Internship Software Developtment (J2EE)

Employer: GMV
Domain:
  • IT Software
  • Job type: internship
    Job level: Student/Graduate
    Location:
  • BUCHAREST
  • Updated at: 13.12.2017
    Short company description

    GMV (www.gmv.com)is a privately owned technological enterprise group with an international presence employing more than 1.200 staff. Founded in 1984, GMV mainly operates in eight large sectors for both public and private organizations: Aeronautics, Space, Defense, Health, Security, Transportation, Telecommunications and Information Technologies.

    GMV currently runs 8 work centers in Spain and offices in France, Germany, India, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, USA, Colombia and United Kingdom.

    We recruit and hire excellent engineers, and encourage innovation, technical excellence and continuing education. Our engineers regularly present papers at technical conferences, continue their education (more than 85% have a master’s degree), and we re-invest more than 12% of budget in IR&D projects. This striving for excellence, innovation and flexibility is a major part of our culture. We provide very competitive compensation, attractive benefits, and a great work environment with lots of opportunities for professional growth.


    Requirements

    - Portlets Development (liferay)
    - GIS Applications (OpenLayers, geonetwork)
    - SOA Architecture (SOAP, JAXB, WSDL)
    - MySQL, Postgres, PosGIS
    - J2EE Development (tomcat, jboss)

    Responsibilities

    GMV is looking for a student who is interested in web and J2EE developments, in unit test and testing environments specifically.

    The candidate will integrate within the Remote Sensing Applications and Services division. This division process the images acquired by the satellites and provide the added value results to the customers using state of the art technologies. The candidates will develop their activities in the part of the provision of products to the end users, developing web portals, integrating GIS systems and slowly moving to the integration of the services in the cloud.

    Other info

    C/Isaac Newton,11