React Native Developer (E.T) #175

  • Front-end
  • Full Time
  • Mobile
  • Remote
  • This position has been filled


React Native, Mobile, GraphQL

About the company:

We’re a multidisciplinary development studio with design and product at the core of our philosophy. Our emphasis is on creating products rather than just completing projects. Our approach involves vision, ideation, prototyping, design, development, customer care, and everything in between. We delve deep into each aspect, iterate, learn, and continually adapt and evolve.

Throughout our journey, we’ve successfully crafted medical applications, e-commerce sites, games, VR applications, iPhone apps, business websites, intranets, and corporate identity systems. Some of our products have stood the test of time, thriving even 10+ years later.

As a remote-only company, we made the transition to remote work over 15 years ago, long before it became a trend. We consider ourselves remote-native, with a small but diverse team spanning 4 continents and 10+ countries, bringing varied backgrounds and cultures into our collaborative environment.

Our work culture is centered around asynchronous and text-based communication, making effective communication skills crucial. We value flexibility in schedules, although we aim to maintain at least 4 hours of overlap between team members and their core teams.


The Job:

We’re looking for a React Native developer with strong skills and proven experience in native development to help us grow and evolve our native applications.

You would be working in two existing native applications we’re building. Both are related to the same product in the healthcare space. Both apps are a long-term focus of hours with complex and long roadmaps.

You would be working directly with the other native developers, the backend developers when dealing with API consumption and the designers on anything related to our UI. You would start small and grow to larger tasks as you get more comfortable with the existing code-base.

You would be working with the other developers to cross-check all of your work and ensure quality of deliveries.

You would be working with an all-remote team that’s used to getting work done through text-based channels (backlogs, wikis, and Slack conversations). Great text- based asynchronous communication is key to this position


  • Proven solid past experience with native development, especially React Native
  • Understanding of modern mobile UI/UX concepts
  • Experience working on the full cycle of native application development (architecture, documentation, maintenance, publishing, etc.)
  • Experience and understanding of the App Store and Play Store publishing flows
  • Experience with messaging, audio, and video calls on mobile applications
  • Experience with GraphQL APIs


  • 2 months maternity leave/1 month paternity leave
  • Flexible vacations
  • Paid sick leave


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