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  • Lead Java developer - Frankfurt, Germany - EUR 75,000 - 95,000

    IT

  • Permanent

  • Location

    Hessen

  • Salary

    €75K - €95K

Lead Java developer - Frankfurt, Germany - EUR 75,000 - 95,000, Hessen, IT, €75K - €95K

Lead / Principal Java developer - Frankfurt, Germany - EUR 75,000 - 95,000

My client, a worldwide known real-time enterprise-grade machine learning company, has recently opened an innovation centre in Frankfurt. They are now hiring Lead Java Developers to head the research and development initiatives of this company.

About the company:

· European market-leading Big Data/Machine Learning company;

· Active in over 11 countries (offices in Germany, US and Hong Kong);

· Over 1,100 client businesses.

The candidate will preferably have the following abilities:

· Experience with Java SE or Jave EE;

· Be equally comfortable operating with frameworks (i.e Eclipse) and with the core language;

· Experience with service oriented architectures;

· Be able to demonstrate solid database experience, e.g. MySQL or PostgreSQL;

· Have an understanding of agile development;

· Fluent in English;

· Have a continued interested in technology, always researching and inquiring about new tools and concepts and able to pick things up speedily.

Lead / Principal Java developer - Frankfurt, Germany - EUR 75,000 - 95,000

Annapurna IT is acting as a recruitment consultant with regards to the Senior / Principal Java developer role. If this role sounds of interest please e-mail ivan@annapurnait.com or call us on +49 8957959417 for further information.

Annapurna IT also facilitates the Technology Transformation Network; A free, thought leadership and networking group for senior IT Professionals - http://thettn.tv.

For further information, please visit www.annapurnarecruitment.de

Ivan Lechev

Ivan Lechev

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