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Software Development Engineer (Java)

  • 11Feb
  • Developers
  • Munster
  • permanent
  • Negotiable

Job Description

Software Development Engineer

Full stack - High Salary - Limerick

realTime recruitment has partnered with a client seeking a Software Development Engineer to join their organisation in Limerick.

This is a leading multi-national organisation, excelling in their field.

With the opportunity to work with the latest technologies and on innovative projects, you will also experience the great work-life balance and culture of this company.

The role:

  • High salary
  • Excellent benefits
  • Munster location
  • Greenfield projects
  • Exposure to machine learning

Technologies include:

  • Java
  • Spring framework
  • JavaScript
  • Angular frameworks

Limerick is gaining attention and investment within the IT sector and there are excellent opportunities within the region. 

To discuss this Software Development Engineer role in greater detail, give Aisling Connaughton in realTime recruitment a call on 00 353 1 652 0652 or send your CV in the strictest of confidence to aisling.connaughton@realtime.jobs.

Education Level Required

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