Looking for a new tech job? Don’t miss these 6 opportunities
HIGHER at Dublin Tech Summit took place last week, connecting the world’s biggest brands with the most sought after, ambitious talent. The event was a celebration of all things tech and highlighted the wealth of opportunities currently available in the Irish tech scene.
Didn’t make it to the event? Check out some of the roles on offer:
Based in Dublin, this role requires a degree in computer science or a related field, extensive engineering experience and proficiency in at least one programming language. Strong communication and analytical skills are essential, as is the ability to produce consistently high quality, practical code. In return you’ll enjoy a string of benefits including excellent parental leave and ample time off.
Are you experienced in web application engineering in a team environment? Do you hold a Bachelor’s degree in computer science? Are you a fan of the occasional games night? Then Slack could be the perfect place for you. There’s currently an engineer-shaped hole in their team, waiting to be filled with a curious and analytical candidate. Sound like you?
There’s an excellent role up for grabs at McAfee for a product security engineer. The successful candidate will be responsible for analysing the security of products and services, discovering and addressing security issues, building security automation, and quickly reacting to new threat scenarios. Development experience in Python, Java, Go or Ruby is required, certification in Amazon Web Services (AWS) is desired.
Fancy taking your career to Silicon Sligo? The team at Overstock have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Java developer. You’ll need strong Java skills, experience with the Spring framework and Object Relational Mapping. You’ll also need a keen interest in new technologies and frameworks. Perks of this role include flexible working hours, regular company social events and health insurance.
Optum is a leading health services and innovation company dedicated to helping make the health system work better for everyone. If that sounds like a mission you can get behind then they could have a role for you. They’re currently hiring a data scientist to develop cutting edge analytical products acting as the intersection of business, technology and data science. The role requires an analytical mindset and the ability to work autonomously.
This role involves developing, testing, deploying and maintaining compliance applications for the Groupon microservice ecosystem. To succeed at it you’ll need a thorough understanding of testing methodologies, a degree in computer science and brilliant written and oral communication skills. You can look forward to a fast-paced, innovative and impactful working environment.
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