AEM Developer

Location: Cheshire, England Salary: £400 - £450 per day +
Sector: IT Type: contract

AEM Developer required on an initial 6 month contract with a large Cheshire based organisation specialising in financial services.

Objectives of role:

  • Develop new capabilities on the platform as per platform road map.
  • Enhance existing capabilities on the platform as per platform road map.
  • Support and mentor the junior developers in the team.
  • Work with the PM/Scrum Master to ensure successful project delivery, by helping address issues, prioritisation, resource assignments, and plan resource needs based on changing customer demands.
  • Be able to deputise for the PM/Scrum Master on occasion.


  • Develop, unit test and support system test Components/Work Packages in accordance with the design.
  • Develop, unit test and support system test new interfaces in accordance with the design.
  • Make changes to existing Components and Interfaces (enhancements).
  • Perform all development activities in accordance with the system coding standards and guidelines.
  • Mentor junior developers to assist in their development and role performance.

Highly Desirable:

  • Experience of working in an agile development environment.


  • Experience as a developer in Adobe AEM.
  • Understanding of Adobe AEM Components (CRX Package Manager, etc.)
  • Good programming skills in Java and J2EE.Knowledge of and experience with JSP's, XML/XSL stylesheets, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and AJAX.
  • Knowledge of Responsive Design principles and practices (Bootstrap).
  • Experience with RESTful and SOAP-based web services.
  • Understanding of SEO principles and accessibility practices.
  • Knowledge of Web Analytics and Tag Management (preferably Adobe Analytics and Tealium).
  • Excellent written communication and documentation skills (English). Great communication skills using remote communication, working as part of an global team.
  • Team-lead experience within a software development background.
  • Understanding of build and deployment concepts.
  • Understanding of GIT and version control concepts.
  • Understanding of Maven and build concepts.
  • Understanding of Jenkins and continuous integration concepts.
  • Understanding of MySQL and database concepts.

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