Job Description:


The Fuze Back Office (OSS - operational system support) Software Engineering team is looking for a Software Engineer. 

This is an opportunity to become involved with an exciting business that is poised for significant growth, work on cutting-edge technologies, and contribute to business-impacting products.


The successful applicant will design, implement and maintain applications and services that integrate the back-end provisioning platform of Fuze’s cloud-based platform.In this role you will work alongside other highly-skilled professionals in a fast paced, positive work environment and, together, contribute to the company’s success!




  • Collaborate on technical designs for new product features and enhancements
  • Support system integration test automation
  • Participate in brainstorming sessions and contribute ideas to our technology, algorithms and products
  • Build web applications with a Java backend using existing and next-gen technologies
  • Build reusable code and libraries for future use
  • Build robust and scalable API-exposed services in Java
  • Develop software to integrate back-end components
  • Contribute to code quality through unit tests, test automation, and code reviews
  • Assist with documentation and organization of bug reports in JIRA
  • Assist in the support for deployment of product releases
  • Assist in 3rd tier support of the product and fix bugs
  • Participate in regular scrum meetings with the other team members
  • Dive into technical challenges and deliver timely results
  • Seek excellence and quality in everything you do




  • University Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or other related field
  • Java development experience
  • Demonstrated coding skills with a familiarity of OOP design patterns
  • Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; comfortable interacting in a team environment
  • High self-motivation to design, implement, test, deliver and maintain software
  • Experience with SQL
  • Knowledge of Test Driven Development
  • Ability to learn quickly, work in dynamic environment and efficiently through change
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player
  • Ability to work in Agile development model, achieving committed goals
  • Should enjoy working in a larger team and is open to learn from more experienced team members




  • Experience as a full stack developer is a significant asset. 
  • Knowledge of client-server protocols such as REST and WebSockets
  • Experience developing a multi-threaded Java application is a significant asset
  • Experience with Spring
  • Experience with SQL, including MySQL and PostgreSQL
  • Experience with Kafka, Docker
  • Experience with Java build tools (Maven/Jenkins)
  • Experience with GIT
  • Experience with javascript (react, jquery, angular)
  • Experience with GWT, Vaadin

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