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Android Developer

Engineering | Redwood City, CA | Full Time

Job Description

About Us:

Led by former Salesforce and Siebel executive Chuck Ganapathi, Tact is on a mission to make enterprise software more human-friendly. Tact is the world’s first mobile sales productivity suite. It combines Salesforce and everyday sales tools into one app that works offline.  Tact’s device-native, conversational platform is used by Fortune 500 companies to transform the daily sales experience in the field and maximize the value of their CRM investment.

Responsibilities:

We’re looking for an experienced Android Engineer/Developer to make an immediate impact on our product team. We are a well funded, early stage startup with a world class product and team and a growing customer base.   Some of your main responsibilities include:

  • Operating in small cross-functional project teams
  • Participating in client architecture design

  • Proposing and evaluating software tools and libraries

  • Continuously improve our development process

Requirements:

  • Proficiency with Android native UI development

  • Proficiency with Java

  • Working knowledge of Android and Java open source libraries

  • Ability to write well architected, maintainable and testable code

  • Excellent knowledge of data structures and algorithms

  • Minimum of 3 years of experience developing for the Android platform

Bonus Points:

  • Android security and memory optimization

  • Sqlite or other relational database

  • Kotlin

  • Salesforce

  • Git

  • Start-up experience

Perks:

  • Competitive salary

  • Stock options

  • 401k

  • Premium medical, dental and vision plans for you and your dependents - majority are 100% Company paid!!

  • Flexible work hours

  • Subsidized lunch

  • Ping pong

  • Yoga classes

  • Regular team events

  • Stocked kitchen with endless espresso and chocolates