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6 to 9 months contract
Build AEM enterprise applications
Enjoy great work life balance
Our client is a leading Australian retailer currently building out a new AEM division within their Digital practice. An experienced developer, you will be expected to seamlessly integrate and implement applications and functions within the organisation. The successful applicants will be responsible for ensuring that the work is done effectively, in a timely manner and aligns with the expectations from the senior stakeholders.
- 2 years AEM experience (6.2 / 6.1 / 6.0 / 5.6.1)
- Very advanced Java development experience
- Development tools such as Apache Sling, Jenkins and Amazon AWS, etc.
- Agile and Scrum methodology (stand ups, task breakdown, etc.)
This role will suit someone who wants to play a key part on unique projects and where you will be involved from design to release. You will continually be delivering innovative solutions and will have the ability to work within a small team and take on responsibilities as well as be trusted to get the job done.
The applicants MUST be Permanent Resident or Australian Citizen.
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