Roomie Remote, Inc. is a Silicon Valley startup founded in 2010 to create high-quality, easy to use home theater control and home automation software. Based in Los Altos, California, the heart of Silicon Valley in between the offices of Facebook and Google, Roomie Remote’s mission is to integrate home theater and home automation with the power of today’s platforms via next generation functionality and user interface.
Roomie Remote believes that easy to use, integrated software is the key to the next generation of home theater control and automation. Interoperating with many hardware vendors is crucial to advancing the industry to the next level. For business inquiries, please contact us at email@example.com.
In 2012, the original Cyphersoft, LLC company name was changed to Roomie Remote, LLC. In 2013, Roomie Remote incorporated and is now Roomie Remote, Inc.
For more about the origins of Roomie Remote and our philosophy, read our founder’s Origins of Roomie Remote blog.
Mobile Software Engineer
Join the effort to create an Android version of our market leading Roomie Remote app for iOS! Join a profitable, fast growing startup in the early stages. Location for this position is flexible. We will consider remote employees. This is a full-time position. Candidates should be broadly skilled in mobile software development though initial efforts will be primarily focused on Android.
• BS or MS in Computer Science
• Fluency in Java
• Experience developing apps for Android
• Familiarity with Objective C (iOS)
• At least 3-5 years experience with some combination of the above 3 items
• Passion for home theater and home automation
To submit your resumé for this position, please email resumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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