Do you love creating software application architectures, leading agile teams of developers, and interacting with client technical leaders? We are looking for a senior engineer to work collaboratively and be at the center among development, project management, and the customer.

Some qualifications we are looking for.

  • Advanced working knowledge in Java 8+ and object-oriented and functional design principles
  • Experience in the design, development, and deployment of large-scale enterprise services
  • Thorough understanding of microservices architecture
  • Understanding of cloud-based environments and cloud-native applications and familiarity with designing and deploying applications at scale
  • Extensive experience working with Git including code branching and complex versioning including semver 2.0
  • Understanding and experience with web services, specifically REST APIs, Jersey, Jackson, Spring, Swagger, GraphQL, and Node services
  • Familiarity with DevOps and CI/CD tooling. Willing to get hands-on with DevOps tooling.
  • Familiarity with containers and associated tools such as Docker and Kubernetes
  • Experience leading technical development teams in agile development
  • Strong communication, client interaction, and relationship skills

What you can expect from us. We offer competitive salary, health, vision and dental benefits, and a 401K plan among other benefits like a $2k annual learning stipend, pet insurance and paid parental leave. Join our collaborative working environment with everything you need to be your best. 

  • Mentorship, and opportunities to grow and learn
  • Collaboration with knowledgeable professionals
  • A supportive and non-competitive community
  • A commitment to your professional growth, including professional development resources

One last thing, if you have a lot of these skills, but not all of them, please still apply. We love to teach those who are willing to learn.

More about us. Kenzan is a cloud services company owned by Amdocs that specializes in digital transformation, application development, and cloud-native technology strategy. Combining business leadership with technical expertise, Kenzan works with enterprises to craft business solutions that leverage cutting-edge technology, from ideation to development and organizational enablement. We are highly collaborative, exceptionally detail-oriented, and love to be challenged. We use the latest cloud technology, agile, continuous integration, and delivery tools.

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