Senior Java Developer – Dublin – Build New B2B SaaS Products
This role will suit someone who is a "Very, very" Senior Java Developer whose next career step will be up to Principal Engineer level. A similar level to Staff Software Engineer.
A Dublin based international tech company is going through a major technical change, where new products will be created, existing products rebuilt, additionally the technology environment will be reshaped into Cloud Native.
They require a Very Senior Java Developer to shape, influence & build these new products.
If you're a strong Senior Software Engineer who can think outside the box, turn problems into product features, and are a creative innovator, you'll…
- Create & build new greenfield products & features.
- Develop prototypes & evaluate new emerging technology.
- Collaborate with Architects & Product to develop, design & build products & services.
- You'll work through the full SDLC & you'll have ownership on project elements.
- Work on a major tech rebuild into Cloud Native.
- Learn about security as you progress.
You'll work in a progressive upbeat environment where there's major passion for creating best in class software.
You must have very strong senior Java, Spring Framework (boot, MVC, data, web, security), and API experience.
- Java, Backend Java at strong, very senior developer level
- Spring Framework – Spring Boot, Spring MVC, Spring Data, Spring Security
- Cloud Native
- You're engineering experience is close to Principal Engineer level
The client will offer you an excellent culture where you will work with expert level engineers.
The role is Dublin based with a hybrid working environment typically 3 days WFH.
Needless to say, there's a fantastic package on offer with excellent basic salary, bonus, health insurance, dental, pension + allowances.
The role is urgent & the client will hire now, so please send your CV today to Gerry Nolan at Stack and Co
You must be legal to work in Ireland as there is no visa sponsorship & you must be living reasonably close to Dublin.