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Java Architect API Development - Expired

Job Title Java Architect API Development
Job Type Permanent
Salary €80000 - €95000 per annum + Benefits
Location Dublin
Start Date ASAP
Our Reference BBBH487M2_1490977121
Job Advertised over 3 years ago

Java Software Architect

Opportunity for a highly technical Java Software Architect with a history of building application frameworks to join a global healthcare services company in Dublin who build web and mobile applications for millions of users around the globe.

This Java Architect position is a new role within the business and the software architect will play a pivotal and leading role in the development team with an emphasis on developing n-tier solutions with a real focus on making and using API's both internal and publicly available.

The Irish operation is the development and technical arm for the US business and they are experiencing rapid growth with expected headcount to double for 2017, the Irish team are relatively new.

Reporting to the Senior Software Manager in Dublin this Java Software Architect role allows you a large degree of autonomy, You will provide Architectural leadership to the development team, guiding ongoing projects to safeguard proper design and implementation, as well as smooth integration with existing systems.

Open to Software Architects from a variety of languages

The Tech Stack: Operating within an agile environment using the SAFe framework the development team are using Java, Ruby, React, Angularjs, to build the next generation of mobile and web applications and bleeding edge healthcare service products.

The Offer

A competitive remuneration package will be offered along with bonus, healthcare and pension, this is an opportunity to join a company during its growth stage and become an integral part of the team to launch and deliver a software service to millions.

Next Step..

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