Senior iOS Developer
SENIOR iOS ENGINEER Sugar Inc, the leader in online media for women and recently named to the "10 San Francisco Tech Companies You Wish You Worked For" by WIRED (http://www.wired.com/business/2012/10/best-san-francisco-tech-companies?pid=731), is looking for an iOS developer to contribute to our line of iPhone/iPad apps: ShopStyle and PopSugar Mobile. If you have a passion for great mobile user experiences and building world-class apps for an audience of millions, join us at Sugar. We're committed to the best possible iPhone and iPad experiences for social shopping, media content and community, and we're just getting started. You'll be part of a small engineering team working in a fast-moving startup environment. Responsibilities: * Build and own the UI and application logic of our apps, using Objective-C and the iOS SDK. * Engage in product design and review with team members, marketing, and partners. * Participate in product definition with other groups in the company and partners. Requirements: * BS or MS in Computer Science or equivalent. * Minimum 2 years experience with the iOS SDK or writing Cocoa applications, including extensive UI programming. Mastery of core areas of iOS programming such as networking and asynchronous programming. * Strong skills in designing innovative UI solutions. * Minimum 5 years experience in commercial application programming. * Experience with client-server application architectures. Ideally you also have experience with one or more of: * Application performance tuning. * Java or PHP web applications. * AJAX technologies. Sugar Inc.'s mission is to entertain and delight its audience by producing insanely addictive content, unmatched shopping experiences and a robust social community. Sugar Inc. is a profitable and leading women's media company with a growing global audience ranked in the top 100 visited networks by Quantcast, spanning original content and e-commerce with a portfolio of brands including PopSugar, ShopStyle, and PopSugar City. Sugar has over 200 employees with operations in the U.S., Europe, Japan, and Australia. Sugar is privately held and backed by Sequoia Capital and Institutional Venture Partners (IVP).