€50000 - €65000 per annum|
Java | SaaS | Medior | Backend | Utrecht |Permanent | €65,000 per annum
I am currently looking for a Java Developer who is looking forward to joining a multinational company to support their cloud-based platform for EDI.
The headquarters are in the Netherlands, while the company operates in the U.S, France, Germany, and Australia and provides its services to 2,500+ big companies.
If you picture yourself working in a dynamic environment, then this opportunity is going to interest you.
As a Java Developer, it is required for you to have:
- BSc in Computer Science or any other related subjects.
- Experience with Java 8+
- Solid understanding of EDI (EDIFACT, ANSIX12, etc)
- Experience in developing web services using REST API or SOAP.
- Experience with Eclipse/IntelliJ and Graph database
- Strong communication skills.
What will you receive as a Java Developer?
Annual salary up to €65,000 including 8% holiday allowance.
✨ Attractive pension scheme (5% of the salary and the rest is paid by the company)
Flexible working hours
A passionate and multicultural team
Team Activities such as BBQs, Friday drinks, Team dinners etc.
Keywords: Java, SpringBoot, REST API, AWS, Eclipse, IntelliJ, SOAP, Testing, Graph, databases
Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.Kejsi Hoxha
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