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Senior Java Engineer - Java, Java 8 - Hannover

Job Title: Senior Java Engineer - Java, Java 8 - Hannover
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hannover (30165), Niedersachsen
Salary: €55 - €5670 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: JH / HANN_1505490738
Contact Name: Jordan Helps
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Senior Java Engineer / Senior Java Developer - Java, Java 8, AngularJS, - Hannover

Hannover - €55-€70 per hour

Contract - 6 months

Start Date - Immediate

Major financial services provider based in Germany, looking for an experienced Senior Java Engineer to join cross functional team of multi-skilled IT professionals in Hannover.

The successful Java Engineer will have excellent experience with Java and ideally some previous experience working within DevOps style environments using Docker, Bamboo and Ansible. Experience in Agile environments following Scrum / KanBan practices is an absolute must.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic Software Developer / Software Engineer looking for a company utilising cutting edge technologies, whilst working within a highly Agile environment.

Java Engineer/Java Engineer - Key Skills & Experience:

  • Java, Java 8, AngularJS,
  • Docker, Bamboo and Ansible
  • Agile, Scrum / KanBan
  • DevOps
  • Spring, Hibernate
  • Oracle
  • Unit Testing (Junit/Mockito)

If you consider yourself to be a strong Java Engineer and are looking for your next opportunity with a highly regarded financial services provider based in Hannover, then please apply for this role and I will be in touch with further details.

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