Full Stack Java Developers (Remote to Start)

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Job Description

POSITION: Java Software Engineer (Full-Stack)

LOCATION: Phoenix, Arizona (100% Remote to Start)

TERMS: 9-12 Month Contract-To-Hire (career opportunity)

PAY RANGE: $50.00 - $70.00 per hour (Mid - Senior Level Candidates)

IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE: This role is 100% remote to start, but will require eventual relocation to Phoenix, Arizona (estimated return to onsite work is approximately Fall of 2021).

DESIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:

  • 3-5+ years of professional experience with Java OOP and development.
  • 3+ years' experience with Spring and Spring Boot frameworks.
  • 2+ years' experience building RESTful API's and enterprise web applications using Java.
  • 2+ years' experience with JavaScript to include at least one of the following libraries/frameworks (React.js, Node.js and/or Angular 2+).
  • Any cloud platform development expertise is a plus, but not required.
  • Exposure to CI/CD and DevOps tools is a plus, but not required (i.e. Docker, Kubernetes, Jenkins, etc.)
  • B.S. Degree in Computer Science (or related) is a plus, but not required.

SUMMARY:

Financial Company in Phoenix, Arizona is looking to hire a Full Stack Java Developer to join their Information Security organization. This role will assist in the development of custom web and mobile applications in a 'hybrid-cloud' environment. Although previous cloud development experience is not required to be successful in this role, you will be working heavily within 'secure-cloud' environments such as ====P and AWS. The OOP environment is mostly Java (backend) and JavaScript (frontend) with RESTful API's and containerized interfaces.

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