Job title: Junior Java Developer
With about 4,500 employees, Siemens Technology and Services Private Limited (STS) combines five units: Corporate Technology India, Functional Shared Services, Corporate Finance, Corporate Finance Audit, and Siemens Management Consulting.
Corporate Technology (CT) in India has over 3,000 professionals working in the area of software Research and Development. CT is a part of Siemens Corporate Technology, which is an innovation partner for the Siemens Divisions and shares a point of view in areas of strategic importance to Siemens, thereby ensuring its technological future.
This is your role. What part will you play?
- As a junior developer you will be part of the application team, working on JAVA / JSF projects
- You will be adhering to the defined guidelines, processes and procedures, for the team assigned.
- Understand the business needs, requirement and implement them within estimated timeline.
We don’t need superheroes, just super minds
- 0-2 years of professional experience in SW development with Basic / Advanced Java programming.
- Must have good analytical, debugging and tracing skills.
- Sound knowledge of Software Engineering processes
- Effective verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to make / drive decisions and be an enthusiastic team player
We’ve got quite a lot to offer. How about you?
This role is in Bangalore, where you’ll get the chance to work with teams impacting entire cities, countries – and the craft of things to come.
We’re Siemens. A collection of over 377,000 minds building the future, one day at a time in over 200 countries. We're dedicated to equality and we welcome applications that reflect the diversity of the communities we work in. All employment decisions at Siemens are based on qualifications, merit and business need. Bring your curiosity and creativity and help us craft tomorrow.
Job ID: 114154
Organization: Internet of Things
Company: Siemens Technology and Services Private Limited
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Job Type: Full-time