You’ll be working for a reputable banking company who is looking for Microservices Developer on 1 year contract to be based in Singapore.
Your new role
- Assist with driving the Regulatory Reporting Technology strategy and defining the Technology roadmap from legacy to the strategic architecture
- Working with Regulatory Reporting Product Owners and FM Architects in selecting development tools, frameworks and inhouse open source repositories, which best fit the business use case and strategic solution. Providing state of the art technical solutions, which integrate seamlessly with the Banks front-to-back architecture
- Lead the design, build and delivery for templates, functional frameworks, which are bespoke to the functional domain
- Lead design and integration decisions with the Global Regulatory Technology and FM Architecture, to help identify and overcome technology challenges as part of the solution implementation
- Work with project managers and product owners to right size the development team re: skills, location and capacity.
- Instil AGILE best practices in the technology delivery teams, providing technical and team leadership through coaching and mentorship
- Collaborate with other software developers, business analysts and software architects to plan, design, develop, test, and maintain software solutions owned by Regulatory Technology
- Identify and encourage areas for growth and improvement within the team
- Ensure software is designed, developed, and tested in accordance with established standards.
What you'll need to succeed
- Individuals must have minimum 5-7 years of Developer experience.
- Must have hands-on experience with core Java (Java 7 and above).
- Must have strong experience with Microservices application using Spring Boot.
- Hands-on experience with REST API.
- Ideally from Banking background.
- This role is open to EP, PR or Singaporean, please state this in your CV.
What you'll get in return
The company does provide attractive remuneration for their employees. Besides that, you will have the opportunity to be part of a well-known banking company.