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Java Developer / Java Engineer - J2EE / Java 8, Agile, DevOps

Job Title: Java Developer / Java Engineer - J2EE / Java 8, Agile, DevOps
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin, Germany
Salary: €70 - €85 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: JH / BERL /_1505380316
Contact Name: Jordan Helps
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Senior Java Developer / Senior Java Engineer - J2EE / Java 8, Agile, DevOps

Berlin - €70-€85 per hour

Contract - 6 months

Start Date - Immediate

Major telecommunications company based in Germany, looking for an experienced Java Developer to join cross functional team of multi-skilled IT professionals in Berlin.

The successful Java Developer will have excellent experience with Java 8 and ideally some previous experience working within DevOps style environments using Docker, Bamboo and Ansible. Experience in Agile environments following Scrum / KanBan practices is an absolute must.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic Software Developer / Software Engineer looking for a company utilising cutting edge technologies, whilst working within a highly Agile environment.

Senior Java Developer/ Senior Java Engineer - Key Skills & Experience:

  • Java
  • Agile, Scrum / KanBan
  • DevOps
  • Spring, Hibernate
  • Oracle
  • Unit Testing (Junit/Mockito)

If you consider yourself to be a strong Java Developer and are looking for your next opportunity with a highly regarded telecommunications company based in Berlin, then please apply for this role and I will be in touch with further details.

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