bringing Angular people to Angular jobs

Brussels, Belgium - potentially remote

Your profile:

  • Master degree in IT or equivalent by experience
  • Good Java skills
  • Continuous improvement: Kaizen!
  • Understanding of software engineering concepts such as: common data structures and algorithms, design patterns, etc.
  • A disciplined approach to testing and quality assurance, knowledge of automation
  • To be a team player, not afraid to communicate clearly on issues and progress
  • To be competent with database concepts and SQL
  • Experience with Jenkins, Docker & Maven
  • Only EU Citizen or legal to work in Europe (No Sponsorship)

Your Tasks:

  • Keep improving our CI/CD environment to support other teammates not only in
  • Development but also in QA, systems, operations and product management
  • Plan and organize all development releases
  • Monitor release process together with your teammates
  • Automate the setup of all the different developments environments
  • Provide support to the team for frameworks / tools upgrades
  • Standardize all the different development environments
  • Be part of the incident management: monitoring and dispatching
  • Support the team with the problem resolution
  • Work closely with your team incorporating feedback from product management and other
  • Stakeholders to create optimally integrated solutions

Your Skills:

  • Java 8, Spring and Hibernate
  • JSF, Angular
  • MariaDB
  • RabbitMQ
  • Design patterns
  • Database concepts and SQL
  • Jenkins, Docker & Maven
  • Cassandra and Elasticsearch
  • Git version control

Personal Skills:

  • Self-Motivation
  • Good communication skills in English
  • Team Player

What we offer:

  • Freelance or Permanent Position
  • A young, fun and international environment
  • Competitive salary
  • Frequent company events and socials
  • Free healthy snacks and drinks, organic coffee for the caffeine addicts!

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