Careers @ Ten Forward
We're always looking to add good people to our company, and we traditionally hire people instead of roles. We have a history of hiring great people and changing the company to make us all more productive with the new team member.
Perks of Working with Ten Forward
- Market salary
- Health insurance
- 401k, company match
- Paid holidays
- Vacation days
- Friendly, relaxed work environment
- Upward mobility (seriously, we're looking for future leaders)
- Working with awesome people
If you love software (or hate it but want to work with it for the rest of your life anyway) you shouldn't ever hesitate to get in touch, even if there's not a listing that fits on this page.
That being said, we're currently actively seeking people to help fill the following roles:
You will develop native iOS Code (mostly swift but occasionally some Objective-c) for a wide range of client apps. This is a full-time position (approximately 40 hours/week) and while we do frequently telecommute after big snowstorms (and nobody seems to show up on Thursdays), most of the time you'll work out of our office space on Madison's west side that we share with the wonderful folks at Madworks Coworking
- You have at least 1 year of experience with both Objective C and Swift, and at 3 years of experience total developing for iOS in any language.
- You are based in or willing to relocate to the greater Madison area.
- You’re comfortable using and contributing to open source software, andyou think it’s awesome that people give away code that’s so incredibly useful.
- You pay attention to details, and rarely need to be told anything twice. You love learning new things but you don't automatically assume new == better.
- You can clearly communicate what you're thinking, and you're not afraid to speak your mind.
- You're motivated to create the best software you can, and irritated when forced to use software you know you could fix if you could only get under the hood.
Sounds great, what now?
Email email@example.com and include a short cover note, a résumé or CV, salary requirements, and some links to your portfolio/github/arduino project/band's last performace/cat/dog/anything else you're proud to show off. We believe the only way to really evaluate a programmer is to look at code, and you will write code during your interview (on a computer, not on a whiteboard).
Maybe you've been programming in a cubicle since you graduated a few years ago and are wondering if there are better ways to spend your time. Or perhaps you never went to college, but you just love writing code so much that you taught yourself how, and you want to keep your career going. Get in touch today and you can help us continue to write great software at Ten Forward Consulting.