you know OOP and feel comfortable with design patterns;
abbreviations like SOLID, TDD, YAGNI, DRY sound familiar and you know what’s behind them;
Java by itself – the newer the better, but 1.9 is already overkill;
you have mastered the technology: Spring, Hibernate (if not, then JDBC), Maven || Gradle;
you have experience working with relational databases (MySQL, PostgeSQL etc.);
you know what the REST API is and successfully used it (of course, here comes JSON and XML);
you understand the HTTP protocol guts;
you wrote tests using JUnit, Spock, TestNG, EasyMock, Mockito (but not PowerMock!);
Intermediate English, both speaking and written.
if you know other JVM languages, you are familiar with any non-relational databases, AWS || GCE, *nix, docker (+ Vagrant), Frontend stack, click Spring Puzzlers like nuts – that's great, it's a huge plus and it all comes in handy.
competitive salary, tied to dollar exchange rate;
possibility of visiting profile conferences, courses, trainings, seminars at the company expenses;
our own library, updated regularly;
work in distributed international teams, possibility of abroad business trips;
work schedule without adjustment for the customer's time zone (other options are possible by agreement);
100 % English courses reimbursement;
50 % sports subscriptions reimbursement;
100 % reimbursement for sick leave;
material assistance to significant events (wedding, birth of children, etc.);
location in 8 minutes by foot from the subway station, comfortable conditions (separate rooms for teams, not open space/several recreation areas with darts, air hockey, ellipsoid/full kitchen with stove, coffee machine, toaster, microwave/shower);
adequate management, lack of bureaucracy, friendly staff;
cheerful corporate events (usually two days) within and outside of the Republic of Belarus, Pizza Days and pleasant gifts;
small pleasures in the form of tea-coffee-baking-fruit-vegetable-milk;
other benefits that the Labor Code of the Republic of Belarus promises.