Lead Java Back-End Engineer (AWS)
- Hinganghāt, India
EPAM is committed to providing our global team of more than 41,150 EPAMers with inspiring careers from day one. EPAMers think creatively and lead with passion and honesty. Our people are the source of our success. We value collaboration, work in partnership with our customers, and strive for the highest standards of excellence. In today's market conditions, we're supporting operations for hundreds of clients around the world remotely. No matter where you are located, you'll join a dedicated, diverse community that will help you discover your fullest potential.
Currently we are looking for a Lead Java Back-End Engineer (AWS) to make the team even stronger.
We need Java Developer with B1+ English to work on new functionality.
Software that will be frequently used includes: Git, JIRA, Confluence.
- Develop API Gateway to consolidate data acquisition/curation, unify data interfaces
- Increase automation
- Modernize technology stack of workbenches
- Java 8
- Spring Framework
- REST API
- Experience in work with AWS infrastructure and microservices
- Working experience on Multithreading
- Should have experience on CI/CD
- Testing TDD / Junit
- Architectural Design
- Code Quality Tools
- Experience on Spring Boot & Spring Security
- Experience on ORM frameworks (Hibernate & Spring JPA)
- Exp 8 to 14 Years
- Opportunity to work on technical challenges that may impact across geographies
- Vast opportunities for self-development: online university, knowledge sharing opportunities globally, learning opportunities through external certifications
- Opportunity to share your ideas on international platforms
- Sponsored Tech Talks & Hackathons
- Unlimited access to LinkedIn learning solutions
- Possibility to relocate to any EPAM office for short and long-term projects
- Focused individual development
- Benefit package: Health benefits, Retirement benefits, Paid time off, Flexible benefits
- Forums to explore beyond work passion (CSR, photography, painting, sports, etc.)
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