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Mid/Senior Android Developer
Future Mind

Mid/Senior Android Developer

Future Mind
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Future Mind

Future Mind

At Future Mind we shape the future by building impactful digital products. Take pride in your work, experience work-life integration, let us take you sailing on Masurian lakes, join our team of experts today!

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The Future Mind team is looking for a Mid/Senior Android Developer to join us in Warsaw, Tychy, Katowice, Poznań, or fully remotely.


Future Mind is a brilliant, inspiring team, one of the most awarded tech consulting companies in the region. We value proactive professionals who enjoy solving problems, sharing knowledge, and teamwork. Together we create high-quality solutions that fulfill the business needs of our clients and impact the lives of their customers every day. 


We have received several industry awards for delivering some of the best eCommerce applications in Poland, listed among the most popular apps in stores. Our expert engineers, designers, project managers, and analysts work on projects ranging from top m-commerce apps used daily by millions of customers, to IoT experiments.


If you are an experienced, reliable software engineer, ready to join a team of more than 40 mobile developers, lead project teams, and develop great software products for clients such as Żabka, HEBE, Superpharm, LPP (Sinsay, Reserved),, Dior, and many others, take part in our quick and remote hiring process. Let's talk!


This job is all about:

  • working in autonomous, agile teams on ambitious, end-to-end projects,
  • taking initiative and responsibility for the technical side of your projects,
  • delivering high-quality Android applications for outstanding local and global brands,
  • designing and establishing communication with server data sources,
  • creating user interfaces based on design systems prepared by our Product Designers,
  • testing the effects of your work and reviewing the work of your team,
  • taking part in preparing relevant project documentation.

Here's what we're looking for:

  • at least 3+ years of commercial experience in developing Android applications,
  • solid knowledge of Kotlin, the patterns and good practices related to developing Android applications,
  • good command of English, which will allow you to communicate with clients and peers and read specs,
  • good communication skills — we want you to interact with the people you work with, help them do a better job,
  • great attention to detail, consistency, and accuracy,
  • creativity and proactiveness — good ideas and constructive remarks are always welcome!


Here's some of the tech you can come across on our projects:


  • Kotlin; MVVM; Kotlinx; Hilt; Coroutines+Flow; Jetpack: Compose, Navigation, Work, Paging etc; Retrofit, Apollo, Moshi; junit5, mockk; Room, SQLDelight, Kotlin Multiplatform, and in some older projects we used RxJava, databinding, and Koin. 

You don’t have to know it all, but you can expect to learn it with the help of your experienced Future Mind colleagues. We create every project from scratch, and we get to use the newest, most reliable tech available every time, as we see fit. What we actually use depends on the project, and it is the team that decides, you included. 

...and here's what we offer:


  • non-corporate, transparent work environment where everyone has their say,
  • frequently reviewed salary, relevant to market rates, your developing skills, and the results you achieve,
  • possibility to significantly impact your projects — your input has real value,
  • continuous professional development and application of new technologies — we all keep learning,
  • active support of experienced mentors and team leaders along a well-structured professional development path,
  • frequent team meetings with the purpose of sharing knowledge and discussing interesting case studies and problems that we come across on our projects,
  • financial support for professional development, when you want to learn, take part in a conference, or go to a meetup,
  • flexible working hours, which means that you can actually 
  • the ability to work fully or partially remotely, or check in to one of our offices whenever you like,
  • fully paid private health insurance, subsidized sports membership, and language courses,
  • free breakfast, snacks, and drinks at the office, along with a chill-out space, a foosball table, and some gaming gear at our Warsaw office for when you need to relax and charge your batteries,
  • a laptop with the operating system which you choose (Mac/PC/Linux) and an additional, good quality monitor.