AEM Senior Developer


Valtech is looking for an AEM Senior Developer (all genders). Are you passionate about Adobe, do you have an eye for cloud environment, and does it excite you to get things done in close collaboration with people around the globe? Are you based in Paris area and have the opportunity to come to the office 2/3 days a week? Then you might be the person we’re looking for! Keep reading to find out.

Valtech is a global platinum Adobe partner. We have two decades of experience working with the full Adobe Experience Cloud. Our team of strategists, developers and designers help to orchestrate the best digital experiences for our clients, leveraging digital content and assets across multiple industries. Utilizing Adobe’s technologies, Valtech’s experts take real time feedback from the end users to personalize the customer journey, to evolve next-gen digital campaigns and to improve performance and ROI.

Valtech is a founding member of MACH Alliance, a group that educates enterprises on best-of-breed Microservices, APIs, Cloud, and Headless (MACH) technology. Among the projects delivered work for Levi’s, BMW Online Store, and Aerolíneas Argentinas.

A day in the life of a AEM Senior Developer (all genders)

As an AEM Senior Developer (all genders), you fulfill an essential role. You will join our dynamic team of passionate and motivated AEM Cloud Practitioners to create and maintain high-performance web applications and/or digital assets management on the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) platform in a cloud environment.

    In addition, you will:

    • Work closely with design and content teams to create attractive and functional user interfaces
    • Develop new features, participate in the configuration of AEM modules
    • Develop integrations with third-party applications using REST APIs and event-driven architectures
    • Maintain the AEM as a Cloud Service platform, fix bugs and ensure the stability of the application
    • Perform unit, integration and UI testing to ensure code quality
    • Write and maintain technical documentation

    You and the role

    You are someone with at least 8 years of experience in the field of development. Taking the lead/making decisions/proactively setting things in motion is something that you feel comfortable doing.

    We would love if you have

    • Good knowledge of Cloud Computing / SaaS solutions principles
    • Understanding of DevOps practices and CI/CD tools (Jenkins, Git, …)
    • Front-end development skills: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, front-end frameworks (React, Angular, Vue.js)
    • Experience with Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) and Java/JEE development is a plus
    • Ability to work in a team and collaborate with diverse stakeholders
    • Analytical mindset and ability to solve technical problems
    • Good written and verbal communication skills in French and in English
    • Ability to travel to visit the client: most of the time in Paris/France and sometimes in Geneva

    What you can expect from us

    Link to regional benefits summary page.

    Apart from the benefits listed above, we have more to offer. Our growth development program, for example, to help you excel in your existing profession, or enable you to explore another. Also, there are plenty of internal initiatives for you to take part in. Whether it's about improving Valtech as a business or contributing to the world around us, we encourage our employees to pursue their professional and personal ambitions.

    Join Valtech

    Not only can you help us lead the experience revolution, but you can lead the change. The journey Valtech is on is ambitious and therefore opens doors. The more we grow – the more opportunities there are to take responsibility, implement your creative ideas, and be the innovator and driver to help move us, and our clients, forward.

    Does it excite you to join Valtech on this journey? And would you like to become our next AEM Senior Developer (all genders)?

    Then apply today. We cannot wait to hear from you!

    As per the AGG (General Equal Treatment Act) in Germany and equivalent in France, jobs must be advertised in a gender-neutral manner. We use the statement (all genders) to make it clear that this position is open to all genders in these countries, even if the job title itself can be translated or interpreted as "masculine" in the French or German language.


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