Senior Java Backend Developer
Texas, USA , US$100000 - US$130000 per annum + benefits
2019-06-12 15:26:38 +0100
One of the world's leading consultancies is looking for 2 fulltime Senior Software Engineers to work on an exciting long term project for their client, a cutting edge health services company who are currently building a new architecture for their Interaction and Process Domains. This project will be located in Dallas, Texas and offers a fantastic opportunity for both influence and personal growth.
The perfect candidate will be curious, persistent and logical. You should enjoy living by the code of your craft and developing elegant solutions for complex problems and have hands-on experience of at least two from the list below (in priority order):
- Java backend developer with Spring/SQL experience
- Spring / Spring-boot
- REST services
- API Gateway
- AWS Lambda / AWS S3
- Amazon DynamoDB
- AWS Glue
Nice to have:
- Experience with Kafka
- Experience with parallel data processing (Map Reduce, Hadoop, Spark, etc.)
- Agile test-driven development experience is a plus
The current team:
Right now the team has 5 Assigned and 1 Onboarding Java developers on the project. We have +2 vacant places, i.e. 8 Java developers including TL in total. In addition to these Developers, there is also: 1 Delivery Manager, 1 Software Architect, 1 DevOps on the team
Visa's accepted: USC, GC, OPT/CPT, TN, L2, H4
We cannot hire H1B candidates for this role, unfortunately.
Comp package: $120-130K + 5% bonus + 401K
Relocation support including: 1st months rent and 1st month rental car covered
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