Senior Software Engineer – Server Side

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Job Summary:

We are seeking an experienced Senior Software Developer/Senior Server Application Engineer to join our committed team at our corporate headquarters.

Would you like to contribute in a security oriented application being built from the ground up (greenfield project)? Are you passionate about security, problem-solving and innovation?

Responsibilities:
  • Building highly available web services on a cloud based infrastructure
  • Server side security
  • Creating rich user experiences
  • Collaborating in an Agile environment
  • Exploring new technologies
Requirements:
  • Self-starter in a fast paced agile development environment
  • At minimum 5 years of server-side programming experience in Java
  • OAuth 2.0 and server side security knowledge
  • Experience with frameworks like Spring Boot/Spring & Hibernate or other ORM
  • Experience with build tools like Maven or Gradle is desired
  • Experience with CI tools like Jenkins or Bamboo is desired
  • Experience with version control tools like Git & SVN is desired
  • Experience with any relational database
  • Ability to analyze existing source and diagnose performance/functional issues
Nice to Have:
  • Familiarity with full-stack development
  • Familiarity with Agile methodologies like Scrum/Kanban is a plus
  • Experience with Docker is a plus
  • Good knowledge of AWS services such as RDS & Elastic Beanstalk is a plus
  • Good knowledge of load testing tools


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