iBUILD | Mobile full-stack engineer | Full-Time | Austin, TX | ONSITE

iBUILD (https://ibuild.global) stimulates housing construction capacity to meet the pent-up global demand for affordable housing. An accessible, formal housing supply is simply non-existent for the majority of the world, leaving over 330 million households without adequate shelter. The iBUILD platform offers an elegant FinTech solution that empowers an untapped workforce to transact in a secure, transparent environment, with customers, lenders, architects and suppliers linked together in a powerful hybrid value chain. iBUILD formalizes and demystifies the construction process so that large scale developers and financial institutions, as well as the informal masses, are all able to track and manage their resources through an end-to-end solution for housing construction, transforming an unorganized marketplace into a vibrant transparent ecosystem.

We are a funded, rapidly-growing FinTech startup. Our engineering team is in Silicon Valley, CA; Austin, TX; and Nairobi, Kenya.

We are looking for a key early hire: a full-stack mobile engineer to work on our mobile and web clients. While the focus of this role is front-end (mobile and web) we are looking for someone who enjoys taking a systems perspective. You enjoy thinking not just about the component you are primarily responsible for but about the entire system. You would expect to have the entire system running on your laptop, and to be sufficiently proficient in backend technologies and databases to understand how the whole system fits together. You understand that optimizing individual components in isolation is not a good use of your time. We are not beholden to specific technologies: we are interested in people with experience in web technologies, HTML5-based mobile apps, Cordova/Ionic apps, iOS, and Android apps.

Email: simon.handley@ibuild.global

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