Bikemap is the leading digital platform for cycling maps and routes worldwide. Within just a few cycling seasons, more than 4M users have registered on Bikemap.net and together created over 6.5M unique cycling routes. We’re growing fast and are active in more than 100 countries, spanning a global route network of more than 500M kilometres. Our goal is to provide the best cycling apps in the world, crafting exciting new use cases for multiple platforms, fueling the personal mobility revolution.


As an iOS developer, you will:

  • Be part of a motivated software development team and write code for more than 4,000,000 users worldwide
  • Take responsibility and maintain, improve and ship the Bikemap iOS and WatchOS apps
  • Collaborate with our head of product, designers and other engineers to design, implement and ship exciting new features
  • Work on new projects / ideas to challenge yourself and others

As an iOS Developer, you bring experience with:

  • Swift
  • iOS, iPadOS & WatchOS
  • Core Data
  • Gitflow
  • Codables

Additional factors that we consider a big plus: 

  • SwiftUI
  • Mapbox
  • Fastlane, Jenkins

In general, we’re looking for someone with:

  • Excellent command of the Swift language, Xcode and Interface Builder
  • Commitment to standards & writing clean and maintainable code
  • Experience with maps and navigation is a plus
  • Good English skills

Why you should be an iOS Developer at Bikemap:

  • Bikemap’s code base is very modern: pure Swift code. There’s no legacy Objective-C code to maintain for you.
  • You will be part of a creative and extremely flexible working environment. If you’re hungry for new challenges, we should get to know you.
  • Each member of our dynamic team brings in new ideas and can influence the growth of our company. We’re committed to try out new things and to keep on learning. Our team spirit drives our motivation for constant progress. 
  • Our very nice office location in Vienna’s  beautiful 1st district, regular after-works, coffee of the highest quality and a safe spot to park your bike are just a few of the perks of joining Bikemap.  
  • You want to work remotely? No problem. It’s working very well for us: our international team members have taught us how to work in distributed teams and internalize the “remote-first” approach.
  • According to the collective agreement, our salary range starts at €40k / year (38,5h/week). Your actual offer depends on your skill set and experience.

 

Hooked? Well, then tell us more about you and your dev stories! Dazzle us with your CV, showcases, portfolio or whatever you’d like us to see. Please send everything (including the link to your Github Profile!) to join@bikemap.net.

We’re excited to hear from you!
Your Bikemap-Team