Job - Analyst Programmer (Mobile Development) (5-day work & 13 months salary), Alliance Computer Systems Ltd
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Alliance Computer Systems Ltd

Our company is expanding and looking for high caliber candidates to join us:

Analyst Programmer (Mobile Development) (5-day work & 13 months salary)

Job Ref.CT3106473-01#0010

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for mobile app development (Android and iOS), testing, maintenance and documentation
  • Support other team members by carrying out program-related duties

Skills and Qualifications

  • Degree/Higher Diploma in Computer Science/Multimedia or related disciplines
  • Strong programming knowledge in Swift, Objective-C and/or Java
  • Experience in international game development is preferred
  • Experience in React Native is a plus
  • Excellent coding skills and able to adapt new technologies very quickly
  • Independent, responsible, good team player and having good problem solving skill 
  • Strong communication and analytical skills
  • Applicant with less experience will also be considered 

Benefits:

  • 5-day work week
  • 13 months salary
  • Discretionary bonus
  • Overtime pay
  • Annual leave
  • Medical coverage
  • Education allowance 

Please send your full resume with date of availability, present and expected salary by email to hr@alliance.hk. Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purpose only.

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