MongoDB (nice to have) DocumentDB (nice to have) Front-End (nice to have) GitOPS (junior) ECS (junior) Docker (junior) Terraform (junior) AWS (junior) Spring (regular) Java (regular) Together with our client, a legendary sports car manufacturer, we are building enterprise cloud solutions.
Nowadays when car shortages are impacting the automotive industry Feature on Demand is the fastest growing branch of the business.
Our responsibility is to design and implement mission-critical software for managing Digital Products in the car. If you want to be a part of automotive market transformation and would like to contribute this is the place and time! Responsibilities Design and build Cloud-Native Applications using Java and Spring on top of AWSCreate world-class solutions using modern microservices-based architectures defined as IaC utilizing DevOps culture approachLeverage of DBs (NoSQL, SQL), storage, APIs into cloud applications and integrate with external servicesWork in Agile methodologies (SAFE)Research, recommend, and integrate solutions to solve architectural and development challengesEnsure designs meet performance, security, usability, reliability, and scalability requirementsDeep understanding and validation of business requirements in order to create an optimal solution Requirements At least 3 years of professional experience with Spring and Java (in particular : Spring Boot Spring Data Spring Security) Git Maven CI servers Confluence or other wikis) JIRA (or other trackers) code review tools writing unit and integration testsHands-on experience in building cloud-native applications using microservices and cloud deploymentExperience in SCRUM or SAFE Agile frameworkGood command of English (B2+ / C1) A match to our culture - a team player with strong communication skills, focusing on what brings value, eager to drive change by taking the initiative and caring for an open and friendly atmosphere Nice to have Experience with AWS, Terraform, Docker, ECS, GitOpsAmazon DocumentDB or MongoDBBasic Frontend knowledgeUnderstanding of test pyramids