5 hottest mobile dev openings this week in Chicago

Sam Dewey

Chicago's startup scene is thriving. Lucky for you, that means there are a ton of open tech positions in Chicago. If you're a mobile developer in Chicago who's looking for greener pastures, we've got you covered. Here are some hot companies hiring for mobile developers that you need to check out this week. 

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Android Developer at Yello

Why it's cool: Yello has clients ranging in size from recognizable, globally-focused companies to startups just starting to land on their feet. What does that mean for you? Stability, mainly—but in a fast-paced environment where tomorrow's innovative solutions are already being developed today.

What you'd do: Main responsibilities include working with product managers to implement next-gen Yello products while also contributing to design and code reviews.

Who they're looking for: If you're a computer science or engineering degree-holding candidate with one or more years of industry experience, you should consider sending over your resume. You’ll also need excellent coding skills, expert knowledge in Java, and a can-do attitude to thrive at Yello.

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Mobile Applications Developer - Android at Brad’s Deals

Why it's cool: Bootstrapped since the beginning, Brad’s Deals has methodically and intentionally built its 65-strong team into somewhat of a powerhouse. That’s probably why it was named one of the 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.

What you'd do: They’re looking for someone to collaborate with a cross-functional team to build the optimal consumer experience for our users—and in doing so, shape the direction of their mobile product roadmap.

Who they're looking for: You'll need to have experience building and releasing apps to the Google Play Store. Throw in Android SDK and compatibility experience, and you’ve got a real shot.

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Mobile Application Developer at Solstice Mobile

Why it's cool: If company perks are your thing, you’ll definitely want to check Solstice out. They’ve got stellar traditional benefits that include health and wellness and a 401k plan and a catalogue of pretty awesome auxiliary perks, like a personal extra-curricular training budget, pre-tax options, summer hours, and an amazing office space.

What you'd do: You’d be building enterprise mobile web (HTML5, JS, CSS) and native iOS (Objective C), Android (Java) and Windows 8 (C#) mobile applications.

Who they're looking for: Solstice wants rockstars with bachelor's degrees in computer science or engineering who have experience developing apps in iOs or Android. Bonus points if you’ve got published apps in your back pocket.

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Software Engineer - Android at SpotHero

Why it's cool: SpotHero is speeding its way to the top of its vertical. In just the last year, they’ve reported an almost 400% growth. They’re already operating in 12 markets across the country and have helped over a million drivers find parking.

What you'd do: You’ll help develop, release, and maintain native Java apps, all the while supporting multiple Android devices and collaborating on software projects.

Who they're looking for: They want someone who is not only well versed in Android development, but someone who also has a strong understanding of good UX and isn’t afraid to get their hands dirty in backend code.

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Senior Mobile Designer at Reverb.com

Why it's cool: Let’s talk office culture: Reverb is run by employees who double as musicians, which means an impromptu office jam session after lunch is never out of the question. Oh, and we’ve heard they’ve got an awesome new office—probably with awesome acoustics.

What you'd do: As a mobile designer, you’ll be in charge of designing experiences that are unique to the mobile context and take advantage of the medium. They want you to push the boundaries of how mobile apps can make the Reverb experience better and more engaging.

Who they're looking for: If you've got at least four years of experience as designer and can demonstrate your fluency in mobile app and responsive design, you’re right on track. Reverb also needs you to be self-directed—with the ability to give and receive constructive criticism.

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