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Aptive Education is a Global EdTech COMMUNITY of curious, bright, and innovative content creators and global mentors. We offer a digital safe-space where learners can develop and share their talents with their global community, anytime and anywhere. We believe in developing intellectual curiosity through discovery, discourse and creation.
Our platform allows students to engage in peer-to-peer learning with the goal of becoming a Global Mentor while achieving academic and soft-skill focused learning goals. In addition, Aptive provides guidance and resources for scholars preparing for study abroad. Our services range from admissions consulting, online & offline tutoring, and access to an exclusive network of global educators and mentors.
Aptive is currently seeking an experienced Android Developer.
You will be working remotely to build the Android application for our K-6 platform, BeAptive.
Aptive provides unique incentives which include:
- Work from anywhere in the world!
- Growth opportunities in an ever-expansive industry
- Opportunities to pursue a career path in EdTech
- The opportunity to interface with the next generation of influencers; to learn from and with them, and to develop a more global and growth mindset
Roles and Responsibilities
- A minimum 4-year Bachelor’s Degree related to mobile development
- 3+ years of experience as a software engineer/mobile developer
- Mastery in developing mobile application for Android using Kotlin
- Expert in building reusable code and libraries for scalability
- Proficient with agile development software
- Excellent verbal and written communication in English and/or Korean
Required Skills and Experience
- Ability to take ownership and accountability of your project
- Ability to complete work and tasks according to set timelines
- A love for the ability to problem-solve
- Developers need to be available at a minimum of 30 hours per week
- $2,500 - $3,500 a month
- Negotiable depending on experience
For inquiries, please send a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org