At numo, we incubate new “fintech” companies. Our flagship
product, indi, is growing rapidly, and we are seeking a senior
mobile engineers to join our development team.
Here’s what you’ll be working on:
indi is one of a kind digital banking product targeted at
self-employed customers who are part of the rapidly growing
gig-economy space. We are building a product to address the
challenges faced by these customers in a unique way.
Be a significant contributor to the development team that is
creating the indi mobile app for iOS and Android, written in
Collaborate with product and design teams to deliver a flawless
experience to our users and realize our product vision.
Design and implement backend APIs consumed by the mobile
Create software that is robust, testable, and easy to
We are looking for:
At least 5 years of real-world experience building iOS and
Expertise in Kotlin, Swift/Objective-C or Flutter
Experience managing a secure release and deployment process for
the App Store and Google Play.
Passion for learning new technologies and sharing your knowledge
and experience with other developers. We will train talented
Desire to build and be part of a fun, high-functioning team.
A computer science degree is desired but can be substituted with
significant real-world experience.
Remote candidates are welcome.
What numo offers
Opportunity to own equity directly in products incubated by
Opportunity to work on cool new technology
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