Four dream positions for Android developers!
Android developers in Krakow: Get ready to use your skills for two of the leading digital brands in Sweden!
Every week more than 2,5 million Swedes use the TV guide service TV.nu. Aftonbladet, on the other hand, is Sweden´s most popular news source with up to 3,5 million unique visitors daily. Both companies are now looking for skilled Android developers at Schibsted Tech Polska in Krakow.
But be warned: You must be a true team player to be considered! Both TV.nu and Aftonbladet are looking for developers who love to work with others!
In Schibsted Tech Polska the software engineers work in distributed teams together with colleagues in Norway or Sweden. Together they create innovative applications and other services for the leading media brands in Scandinavia.
Android developers needed:
TV.nu – Sweden´s largest TV guide
It started out as a guide to the traditional TV channels. Today TV.nu also includes content from the big streaming services like Netflix and HBO in its guide. In total, you find content from more than 200 sources in the app.
“We have a tech team of around 10 in Stockholm and 4 in Krakow, ” explains Daniel Hirvonen, CTO in TV.nu.
“Our team culture is very open. We engage all the software engineers in what we plan to develop, and everybody´s opinion is heard.”
“We also like to give the developers much freedom in choice of technology. Our decision process is fast – and in many ways, we still have a start-up culture, ” he says.
The Android is currently used by 700.000 – 800.000 people every week and is experiencing strong growth. Download the Android app here to check it out.
Here are the two positions we are recruiting for to this team:
- Lead Android developer To be in charge of the development of the TV.nu Android app.
- Android Developer With some years of experience.
Android developers needed:
Aftonbladet – hugely popular news source in Sweden
Aftonbladet in Stockholm is one of the most successful online news brands in the world. Every day Aftonbladet sees up to 3,5 million unique visitors, which is half of the adult Swedish population. It has received numerous international awards for its journalism and product development.
“We have a native first strategy – and are pushing for apps with a large number of downloads,” says software engineering manager Fabyanna Eriksson.
“Our team culture is agile and cross-functional. We work very closely together and have a sense of being a family!”
She adds: “People like each other and take care of their colleagues. Everyone works very hard – because they love what we do.”
Their plan is to have a native mobile development of both Android and iOS developers in Krakow that will work closely with colleagues in Stockholm. The Krakow developers will have many opportunities to travel to Stockholm for work.
We are looking for two Android developers to this team.