
  • Familiarity with Scrum & Agile.
  • A “good to have” is experience in Flutter.