Android Engineer

HomeSpotter Overview

HomeSpotter is focused on making the process of buying and selling homes fun and productive for real estate professionals, buyers and sellers.

Boost by HomeSpotter, HomeSpotter's digital marketing automation product, is resonating well with the industry, and is gaining significant, fast, sales traction.

HomeSpotter combines the best aspects of a startup culture with those of being an established company. HomeSpotter's employees move quickly and with great autonomy and value a fun work environment. HomeSpotter was founded in 2009, has a long list of established real estate industry partners across North America, is venture backed, well funded, cash flow positive, and growing quickly.

You…

  • want to be part of a successful startup and enjoy a fast pace style of working
  • find yourself thinking about ways technology can fix “old school” problems
  • like to try new things, take risks and try again when you fail
  • take pride in your attention to detail

We are looking for mid a level developer.
Or, if you are a junior-level developer determined to operate at a high level we want to chat with you too.

Experience is not based on a long list of skill sets needed… you already know if you can and want to do this. We are looking for how you fit in our team.

You…

  • are an experienced developer
  • may have an app in the Google Play Store
  • are a persistent and tenacious problem solver
  • are an Android Developer but like to dabble in other technologies

You can send us a resume but we are more interested in links to apps you have developed, any GitHub or Bitbucket repositories you might have, or other examples of your work, etc.

Finding talented engineers like you is an ongoing endeavor so if you are not available now, let’s have a conversation anyway.

More about HomeSpotter…

HomeSpotter delivers the best mobile search experience for phones and tablets to more than 275,000 agents throughout the U.S. and Canada. HomeSpotter believes technology should make the real estate experience easier, better, and more efficient for consumers and their agents, and believes it can be done in a way that benefits the broker and MLS, too.

Founded in 2009 by Aaron Kardell, HomeSpotter's business model has evolved from a single product company developing beautiful, tailored mobile applications (under the name Mobile Realty Apps) for real estate companies to providing a complete SaaS platform that equips agents with the best tools to manage their entire sales funnel, including digital marketing automation. HomeSpotter's new product, called Boost by HomeSpotter, is resonating well with the industry, and is gaining significant, fast, sales traction.

HomeSpotter's collaborative offices are located in the Minneapolis Grain Exchange in downtown Minneapolis.