We build software applications that allow trains to safely and securely bring passengers to their destination. These applications have high availability requirements, so they are not allowed to stall or randomly crash.
Our application engineering team is re-designing the entire Traffic Management System, from a monolithic architecture to microservices running in the cloud.
If you are passionate, you want to work with the latest technologies and you have a good understanding of software architecture / design patterns, we would like to invite you to be part of our team as a Java Microservices developer.
We are now just at the start of the project so there will be discussions related to technology alternatives, and we will tackle both the back-end (Java and Spring) and front-end (Angular) topics.
As part of our team, your responsibilities will include:
The development will be performed in close co-operation with experts in Bucharest / Stuttgart and might require travelling between these locations.
You will also interact with our international GDP platform team, which provides support for our system’s technology stack.
Would be a plus
Excellent career opportunity with a professional development path in a multinational environment, challenging projects with high safety requirements training opportunities, attractive salary, medical care, restaurant tickets, sports programs, housing loans, etc.
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A few facts about Thales, I’m sure you’re not familiar with:
worldwide in air traffic management;
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in Europe in defence electronics;
worldwide in banking transaction security;
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