Java Developer (AWS) - Eindhoven, The Netherlands / 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 an additional Java Developers (AWS) to start ASAP. (Interviews slots available everyday)
The Role: Java Developer (AWS)
As a Java Developer (AWS) you will participate in innovative Research projects where you will increase innovations by enabling the implementation of application stacks on public cloud-based infrastructures. You will be asked to bring in your expertise in the AWS cloud technologies to support teams in creating breakthrough innovations.
The Java Developer (AWS) 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 (AWS) you will need:
- Excellent Java experience
- Extensive AWS experience
- Tools & frameworks such as Micro Services Development, Maven/Gradle, Spring Boot, Hibernate, Netflix OSS, HSDP, etc…
- Experience of working in an Agile environment
- Build management, CI/CD
We are looking for a Java Developer (AWS) 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.
With Brexit looming and tax benefits increasing for non-Dutch nationals, our Netherlands based Clients are finding an increase in applications from UK IT resources looking to further their international experience. Amsterdam is one of the hottest cities for IT development and more global organisations are opening development centres and/or nearshoring resources to this dominant location. Montash offer not just top tier requirements for IT resources but can also offer guidance through our partners on relocating and tax systems if you're considering a move but maybe unsure on the implications this has.