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Mintra has an exciting opportunity for a talented and dynamic Senior Software Developer to join our Java Development team, responsible for developing and maintaining our market leading Learning Management System - Trainingportal.
About the job:
The Java Development Team forms part of a global network of Software Development Teams responsible for developing and supporting Mintra’s software solutions. Working closely with product managers, technical and consultancy teams you will be responsible for the successful development and support of our systems and software.
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We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.
We are a leading provider of on-demand digital learning and enterprise HCM software solutions for safety-critical industries worldwide. We develop and deploy solutions that enable our customers to develop and deploy their people, readily demonstrate compliance and maximise operational efficiency.
Mintra was formed in Oslo Norway in 1997 to provide “Multimedia INteractive TRAining” to the Oil and Gas industry. We have over 145 staff across our offices in Bergen, Oslo and Stavanger in Norway, Dubai, Singapore, Cyprus and Aberdeen in the UK.
OCS HR is Mintra’s Crew Management software, which supports the operation of more than 170,000 maritime workers and 1,800 vessels worldwide, ranging from oil and gas tankers to passenger ferries and drilling rigs.
Trainingportal, our online/offline learning and competency management system, hosts our eLearning portfolio of 1,400 courses and services the needs of over 1.4million users and 3,600 companies worldwide. Every 60 seconds a course in accessed on Trainingportal.
If you are interested in joining the Mintra team, please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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