Java Developer with Guidewire Experience
- Experience working with Guidewire is mandatory
- Work in the heart of the CBD for a well established fortune 500 company!
- Work with cutting edge technologies
We are currently seeking experienced Java developers with experience working with Guidewire for 6 months contract based in BRISBANE CBD.
For this opportunity you will be offered a 6 month contract and will be working in the heart of the CBD, close to public transport and secure parking.
You will be working for a reputable and well established consultancy, who are committed to delivering successful outcomes to their clients. As a Fortune 500 company, they have a strong national and international presence, and provide innovative solutions across the industry. Their main delivery is based around cloud solutions, commerce, IT infrastructure, Mobile and Security.
Your role as the Software Engineer has a focus on building quality into the software they are building. Refactoring, Continuous Integration, Test Driven and Behaviour Driven Development and Pair Programming. Also endorsing Agile software development principles, such as (but not limited to) - Fixing a broken build is the highest priority, Regular commits (at least hourly), 100% code coverage, Loose coupling and collective ownership of code. The aim is to bring the entire team to another level by mentoring others with their knowledge of automation and quality assurance.
To be successful in this role you will have the following skills and Experience:
- At least 5 years' experience working as a Java Developer
- Experience working with Guidewire - at least 2 years
- Experience working on Agile projects, or experience working in an agile environment
- Experience working with the Atlassian project suite (JIRA)
- Experience working with Jenkins and Tomcat.
- Provides strategic direction on the product road-map
- Provides training and technical oversight of other developers to ensure a system of high quality
This role will give you a tremendous opportunity to learn new skills and work with like-minded individuals whilst working with cutting edge technologies.
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Bianca Wruck on 07 3339 5612. Please quote our job reference number: 200168389.
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