• Mid-Level Java Developer (Spring)

    Job Location(s) US-NY-New York
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    Research & Development
  • Overview

    In the R&D world, speed and quality are sometimes two competing factors. On the one hand, there is the sprint to delivery – and on the other hand, there is the standard of excellence. Our Senior Developers balance the need for speed and functionality with their commitment to quality. As we expand our IT Service Management platforms, IPcenter and 1Desk, we are looking for developers to work on tackling the big challenges in enterprise systems.


    We are looking for hands-on developers ready to work on implementing ITIL methodologies and automation practices in large enterprises. With an extensive existing customer base and a marketleading position in help desk automation, your work will go into production as soon as it shows measurable improvement over current methods. We think long term, while putting our research into practice on a rational schedule.
    You are passionate about good code and know how to make it a reality - how to fight for quality and sprint to delivery, managing the need for speed and functionality and the commitment to quality. You know how to use the latest tools and frameworks, not just because they're new, but because they help get the job done. You know how to lead and mention junior engineers and follow and deliver results for managers on predictable schedules.
    You should be comfortable defining delivery schedules and metrics for performance assessment and meeting your targets.


    First and foremost, we need great code and great coders. A great coder should be able to learn a new framework quickly, so experience with each of the items below just helps us understand your experience, but each is desirable:

    • 2-5 years of experience 
    • Java Spring, Hibernate, Guava, JDBC, Tomcat, Junit, MySQL 
    • Development tools such as Maven, Jenkins, Ant, Eclipse, Bamboo, Bitbucket
    • Comfortable on Apple MacOS or Linux OSes


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