Senior Software Engineer - iOS

New York




Role Location

  • New York


501+ people


8 Clarkson St
New York, NY, 10014, US

Tech Stack

  • Javascript
  • React
  • ES6
  • Java8
  • MongoDB
  • PostgreSQL
  • Python
  • Java
  • C++
  • Kubernetes
  • React Native
  • Android
  • MongoDB

Role Description

Squarespace is looking for a Senior Software Engineer - iOS to join our small, collaborative team responsible for the end-to-end development of our iOS applications and the long-term vision of Squarespace on mobile devices. You will report to our Engineering Manager in New York City.


Prototype new app and feature ideas and explore new technologies that are at the forefront of mobile technology Design and implement new features, create UI, debugging, data modeling Collaborate across departments with team members representing product, design, web development, and server-side engineering Maintain apps, listen to community and fix issues that arise Mentor software engineers at varying levels of experience QUALIFICATIONS

Expertise in Git, Objective-C, Swift and Cocoa Knowledge of interactive application development paradigms, memory management, network programming, and concurrency 3+ years of experience with ReactiveCocoa and MVVM a plus Have published one or more well-regarded applications in the Apple app store Well-versed in client/server architectures Passionate about end-to-end user experience design Knowledge of iOS SDK performance tools and optimization techniques Experience mentoring other engineers, and the desire to lead

About Squarespace

We help people with creative ideas succeed. We do this by providing our users with all the tools they need: a website builder, blogging platform, and hosting service — all of which blends elegant design and sophisticated engineering.

Company Culture

While Squarespace is widely recognized as a leader in the design space, many tend to overlook the incredibly strong engineering culture that supports our sophisticated platform. One of our core values is “design is not a luxury”, and this applies not only to the beautiful templates and layouts Squarespace users interact with every day, but also to the design of the software we build. We also encourage peer mentorships through various channels like forums where frontend and/or backend engineers gather to discuss standards we want to adopt or present to the group results of their research. A couple of times a year we organize hackweeks during which engineers and designers work on projects they define themselves and present back to the group at the end of the week.

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