Looking for a full time Cocoa programmer

Gus, El Presidente at Flying Meat Inc., is looking for a full time Cocoa programmer to come work with him up in Everett, WA.

Here’s the details:

Do you love programming for the Mac and iPhone and think Objective-C is the bees’ knees?  Are you sick of your boring 9-5 job and wish you had more interesting problems to solve?  Would you like to join an indie Mac shop in the heart of downtown Everett, Washington?

Flying Meat ( http://flyingmeat.com/ ) is looking for a full time programmer to work on our award winning applications for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad.

The ideal employee has real world experience with Objective-C, programming with Xcode, a friendly attitude when talking to customers, and a penchant for figuring out tough problems.

Location:
– Downtown Everett, WA.

Responsibilities:
– Programming (fixing bugs, adding new features, etc) on our existing applications, and help bringing about new ones for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
– Assisting with 2nd level support.

Requirements:
– Experience with Objective-C and Xcode.
– Experience with Subversion or similar version control systems.
– Ability to work with at least a couple of scripting languages, such as Python, JavaScript, Ruby, Bash, Lua, JSTalk, etc.
– Experience shipping an iPhone, iPad, or Mac application.
– Highly professional, with the ability to multitask and deliver solid work on tight schedules.
– A sense of humor and an easy to get along with personality.

Experience that will help you stand out:
– Ability to work comfortably with Mac OS X graphic APIs such as Core Image and Quartz.
– Familiarity with network protocols.
– Ability to zip around in Terminal.app while blindfolded.
– You know the Mac HIG inside and out.

Benefits:
– Paid vacation.
– Profit sharing.
– Relaxed working environment.
– Retirement plan.

How to Apply:
Please send resume in plain text to gus@flyingmeat.com .  Make sure to point to projects you’ve worked on, and we would also love to see code you’ve written!

Published by heckj

Joe has broad software engineering development and management experience, from startups to large companies. Joe works on projects ranging from mobile to multi-cloud distributed systems, has set up and led engineering teams and processes, as well as managing and running services. Joe also contributes and collaborates with a wide variety of open source projects, and writes online at https://rhonabwy.com/.

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