Senior Java and AEM Developer
Our Sydney based client is seeking a high caliber ICT Technology Specialist / Applications Developer for a contract opportunity. The company is a stable, multinational with a friendly and supportive culture. Due to their size and diversity, there are plenty of opportunities to progress your career within the organization.
- Design, build, install, integrate and maintain multiple complex software application technologies, platforms and/or systems
- Translate customer needs and requirements, using technical principles into realisable software application products, services, or systems
- Assess capability of vendor solutions and offerings to meet business
- Develop platform specific technology roadmaps that leverage opportunities from evolving and future technologies
- 100% development focused
- Developing / Managing websites using CQ5 - Front end driven, customer facing applications / intranet applications
The skills / experience the candidate will have:
- Several Years commercial experience working as a Java Developer
- 1-2 years minimum experience with AEM / CQ5
- Proficient in the modern web app stacks: HTML5, CSS3, ES6, React.js, Node.js, Angular.js - preferred only
- Tertiary qualifications
- Extensive experience in developing large or complex enterprise solutions and services typically associated with online applications
- Extensive experience working with the following tools: Spring Java / J2EE, Jsp, html, css, jquery, ajax, json, CQ5, tomcat or jboss.
- Experience with Bamboo, Jenkins a plus
- Commercial experience working within an agile environment
If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please either APPLY NOW with your CV in WORD format ONLY.
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: Colby Zurlini
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