Senior Software Developer

  • location

    Stockholm, Sweden

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  • salary:

    £11152 - £720000.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Aaron Tait

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  • published:

    over 2 years ago

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My client who is a vendor within securoty & autorisation solutions, located in Stockholm but also operate and have offices in the US, with a global customer base within Finance, Healthcare, Insurance, Manufacturing, Media, Pharma & the US Federal Government.

They provides autorisation solutions for applications, databases, microservices & APIs to help their clients apply a policy based approach to protect their most critical assets.

We are now looking for a developer with a passion for crunching code and wants to take on the their next big challenge, my client is a leader within dynamic authorisation and have some amazing ideas for where they want to take their products. They are looking for creative and motivated professionals who like working with different technologies.


Looking for a talented senior software developer with a strong background in Java who thrives on intellectual challenges and clean code. Must have a solid understanding of development and can move with ease from infrastructure to front-end, an excellent communicator and find it stimulating to work in a dynamic and agile organisation.

Skills & Experience

  • Java
  • Dropwizard /Spring / Springboot
  • CI/CD
  • TDD
  • Knowledge of the cloud either AWS / Azure / GCP
  • Micro services Architecture
  • A background in security software of authentication or autorisation software


  • Sonarqube
  • Selenium
  • BDD

My client can offer a dynamic, multicultural and fast-paced environment where your knowledge and ideas are highly valued regardless of title or tenure. You will be able ton grow and make a real difference to the direction this company is moving as a valued member of their engineering team. You will take part in developing the latest data protection and autorisation products that tackle some of the major security issues of our interconnected lives and be part of making our digital world safer.