Dutch-speaking Java Application developer

Location: Netherlands, Netherlands Salary: €400 - €485 per day
Sector: Consultancy Type: Contract
Reference #: CR/056868_1543924543

Dutch-speaking Java Application developer / 6 months / Netherlands / Start Jan 2019


For this role only Dutch-speaking candidates.


5 years of Java EE
5 years Application development, developer

To wish:


Java8, Websphere, EJB, JPA, WAS8.5, Wicket, JMS, SQL / DB2, Maven, Jenkins, SonarQube, CDI, Rest / SOAP web services, Git, Jira
Technical system design (overview)
Experience with agile work and scrum

The assignment:

Within Receiving & Announcing, the Agile release train Communicate has been running for more than 1.5 years. Currently two SCRUM teams (A & B) are currently running there. The communication value chain has an important (supporting) role in the business processes of the tax authorities. Stable, robust, well-executed and maintainable applications are crucial. For SRCUM team B we are looking for an enthusiastic Java developer who likes to work in the dynamic environment at the cutting edge of functionality and technology. The work is focused on multiple applications, from new construction to regular maintenance. The assignments consist of a mix of realising business functionality, optimisation's in terms of maintainability, performance and (technical) continuity. We are looking for an experienced Java developer who can be deployed flexibly on different assignments, independently can do a job, and pleizer has in teamwork! You exude the Agile / SCRUM approach and you also know how to convey it to your colleagues in a positive way. Affinity with infrastructure and automation of deployment is an advantage.

The application domain "Receiving and Announcing" (O & M) comprises all applications that process and / or route incoming and outgoing information flows (paper and digital) from the Tax Authorities. In essence, O & M is the dedigital mailroom of the business processes consisting of Declaration, Tax, Collection, Data, Customs and Surcharges. For the many information flows, there is an exchange of information between O & M between various O & M applications. "