Senior Developer or Architect to help move Edlund’s enterprise architecture forward
Do you see the benefits of an event-driven architecture and cloud-based SaaS for an enterprise application? And do you have hands-on experience with asynchronous event-driven communication and event sourcing with for example Apache Kafka. Then this might be something for you…
About the job
We are looking for a Senior Developer or Architect to help take the next steps of moving Edlund’s traditional 3-tier monolithic application towards an event-based architecture with smaller SaaS cloud components and a central event broker based on Apache Kafka.
You will join Edlund’s team for technological innovation where our primary focus right now is on taking the first implementation steps on this journey. From time to time we do, however, also get involved in a variety of other tasks and projects. On this account we have recently helped with the introduction of Azure DevOps in our development organization and the development of Edlund’s first cloud-based Kubernetes service.
As part of the team, you will be working with all parts of the development cycle. The initial analysis typically involves designing and prototyping, but also planning and aligning with key stakeholders. During implementation you will do hands-on development, refine the designs as we learn more, collaborate with operations (devops) to ensure a smooth transition to go-live, and communicate and coach other Edlund teams enabling them to reap the full benefits of our efforts.
We are right now a small 4-person team. We believe in working closely together, but at the same time giving each team member a high degree of freedom. In return we expect you to show a high degree of accountability. This also means that you must be able to openly structure and drive your work and together with the rest of the team, take responsibility for reaching our common goals.
We expect that you:
- Have MSc or PhD within a relevant field and experience with development of software from either industry or university
- Have at least a few years of experience with event-driven development based on for example Apache Kafka
- Are fluent in English (written and spoken)
We also consider it a plus if you have experience with one or more of the following areas:
- Design and implementation of enterprise systems, devops, domain-driven development
- Experience with development of financial software and perhaps even knowledge about or experience with Edlund’s systems
- Open and pragmatic
- Able to drive and structure your own and others’ work
- Proven communication skills that you can use to get your message across and to help others, colleagues and customers alike.
Edlund A/S is an innovative software development house with more than 200 employees. We develop systems targeted at the life and pensions industry. Based on the same technological platform, we implement and maintain our solutions in cooperation with our customers, and we supply consulting services. Technologically Edlund’s solutions are based on the .NET platform with C# as our primary programming language. We use Azure as our cloud platform.
Edlund’s position in the market is unique due to our strong understanding of the industry combined with the high academic skills of our employees within actuarial sciences, financial mathematics, and computer science. Our products and consulting services are business critical for our customers, and Edlund emphasizes and values a very close relationship with our customers. We are known for the high level of quality in our deliveries, as well as the credibility and expertise we have achieved over more than 25 years in the market.
Edlund is a part of KMD which has a yearly revenue of approximately five billion DKK and 3.200 employees across Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Poland. Among KMD’s other subsidiaries are BanqSoft and Charlie Tango.
KMD is Denmark’s largest software company and a leading supplier of mission-critical software, solutions, and IT services primarily to Denmark’s public sector and with a growing footprint in the private sector and in the Nordics. Since 2019, KMD has been owned by the Japanese NEC Corporation.