As a Java Full-Stack Developer on a mission to the European Commission, you will be hired for the following, depending on your seniority : Architecture and design of information systemsReview of the architecture of existing systemsDesign and development of component architecture and building blocksAnalysis of the integration of different information systemsDevelopment and maintenance of information systemsDevelopment and integration of technological componentsData analysis and data modellingImplementation of the technical architectureProduction of software architecture documents and technical documentationInstallation, implementation and configuration of information systemsFollow-up of incidents related to information systems (third level support)Follow-up of bug reportsParticipation in technical working groups, progress meetings and meetings with users.
Assistance during relevant parts of testing, analysis, technical documentation, deployment, evaluation and reportingYour (technical) expertise includes the following : You have at least 7 years of professional experience, combined with a bachelor or master degreeYou are an experienced Java / JEE developer with experience in application development using the Spring framework.
You have experience with one or more of the following (a combination) : JPA, Hibernate or similar, JDBC, JMSApplication servers : Oracle Weblogic, Wildfly or something similarSQL : Oracle RDBMS, PostgreSQL or similar DB enginesWebservices : SOAP, RESTXML standards : XSD, XSLT, XSLTYou have good communication skills, including editorial skills and are able to work in a team.
You are dynamic, able to understand and work out the points of view of others in order to come to a common ground.You’re fluent in English.
Then apply now to the Ordina EU business unit! Assignments at the European Commission are always long-term, potentially for several years.
All cultures and nationalities are welcome. At the Ordina EU business unit, we work with both permanent staff and freelance consultants.
Choosing an assignment at the European Commission is choosing a stable and challenging working environment, in the political and economic heart of Europe.