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Senior Java Developer / Java Engineer / Software Developer

Job Title: Senior Java Developer / Java Engineer / Software Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: München, Bayern
Salary: €65 - €75 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6
REF: MONWLMUN63_1506089651
Contact Name: William Lindsay
Contact Email:
Job Published: 25 days ago

Job Description

Senior Java Developer / Java Engineer / Software Developer

Location- Munich

Duration - 6 Months

Start Date - ASAP

Rate - €65-€75

Our Client; a technical start up are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and driven Senior Java Developer / Senior Java Engineer / Senior Software Developer to join their existing team to help them ramp up in several areas.

They are keen to find a Java Developer / Java Engineer to help create a practical e-commerce software that can be used by millions of users.

The right Java Developer / Java Engineer will be eager to learn as well as solve complex problems alongside an excellent Agile team in a thriving technical environment.

There are great career opportunities as well as a fascinating product, working on the latest cutting-edge technologies.

Banking experience desirable but not essential.

Required Skills for the Senior Java Developer / Java Engineer

  • Excellent knowledge of Java, Spring MVC, Oracle
  • Proven track record of full software development lifecycle.
  • Problem solving and analytical skills
  • Object Oriented Design and Development
  • Good software development practices
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to show either Agile or Kanban style teamwork.
  • An interest to learn the business supported by the applications.

If you consider yourself to be a strong Senior Java Engineer / Senior Java Developer and are looking for your next opportunity with a new and exciting technical start up.

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