Our Client, NSW Government is seeking to appoint a number of Java Developers to join the team on an initial 6 month contract basis with potential opportunities for a further 12 month extension based on business requirements.
The successful applicants will work in one of the Departments Transformation projects to develop Java Applications to the department's standards, undertake a combination of feature delivery, improvements and bug fixes and contribute to the evolving system architecture and design.
Backgrounds in Java with experience delivering J2EE web services using spring and Hibernate with the ability to design, code, test correct and documents large and / or complex programs and program from supplied specifically using agreed standards and tools to achieve a well-engineered result.
- Australian Citizenship essential
- Minimum 3 years experience as a Java Developer
- A strong background in Java, with experience delivering J2EE web services using Spring and Hibernate
- SOAP, Maven, Java 8, SOAP UI, SQL experience highly desirable
- Development experience in an Agile environment
- Design, codes, tests, corrects and documents large and/or complex programs and program from supplied specifications using agreed standards and tools to achieve a well-engineered result
- Integrate with other tools to build solutions
- System / Solution Design abilities
- Tertiary qualification in IT or equivalent - Mathematical Statistics Backgrounds desirable
How to Apply?
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