Dialect is building first for mobile, putting it on the very frontier of web3 development. As a Frontend, Mobile Software Engineer, you’ll have the unique opportunity to bring a best-in-class mobile experience to web3 users, an early, critical step in scaling web3 to a billion users.
Contribute to the UX/UI design, and own the implementation of Dialect’s mobile app end-to-end.
Integrate the Dialect frontend with both the Solana blockchain as well as dialect’s web2 bridging service.
Collaborate with your fellow backend and protocol engineers to design and implement interfaces for (privately) storing configuration and messaging data both on-chain and off-chain.
Work closely with other engineering roles, as well as with product roles, in a tight, user-driven development feedback loop.
Help push forward the mobile-first web3 experience on solana, contributing to and developing best-in-class mobile tooling, whether that’s existing libraries such as @solana/web3.js or @project-serum/anchor to make them mobile-compatible, or open-sourcing new tooling.
You may be a fit for this role if you:
Have extensive experience building high-quality mobile apps with React Native.
Have experience with best-in-class client side data design and management, whether that’s experience with SWR, GraphQL, or other such tools.
Have a good sense of system design, and are excited about integrating front end experiences with novel or unusual backends and data structures, creating clean layers of abstraction to help accelerate development.
Have a passion for good design and an attention to detail. You’ll collaborate with designers, but undoubtedly have the opportunity to express your own design sense, if desired.
Bonus points if you:
Have full-stack experience, and are excited to contribute more broadly to Dialect’s other major system components, whether that’s backend nodejs services and web2 datastores and infrastructure, or the Solana blockchain.
Have web3 engineering experience, whether that’s prior front end development for web3, or experience with other parts of the stack.