Java Engineer at Nederlia

Barcelona, Spain

Posted on Feb 22 2016 (10 months ago)

Visas:

European citizens only

Would you like to join the number one market app in Spain? Would you like to have an impact on millions of people on a daily basis?

And why not waking up in the morning with a nice view on the beach or on the Catalan mountains?

If you are a Java addict, then we have the position for you in sunny Barcelona.

In fact, for the most innovative mobile app in Spain that helps millions of people to buy and sell things nearby, we're looking for a senior Java developer to join a project that will change the way we see the market.

Interested? Then keep on reading

 

ABOUT YOU:

  • Senior experience with Java (min 5 years)
  • Experience with Spring
  • Lucene or Solr
  • Having worked with scalable systems with high load of traffic
  • Mysql and no-SQL databases
  • Having worked with TDD
  • Agile methodology

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  •  You are not afraid of making your own decisions and you constantly come up with new ideas on how to improve the product you’re working on. Ideas that you will share with your SCRUM team!
  • You are proud of working on a product used my millions of users.
  • You have an excellent level of English. If you speak a bit of Spanish (sí, señor), even better. But if you don’t, no worries: we will give you classes so that you can easily order your cerveza at the bar.

 

NICE HAVES:

  • Experience in micro-architecture
  • Having worked in close contact with DevOps team and/or QA
  • Experience in Web Services Integration


PERKS

  • Health insurance
  • Spanish and English classes
  • Fruit, coffee, game room and much more...

 

Apply now!

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