Senior Java Developer (AWS/Nodejs)

Location: Sydney CBD, New South Wales
Job Type: Contract
Salary Negotiable
Specialization: Technology, Digital & Telecommunications
Sub Specialization: Programmer
Contact: Kimberley Chapman
Reference: JO-1901-410477
+612 9431 6539
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About the Client

Our client is a well respected, billion-dollar, multinational company providing end to end digital transformation and Information Technology services to leading brands, including a number of fortune 500 companies.

About the role

Our client has an opportunity available for Senior Java Developers (Fullstack) to join their team based in Sydney (permanent and contract will be considered). You will have solid Java development experience with a particular focus on AWS and Nodejs.

Your skills and experience will include:

  • Extensive experience in large-scale, custom-designed, multi-tier, enterprise-level software development projects using Java technologies and Spring Framework
  • 3+ years of experience in designing and leading development on web based systems using an Agile approach
  • Knowledgeable of AWS services EC2, Elastic Beanstalk, S3, Serverless Architecture using AWS Lambda, AWS API Gateway
  • Design innovative and evolutionary architectures
  • Experience working with Agile, Lean and/or Continuous Delivery approaches and best practices, such as Continuous Integration, TDD, BDD, Infrastructure as Code etc
The ability to interview and potentially start immediately will be highly desirable. Only candidates with the relevant Australian work VISAs will be considered.

If you would like to hear more about this opportunity and believe your skills and experience are a good match, please either apply now or contact Nathan Sabherwal on (02) 9431 6525 or Kimberley Chapman on (02) 9431 6539, for a confidential discussion.

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