Principal Java Developer
- Intermediate experience in GUI Development (JS, JQuery, angular, react, etc)
- Work on large complex payment gateway projects in Brisbane CBD
- Advanced experience in Java development is essential
6 month contract for a Princiapal Java Developer with a strong background in Spring and GUI development experience. Join a Market leader in finance!
Our Brisbane CBD based client is a well-established organisation and they have an excellent reputation in the industry. They are proud of their culture and people who they inspire through innovation. They hire talented and inventive employees, so why not join this team and apply your natural flare designing Java software?
About the role:
You will work on large and complex payment gateway projects. As the Principal Java Developer you will be responsible for the design of highly complex applications, interfaces and integration with a modest number of systems. You will work to define requirements for new applications and customizations, adhering to standards, processes and best practices.
You will ensure quality of one or more application codebases and alignment with development standards, and apply technical expertise within java to coach and develop junior employees. To be successful you will be able to integrate software and applications at an enterprise level using third-party middleware or messaging products, or by designing and implementing custom interfaces and mapping for those interfaces.
- Strong leadership and stakeholder management skills, with excellent verbal and written communication
- Advanced experience in Java
- Exemplary Spring experience
- Java Security - Practitioner
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: 200169422.
Reference Number: 200169422_1
Contact Details: Bianca Wruck - 07 3339 5612
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Contact Name: Bianca Wruck
Contact Phone: 07 3339 5612
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