Software Engineer Java (f/m/d)
You want to actively shape our monitoring and observability software? Then apply now!
What awaits you
You develop state-of-the-art monitoring and observability software in a cross-functional team.
You are close at hand and accompany the entire software lifecycle from conception, implementation, test phase and up to implementation and permanent maintenance.
You use a modern technology stack: Jakarta EE (EJB, JPA, JTA, CDI, REST, JSON, XML), messaging (JMS, Kafka), storage (RDBMS/SQL, Elasticsearch, MongoDB), CI/CD (Jenkins, Maven, GIT, SVN), virtualization (Docker, Kubernetes), rule engine (Siddhi), Quarkus
You drive your own ideas and innovations and benefit from our numerous training opportunities.
You work in an agile setup, contribute across teams and participate in pair programming and code reviews to ensure high code quality.
"You build it. You run it." is part of your DNA just as you strive to automate repetitive tasks.
This is what we want
Several years of experience in software development, especially in the Java environment
Enthusiasm for Java and other technologies as well as practical experience with at least one other technology of our tech stack and in automated testing (JUnit)
Enthusiasm for new technologies, methods and frameworks (Scrum/Kanban)
Your desire to create added value
Joint growth in the team and independent, creative work
Good knowledge of German and English
What we offer you
Your contact at Integration Matters
We are looking for perspective changers, customer savvy and doers. If you are hungry for innovation, customer-oriented and like to be a few steps ahead of the competition, then we should get to know each other. You can expect a team that celebrates your expertise and values your personality. Apply for one of our positions or take the initiative. My name is Dirk and I am your contact person for all questions regarding your career at Integration Matters. Do you have any questions? Feel free to contact me.
Dirk Görtz | Head of Global Professional Services