Senior Android Developer, Melbourne, Arq Group

Published 2023-01-24
Expires 2023-02-24
ID #1360605519
125 AU$
Senior Android Developer, Melbourne, Arq Group
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published January 24, 2023

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior android developer
Min. Salary: 100000000
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Arq Group is the dynamic space for smart thinkers. We create unforgettable experiences, solve complex challenges, and provide seamless, end-to-end solutions for businesses, big and small…. from design thinking to customer solutions, leading mobile, cloud and analytical insights, digital marketing, to web design. We are Australia’s leading digital partner, powering the growth of businesses, big and small.

ARQ Group enables new opportunities, delivering innovative solutions with passion and purpose to help our customers solve real-world problems (both big and small). 

We are an award-winning tech consultancy delivering advisory, design and experience, engineering including mobile, emerging technology, data science, cloud, and managed services; making ARQ Australia’s only end-to-end digital services partner for everything you need in-house, under one roof.

Proudly Australian owned with a 26-year heritage of technological innovation, ARQ bring ideas to life for some of Australia’s largest companies and most-loved household brands with over half of Australia’s top 20 ASX companies and Government trusting ARQ to develop their digital solutions 

Our people are our passion, and we have a reputation for only hiring the best out there! Sound like YOU? 

What you’ll do:
Work on large scale enterprise projects 
Develop apps used by millions of consumers 
Contribute to projects in a variety of industries such as: banking, telco, ecommerce, transport, among many others 
Work in an agile team who focus on software engineering best practices 
What you’ll be familiar with
Object-oriented programming & functional programming 
Dependency Injection (Dagger 2 or Hilt) 
Reactive programming (Flow) 
Accessibility frameworks (Android voice over/Font size) 
Unit Testing and End-to-end Testing
What’s in it for you?
Competitive salaries comparable to industry standards 
Opportunities to change projects and get entirely new experiences 
Fully hybrid work from home / work from office 
True work life balance 
Highly active social clubs and regular weekly social events and activities 
Counselling and support sessions 
Board game nights 
Team lunches 
Make an impact, not just a living.  
At ARQ we build innovative solutions with passion and purpose. That means you’ll be contributing to projects impacting the lives of Australians from real time tracking of bushfires to coronavirus detection in our public water supply. 

So, if waking up each day and working on projects with a positive impact and purpose appeals to you, consider joining ARQ to make your mark. 

Born locally, built globally. 

Join the hometown advantage where investing and up-skilling local talent and supporting local economies is a core value, not a tag line.When you're in between projects we enable people to get their hands on the latest tech and make impactful contribution to organisations around Australia. 

So, who are we? 

ARQ is Australia's only full-service digital consultancy with a who’s-who of clientele from start-ups, not-for-profits and Australia's biggest banks, airlines, and government departments. We were here at the advent of the internet and have continued to evolve at the speed of technology. As finalists in AFRs Best Places to Work 2020 and with two ARN Women in ICT Finalists, we not only support diversity – we thrive on it. You’ll be part of a professional team that’s all about diversity, equality, teamwork, and mutual support. 

Humble when you’re hot? 

62 design awards, 572 technical certifications, and 17 certified partnerships means ARQ is your multi award-winning technology and innovation think tank helping Australian businesses shape the future.

So, if you can dream it, we can build it.

If it can be imagined, it can be designed, developed, and created.

But it all starts with a vision - your vision - so join us, and together we promise to build a better tomorrow. Apply now! 

At ARQ we believe a diverse workforce supported by an inclusive culture is central to our success and we actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity of thought to our business. We support candidate requests for adjustment to accommodate an illness, injury, or disability to equitably participate in the selection process. 

At Arq you’ll find a true work-life balance. You’ll be part of a sincere team that’s all about diversity, equality, teamwork and mutual support. Sound like the place for you? Then tell us why you’re the one for us.

At Arq we believe a diverse workforce supported by an inclusive culture is central to our success and we actively encourage applications from those who bring diversity of thought to our business. We support candidate requests for adjustment to accommodate an illness, injury or disability to equitably participate in the selection process.

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