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Joboffer number #343142

Programmer, JAVA developer

CV Market´s client
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Job Description

Back- and front-end development for the project of the expansion of the company’s flagship product LocTracker.


  • Several years of experience with full stack of Java development on both the back- and front-end
  • Experience with the current crop of Javascript frameworks and technologies, knowledge of their pros and cons
  • Experience with development and deployment tooling ( gradle / maven / ant ), app server familiarity (Tomcat)
  • English language skills (working proficiency)

Will be considered as an advantage:

  • Experience with engineering of high performance systems that deal with large data sets and are used by thousands of users
  • Working experience with Java profilers
  • Linux environment and scripting know-how
  • Knowledge and/or experience in Transport, Logistics, Fleet management domains

Company offers

  • Full-time employment based in Kaunas
  • On-boarding trainings for hard and soft skills
  • Teamwork with highly skilled and experienced specialists
  • Experience working with international markets, clients, and projects

Darbo skelbimo numeris

Job type:
Expiration date:
31 July 2018
09 July 2018

CV Market´s client

Since its founding in 2004, MSC (MOBILIŲJŲ SPRENDIMŲ CENTRAS/ center for mobile solutions) was dedicated to the development and implementation of cutting-edge IT technologies and on-line services. The professional and highly experienced team of the company developed its flagship product LocTracker which became a leading online GPS tracking service for the management of truck fleets and their logistics. It further encouraged the company to expand to the U.S. market. MSC’s subsidiary in the U.S., LOCTRACKER, LLC incorporated in Illinois, has been serving clients in the U.S. and Canada from 2014. The LocTracker service is used for the management of thousands of trucks worldwide.

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