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Senior Java and Hadoop Developer - Germany

Job Title: Senior Java and Hadoop Developer - Germany
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany, Germany
Salary: €550 - €600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: AA-123658_1504693515
Contact Name: Ashley Andrews
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Senior Java Hadoop Developer - Germany - €550-€600 - Urgent

I've have been engaged by a global consultancy, who are looking to require a Senior Java and Hadoop Developer for a 6-month contract based in Germany.

Your role and tasks as the Java Developer:

  • Design of IT products and services (Waterfall, Agile, Configuration)
  • Requirements analysis and design of the technical implementation
  • Design and development of user interfaces
  • Design and programming of interfaces to other internal and external systems
  • Design the database structure and update the data model
  • Ensuring the consistency of application design and architecture
  • Conception of object models
  • Implementation and rollout of the application

The Ideal Java Hadoop developer would have the following profile:

  • An undergraduate degree or a computer science education and relevant professional experience in agile software development projects
  • Profound know-how in Java development and good knowledge in Hadoop
  • Experience in the use of Gradle, Git, Quick, SOAP, SQL, Vagrant, Salt, Jenkins
  • Secure German and English skills as well as a high degree of flexibility and travel
  • A visionary and motivating team with a sense of responsibility, integrity and transparency

For this role, you will be required to speak German please do not apply if you cannot speak German.

If you are available for a new challenge then please call me on 0207 014 0239 or email me on

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