is a SaaS mobile-based data collection platform built for the next billion. It works completely offline, with UI/UX designed for first-time smartphone users. In 2017, Collect was used by organizations in 31 countries around the world, recording 6 million surveys and taking over 13.5 million photos.
Collect is used by partners for a variety of use cases, including logistics tracking, surveys, market research, customer satisfaction assessments, and monitoring & evaluation. Our partners have recorded data about health facilities, crop sales, waste management, education quality, off-grid refrigeration, hostels, sanitation, and climate change.
The Collect Team operates as an independent business unit, with plans to scale globally within the next 3 years. Collect was selected to be part of the Google Launchpad Accelerator in San Francisco in 2018.
As an Android Engineering Intern, your primary function is to engineer Collect. Your projects will run on cheap hardware and be usable by people who may have never used a smartphone before — all of this while never compromising on exciting features or UI/UX.
You will work closely with the Design and Back-End Teams to build features that perform excellently and are wonderful to look at as well as use. You work with the team in making key decisions with respect to technology stack, architecture, networking, and security issues.
The ideal Android Engineering Intern understands what it takes to make more with less. They don't rest until the feature being built works flawlessly on every supported device. They fail fast, learn faster, and execute almost instantly. They succeed where most would not even make the attempt.
Technology Stack: Java, Android SDK, Kotlin, ReactiveX, Realm
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SocialCops is a data intelligence company that is empowering leaders in organizations globally including the United Nations & Unilever. Our platform powers over 150 organizations across 31 countries. As a pioneering tech startup, SocialCops was recognized in the list of Technology Pioneers 2018 by World Economic Forum and by the New York Times in the list of 30 global visionaries. We were also part of the Google Launchpad Accelerator 2018. Aasaan jobs named SocialCops as one of the best Indian startups to work for in 2018.