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Java Developer Banking / Trading (m/w/x)

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Recruiter: Computer Futures
Listed on: 25th September
Location: Zürich
Type: Contract

Are you an experienced Java Developer in Banking or Trading (m/f/x) looking for a new project? Our client, a renown Bank in Zurich offers an interesting and exciting opportunity for freelance Java Developer (m/f/x).

Your role as $$$ (m/f)

  • Build, test and deploy new tools, services and product features
  • Improve and create new libraries and frameworks
  • Communicate and liaise with key business and IT stakeholders
  • Continuously drive and improve the system

Required skills

  • Test driven development, experience of JUnit and mocking libraries (e.g. Mockito) are a strong asset
  • Principles of object oriented programming, interfaces, abstractions, dependencies etc.
  • Core Java & related utilities/libraries, particularly collections, multithreading (java.util.concurrent.* package), JSON, JDBC, Maven
  • Spring framework, JDBC templates and JPA
  • Messaging and JMS
  • Relational database modeling
  • Good code review skills, pride in code quality
  • Experience in Hazelcast and Elasticsearch is a plus
  • Previous ActiveMQ hands-on experience is a plus
  • Good understanding of Unix operating systems, experience in bash scripting is a plus
  • Experience in the Financial Services area is a plus

Further information

  • location: Zurich
  • start date: January 2021
  • duration: 12 months
  • workload 80 % - 100 %
  • Remote: mostly not possible


If you would like to apply for this banking project as Java Developer (m/f/x), please contact me via phone [Telephone number removed] or via mail for more information. Or you can apply directly by clicking the Apply button.

We are looking forward to your application.

Sthree Switzerland is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Contact Name: Florian Alijaj
Reference: TJ/3387/CF-33566761_1601048736
Job ID: 2857005

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