We are now looking for senior backend software engineers with experience in Kotlin and JVM.The client’s backend is written in Kotlin and runs on the JVM, data is saved in PostgreSQL. Ideal candidates have some years of experience in Kotlin and a big interest in Programming. Bonus if the candidate likes challenges and is a problem solver.
What’s in it for you?
For this position we offer a salary of 40000-45000 SEK gross per month, based on the level of prior experience. About 30% goes in taxes whereof up to 18,5% is automatically credited to your personal pension plan which you will receive regardless of which country you reside in upon retirement.
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Also included in the package is that Telescope Services will:
About Telescope Services AB:
Telescope Services AB is based in Lund, Sweden and has delivered consultants and customer adapted software solutions within a wide range of business segments.
Since early 2000 we have supported our clients on a vast number of projects, all over the world. Our consultant pool consists of Swedish and non-Swedish consultants within the fields of embedded systems, online solutions and application development. We are primarily expanding by hiring people that will work as consultants at our customers sites here in Sweden. Our company encourages our candidates relocation with their families, and always provides all support they need.
Over the years we have learned that efficiency, predictability, accuracy in delivery and 100% quality pays off. We build long term business relations by combining Scandinavian engineering skills with contemporary tools within all fields of IT. Located in Lund, Sweden, we find ourselves in a very inspiring context, bustling with activity from international high-tech companies, a reputable university, startup incubators as well as cutting edge research centers. Put shortly, this is a sweet spot to be in when you focus on delivering expert competence and strong talent to the IT industry – and that’s what Telescope do.
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