Senior Software Engineer
Our client, a leading Insurance agency based in the heart of Sydney CBD offers a cutting-edge technology environment with end to end development. They are currently recruiting for a Java/Micro Services Developer to support and develop their bespoke inhouse CRM system.
As the successful Java/Micro Services Developer you will act as a senior member of the IT team, working in an Agile environment, collaborating with all business units and will be responsible for:
- Developing and supporting the bespoke inhouse CRM system
- Developing and maintaining robust web applications
- Producing well tested and complete software products
- 3+ years Java experience (Spring, Spring Boot or Hibernate)
- 2+ years Micro Services experience
- Experience with Web Services (REST/SOAP)
- Experience within AWS (Amazon Web Services)
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: Jessica Hewins
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