Exciting Opportunity based in Galway for a Software Developer**
You will join one of the most exciting companies currently hiring in the west of Ireland. This is an opportunity to work on - new projects and new technologies within an agile environment.
Competitive salary on offer with the following benefits: Bonus, Healthcare, Pension, and more
About Software Development Opportunity You will work on a team of outstanding developers to create exciting new feathers to their already award winning SaaS product. Due to excellent growth over the past few years these are new hires into the team with planned growth ahead. In your role you will get the opportunity to be creative, learn new technologies and take ownership of your own work within an agile environment. Flexible working hours with core hours being 10am to 5pm plus casual dress.
What you will work on: Day to day you will be working to produce state of the art technical designs, within Microservices. Evaluate technologies, innovate on product architecture. Driven agile development practices - code reviews, automated test, CI/CD. Work closely with developers, QA team, customer support and product management on delivering and supporting our service.
What you need to be considered??
2 years+ development experience needed minimum working with Java, Java frameworks and SQL. Must have worked in and/or have an excellent understanding of agile.
What technologies you will use?
Java 8, Spring, Microservices, SQL, Android and much more.
If you're interested in this amazing opportunity, apply now to be considered.
To note: You will need to have an EU Passport/ Stamp 4/ Stamp 1G to apply as sponsorship to work in Ireland is not available at this point.
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