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Senior Java Developer / Engineer

Job Title: Senior Java Developer / Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin, Germany
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: BERL / JH_1507737412
Contact Name: Jordan Helps
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 days ago

Job Description

Senior Java Engineer / Java Developer - J2EE, Java 8, JSP - Berlin

Berlin - €55-€70 per hour dependent on skills and experience

Contract - 6 month initial contract (Budget determined for 2 year project)

Start Date -ASAP

We are partnered with a major Manufacturer based in Berlin who are one of the market leaders in the highly competitive Automotive industry. The manufacturer has long been considered at the forefront of the sector for the last decade and are looking to hire an experienced Senior Java Developer to join their agile team of multi-skilled IT professionals.

The successful Software Engineer will have extensive experience with J2EE / Java 8 and experience working within DevOps style environments using Docker is advantageous. Experience in Agile methodology environments following Scrum practices is a necessity.

My client offers remote working opportunities, however the majority of the work will be office based. You will also have the opportunity to take part in numerous developer conferences and hackathons that the firm are involved with.

This is a brilliant opportunity for an enthusiastic Java Developer looking for a company utilising forward-thinking business practices and cutting edge technologies, whilst working within a highly Agile environment.

Senior Software Architect - Key Skills & Experience:

  • J2EE, Java 8, JSP,
  • Docker
  • Scrum
  • Spring, Hibernate
  • Spring
  • Oracle 8

If you consider yourself to be a strong Java Engineer and are looking for your next stage of career progression with a highly regarded automotive manufacturer based in Berlin, then please apply for this role and I will be in touch with further details.

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