No algorithm tells mayors the most optimized allocation of city budgets, no tool tells the ministry how to optimize medicine supply chains based on disease outbreak data, and no data set tells us whether girl toilets in schools are functional or not. Our decision-making platform is used by over 150 organizations in 18 countries – by mayors to decide budget allocations, by philanthropic organizations to decide strategic investments, by governments to decide sanitation interventions, and by nonprofits to decide on disaster relief measures. (Read more about the problems we're trying to solve here: http://bit.ly/1NZbf63)
As an Android/IoT Engineer, your primary function is to usher data into SocialCops. You will build applications and deploy devices which will help collect primary data from around the world. Your projects will run on cheap hardware and must 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 Backend teams to build projects that perform excellently, work with low-cost hardware, and are wonderful to look at as well as use. You guide your team in making key decisions about your technology stack, architecture, networking, and security issues.
The ideal Android/IoT engineer understands what it takes to make more with less. They don't rest until their features work flawlessly on every supported device. They fail fast, learn faster, and execute almost instantly. They succeed where most would not even make the attempt.
Read more about our Android stack and the kind of work that you will do at SocialCops: http://blog.socialcops.org/engineering/android-development-guide-rural-world
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