N-iX started in 2002 from an idea shared by three enthusiasts. Since then, it has grown into a successful, fast-growing software development business with the same overwhelming passion for technology and the pursuit of growth and success.
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N-iX is looking for an ambitious Java Web Developer to join our talented team in Lviv office.
About the client
Our client is a technical agency that creates highly personalized interactions between large organisations and individuals. We work with some of the biggest names in retail and entertainment including Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Bacardi Group and Channel 5. We are also proud to work with world leaders in medical excellence such as Kings College London.
Our client provides richer and more relevant user experiences that give retail brands stronger, longer and more profitable relationships with their customers. We do this by first listening to and scoping the client’s requirements, and then building technical solutions that put the user at the center, personalising content, functionality and experience based upon a detailed understanding of preferences and behaviors.
We apply our knowledge and technology in other sectors too, creating medical and educational training programs that factor thousands of variables across volumes of users, saving lives and informing essential research.
About the Position
We will encourage you to progress your career and build an integral role in our successful and supportive company. You will participate at every stage of the process and have the autonomy to contribute to industry-leading products.
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Our mission is to create an environment where people can fully develop their potential, become successful and empowered to make more impact. Therefore, we focus on creating a friendly, challenging and well-balanced environment where you can grow and develop.
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