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Full Stack Developer

Job Title: Full Stack Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Salary: €70 - €80 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 9 Months
REF: FUjaNLAM#_1507191511
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 12 days ago

Job Description

Full Stack Developer (Java / JavaScript) - Amsterdam, Netherlands (Temp / Perm)

Montash are working with a global financial services client who are championing DevOps & Agile, to secure a Full Stack Developer with expertise in Java & JavaScript.

The Role: Full Stack Developer (Java / JavaScript)

Responsibilities & experience as a Full Stack Developer (Java / JavaScript):

  • Analytical skills and conceptual & architectural understanding
  • TDD & test automation
  • Continuous delivery and deployment

Technical skills & experience to fulfil the position of a Full Stack Developer (Java / JavaScript):

  • Backend Development Java
  • Frontend Development JavaScript, HTML, CSS etc…
  • Tooling: Git, Maven & Jenkins etc…
  • Polymer is a very nice to have
  • DevOps mindset
  • Agile & Scrum

Our client have been nice enough to allow this Full Stack Developer 1 day remote working a week.

If you feel you have the relevant skillset and Full Stack experience, please send your CV to or call me on 0031 (0)207 036 453.

Key Words: Full Stack Developer / Java / JavaScript / Polymer / Jenkins / Maven / Git / DevOps / Amsterdam

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