“High End Luxury Automobile Company” Seeks Android Developers and QA Testers
Consider this post part job opportunity, part speculation.Â We received an email just a short while ago from someone representing a “high end luxury automobile company in Palo Alto” looking for Android developers and Java experience.Â We immediately went to Wikipedia to hunt down which auto-maker this might be and found one likely candidate sitting there – BMW.
Now, we weren’t able to confirm which company it was, but we imagine if there was anyone else to even consider, it would have been on the list.Â Either way, it’s a great opportunity, regardless of company!Â So, about that job listing…
My client is a high end luxury automobile company in Palo Alto and this position is within their R&D group. They are looking to pay up to $35 per hour. Please let me know if you or anyone you know may be interested. Feel free to contact me at 408-367-6782 or email me directly at [email protected].
They are looking for candidate with 0-2 years of experience who have experience with Java. They would love to have someone who uses Android on their own time but if they only get Java then they are fine with that. They would also love to see someone who may have J-unit test and/or frameworks experience.
There you have it!Â If you fit the bill, you’re advised to contact Mr. Muneet Grewal at Aerotek.Â Not that he’s necessarily asking for it, but I’d recommend having a resume handy!
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