Join Our Dynamic Team of Java Engineers at Vonage!

About the Group: Join our expanding group at Vonage, where we lead the charge in developing cutting-edge applications. We're not just a team; we're a diverse community united by our passion for technology and innovation. At Vonage, we foster an environment where career growth is not just encouraged, but expected. Many of our team leaders and architects started as developers and have since risen through the ranks, proving that opportunities for advancement abound here.

About the Team: As a member of our team, you'll be at the forefront of revolutionizing communication solutions across various platforms within Vonage. This year, we're embarking on an exciting journey by integrating WhatsApp as a communication channel into our platform, a significant stride towards providing a comprehensive and unified solution for our applications. Additionally, our team plays a pivotal role in shaping the Chat UI of the new Chat API product that is integral across our company. Comprised of early career, dynamic full-stack developers, our team is not just about work; we're a tight-knit community that thrives on collaboration, creativity, and camaraderie.

What You Will Do: As a Java Engineer at Vonage, you'll dive into end-to-end projects in a full-stack capacity, tailored to your skills and career aspirations. Your role will encompass designing, researching, developing, and testing functional and non-functional aspects of our projects. We're constantly pushing the boundaries by designing and implementing new projects while ensuring scalability to support large volumes of data and traffic, maintaining backward and upward compatibility, and much more.

Main Tech Stack:

  • Java (of course!)
  • Vue.js, Node.js, Nest.js, TypeScript
  • AWS, Kubernetes (K8S), MongoDB
  • Additional technologies: Postgresql, Redis


  • 3 - 5 years of experience in full-stack development with a focus on Java and JavaScript/TypeScript
  • Proficiency in modern web frameworks such as Vue.js, AngularJS, or React
  • Extensive experience with backend technologies including Node.js, AWS, Kubernetes, Postgresql, and Redis
  • Demonstrated expertise in designing, developing, and deploying microservices-based applications, with a focus on scalability, loose coupling, and maintainability
  • Experience implementing CI/CD pipelines for automated testing, building, and deploying applications
  • Ability to lead end-to-end projects, collaborating with team members globally

Join us at Vonage and be part of a team that's shaping the future of communication technology. If you're passionate about Java development and thrive in a collaborative, innovative environment, we want to hear from you!


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