Java Developer at Sportpesa

On Thursday, September 25th, 2014
Sportpesa is seeking to recruit a Java Developer who will provide full software lifecycle expertise to the software development team

The role will have complete responsibility for the quality, accuracy and sustainability of the assigned software development. In addition, it is responsibility of this role to ensure that all assigned work is performed within the agreed constraints, specifically the time and budget.
Minimum Qualifications


  • University degree in Software Engineering or Computer Science
  • Strong experience with multithreaded & multi-process real-time applications
  • Extensive experience in architecting, designing and developing highly scalable N tier software with C++ and Java
  • Strong Component & N-tier Architecture, excellent Object Oriented design and programming skills (SOA, Web Services, XML)
  • Experience with fine tuning real-time server systems for performance, reliability and scalability
  • Minimum 2 years of Cross-platform mobile development experience
  • Minimum 2 years in development of web services, database (SQL- flavour, Oracle and MYSqL SQL) and GUI development
  • Experience with source control, code coverage tools and automation tool
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with team members and managers 


Additional Qualifications / Certifications


  • Good command of  Python, C++ and JAVA technologies
  • Experience with WEB, Mobile and XML tools
  • Knowledge of Database connectivity tools (Oracle, MySQL)
  • Experience in a web hosting environment or supporting a development environment
  • Exposure to managing, securing, and performance tuning Web / Java application servers

Interested candidates who qualify for this position should send their CV to [email protected] before 1st October 2014
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