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Senior Java Developer

Job Title: Senior Java Developer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: München (81249), Bayern
Salary: €60000 - €80000 per annum + Bonus+benefits
REF: J9009_1502736036
Contact Name: Cristian Amanta
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Senior Java Developer - Iconic Brand - up €60,000-€80,000 + Bonus & Benefits

Our Corporate Account function has secured a large project for an Iconic Brand. This will be a Global Digital Transformation which will be run from Munich.

This enterprise is investing heavily in their Digital Presence and as such this will give you the opportunity to work on a Greenfield Digital Transformation that will be pioneering in their industry.

By joining my client, you will not only be part of an international team that empowers their employees, but also be part a futuristic programme.

Are you a Java craftsman, that enjoys making a high impact in complex environments? Are you passionate about clean code, TDD & BDD? If so get in touch!

All positions are Permanent and require German Speakers (or at least B:2 Level) and must be based in Munich (or looking to relocate within a short timeframe). Priority will be given to candidates with short notice period.

About the role:

*3+ years of experience in Java - in an Agile Environment (Scrum)

*Knowledge in the design and implementation of sophisticated Java EE applications

*Experience in: EJB 3.1, Spring, SOAP, JUnit, JMS, Python, Perl, WebLogic 12.1.2, Puppet, Python, Perl

*Good knowledge of database development with SQL, PL / SQL and Oracle DB administration

*At least level B:2 Level in German; Fluent in English

*A strong passion for innovative topics and technologies, a great joy of challenges and high self-motivation

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