Reflexions is a growing company of creative innovators that develops web and mobile solutions for clients in a variety of industries including professional services, media/entertainment, financial services, retail e-commerce, and non-profit/cultural institutions. We are an equal opportunity employer (M/F/D/V).
Our office is a casual, fast-paced environment and we offer competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits including health/dental/vision coverage, generous paid time off, and a 401(k) retirement plan. We are currently seeking candidates for the positions listed below.
Are you a developer with your finger on the latest technologies and frameworks? Are you overly particular about code quality and presentation? Does coding without testing make you cry a little?
What we're looking for:
What you'll be doing:
The successful candidate will have a fantastic opportunity to grow their skills and responsibilities with the company.
Does this sound like you? Get in touch!
Reflexions is seeking applicants for a full-time Developer position. Candidates should have experience with mobile and/or web technologies including Swift v1/v2, Objective C, and/or the LAMP stack, including object-oriented development methodologies, and MVC-style development frameworks. Knowledge of SQL-based database engines such as MySQL or PostGREsql is required, including query optimization and database normalization principles.
A bachelors degree in computer science or a related field is preferred but not required.
You will play a key role in helping to architect, design, and build high performance mobile and web applications using the latest development tools.
Reflexions offers paid internship opportunities for college students and recent graduates at our New York City and White Plains, NY locations. Tasks include hands-on mobile and web development, digital strategy, quality assurance (QA) testing, and general office work.
This is a unique opportunity for individuals looking to get a foot in the door within the mobile and web development industry or earn academic field work credit.