DataSync is looking for Mobile Software Developers who want to
support established software development teams at various Federal
customer sites located in the Northern Virginia area.
Be a part of an award-winning,
employee friendly company in Northern VA and have the
satisfaction of helping keep America safe. DataSync Technologies,
Inc is a veteran owned small business providing consulting
excellence and real time solutions for customers with complex
information technology needs within Intelligence Community. Our
cleared consultants bring real world experience with a common sense
approach to their jobs whether they are creating complex analytic
dashboards, architecting new cloud technology infrastructures,
securing sensitive data or streamlining business processes for
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Ideally, Datasynch prefer someone who can write for both
platforms, however, we will consider Android-only or iOS only
developers for this role. Qualified candidates will have worked
with mobile app development to include designing apps and
implementing features and functionality for Android and/or iOS
devices to include eReaders and other tablets. Candidates will be
involved in all aspects of the software development lifecycle:
assisting with architecture, design and development, user
experience, documentation, unit testing, debugging, delivery and
On the job experience with the major mobile platforms (iOS,
Android, Linux, etc.)
Experience with building iOS and Android apps
Minimum 3 years relevant work experience as a Mobile Developer
defining, designing, testing and deploying solutions
3+ years of experience in software design and development
Familiar with debugging and decompiling
Extremely knowledgeable about the trends, best practices, and
technology in mobile coding
Ability to modify or create tools as needed
One or more successful deployed iOS or Android applications
Skilled in UX/UI Design
Experience with Agile
What makes DataSync Technologies different?
Leadership Training: We provide employees with a variety
of learning opportunities, including access to exclusive classes,
professional growth training and more.
Feedback & Mentoring: We believe in talking—often. So we
have one-on-one feedback sessions for every employee.
Community Service: We believe in helping the community
where we work. DataSync and its employees donate time and services
on a regular basis to local military charities. We believe in
helping, both inside and outside of the office.
Social Events: We plan social events on a regular basis to
help our employees relax and socialize so we get to know one
another outside of our job titles.
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