Senior Java Engineer - Vulnerability Management

Northern Ireland - Belfast


Northern Ireland - Belfast


Product & Engineering

The Opportunity:

We are seeking a dedicated, self-motivated new team member for one of our core VRM (vulnerability risk assessment) engineering teams. You'll be working on services key to the company, enabling secure and scalable products across the world. We research, design, develop, test, deploy and own all our services; we build it, we own it.

What You'll Do:

You will collaborate with product managers, UX teams and fellow engineers to help enhance and add to InsightVMs capabilities. You will have the opportunity to help drive the design and architecture for our microservices, developing features and solving challenging problems.

What You'll Bring:

  • Desire to do it all; research, design, build, test, deploy and own.

  • Be creative; we build shared services and infrastructure.

  • Be collaborative; work with teams across the globe as well as with your team-mates.

  • Be inquisitive; always asking questions, learning and trying new technologies.

  • Be a mentor; take the time to share your experience with others.

  • Be a leader; do right by your team and inspire others to be their best.

Desired Experience:

  • 4+ years of experience with object-oriented design & programming, preferably Java/Spring

  • Experience with Relational and Non-Relational databases

  • Have been in a previous role providing mentorship and oversight to other engineers

  • Web Application development experience

  • Cloud technologies, preferably AWS

  • Git

  • Build tools such as Maven and Gradle

  • CI/CD tools such as Jenkins

  • Test Driven Development

Current Server-Side Technology:

  • AWS technology stack with Terraform.

  • Event Driven Architectures.

  • Java/Kotlin & Spring (and whatever works for the problem at hand).

  • REST.

  • A mature GraphQL stack, as well as greenfield GraphQL APIs.

  • Jenkins & Spinnaker build and deployment pipeline.

  • Docker/Kubernetes (EKS).

  • Chaos engineering tools e.g. Hystrix / resilience4j

  • Redis, PostgreSQL, DynamoDB, DocumentDB, and much more.

  • WebSockets

 What's in it for You?

  • Be part of a great technical environment

  • Be challenged on new and interesting projects

  • We use whatever tools/frameworks to solve the problem at hand. Want to write a service in Rust/Go? If it works then do it!

  • Contribute to all parts of the microservice architecture from design to deployment.

  • Be both Student and Teacher to everyone you work with in a culture that focuses on intellectual curiosity and development.

  • Be supported and encouraged to develop technical skills that interest you and to experiment. There are plenty of opportunities to work on stuff outside of your remit.

  • Build brand new features from the ground up that are core to the business.

  • Have your voice heard! Think a process isn't working or a feature needs a better design/experience? We want to make things better, people around you will listen and help make it happen.