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Junior Java / C# Engineers @ Athens / Sparta

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Job Description

The position targets junior software engineers with knowledge of at least one of the following ecosystems:

  • Oracle Java
  • Microsoft.Net/C# 

The candidates will work on projects that utilize one of the following frameworks:

  • Java, Spring 
  • C# .NET Core, ASP.NET Core 


  • Fixed salary that depends on experience and skills.
  • Extra rewards for productivity and diligence.

Minimum Requirements

The minimum conditions for considering applications are as follows:

  • Highest education degree specializing on Informatics (Bachelor's or Master's). 
  • Fulfilled military obligations (for Greek male candidates only). 
  • Good knowledge of one the position's technologies, Java / C#. 
  • Excellent written and spoken use of the English and Greek languages. 
  • Basic knowledge of javascript, CSS and HTML. 
  • Good knowledge of SQL and relational database management systems (any). 
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing. 
  • Ability to collaborate in small or large groups.
  • Problem solving skills.

Selected candidates will be subject to exams to verify their skill level on technologies they declare to be competent in.

Job Location

  • Kessariani (Athens), Attiki, Greece or
  • Sparta, Laconia, Greece

depending on candidate's preference.

Procedure and Terms Regarding Expression of Interest

Applicants should submit their expressions of interest to the email address hr { at } cite.gr having as subject the [Application Code] Name Surname (use of Greek characters is mandatory if applicant's name is in Greek Language). [Application Code]  can be found in the information of this text.

Regarding the procedure and the terms for expressing candidate's interest in a position, please read the related document that you can find here.

NOTICE: Submission of expression of interests assumes acceptance of the terms that accompany this announcement.

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