My Financial Services client is looking for a Senior Java Developer for a Permanent role based in Dublin City Centre.
The role of the Java Developer is an integral one in the delivery of quality, fit for purpose solutions developed by the Integration team.
The integration team provides and supports Java based solutions to various areas, primarily via our J2EE Middleware tier, which underlies the sales application system. The team supports the SEPA payments system, and provides analysis support to the document imaging system. The team also maintains various web sites associated with the applications it provides.
An individual in this role will be expected to both design and code solutions to problems and requests, to clearly defined development standards. All solutions must be delivered within agreed deadlines and to required quality standards, in order to meet the business requirements of internal customers.
Candidates for this role must have the following skill set:
While not required, the following skills / experience will be advantageous:
The following skillset is required:
Knowledge and/or experience of the following would be an advantage:
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