|Job Veröffentlicht:||almost 1 year ago|
Work for an international and dynamic Cybersecurity company based in Cyprus. This is a company where you can really make a difference. Work with a highly skilled team to up with creative solutions, improving company processes and culture.
You will need the following to qualify for this job:
- Excellent communication skills (written and verbal).
- 4 years front end development experience
- Experience with all phases of the Agile and test-driven SDLC
- Understanding a wide variety of backend data stores, RESTful APO design & knowledge about when/why/how to use the right technology.
Where is the job located?
Limassol – Cyprus – Live & work along the south coast of Cyprus, widely known for the centuries-old Limassol Castle. Enjoy a warmer climate a beautiful city and a new job.
Interview & Salary:
There will be a Skype interview with the hiring manager and if successful you will be invited for a follow up interview via phone/skype. In order to be offered the job after the interview stage, you will need to pass an external background check as you will be dealing with sensitive information.
Salary: You can expect to earn between €36,000 - €48,000 gross per annum. There are a number of companies benefits such as medical insurance, annual bonus and a relocation package that can be discussed on a case by case basis.
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