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Global Digital Transformation Project - Multiple Roles

Job Title: Global Digital Transformation Project - Multiple Roles
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: München (81249), Bayern
Contact Name: Cristian Amanta
Contact Email:
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

Our Corporate Account division has secured multiple roles for an exciting project at an iconic brand with international reach. This Global Digital Transformation will be run from Munich.

The enterprise is investing heavily in their digital presence and as such you will have the opportunity to work on a Greenfield Digital Transformation that will be pioneering in their industry.

By joining this client, you will not only be empowered as part of an international team but will also be part of a futuristic project that will give you the chance to take your career to the next level.

All positions are permanent and based in Munich (or looking to relocate within a short timeframe), requiring German speakers (or at least B:2 Level). Priority will be given to candidates with short notice period.

Job Roles
1) Java Hadoop Developer
2) Java Developer
3) Senior Scrum Master
4) Product Owner 
5) Amdocs Kenan Developer


Very competitive packages on offer. If you are interested in any of the roles associated with this project contact for more details.

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