Senior Java Software Developer

Callibrity is a developer owned and managed custom software development consulting company that is dedicated to creating quality software using modern technologies and adding unquestionable business value to companies across multiple industries and verticals. We are problem solvers...people who like a challenge and enjoy working with modern tech stacks. We offer an incredibly collaborative culture and enjoy solving complex problems with our clients.

As a Senior Java Software Developer, you are a leader by example, you are a subject matter expert, and you help lead strategic technical direction. You will get to interact with key client stakeholders on a regular basis and use your experience to prove business ROI through innovative greenfield technology solutions. Senior Software Developers typically have longer tenures and higher retention rates with Callibrity than other companies because the work is challenging and rewarding, we have a strong engineering culture, and we invest in the best people.

Callibrity Senior Software Developers:

  • Are trusted advisors to our clients and seen as thought leaders in the tech industry
  • Are keenly aware of big picture business problems and goals and capable of a leadership role
  • Mentor, train, and upskill your Callibrity peers and clients’ teams
  • Can solve a wide variety of problems with the appropriate solution drawn from a large subset
  • Communicate complex ideas effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Proactively identify problems, challenges, and issues and recommend the best possible solution
  • Demonstrate mastery and cable to teach software development best practices (Agile, DevOps, Test Automation, CI/CD, TDD) to others
  • Stay ahead of the curve by exploring new technologies including AI, Machine Learning, Cloud, and IoT
  • Thrive in an environment where there is close interaction among different roles and teams
  • Are admired by the client as someone they can count on, regardless of title or seniority


  • 5+ years of full-stack enterprise Java development experience
  • Professional experience in corporate Information Technology and/or Consulting
  • Experience leading a team of Software Developers and Associate Software Developers is a plus
  • Mentorship and pair programming experience
  • Four-year degree or successful completion of respected developer bootcamp/accelerator, or extensive mentorship program
  • Experience with Git / GitHub, Spring Boot, Bootstrap, Gradle/Maven or other similar tool is preferred
  • Experience with SQL, JavaScript, Angular, React, Version Control and Agile is preferred
  • Desired experience with Kafka and Jenkins is a plus
  • Cloud experience with AWS, Azure, and/or Google Cloud Platform preferred
  • Experience with Docker, Kubernetes, and/or developing applications for a major public cloud provider is a plus
  • Successfully solve Callibrity’s HackerRank and Code Pairing Challenges
  • Interpersonal skills: Influencer, professionalism and accountability, passion for learning, us not them mentality, shared responsibility
  • Interest and enthusiasm for learning and growing in your career
  • Embodies Callibrity’s Core Values
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States, without sponsorship

Benefits of Being a Callibrity Consultant:

  • Health/Vision/Dental insurance effective first day of employment
  • 401k match vested immediately
  • Profit Sharing Bonus
  • Annual professional development stipend $1500
  • Annual personal development stipend $500
  • One time bonus for remote office set up
  • Paid parental leave
  • Paid bench time
  • Paid flex time for training, blogging, speaking engagements, and thought leadership
  • Paid time off for vacation (2-4 weeks depending on level), holidays (8)
  • Competitive industry salary
  • Lunch and learns
  • Team building events
  • Small company feel with the resources of a sustainable and proven business model
  • High employee retention and satisfaction (One of Cincinnati’s Best Places to Work!)
  • Work-life balance

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