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Adobe CQ Developer

Job Title: Adobe CQ Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Munich, Bavaria
Industry:
Salary: €500 - €600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: MunCQ5_1414766077
Contact Name: Gethin Davies
Contact Email: gethind@montash.com
Job Published: almost 3 years ago

Job Description

Adobe CQ5 Developer - Zurich - €500 - €600 - 6 months

Montash have been engaged by a prestigious organisation to secure an Adobe CQ5 Developer.

We are looking for an experienced Adobe CQ5 Developer a 6 month initial contract to work within their large Java-based platform initiatives.

The ideal candidate will need to have:

  • Demonstrable experience of working on Adobe CQ5
  • CQ5 and related technologies (Apache Sling, Jackrabbit, Felix)
  • TDD, Agile

English Speaking role.

This is an urgent requirement for an Adobe CQ5 Developer, please submit your CV for a confidential conversation.

Adobe CQ5 Developer / Java / Developer / J2EE / CQ5 / Munich / TDD

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