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(Senior) Java Back-end Developer at Backbase (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

The Job in short


Impact millions with your beautiful code and help shape the future of banking.


Meet the job


You are much more than a developer at Backbase: you are a pioneer, a mentor, an expert, and a guardian. Being one of our Java Developers we expect you to create your own vision and initiate improvements. Every day you contribute to developing and maintaining the cutting-edge Backbase platform. You are the owner of the components you’ll be working on, dedicating yourself to making the product faster, more stable and more adaptable. You will try new technologies such as fingerprint authentication and retina scan recognition.


We love maintainable code. We’re building a product that’s expanding, and we’re not even halfway yet. You want your code to last for many years to come. Millions of people around the world rely on the products we create at Backbase for their daily banking activities. Hundreds of financial institutions use the Backbase platform. We got here by delivering an exquisite digital platform and staying true to ourselves. At Backbase we work agile and change is constant.


Regardless if you’re looking for a long term development role working on the product, or prefer to be onsite at clients, we have the perfect role for you!


Talk to us and we’ll tell you all about it.


How about you?



  • Your background speaks for itself; you have solid experience working in enterprise projects.

  • We need your experience within a product organization as this is our core

  • We are a global company and fluency in English will help you succeed

  • We are looking forward to learning about your additional skills, for example Java 8, Spring Boot, Hibernate, Rest APIs, microservices, design patterns and TDD.

  • You have extensive experience with integration patterns and frameworks (Apache Camel, Spring Integration)? That’s great as well!


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