Backend JAVA Developer
- 6 Months Contract
- Melbourne CBD location
- Digital experience
- Work with core systems Team.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a newly created team. The Asset area has recently been created and has inherited applications created as part of a large Program.
The team is growing and they are looking for a Senior Java Back end Developer to come on board for a 6 month contract.
Skills and Experience:
- Language proficiency (Java, JS, CSS, HTML, XML)
- Framework expertise (Spring and either jQuery / AngularJS)
- Platform experience (e.g. AWS, Tomcat, MySQL, Apache)
- Technique expertise (OO, MVC, API, UX, Multi-Channel)
- Expert knowledge and application of design patterns.
- Drive and support developer tooling utility (IDEs, Build, CI, Dependency Management , Quality, Profiling)
- Agile methodology experience (Agile, Scrum/XP, SAFe)
- Work with core systems (SAP/Tibco) teams
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: June Agrawal
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