Senior Android Software Engineer
This is Adyen
Adyen is the payments platform of choice for the world's leading companies, delivering frictionless payments across online, mobile, and in-store channels. Our team members are motivated individuals from different cultures that help each other do remarkable things every day and across time zones. We face unique technical challenges at scale and we solve those as a team. And together, we deliver innovative and ethical solutions that transform the way the world pays.
We took an unobvious approach to starting a payments company, building a platform from scratch. Now, Adyen serves the world's brightest companies like Ebay, Etsy, Uber, Netflix, GoFundMe and Spotify.
Adyen is looking for full-time Android Software Engineers to help our customers embed financial products into their own apps. You'll be working in a collaborative and motivated team with a lot of room to start new initiatives and take ownership. Besides having an open and entrepreneurial mindset, we expect you to be experienced in Android development, both from an implementation and architectural point of view. Join us on the journey of enabling our customers to provide financial services to their users.
Building embedded finance solutions
Our embedded financial products suite consists of Accounts, Capital and Issuing. For these products we want to provide SDKs that cover a wide range of features. From PIN management, Google Pay push provisioning and 3D Secure 2.0 decoupled authentication for Issuing, to a strong customer authentication SDK for open banking integrations. You will be building SDKs and demo applications that enable fast integration of these products, using the latest technologies such as Kotlin, Hilt, Flow and Compose.
Within the Checkout team, we focus on providing integrations to help our merchants accept payments on their website and in their app. In your role, you will be involved in projects related to the development and maintenance of such payment acceptance SDKs. Your focus will be on front-end technologies, but we also expect you to be familiar with backend technologies, when required to complete end-to-end functionality. We expect you to have advanced knowledge of the Android platform and to be confident in discussions with the current team on architecture, security and workflow.
Who you are
- A motivated, enthusiastic team player
- Able to provide reliable and clearly understandable code
- Willing to learn and improve
- Flexible, open to new ideas
- Proactive, can bring great ideas to improve the solution
- A minimum of 5 years of experience in Android development
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
- Knowledge of encryption methodologies
Nice to have:
- Experience with building libraries used by other developers
- Knowledge about security best practices and standards.
- Hilt, Coroutines and Flow
Our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion commitments
Our unique approach is a product of our diverse perspectives. This diversity of backgrounds and cultures is essential in helping us maintain our momentum. Our business and technical challenges are unique, and we need as many different voices as possible to join us in solving them - voices like yours. No matter who you are or where you’re from, we welcome you to be your true self at Adyen.
Studies show that women and members of underrepresented communities apply for jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. Does this sound like you? If so, Adyen encourages you to reconsider and apply. We look forward to your application!
Ensuring a smooth and enjoyable candidate experience is critical for us. We aim to get back to you regarding your application within 5 business days. Our interview process tends to take about 4 weeks to complete, but may fluctuate depending on the role. Learn more about our hiring process here. Don’t be afraid to let us know if you need more flexibility.
Please note that this role is a full-time position in Amsterdam. It will require a relocation in case you live outside of the Netherlands.
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