Lead Java Full-Stack Developer
We are unable to sponsor for this permanent full-time role Prestigious Enterprise Company is currently seeking a Lead Java Full-Stack Developer. Candidate will be an expert full stack software engineer influencing outcomes, guiding transformation, putting your stamp on how the team and organization evolves. Keys to Success -Change and innovation -Agile delivery at the core of your culture and are experienced and ready for a modernized delivery environment -Will be driving team and organizational direction on solutions architecturehellip you need to know the modern approache. -Full stack covered with all key modern languages under your belt. -Proven success coaching and transforming technical teams to shift to modern execution model Key Expectations bullWill be a mentor to the team driving full (and correct) adoption of modern software engineering Delivery practices (ldquoRealrdquo Agile, TDD, Stateless Design, Microservices, Containerization, CICD, Cloud, etc.) bullDeep knowledge and experience in designing for and implementing solutions in the cloud (AWS, Azure, Google) .. this can range from custom code on IaaSPaaS to SaaS solution integrations. bullStrong communication skills, you will be responsible for interfacing and influencing with the business lines as well as others across IT. Qualifications bullBachelorrsquos degree in Computer Science or Engineering or equivalent experience advanced studiesdegree preferred. bullAt least 5 years, engineering quality full-stack solutions. If coding is like breathinghellipyoursquove probably found the right position. High Level Tech Skills (we are sure you will have more) bullLanguages Java, AngularJS, node.js bullModern Tools RedHat Fuse, jBPM or Drools, Atlassian Suite (Bamboo, Jira, Bitbucket), Git, Jenkins, Cucumber bullDBs SQL, Mongo, Postgres bullCloud AWS, Azure, Google bullOther OpenShift, Docker, Kubernetes bullObviously looking for strong understanding and implementation of tried and true as well as modern design patterns and architectural principles.