Java Software Engineer - IAM
Are you ready to be a part of an international IAM team (Spain, Switzerland and Poland) where trust and collaboration plays a key role? Are you an Engineer with heart and soul? Square the circle? Turn the impossible into reality? Yes? Then we offer you a fantastic opportunity in the financial area.
Our technology stack includes SailPoint IQ, Java, JPA/Hibernate, Spring, TypeScript, Angular, GitLab, Oracle DB, Azure, Databricks, Data Factory, Data Lake Gen2, Power BI, Apache Tomcat, Linux, Active Directory, SonarQube, Python, Splunk, etc. We need your engineering skills to bring this strategic focus topic to the next level and to integrate more and more Application into our IAM Platform. You, as an Engineer, will be in close contact with other specialists, such as Security, System Engineers, Business Analysts and much more.
Sounds great, doesn’t it? If you are interested, then we might offer you a fantastic opportunity!
- as a Software Engineer: coding is fun! But you are aware that there is more. Requirements engineering, solution design, testing, component and process integration are important parts as well
- as an IAM Enabler: get things done. Onboarding new applications and enabling new IAM processes to support our clients in the best way is what makes your day
- as a curious person: learning from other smart team members and sharing experiences is just normal for you
- as an Agile Engineer: you feel comfortable writing user stories and test cases, working iteratively, giving and taking feedback
- as a DevOps: it’s not just a buzzword, it is your attitude. Taking over responsibility, challenging the status quo, eliminating waste, bringing in new ideas and solutions is your passion
- a well-founded IT educated personality with passion for the whole software lifecycle
- Java and IAM know-how
- positive, initiative and result-driven attitude with high sense for quality
- communicative, team-oriented, and resilient personality
- good level of English to be able to work in an international team
- availability for on-call duty
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