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Java Developer

Job Title: Java Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
Salary: €75 - €85 per hour + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: JavaDevIMM#_1507190671
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 14 days ago

Job Description

Java Developer - Amsterdam / Contract-Freelance

Montash are currently working with of the most innovative clients in the world, you will be working on applications that will change the way we live. They are looking to grow their Software Development team, with 2 additional Java Developers to start ASAP. (Interviews slots available everyday)

We are also offering a gernerous 2 days remote working every week.

The Role: Java Developer

As a Java Developer you will need to have strong knowledge of Java application development using Spring. You will comfortable mentoring and supporting team members.

The Java Developer will be developing a micro-service driven platform, working on automated tests and contributing to the growth of a company. As such, fluency in written and spoken English is essential, as is the ability to work in a cross-functional team with product owners, front-end developers and designers.

To summarise as a Java Developer you will need:

  • Excellent Java experience - using Spring framework
  • Experience of working in an Agile environment
  • Technology stack - JEE (NoSQL - MongoDB / Cassandra), Hibernate & Docker
  • Multiple Cloud provider experience (Google, Amazon, Azure)
  • Build management, CI/CD

We are looking for a Java Developer to be based in Amsterdam, you will be required on site for 4/5 days per week. Please ensure this will work for you before submission.

Keywords: Java Developer / Spring / NoSQL / Cloud / Google / Agile / Software / Amsterdam

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