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Java developer? Want to be part of a team that develops future travel experiences?

We are experiencing increased demand for our solutions and have a clear growth strategy for self-service and Baggage handling systems. Our goal is to strengthen our presence in the market. We are therefore looking for a Java developer.

BBC works closely with Nordic and European Airports to develop future travel solutions meeting the increasing demand for self-service solutions. Thus, enabling airports and airlines to offer a high level of service to its passengers while at the same time meeting the demand for cost efficient solutions.

You will work in all phases of system development, from initial idea to product release. Your tasks will include both development of new applications as well as enhancing/adjusting existing solutions to customer needs.

We work mainly in Java but also use groovy/grails and javascript. We are continuously investigating new technologies and encourage creativity and initiative. We use lean principles and methods in our work.

You will be an important part in building the company’s java environment. We are therefore looking for a teamplayer who gets a kick from achieving targets in close cooperation with others.

The ideal candidate has 1-3 years experience from java development, relevant education from a university and good knowledge from application development.

Interested? Please contact Mike on 98 21 87 04 or send me an e-mail on mike@bbc.no

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