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Java Developer

fire.com is a growing fintech that helps businesses to manage payments with digital accounts and debit cards, supporting a range of payment services all accessible via a powerful API. fire.com is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland as a Payment Institution under the Payment Services Regulations, 2018.

We are now seeking an enthusiastic Java Developer to join our team at a time of huge growth for the business. The ideal candidate should have at least 2 years’ experience of Java and the Spring Framework.

You’ll need to prove your ability to:

  • Develop high quality, secure, scalable software solutions based on business requirement specifications
  • Work as part of a passionate & driven team
  • Learn on the job and find solutions to challenges (we love a can-do attitude)
  • Find better ways to do things, never accept ‘that’s just how it’s done’

You should have the following:

  • BSc/MSc degree or equivalent in Computer Science or related discipline
  • 2/3 years’ experience of Java and the Spring Framework
  • Knowledge of GIT, Maven, SQL, Tomcat, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Jenkins
  • Experience of working in an Agile environment

It’d be great if you also have:

  • Tried our personal fire.com app (available in the app stores) and the Fire Business Account (hint – you can sign up for a free sole trader account at fire.com/business).

As a fintech business that is changing the way businesses and people pay and are paid, you will have a great opportunity to contribute – the following is some further information:

  • Office is based on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay (5 minutes from DART, Luas, Buses & Dublin Bikes).
  • Secure parking for bikes & showers facilities available.
  • Performance-based Share Options scheme.
  • Healthcare and life assurance / income protection benefits.
  • Small team, friendly and helpful colleagues.

As a member of the fire.com team you will be contributing to development of an innovative fintech business. Fire Financial Services – trading as fire.com – is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.