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SIM Application Development Engineer for Nairobi, Kenya
Job ID IT JOBS#82
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
Required Skills:

Our client has partnered with the world leading companies in different service domains allowing them to offer an unmatched product offering bringing leading technologies, efficiencies and cost saving to your organization.

The company is looking for a Mobile Application Engineer with the following profile:

Job Responsibilities / Job Requirements:
-    SIM Application Toolkit (SKT) - knowledge/Experience:
-    Experience in Mobile App development using J2ME / Android
-    Experience in requirement gathering and design
-    Excellent communication skills
-    Prior onsite experience will be a plus

Qualification: BE (Computer Science)/ MCA/ or other equivalent degree

Experience: 2-5 years of relevant experience

Location: Nairobi, Kenya (onsite)

Contract: Full Time, Permanent

itForte is one of the leading Recruitment Agencies in India specializing in the IT and Teleocm domains with some of the global technology companies as its clients.

Kenya is an East African country bordered by Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia. It has a land area of 580,000 km2, being the world's forty-seventh largest country, and a population of over 43 million. Nairobi is the capital of Kenya and is its largest city. It is a regional commercial hub.

Kenya is a famous tourist destination with Lake Victoria, the world's second largest fresh-water lake situated in Kenya. It is also famous for its safaris and diverse wildlife reserves and national parks such as Maasai Mara and Aberdares National Park.

Agriculture is a major source of country’s GDP and is the largest source of employment in Kenya. Information Technology (IT) is an emerging sector in Kenya with all the major IT players present in the country.

 Country’s climate varies from tropical to temperate to arid and the country receives a great deal of sunshine round the year, 

The vast majority of Kenyans are Christian (83%) followed by Muslims (11.2%) and Non-religious (2.4%). There is a large Indian population in Kenya, who have played a significant role in the development of local economy.