Feb 182018

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We’re looking for a senior candidate, experienced in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). The work will be business demand related (for BG Home, digital marketing). The techlead will have to lead the team onsite and later on also other locations, is focused on quality control, can keep the total overview, can handle the dynamics and can act fast.

As mentioned, you have to be onsite, so remote working is no possibility. 

• Software development and integration 
• IT systems integration 
• APIs and web services 
• Web applications 
• Cloud services 

Adobe AEM/CQ 5, Java, OSGI, Spring, Perl, SQL, XML, XSLT, Ajax, Cocoon, UML, Apache httpd, Tomcat, Linux/Unix DigitalMarketing, ElasticSearch 
CQ stack: Adobe CQ5, CRX, Sling, Apache Felix, OSGi, JCR, ExtJS 
Java stack: J2EE, Wicket, Spring, Struts, Hibernate, Freemarker 
Cloud: AWS, Azure, Google Cloud 
Experienced with devops tools like Sonar, Jenkins, GitHub, Bitbucket 
Highly experienced in Maven (archetypes, multi-module projects, inheritance, abstraction), setting up project landscapes. 

Experienced in Agile (Scrum) 

Details for labour conditions will be discussed. Freelance is also possible where we can agree upon a hourly rate between €70,- and €90,- based on experience/knowledge. 

Match criteria: ICT, ICT, Design, Quality Assurance, 40 hours, Prov. North Brabant, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL

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