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Java/Backend Software Developer

Job Title: Java/Backend Software Developer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Berlin, Berlin
Industry:
Salary: €55000 - €70000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: e-JBD
Contact Name: James Hughes
Contact Email: jamesh@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Job Summary

 

Tired of working at a start up that offers little progression? Then join the best!

 

We are looking for brilliant and talented software engineer to join our rapidly growing Applications team, responsible for all of the client-facing components. You should be motivated by building high performance, web-based, enterprise applications across the company.

 

The Applications team works closely with the Product Management and User Experience teams to help design our products. We use agile methodologies with a focus on our work process is a nice blend of agile and design-oriented development which puts the creating an exceptional customer experience first and foremost.

 

We are mostly full stack developers with exposure to everything - back-end, front-end, and everything in between. Some projects may involve more front-end development using cutting-edge JavaScript frameworks; others will involve working on backend infrastructure APIs that interact with our data stores. In either case, the collaborative nature of the team allows you to constantly learn new things and mentor others.

 

Requirements

  • Degree in Computer Science from a top tier school
  • Anywhere from 4- 6 years of experience
  • High degree of comfort in Java or other object-oriented language
  • Experience with web-based development, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Familiarity with JavaScript and JavaScript libraries such as jQuery
  • Knowledge of application frameworks such as Spring and how to migrate from older versions to V4
  • Understanding of HTTP request/response lifecycle
  • Experience with database technologies
  • Keen sense of information architecture and visual design
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Motivated by writing fast, scalable code with testability in mind
  • Excited by working in a fast-paced environment

Key Points

  • Working on high touch, high visibility, high performance, highly scalable enterprise applications - client facing apps involving campaign management, workflow, analytics, audience design, etc.
  • Experimenting with new ways of visualizing large amounts of data
  • Work with latest technologies. Tech stack includes: Java, Hibernate, Spring , AngularJS, D3, JavaScript, Jasmine, Bootstrap, HTML5, MongoDB, Hadoop
  • Research on new web technologies
  • Passionate about web based applications

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