Java Developer

JOB OVERVIEW  Our client' s Operations & Technology (O&T) is responsible for the design, implementation, and operations of APIs backing thecompany' s consumer-facing digital products and experiences. Their group of product managers, software engineers, testers, and operations folks are based in New York City, Los Angeles, Belarus, India, and points in between. They are looking for a software engineer to join a team replatforming key APIs into a micro service architecture. They have a very collaborative environment and a distributed team, so we need someone who is conscientious, energetic, and passionate. They are a mature Agile/Scrum shop and work in two-week sprints. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Participate in the development of low-latency, highly-scalable web services Design, develop and deliver software on progressive and growing platforms, primarily using Java and Spring Participate in code reviews, pair programming, and other code quality related initiatives Actively participate in design discussions Inspect and resolve issues in development, test, and production environments Complete tasks as part of an agile team and adapt to dynamic business requirements Closely partner with other Software Engineers and Software Quality Engineers Effectively communicate with other team members QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE ROLE Bachelor' s degree in computer science or equivalent degree 3-5 years of experience in the field Experience building scalable, high volume RESTful APIs Hands-on experience developing with Java and the Spring Framework Hands-on experience with NoSQL databases such as MongoDB or DynamoDB Must be experienced with TDD Must be experienced working in Agile/Scrum environments Job Number: 18635  
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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