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Hybris / Java Consultant

Job Title: Hybris / Java Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Luton, Bedfordshire
Salary: £450.00 - £550 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: J6380
Contact Name: Charles Hill
Contact Email:
Job Published: 10 days ago

Job Description

Hybris consultant - Luton

Luton based, no travel

Duration: 3 months (On going scope)

Extension prospects: role is to cover a permanent hire that has dropped out so extension possible if a suitable permanent head isn't forthcoming.

Rate: £450-550 daily

Hybris Consultant to work alongside the systems integration of 16 or 17 applications from front end to back end.

Working across 3-4 projects with a value of £3 million. With a proven track record of systems integration on recent projects, extensive ecommerce/web experience recently, environment is Java, J2EE, and Hybris.

The successful candidate will have experience of hybris, developer experience on Java Backend Systems and strong e-commerce experience.

Environment: As always the successful person will be able to perform in a largely unstructured environment. Previous experience in large, complex organisations would be beneficial.

Key skills

  • 5+ years' experience of Java integrations end to end.
  • 5+ years' Ecommerce/Web experience (Hybris, Java, J2EE).
  • Strong Agile and some understanding of SCRUM.
  • Development background.
  • Availability to start 0-2 weeks.

Interview process: 2 stage - 1st stage telephone interview and 2nd stage face to face to include competency interview and technical screening.

For More information email or call +44 (0) 7014 0231.

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