#10058 | 2017-12-14 Gdynia, Poland

Java Developer

PROJECT INFORMATION:
  • Industry: Finance / Banking
  • Type of project: System development / maintenance
  • Location: Gdynia
  • Business trips: Occasional trips to Denmark/Finland/Sweden
  • Project language: English (required), Polish
  • Remuneration: 120 PLN/H
  • Project length: 12 months + extension
  • Assignment type: B2B

RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Outgoing individual who is self-motivated and contributes to a good team spirit
  • An experienced and passionate developer always seeking the best solutions
  • Experience from mortgage area is an advantage
  • An in-depth understanding of the Java language

REQUIREMENTS:
  • Java
  • JavaScript
  • Spring
  • AngularJS
  • Hibernate
  • Oracle DB
  • Restful

WE OFFER:
  • Challenging international projects in a Scandinavian business culture
  • Long term cooperation across multiple projects and sectors
  • Transparently built relations based on trust and fair play
  • Benefits: Medicover card, Multisport card
  • Relocation package/bonus and internal reference bonus


Work location: Gdynia, Poland
Requirements: Min. 5 years of professional IT experience.
Job type: Freelance

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